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Old 05-09-2019, 01:57 PM
Chak117 Chak117 is offline
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Lucid of astral...? (and more)

The other night I had the most vivid dream Ive had in a long time. It came after I decided to clear some issues I had on my mind with someone else.

During the dream, I dont know how I arrived there but it was a grassland area with (for some reason) a "Lowes" or something behind me.

I Realized I was in a dream; I could feel wind, I could hear sounds as well, and my vision was crystal clear, compared to regular dreams. My first action was to spread my arms and try to fly; i figured, this is a dream, I should be able to right?

The only result I got was heightened jumping abilities, like lower gravity or something.

QUESTION: why couldn't I just...take off and fly? (i have had the same problem in dreams similar to this but i wasnt aware i was dreaming, i just gained levitation for a moment and then fell to the ground, softly.)

is it symbolism, or a sign of something because I could not fly?
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Old 07-09-2019, 02:54 PM
Rawnrr Rawnrr is offline
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I have had lucid dreams where I can fly easily and others where I have to flap my arms or even swim to keep aloft.
My personal take on it is that it has to do with energy/vibration rates. Some as you go deeper inside your consciousness into these planes, the "density" of the planes gets less and less. So things like flying may get harder to do till you balance out into that plane.
but thats only my pet theory on it
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:27 PM
inavalan inavalan is offline
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It might have been a matter of belief. You weren't sure and you tried. The doubt was stronger than the will.

The verb "try" includes the presupposition of possible failure.

When in a lucid dream you try to go through solid objects, like walls, sometimes you can't for the same reason.
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Old 08-09-2019, 07:39 PM
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It's been a while since I've had a dream that I remember that detailed. I could see colors, there was grass, wind, the sound of leaves blowing in the wind, I could turn around and see a building behind me.

after thinking about it for a while, I've come up with what I think it might have meant: just my opinion.

I personally enjoy scenery like that: wind and the sound, but as I looked back at the building I paid no mind to why it was there. I was just trying to find out what I could do in this state of awakened dreaming.

I should have used that time to figure out how on earth I ended up in such a real state while asleep (even to this day reality feels like the dream and the dream feels like reality; its like after that night both of them mixed together sort of, in terms of perception)

Maybe I couldn't fly [as you put it] because I was not used to being that aware in my sleep, and because it appeared so real, and the awake reality is what I [can remember] experiencing the most, I weighed myself down by rules that didnt apply to the place I was in.

in other words, I treated a lucid dream like reality, and got a weird mix of lowered gravity instead of flight when I tried to fly.

It's like that scene from the matrix when neo tried to jump buildings: He wasn't used to the rule changes.

Hopefully I'll have more dreams like this, more often, and hopefully astral projection too.
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Old 11-11-2019, 01:13 AM
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that's so awesome, but if you want to fly. Simply, don't try to fly, but commend it. In a nice way. I fly all the time, and it's just amazing.
My Spiritual Guides get to take control of my Astral Body.

Best Wishes! And many blessings...

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