Okita wrote:I had a friend who was able to lucid dream but didn't have it entirely under control.
Basically, when she had nightmares involving monsters and stuff, she would just shoot the crap out of them.
In my case, my gun's bullets never seem to do damage. That and my body (in those kinds of dreams anyway) always feels lethargi and punches do little damage... mostly because I'm a bit aware that I'm sleeping and I'm kinda wrapped up in my blanket.
Damnit, now I want to go take a nap.
So when you can control it you call it "lucid dreaming"? Did not know.
My favorite lucid dream is when I was at my old school and realized I was dreaming, then broke a door with a baseball that I... conjured. Then I ran out the door and saw a teacher. I materialized a machine gun and began shooting, and the teacher fell*.
Finally, I ran across the parking lot and started flying... higher and higher... and woke up.
*Not that I would, um, want to kill teachers or anything.
Has anyone had what I call a "meta-dream", or a dream inside a dream? Basically, you realize the "inner" dream is a dream and think you've woken up, but are really still in the outer dream. I used to have these ALL THE TIME. Like, every night. Sometimes they even combine with a lucid dream. Which is... interesting.