River wrote:2 nights ago I entered the phase while dreaming but never really felt completely lucid. Does this happen to other people? I know I was in the phase because the sensations suddenly became distinctly real and I got that floaty surge feeling. One part of my mind understood what was happening, but strangely remained caught up in acting out the regular dream narrative.
River wrote:Woke up at 4:30, stayed up until I felt really and truly awake, then got myself back to sleep doing the visualizations.
River wrote:Then, sudden awareness that I was in the phase, but not sure how I knew it. No vibrations, no floaty surge, just a certainty.
River wrote:(As an aside, I feel as though I've had this experience before in mundane dreams before ever starting to practice the phase: a fork in the road where one can either make something happen through the sheer will power... or watch disappointedly as the object of one's dreaming desire fails to materialize. Not sure I'm explaining this well, but there it is...)
River wrote:I walked a bit up the street, remembering my plan to gaze intently at my hands. There seemed to be faint tiny white lights stippling my skin, almost like flecks of mica but even finer. I did not peer at them for long but continued to move, ever fearful of losing the phase.
After that, I wandered into my daughter's bedroom (I know...no plan of action) and looked at her sleeping for a moment before trying to fly out the window.
River wrote:Another attempt tonightâ€¦.stay tuned.
Yes, it has happened to me several times. This has been touched upon by Michael Raduga and Stephen LaBerge in his "Exploring The World of Lucid Dreaming".
Sometimes there are no vibes or any strange sensation whatsoever. I once had the impression of teleporting out of body and was in the phase straight away. No effort.
Summerlander wrote:I think I know what you mean. At the beginning I was having a lot of dream-induced phase experiences and I used to try to fly into space. But there was always a barrier like a sheet that would not let me go any further. One day, I encountered this barrier and felt stuck. Then I thought to myself "this is my dream damn it, if I can fly then I can go through this sheet like a ghost". I persevered and succeeded. I had time to go to Mars and watch the Earth from its surface as though it was the morning star. Then, I found two armies of giants fighting and I decided to beat them all up. It was great!
Summerlander wrote:I try not to fear fouling now whilst deepening or maintaining. I try. Sometimes it works. Sometimes I last in the phase. Other times I foul but never see fouls as the end. We can reenter the phase. Always try.
Summerlander wrote:I know. I get sidetracked too. Maybe we should also have exploring whatever we find as a step of a plan of action so that we satiate our curiosity.
Summerlander wrote:Yes please!
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