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Lucid dreaming of parallel universes?

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- Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:36:30 EST kTvS6tW2 No.46217
File: 1555842990737.jpg -(12299B / 12.01KB, 290x174) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Lucid dreaming of parallel universes?
So recently, I've been having lucid dreams more often. They're amazing. But some of my recent dreams it feels as though I'm actually in an alternate reality. I've started to worry I'll get trapped there in the dream. Anyway, it's really fun exploring these other realities (which are similar to my own but have vast differences). I even talk to citizens and got in an argument with someone in a game shop about how dreaming could be a window to parallel universes. It was cool exploring an alternate reality of my town, but I realised my time was ending there and I woke up. Just thought I'd share, don't know if I possessed an alternate version of me or saw their universe through their eyes. I hope it keeps happening because it's awesome and I love knowing I'm in a dream.
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Frederick Sittingnen - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 11:18:29 EST ekPTkSh7 No.46226 Reply
>>46217
It happened again, only this time I was in an airport. There was this tower that nearly reached into space. Me and this guy went towards the tower. I could actually smell the wet grass. I'm getting increasingly worried that when I go lucid I'll be trapped in a parallel universe.
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Emma Ceffingcocke - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 01:42:06 EST L3Y2v5dA No.46252 Reply
>>46226
yup, that's how it happens.

had a friend get sucked into a parallel universe this way. I watched it happen. he just sank into his bed, and no one ever saw him again.
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Edward Pockledure - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 02:08:30 EST cPDSzs2K No.46260 Reply
>>46259
Man rolfs been gone since we lost him lucid dreaming in normandy '45.
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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 27 Jun 2019 17:10:40 EST fZYOR9AB No.46261 Reply
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>>46260
I check three boards - /qq/ /psy/ and /dr/ and I swear to God every time I check this board it is the same.
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Ebenezer Duckridge - Wed, 03 Jul 2019 02:46:18 EST L3Y2v5dA No.46263 Reply
>>46261
You know how when you're dreaming, all this crazy shit happens and then you wake up and one of the first things you recognize when you realize you're not dreaming anymore is the much more slowly changing, static and stagnant reality. You're like,
>Oh, I'm awake. I know that now, because everything's exactly the same as it was yesterday. Same bed, same house, same floor. Yep. I'm awake. Same shit. Goddamnit. This is fucking boring, that dream was way more exciting.

That's what coming here feels like.
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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Wed, 03 Jul 2019 15:43:35 EST oP8BtfxG No.46264 Reply
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>>46263
Think of the alternative, at least now you won't take your dreams for granted.
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Dregs - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 18:18:48 EST x0B3I/yk No.46278 Reply
>>46226
You won't get trapped there, or at least if you do, you won't notice. The worst thing that can happen lucid dreaming is the astral denizens get mad at you and take away your lucid dreaming.
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Edwin Duffingchitch - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 14:05:15 EST TYAHT9Ur No.46341 Reply
>>46217
I have these kinds of dreams literally multiple times a week. I honestly sometimes believe I am going to a parallel universe at times I even have all of my senses including pain.

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