Can I have a Lucid Dream Tonight?

Here are two short lucid dreaming stories submitted by Chris and Jack. Is what I find interesting is there are many similarities in all lucid dreams. You will find in Chris’s dream that he had a false awakening after trying to die. This has happened in my dreams countless times. This is why it is so important to conduct reality checks as soon as you wake up in real life when you are first learning. Especially after you have a lucid dream. After awhile your brain will recognize these patterns and prevent you from having false awakenings, but this is a recurring problem with beginners. Anyways, hope you enjoy the stories:

False awakening:

So first when I went to bed, I sort of just asked myself “Can I have a lucid dream tonight?”, and then I did so I’m not sure if it’s a coincidence or not. So with the actual dream, I did a good reality check and was like “Oh hey, I’m dreaming!” So I tried flying, and it worked much better than last time. I found that this time I actually have a body, and could see my hands. So then I tried falling and dieing to see what happens, and for around 3 seconds I was just on the ground, blind. Then I had a very strange false awakening. I woke up with the room looking all crazy, the light on, and I was standing up. If I was thinking properly, I would easily have realized it was a dream. I was like “Aha! Caught you false awakening”, but then as I lost lucidity I started to wonder if I really was dreaming, and came up with some crazy excuse as to how I woke up in the middle of the room. The scene changed and I became lucid again, but unfortunately I can’t remember any other parts of the dream.

Name: Chris
Where are you from?: Canada
Was this your first lucid Dream?: No
How many lucid dreams have you had?: 6

Shape shifting:

I was on my street but it all looked strange. I started to walk down it and random people began to follow me, I began to start running because the people following started to look more menacing but as I started my bones started to shift and I had the ability to run on all fours very fast. After a while of running I managed to get to a house that looked normal, I walked inside and the walls started to open around me. The walls opened on to a very nice view from a mountain and then I woke up

Name: jack
Where are you from?: London
Was this your first lucid Dream?: no
How many lucid dreams have you had?: 5 to 10

Drew Manley

Hello, my name is Drew and I am the founder of Lucid Dreaming Stories. I have been practicing lucid dreaming for over 10 years now. I can still remember my first experience awakening in my dream like it was yesterday. The excitement, thrill, and realism of dreams after this experience is unlike any other. My goal with this site is to share other's stories from around the world as well as my own. I also want to teach you how to become a lucid dreaming master. Download my free course Lucid Dreaming Self-Master to learn how you can master lucid dream within the next 7 days.

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Joe - December 19, 2013

This Is Cool

Christy - June 18, 2014

I hate when I forget other parts of my lucid dream >.<

Monica - July 10, 2014

The same thing happened to me to about funning away from people! Except all of a sudden my legs couldnt move as fast!

Anonymous - January 21, 2015

How can I have a lucid dream??

Ted Wilson - January 25, 2015

A Lucid Dream is having a dream where you control your actions and knowing your in a dream

thomas k - February 12, 2016

I was wondering if anyone has had similar experiences to me. I’ve been dreaming lucid for about 8 years now ever since I was 16. I have had this same weird like zombie game dream a million times. But some commonalities is probably 90% of the time I am running from someone or something. As I speed up I can run way faster on my hands not like a dog but just my hands and I kinda push off of obstacles which turns into huge bound which then turn to kinda sketchy flying like the san andeas flying car cheat. Kissing is always very awkward and strange. Also I was wondering if anyone else has become lucid in a nightmare then get trapped in the dream dimension with no real perspective of time and be stuck in sleep paralysis everytime you escae the dream it is pretty tripped out and fu ked up but its happened to me multiple times


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