Last spring, artist Al Moniz was inspired to create a comic based one of my lucid dreaming posts. I thanked him, then promptly moved across the country and forgot to publish his post.
Now that the dust has settled, let’s celebrate the misadventures of learning how to lucid dream!
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If you haven’t already, check out Moniz’s growing collection of the Adventures of Kid Lucid.
And here’s the blog post that inspired him: 5 Traits of Successful Lucid Dreamers.
I wanted to ask you to continue writing about dreamers and videogames,in one article you wrote something about that, and ask the readers to tweet you in case we wanted more info about it… Well I think it would be great! And mor articles about dreams would be great cuz even if I can have lucid dreams, I have a lot of questions about “regular” dreaming… Actually I’ve just woke up from another LOOONG story dream (or at least I remember sO many stuff! But it was a nightmare sO realistic, intense and scary! ). By the way, I assume you are a videogamer, because of the comic and cuz you said you can write more about dreams-games so if I am right I recommend you the game for iPhone and iPad SWORD AND SWORCERY… it’s about reality and dreams, it’s a piece of art, you can read the great reviews in Internet for this game!
thanks Burus — yeah, I’ll review the video gaming/lucid dreaming connection soon. thanks for the advice of fun dream games!
I would like to find some to dicuss my dreams with. this is the first time iv used.the internet so please bare with me. I can have a dream on monday nite and contiue my dream from the point i left off for nites on end. I have a day and nite reality. Is this normal?
Ryan Hurd says
that sounds pretty unique. One thing that dream researchers are discovering is that there is a lot of variation in the way people dream. We all have unique dream lives. I have heard of others who have continuous dream drama, or dreams with several sequels, often going back to the same dream locale. but night after night, that’s unique. It could be that you simply are the kind of dreamer who exerts a lot of control over the dream. but if the dreams are scary, and you’re losing sleep over it, you may want to see a professional like a therapist or psychologist who can help you work with these dreams.
I think posting dreamers & videogamers would be great!!! And also about all kind of dreams (out of the regular kind) and not only lucid dreams… I think there are other kind of “special” kind of ways to dream . Greetings!!