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Sweet Dreams are made of this
  • The_BishopThe_Bishop
    Posts: 810
    Last night is the second night in a row that I have had a pretty intense erotic dream. Last night I dreamt that me and another guy were taking turn having sex with a woman. The difference about the dreams I have had lately is that they had an intense aneros feel to them, they were way more intense than sexual dreams I have had in the past.

    Anyway, when it was my turn with the woman in the dream I was sitting up above her, my legs spread thrusting. As I was thrusting the other guy in my dream moves underneath me and starts licking my balls at the same time. When this happens the pleasure become really intense and I wake up to discover that my legs and hips are thrusting involuntarily like when I am having an aneros session. Seeing this I get even more excited and contract to increase the pleasure. This has the opposite effect and the involuntary thrusting stops. Regardless, it was amazing to wake up in the midst of a aneroless response to a dream!!
  • Billy11
    Posts: 280
    That's an awesome dream Bishop! I've been a little naughty lately because lately I've been basically directing porn in my lucid dreams. Creating huge orgies with my dream characters and then participating and will wake up having a dry O. Good fun!
  • The_BishopThe_Bishop
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    Wow! That sounds even better than what I experienced Billy11!!
    Is there any good books on how to lucid dream?
  • Billy11
    Posts: 280
    Well I've read quite a few and could recommend several but there's so much info online that really buying a book isn't required. But the good thing about buying books is that the more you read about lucid dreaming the more it's ingrained into your brain and the better/faster results you'll experience. What happens is that you'll often read much of the same info book after book but presented in different flavors. This can go the same for different lucid dreaming websites as well.

    I've personally been working with lucid dreaming/astral projection pretty extensively since about 1998 and it's not exactly something that you can master overnight though there's some great techniques/methods that can really speed up the learning rate. I've been an online (and live) lucid dream instructor through out the years so if you would like any extra help beyond reading books or websites just shoot me a PM(free of charge). I haven't really done as much personal instructing in the recent past mainly because there's just so much info now online.

    For me my dreaming life is just as important to me as my waking life. The experiences in dreams especially once you become more conscious during them and learn to recall your dreams well can often be even more rich than waking life experiences just because there you have less limitations of what you can do. I always highly encourage people to really delve into the field of dreams. As you become more and more proficient in dream recall and becoming and sustaining lucid dreams you won't regret the time invested.

    I was going to put a link to a good site on lucid dreaming but there's just too damn many of them lol. Search lucid dreaming and click on pretty much any of them and you should be able to get started pretty quickly.

    A great book worth buying for sure is called "Exploring The World Of Lucid Dreaming" by Stephen LaBerge and Howard Rheingold. It's an older book but covers things very extensively and it's cheap. Goes for under $2 used at Amazon.
  • The_BishopThe_Bishop
    Posts: 810
    Great! Thank you for the information Billy11! I found a PDF of the book online.
  • priapusonepriapusone
    Posts: 257
    Dreams are so cool!
  • Billy11
    Posts: 280
    That's sweet you could find that book for free! Though it is nice to be able to get outside somewhere peaceful with an ole' fashion book ;-)
  • Billy11
    Posts: 280
    Hey I took a look at that PDF file and it's missing a lot of pages. When I try to scroll down it pops up an error message. At least for me it does. Let me know if it works for you.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    [QUOTE=Billy11;98168]Hey I took a look at that PDF file and it's missing a lot of pages. When I try to scroll down it pops up an error message. At least for me it does. Let me know if it works for you.

    Tks for the link Bish. Looks like grand, "bedtime reading." :)

    Perhaps the file has been repaired. Got a clean, first-time download using Ubuntu 10.4. Dragged it into my Kindle and it opens there flawlessly--all 200 pages. Also opens OK with either OpenOffice 3.2 or the native Postscript reader for Gnome on Debian or Ubuntu.

    Properties: Date: Aug. 6, 2007, Format: PDF-1.4, Produced with Acrobat Distiller ver. 8, Postscipt 5 ver 5.2

    @Billy11 If it fails again, on Windoze I'd suspect a broken copy of Acrobat reader ver. 10. You might download reader 11.0 from Adobe. Or, perhaps better, if you've got something with an old copy of Reader version 5 or 6, give that a try. This file is backward compatible with software from the 'dark ages.' If problems continue, suggest download the file directly and don't let the browser try to open it.