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Spanking Your Dreams

(Warning! Time wasting alert! This post is about Lucid dreaming. If you’re not interested just skip it)

A few days ago I wrote about how cool it would be if someone were to build a virtual spanking device that would allow you to put any of your favorite spanking stars over your virtual knee. That reminded me of a something I’ve been practicing on and off for the last six months:

Lucid Dreaming.

I’m sure many of you have heard the term before, and probably even experienced it yourself at some point of your life. Lucid dreaming is being aware you are dreaming and thus being able to control your dreams to some degree. When you are aware you are dreaming you can basically do anything you want: Throw coffee in your boss’s face, fly in the air, shoot lightning from your fingertips, and of course grab the nearest girl and spank her without having to worry about any repercussions or legal troubles.

Sounds great, but unfortunately many rarely experience lucid dreams on a regular basis, and when they do the dreams usually end very quickly. That was where I was until I started doing some reading on the subject, and now I have them much more frequently, sometimes a couple times a week.

One of the most important things to lucid dreaming is having good dream recall.. or simply put, being able to remember your dreams. If you can’t remember your dreams, that is something you will need to work on because the better you remember your dreams the easier it will be for you to lucid dream. And lets face it, even if you have a wicked lucid dream, what good is it if you have no memory of it?

But don’t give up hope if you have bad dream recall. I used to as well but there are ways to improve it. The best way is to keep a dream journal and write down or voice record even the smallest details that you remember. I use a voice recorder app on my phone, but if you don’t have one just use a pen and paper. Another trick is to train yourself to wake up right after you’ve had a dream. That way everything will be fresh and you will be able to remember a lot more, compared to falling back to sleep and trying to write down all the details in the morning.

Another major problem people have is knowing when they are actually dreaming. This should be such a simple thing. I mean, say you are in a shopping mall buying a new pair of jeans when a purple elephant suddenly walks by, and then when you go to leave you are walking on the ceiling. Should be a dead ringer that it’s a dream right? But most of us will just carry on like it’s completely normal. Don’t worry, you’re not stupid. Your brain is simply tricking you into thinking everything is real when it’s actually a dream.

A common way to get around this is by doing reality checks during the day. What are reality checks?  A reality check is something that you do on a regular basis during the day when you are not dreaming. If this becomes a habit for you while you are awake, it will also become a habit when you are dreaming, and in turn you will realize you are in a dream.

A common reality check is to look at your watch, clock or mobile phone. In a dream these devices will never work properly. For example a clock will show a certain time when you look at it the first time,  but it will show a completely different time when you look at it again. The same applies with the clock on your phone, and you will also notice your phone will not work properly in a dream.

Another reality check is to simply ask yourself if this is a dream or real. Many times this will actually cause you to question everything around you and quickly realize you are in a dream.  You get the idea? Once you discover you are dreaming,  you are free to explore your amazing dream world and do anything you want. Try flying like Superman, climb buildings like Spider-man, or put that cute McDonald’s cashier over your knee for screwing up your order. The possibilities are only limited by your own imagination.

This is far too big a subject to cover properly in a single post, but I just wanted to put the idea out there for anyone who might be interested. The best piece of advice I can offer is to be patient, and for some reason having a nap during the day almost guarantees I will have a lucid dream that night. For further reading, a good place to check out is  and there is also a company that has come out with a lucid dreaming sleep mask. I haven’t tried it, but supposedly it will flash lights while you are dreaming without waking you up so you know you are dreaming. Some people have had good results with this device, but like I said I haven’t tried it so I can’t really give an endorsement.

Anyways, I gotta go. I have a date to spank Jessica Alba tonight.. in my dreams!


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