Loki, Jedi code? NICE. Anyway, yeah I lucid dream every now and then. I have them more regularly when I write dreams down when I wake up. They're %$#@ unbelievable. BUT, the mind is tricky as hell. I've been lucid and tricked myself out of it. I've also tricked myself into thinking that there are rules when your lucid. Ridiculous. The first 3 or 4 times I went lucid, I immediately tried to fly. For me, it was so intense and out of the ordinary that I woke up immediately after. This is my biggest problem with lucid dreams. Here are some tips: the first few times you go lucid, don't try to do something as crazy as flying. Try to change the color of something, or manifest something small in your hand like a coin or a soda maybe. I think it's easier to see other things change than to fly or personally feel strange sensations. Also, my buddy told me that if you're about to wake up in a lucid dream, spinning around will help to keep you in the dream. I always look for a blue apple, or I look at my hands for the trigger. My hands are always really strange in dreams (out of focus and too many fingers and wriggling). Alright, good luck people.
what if we dont have dreams. I mean I haven't had a dream for a very long time maybe even about 6 months. and I know because if you can't remember a dream, you remember that you at least had one. is there to induce dreaming?
You always dream, but if you don't wake up in a REM cycle it's a lot harder to remember them. Check online because I might be wrong, but I think if you sleep 6 hours then wake up then go back to sleep again for a couple more you remember a shitload of dreams. Peace.