Have you ever had a lucid dream that was not so vivid and where you had no trouble doing incredible stuff ? 🤔
Please Daniel correct me if I'm wrong because I only have little experience but I have the following feeling :
The more vivid and realistic a dream is, the likelier you are to get lucid. But once lucid (except for the experienced ones), it's quite hard to do incredible stuff like making a giant banana spawn in the sky (consciously chose a weird example).
The other kind of dreams would be less vivid and less realistic dreams, more often conceptual dreams where your brain seems to mix random ideas together. In those dreams, it is as if it was way easier to fly for example but the sensations aren't extraordinary because of the lack of vividness/stability and getting lucid in those seems to be harder.
Obviously, the reality is certainly less dichotomous than this but the idea remains the same.
I once had a lucid dream that started realistic where I couldn't do much which changed to a less stable/vivid dream where I remember flying with a sword to try to defeat a monster and back to a stable realistic dream again where I was stuck on the ground. I have seen in the telegram chat that other people seem to have experienced similar dreams.
Daniel, do you think (supposing I'm right in my theory) that we could use these less stable dreams where we tend to have more control to overcome mental barriers ? -> for a faster dream control progression (because it's easier to fly say, but in your mind you somehow know that now, you are able to fly in your dreams).
If yes, would it be possible to induce these less stable dreams from regular LDs ?
I hope it is understandable, feel free to give your opinion on this (not only Daniel).