That is very interesting to me because on this very thread about 3 years ago I logged my first lucid dream. In this dream Ted appeared to me and my intent in this dream was to give Ted information I thought he needed at the time about specific healing herbs. And, in fact, he did indeed try those very herbs and he had, as he described, remarkable success.
A year later, I revisited that post and was amazed how much of the dream seemed to be precognitive as well as being my very first lucid dream.
I copied the post that described the lucid dream and sent it in a pm to Ted. In my pm I marveled at how much was important that I had no way of comprehending at the time and yet a year later it seemed so obvious.
Ted, in his reply to me told me, though he had no way of knowing at the time, said I was remote viewing his home.
I haven't had anymore lucid dreams that I can remember and I have never remote viewed anything that I'm aware of, before, or since...except this, on my very first lucid dream.
This is Ted's pm to me including a quote of the post that is on this thread. The parts of his pm that were about specific people or Ted's personal life are redacted.
And, for those that might wonder, I have Ted's permission in writing to quote him.
It would not have been apparent to me at the time that you had this dream, but you were probably viewing the house where I am living with two friends, %$#&** and %$#&**, ***redacted***
So you actually had a pretty accurate dream. There were monsters here. I fortunately, was not in danger as I was not the target.
Subject: Aspergers, Dream reality as a VR,and a parsimonious computer
Last nights dreams: 1st Dream, in this dream I meet up with Ted to tell him about the discoveries I have made using herbal remedies. We meet at a very strange kind of hotel with a very small lobby. The dream characters are strange and somewhat menacing somehow, though, it isn't clear how. What does seem clear is that it seems I have to help Ted get out of there as if these dream characters are somehow a threat to his safety. He doesn't want to leave so we find a place there where he can stay out of their sight.
After this is done I return to this strange and small lobby to talk to these dream characters that barely resemble humans. Strange occurrences keep happening that I am unable to describe. Also, as I talk to the dream characters they seem to change, faces melting and generally morphing into even more threatening appearances.
I'm thinking this should be scary but instead I find it funny. The more I laugh the madder they get and the more they want to pull me close to them as if to talk to me in an intimidating manner. I don't resist, I let them pull me in close and I'm neither intimidated nor scared. This seems to really bother them so they try harder morphing and melting but it has the effect of entertaining me rather than scaring me. I have zero self defense inclinations.
After I get bored with this I find Ted again, we are by ourselves walking down some kind of hallway when it dawns on me, I must be dreaming. At this point I say to Ted, "I know that I am in a lucid dream." This is the last time I see Ted in the dream.
I don't remember if he was ready to leave or if he just wanted to sleep. Regardless, I head back to the lobby to have some fun experimenting with this dream state and my dream characters. They are still attempting to frighten me but instead of changing them by talking to them, I change them with my mind. But, I can only change them a little bit at a time. And it seems as if with each try, I don't really have much control of how they do change or what they change into. Faces melting is the best way I can describe their changes.
Throughout the dream, it seemed as if I was supposed to protect Ted somehow and yet he always seemed to be somewhere else and in the end, not really need any protection. The strangeness that should have been scary was never scary but rather funny.
This is the first time ever for this kind of dream in two ways. One, I realized I was dreaming without waking up and was able to experiment with it though I couldn't seem to do much but what I did do, I mostly did with my thoughts rather than talking. Two, it was clearly supposed to frighten me based on the apparent attitudes of the dream characters.
In the past, I might have reacted in self defense. But instead, I reacted with laughter and fearlessness even letting them pull me in close to them and putting my arm around them like we were old friends.
It seemed like this went on all night. But, when I awoke, it was only a little after one in the morning.
Dream 2: This one was short and sweet involving something that has always been one of my favorite things, flying. Helicopter flying to be exact but I had no controls for my hands.
I had to control the helicopter with my mind. It was very difficult at first with very limited success. After a while it seemed I became better at it and felt like I had more success than in my first dream.
I knew about my first dream too in this second dream. I was just thinking this is working out better than the last dream when my alarm woke me up.
Too cool!!! I can hardly wait till bedtime again, lol.
Interestingly, I would never have known I had a precognitive, remote viewing dream that just also happened to be lucid with fear tests had I not been logging them into this forum.