I have them very often, almost every other night. I'm writing my dissertation about how video game play and attention can contribute to how frequently people experience them. It's much fun :P
In my last lucid dream, I walked into a shop and just ate lots of cakes and cookies because I knew that in the dream I didn't have to pay for anything. Man, they were so tasty
Just to add, I've experienced sleep paralysis three times in my lifetime but I don't think this is related to lucid dreaming. I wasn't lucid prior or after having sleep paralysis, but this is just my experience. EDIT: I'd just like to add that I would not follow the advice in that link. There are plenty of other ways at training yourself to become lucid without playing with hypnagogic states.
I once thought it would be a good idea to walk through a mirror in a lucid dream to experience a mirrored universe. All I can say is that it hurt a lot, despite it merely being a dream. I wouldn't recommend you try this
Also, I've tried exploring space too. Unfortunately, I couldn't reach the moon before I woke up. I need to figure out how to travel faster than the speed of light... harder than it seems, even in a dreamworld.
Last edited by Kurol; 24-03-2012 at 03:17.