This seems to be happening more often lately for some reason.Once in a while i'll have a false awakening in which I wake up, then realise with some pleasant surprise, that I've ended up in my room in an apartment I lived in about 10 years ago.Everything is exactly as it was (except for a few additional objects I never owned, but remember somehow in the lucid state,and some stuff I didn't have 'till a few years later).Everything was incredibly real and solid, and mostly true to how it was.I even rediscoved some stuff in there that I had completely forgotten!.I looked around at my old room, with a comfortable familiarity.I looked for a certain guitar I used to own,but foolishly sold.I found a sitar! (I've never owned one).I tried to play it, but didn't make any sense to me,but somehow it felt very
familiar.I put it down, and resumed my search.I found a mandolin! (also never owned one of these).again it's very familiar.I finally found the guitar I was looking for.I played it,and it felt and sounded SO solid and real.then I lost lucidity, and the dream faded away. An experience such as this makes me wonder-just how far in the past can we travel during a lucid state-possibly just by stating our intention? How many lost memories can we bring to light? the thing that really struck me about this experience was the solidity and realism of it.[:O][
]If it is true,as I was told by a being who claimed to be socrates (?!)in one "time travel lucidity" experience, that time really is all one-that there is no "past", or "future",it just depends on your point of perception, it bring a world of possibilitys to light.What would you do if you could travel to any point in time during lucidity?