Mitchell Tutins – Only The Now Exists in Lucid Dreaming


Upon falling asleep, I visualize a river. At this point I am lucid. I float on a raft going down the river. Green forestry surrounds me. I ask out loud, “Where does this river lead to?” A great booming voice that I know is a reflection of myself answers: “This river doesn‘t lead to anywhere.


Anywhere doesn‘t exist. Only the now exists.” With this reply giving me peace of mind, I continue to float down the river until I gradually lose lucidity and wake up.