Hoverboard ‘Back to the Future’ Style In Your Lucid Dreams

Remember the amazing scene from Back to the Future?

The one when Marty’s flying around on a hoverboard getting chased by those crazy guys?

Of course you do. It’s one of the most popular movies of all time and we all wanted a hoverboard. Admit it. You couldn’t wait until they were invented.

Well ladies and gents… the wait is over. You can now take to the skies on your very own hoverboard in a lucid dream.

Hoverboard in your lucid dreams

This has to be one of the most exciting things I’ve ever experienced. I used to think about having my own hoverboard my whole childhood. I thought it would never be possible, unless maybe I was cryogenically frozen for a hundred years.

But now we can all have one. And we can all experience the future a hundred years early. It gets much better. Your dreamboard is 1,000,000x better than Marty’s. You can do much more things than float around a few inches above the ground. You could:

  • Fly high into the sky, doing loop the loops and weaving around skyscrapers
  • Surf tsunamis traveling at 500 miles per hour
  • Slide down the biggest snow-capped mountains in the world at lightning speed
  • Travel to the far reaches of outer space and encounter aliens
  • Use it to travel to exotic locations around the world

The possibilities are endless and you can explore them every night. You can live the future right now, in your lucid dreams.

How high is too high?

You think 5 inches is too low? Don’t worry. Dreamboards don’t have height limits. You can fly to whatever height you want. Whether you want to zip around the New York skyline or take a trip around the Milky Way, it makes no difference.

Escape enemy pursuers or just see how fast you can maneuver the buildings without getting squashed or tasting concrete. As soon as you begin to fly you can do anything you want. You can even ask your subconscious to let you fly through the most amazingly breathtaking lands only it could imagine.

Yes, it works on water

It’s too bad Marty couldn’t reach the other side of the pond. If he didn’t steal the board I’d tell him to ask for a refund. Your board is made for the water. You’re probably wondering how your hoverboard can hover on water.

Sure, you can get caught up in the details, but let’s just say it can do anything because it’s a dream. If you still can’t accept that you’ll just have to sink or stay out the water.

Although I’m saying you can surf a tsunami it’s maybe better if you start on smaller waves. Start at California and work your way up to Hawaii. You can be traditional and surf like a normal person, or you can speed directly into the waves and catch massive air while seeing how many backflips you can do.

Are you ready to tackle Everest?

The great thing about having a flying board is you don’t need to climb Everest before you can snowboard down it. By the way, I’ve not actually climbed Everest in real life. In fact, I have no idea what it looks like.

Maybe it would be better to call it an enormous dream mountain covered in snow. This mountain of yours needs to have massive drops and crazy take-off ramps. Don’t just go along for the ride. The more crazy, the more exciting.

How do you make the board?

You don’t need to have a tiny little board like Marty. It can be any size/shape you want. My board looks like a small snowboard. Here’s another one of my high quality drawings to give you an idea.

First you need to have a picture in your mind what you want. Then if you’ve not read my article how to make any object magically appear behind you, check it out after you finish up here and find out how to bring it to life.

Remember, it might not be exactly as you envisioned it the first time of asking. You need to keep repeating the commands until it fits your exact specifications. It’ll be trial and error until you get going.

How to control it

You’re probably thinking, “How the f**k do I control a dreamboard?” You can control it however you like. Whatever makes you feel comfortable and fits in with your idea of how it should work.

The easiest way to control it is having full belief it can do the things you want it to. After all, your mind is the engine that’s going to make it work. By choosing the rules, you know it’ll work.

This is how I control mine

In case you’re unsure of exactly what I mean by control, or maybe you just want a bit of inspiration, I’ll tell you how I control my board.

As I said before, mine looks like a small snowboard except it doesn’t have any bindings and I don’t have to wear heavy boots. No way! This is my dream and I don’t have to physically attach myself to it.

I can just step on and I’m not going to fall off. The only way I can step off the board is by knowing I want to become detached from it. This is so I don’t lose it in the middle of a backflip or something.

How does it actually move?

If you’re on a wave or sliding down a mountain it’s pretty self-explanatory. Building momentum when you’re on flat ground or flying is another matter.

Remember it’s all in the mind. If you can do that, you can do practically anything. Think back to a time when you felt momentum. It could be when you’re accelerating in your car, or when you’ve rolled down a hill on your bike.

Just imagine this momentum, the feeling you felt inside your body as you moved forward and your board will accelerate. You can do the same when you want to slow down. Use the feeling of deceleration and your board will slow down.

Flying is trickier

How can you tell someone how to fly, let alone on a hoverboard? I think it’s one of those things you just have to try for yourself. If you’ve flew before you’ll know how it works. You just have to use your mind. Accelerate and make sure you’re pointing in the right direction.

It’s going to be easy for people who have tried board sports before. You’ve got the feeling built into your brain. If you haven’t then you’re probably not going to read this article anyway. Go off now and try it for yourself, and come back and let me know what adventures you had.

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  1. says

    It is cool to have one of those hoverboards! This is certainly advanced psychokinesis and I don’t think I have reached that level yet. I would certainly give it a try when I have the time, and especially when nobody is looking. I would look pretty stupid to be standing on a skateboard with no wheels and trying to look like I’m flying.

  2. says

    I’m going to assume this is some pretty advanced stuff. It is quite fascinating though. So, here is my question. When you do this, do you decide the night before and do visualization to help you prepare to get a hoverboard or is this something you prepare completely on the fly in your dream?

    I finished your ebook this last weekend. It was really helpful, and to the point. Also, I noticed that you shared my site on the warriors forum. Thanks for that man. I really appreciate it.

    • Jamie Alexander says

      Hey Izzy,

      This was always something I wanted to try. I was actually having a regular dream a while ago and I was playing some sort of hoverboard hockey in the sky. I realized I was dreaming and went flying around on it. Now I’m trying to explore it more inbetween all the other stuff.

      Yeah, it’s a little bit more advanced. Not much. You just need to be able to stay in the dream. It’s pretty easy to conjure up an object like a hoverboard, and there is lots of ways to change the dream scene. I was doing it after my first few lucid dreams so you should look forward to it quickly after you “wake up.”

      Yeah, I usually plan to do stuff before I go to sleep otherwise I usually forget. I wake up a lot of the time in the morning and go back into the dream, but all that stuff will eventually be covered.

      How is it coming along? Do you think you are close to your first one? I’m glad you find the book useful. I’d definitely try doing all the 4 things at once to speed up results.

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