I've always been fascinated by lucid dreamers. I feel like if you could do it and find a way to control the narrative, it could be a really powerful experience. I knew I couldn't be the only one who wanted to take advantage of this psychological power, so I looked to the magical internetz for answers.
After a little research, I found an Omni article with a few exercises you can do to create lucid dreaming. Stephen LaBerge of Stanford University, author of LUCID DREAMING (Ballentine), and Jayne Gackenbach of the University of Northern Iowa have been working on these techniques for awhile now. I'd like to share with you these exercises so you can attempt them in your own life. (Disclaimer at the bottom of the article.)
Disclaimer: I haven't tried this for myself and am actually somewhat scared to. Having said that, I may write another article after I have tried it and let you all know what transpired. If you take it upon yourself to try these exercises, please let me know. Maybe the article will be about you instead. ;)