Here is a Lucid Dream taken from my Dream Journal, first really awesome one I had.
April 21 2011
I am at a museum for musical instruments with a friend. He is looking for a specific type of electric organ, and is dead sure that he can find one here. We walk through the museum, pass by countless of guitars, violins and assorted bagpipes, and as we turn a corner into a narrow corridor, we see an electric organ just standing there. My friend says it resembles the type he is looking for, but it's not quite right. So then I say to him: "Then why not just make it into the right type?" He holds out his hand towards the organ, and starts altering its shape slightly. I help him out, making sculpting motions in the air, watching the organ's shape shift little by little.
By now, I am aware that I am dreaming, and am enjoying it. My friend asks me what I'm going to do now, to which I reply: "Whatever I want!" and decide to do a Reality Check in order to make doubly sure that it is indeed a dream. I pinch my nose shut and attempt to breathe, and it works.(And let me tell you, it's a weird feeling, breathing with your nose shut.) Confident after my successful confirmation, I go back through the museum, through a door and end up at home. My mother is there, and I tell her I'm going to go flying. I open the window and perch myself on the sill. It's only the second floor, so it doesn't look all that high, but I steel feel a hint of vertigo. I hesitate, and my mother notices this. "It's okay" she says. "You don't have to do it if you're scared."
Slightly annoyed with those words, I decide to do it just to show her I can. I climb up on the sill and fall out the window. I fall and hit the ground feet first. It doesn't hurt at all, and encouraged by this I take a deep breath and leap as high as I can. I shoot off into the sky, above the clouds. I descend a little, balancing my speed and altitude. I hover for a while, looking around. I am above a bay with crystal clear water, and a port in the distance. I descend a bit more and fly fast over the water surface. It is an incredible rush. Suddenly I sink too far and end up in the water. I have a false awakening, I sit up in my bed and start writing about the dream, and then I wake up for real, feeling like I can take on the world.
This was the most vivid LD I have had this far, and it really left me with a good feeling. I'm hoping for lots more!