Posts by Justin Phillips:
In this episode, Amy befriends an Atlantean who shares some overwhelming news; Clay’s role as a dream guide is questioned.
Reading this episode could teach you to direct your telepathy to a specific dream character. Perhaps you can try it when you become lucid tonight!
What if I told you, you could close your eyes and see–near instantly–worlds and pictures beyond your currently perceived imagination? Yes it would take much practice, but you can learn this amazing skill by building these visual feedback loops like superhighways to your non-physical and non-linear self.
In this episode, Amy and Clay explore Atlantis and learn a terrible secret that cannot be ignored.
Reading this episode may show you how to peer into another dream, whether it be a past, present, or simultaneous one. Perhaps you can try it out when you become lucid tonight!
In this episode, Amy becomes lucid and explores a mysterious castle, if only she could remember who’s it is; Clay’s time at Star City is cut short.
Reading this episode could provide you with a new grounding/stabilization method, perhaps you can try it out when you become lucid tonight!
In Stars of Clay: Episode Two, Amy becomes lucid and runs away with a mysterious new friend who seems to know her. Reading this short story could provide you with an awesome new dream power: Cloud Walking. Perhaps you can try it out when you become lucid tonight!
A original short story by Justin Phillips. Original artwork by Shaun Power. “Clayton Garner sprung from his bed, tripping over the retro alarm clock which he must have knocked across the room in fervent kicks of a wild dream. The details were fading fast, though he could clearly remember flying through swirling vortexes in outer space with some red-haired beauty– of course none of that mattered now that he was running late for the first day at his new job.”