The realism of lucid dreaming space does not impose limits on the ability to perform actions that cannot be performed in the physical world. It is important to remember that only a practitioner’s apprehension places limits on what may be done in lucid dreaming.
For example, if a practitioner needs to get to a location – even very far away – it may be reached by teleportation. If an object needs to be moved from one side of the room to the other, it may be moved by telekinesis. One of the major benefits of lucid dreaming experience is unencumbered freedom of action.
To master unusual abilities, only a few lucid dreams need to be spent on concentrated development of the methods.