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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Beginner Questions Welcome!
    weeks and it s discouraging that it s not automatically happening all the time My subconscious seems to be BEGGING me to become lucid though last night I dreamed I was looking through my Instagram feed and the pictures I was seeing were settings where previous dreams had taken place and I was thinking Wow I ve seen these places in my dreams HELLOOOOOO lucidity cue Wanted to smack myself for not picking up on that one There are loads of great articles on this site about becoming lucid Click through there and see what s interesting There are lots of great tips and methods You probably need to do more reality checks you said you get at least a couple From what I ve read on here they need to be happening around 10 times a day Here s hoping we both see more dreams soon for a dreamer night s the only time of day Jack Feldman Santa Fe shutterbugjen Posts 84 Joined 18 Dec 2015 14 59 Top Re Beginner Questions Welcome by DreamExplorer96 06 Jan 2016 19 14 Is it normal when you are on the road to lucid dreaming to feel like everything is pressing on you when you try to change the secene I was able to change the secene in a dream I had last night and it slipped away I was only able to change some elements Not others And well perhaps I have broken one barrier One must make sure their energies are stable A key I think is the confidence to be calm with the dream around you You feel the dream you know that you are dreaming and be calm Is this the truth DreamExplorer96 Posts 4 Joined 06 Jan 2016 17 56 Top Re Beginner Questions Welcome by Prince Demitri 06 Jan 2016 21 26 uraszz wrote Hello I m new to Lucid Dreaming and have a question that s been bothering me for some time now I m Bilingual fully fluent in both English and Turkish I m curious if one language would be stronger than the other I speak Turkish daily but do all my research and readings in English my thinking is 50 50 I guess Would techniques like M I L D be affected by this Many thanks I don t think it would effect it too much I m kinda bilingual myself fluent in both English and ASL and have had dreams in both languages If your thinking is 50 50 with regular use of both languages then you should be able to use either language or even a combination of them with the MILD technique and get positive results I would be interested to hear how experimenting with this goes for you Cheers Oneironaut experience 28 years Average LDs per month Usually 16 to 30 depending on whether or not I want to I enjoy helping others and answering questions Prince Demitri Posts 168 Joined 30 Dec 2015 11 47 Location Eugene

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Forum Rules - New Members Please Read
    are unproductive and unacceptable Whether a subject is light hearted or serious keep posts focused on the current topic and of general interest to other participants of that thread Use the private message feature or personal email where appropriate to address side topics or personal issues not related to the topic at large 4 Do not post advertising The purpose of the World of Lucid Dreaming Forum is to be informative and conversational and should not involve promotion or direct advertising at fellow members Posts in the discussion forums directly promoting or advertising products or services will be removed by the moderators The only form in which subtle advertising is permitted is a link in your signature However please note that all URL links not posted by the Site Admin are currently inactive to help prevent excessive advertising by spammers If your signature is deemed to contain spam the forum moderators will take action against you Paid advertising is available through the purchase of banner ads For more information including banner rates and reader statistics please see our advertising guidelines at http www world of lucid dreaming com advertise html Advertising Policy Specifics When in doubt of whether something you want to post constitutes advertising please contact a moderator privately in advance for further clarification Refer to the following points for general guidelines Services Members may use the forums to ask for recommendations of experts or professional services and other members may answer those requests by suggesting themselves or their company if their services fulfill the specific criteria of the original post Members may not solicit other members for business if it is not in response to a direct genuine query Event Announcements Members may post one notification of an upcoming event that may be of interest to fellow members if the original poster does not benefit financially from the event Such threads may not be bumped excessively Charities Announcements for charitable or fundraising events can only be made for 501 c 3 tax exempt organizations Special exceptions may be made at the moderators discretion and direction for board related events or fundraising activities in extraordinary circumstances 5 Do not post copyrighted photographs unless you own the copyright A photograph is a creative work and only the original photographer or the copyright owner has the right to publish it You must never scan photos from books copy and paste them from other websites or copy them from personal photo albums without the owner s permission 6 Respect and help the moderators As members are often passionate about their beliefs and intentions they can easily be misinterpreted in this type of environment Please try to explore or resolve the inevitable disagreements that arise in the course of threads calmly and rationally If you see a post that you feel violates the rules of the board please click the report button exclamation point inside a triangle on the upper right side of the post which will alert the moderators and administrators to

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Havent writen on my journal for 2 days.
    body and it stopped because i was afraid of a WILD sleep paralysis happening I just want to fall asleep regularly and dream I believe its the visualization of dreams i want to happen is causing me this What do you think sladenotwade Posts 6 Joined 03 Feb 2016 18 41 Top Re Havent writen on my journal for 2 days by shutterbugjen 07 Feb 2016 16 17 Some nights you ll remember more than others As you get into the habit of dream journaling you ll teach your subconscious that your dreams are important and as you go along you ll start to remember more and more When I first started I would sometimes recall 1 2 dreams for a few nights then nothing I m a few months into it now and it s not unusual to remember up to 6 dreams in a night But if I m woken up suddenly by an alarm clock loud noise etc that can kill recall I encourage you to keep a pad and pen by your bed so that if you do wake during the night with a memory of a dream write down a key word or two so in the morning you can remember more There have been many many times where I ve done that woken up in the middle of the night out of a dream and thought That was so vivid there s no way I ll forget that I ll just go back to sleep And in the morning Nada Dream gone But when I ve taken a minute or two to just scrawl down a couple of words that can help a lot Don t feel discouraged if you have a few nights where you don t remember I m currently in a project with a few others where we re tracking our dreaming over a long term period and many of us are seeing periods of very active dreaming and periods of little to none Just keep at it and you ll start to notice your own patterns Good luck for a dreamer night s the only time of day Jack Feldman Santa Fe shutterbugjen Posts 84 Joined 18 Dec 2015 14 59 Top Re Havent writen on my journal for 2 days by sladenotwade 08 Feb 2016 21 49 shutterbugjen wrote Some nights you ll remember more than others As you get into the habit of dream journaling you ll teach your subconscious that your dreams are important and as you go along you ll start to remember more and more When I first started I would sometimes recall 1 2 dreams for a few nights then nothing I m a few months into it now and it s not unusual to remember up to 6 dreams in a night But if I m woken up suddenly by an alarm clock loud noise etc that can kill recall I encourage you to keep a pad and pen by your bed so

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Please help!
    The WILD method i used was an affirmation mind awake body asleep So any tips ghost kid Posts 13 Joined 07 Feb 2016 16 36 Top Re Please help by GalMutzafy 08 Feb 2016 11 30 Did you tried writing down your dreams in a dream journal and doing reality checks because those are the basic of the basics The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary Ashleigh Brilliant GalMutzafy Posts 239 Joined 09 Jan 2014 22 25 Location Israel Top Re Please help by ghost kid 08 Feb 2016 16 30 GalMutzafy wrote Did you tried writing down your dreams in a dream journal and doing reality checks because those are the basic of the basics I tried reality checks but they never seemed to work my reality check was reading because i have reading problems And i always wanted to start a dream journal but always procrastinated ghost kid Posts 13 Joined 07 Feb 2016 16 36 Top Re Please help by GalMutzafy 08 Feb 2016 17 28 Reading reality check is less common and less successful from what I ve seen Starting from today try to do reality checks by looking at your hands and ask yourself seriously Am I dreaming or any mantra like that to raise your awareness do that like every hour or two hours as long as it comfortable for you Dream journal is REALY important you can have like ten lucid dreams and don t remember them because your recall is not that good as if it was if you would have a journal It increases your dream recall awareness and let you know what do you dream about which gives you dream signs and knowlege of your dreams Do both of this not for a

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Too short lucid dreams.
    I simply lose the connection to the dream I don t wake up Anyone got through this problem Any tips Thanks Post made via Android ogiknez Posts 1 Joined 04 Feb 2016 00 24 Top Re Too short lucid dreams by GalMutzafy 04 Feb 2016 13 36 This is exactly what happens to me I got over the excitment phase but even after rubbing my hands and using these kind of techniques I stil woke up or lost lucidity I don t have much of a 100 percent working tip just tips that could help you gradually become better at keeping the dream lucid keep rubbing your hands or shout clarity now or touch your surroundings in the dream When you go to sleep tell yourself in your head something like Tonight when I become lucid I will stay lucid or something like that it doesn t really matter as long as you make it comfortable for you and short enough to repeat it I hope I helped The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary Ashleigh Brilliant GalMutzafy Posts 239 Joined 09 Jan 2014 22 25 Location Israel Top Re Too short lucid dreams by shutterbugjen 07 Feb 2016 16 18 Happens to me a lot too My longest and most memorable lucid dreams are the ones where I had the presence of mind to remind myself out loud that I was dreaming When I don t do that it fades away quickly Just keep muttering to yourself it s a dream I m dreaming or something like that for a dreamer night s the only time of day Jack Feldman Santa Fe shutterbugjen Posts 84 Joined 18 Dec 2015 14 59 Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Realising it's a LD, but can't control my body
    wrote my recent dreams down I ve tried using WILD but it didn t worked then I realised that there are easier methods for beginners so I m trying MILD now Yeah so my actual question I can remember I had a dream about a while ago where I knew I was dreaming but the dream was going on like a movie and I couldn t do anything about it It was like my mind was free but my body was still doing things without my permisson it was like I ve watched a first person movie I fear that this could happen again when I m about to LD You got any ideas how I can get the full control over my body Greets Always have more dreams than reality can destroy cloudlizard Posts 1 Joined 06 Feb 2016 02 15 Top Re Realising it s a LD but can t control my body by GalMutzafy 07 Feb 2016 08 40 The dream that you had was probably a low level of lucidiy one but stil it was a lucid dream Don t worry it happens a lot that you can t really control the dream that s why it s a low level of lucidity dream Post made via Android The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary Ashleigh Brilliant GalMutzafy Posts 239 Joined 09 Jan 2014 22 25 Location Israel Top Re Realising it s a LD but can t control my body by shutterbugjen 07 Feb 2016 16 09 Hi there I ve only had a handful of lucid dreams but there is definitely a variance in how much control I have in a lucid dream Sometimes I have full control others not so much I think it all depends

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - I'm concerned about the structure of my dreams for lucidity
    Is there something I can do about this or am I sorta screwed Knee Posts 1 Joined 06 Feb 2016 20 48 Top Re I m concerned about the structure of my dreams for lucid by Carter Blunt 06 Feb 2016 22 10 You don t often stop to do reality checks while playing a videogame I ve never gone from a videogame dream to lucid dreaming Then again I ve never done a reality check either But I also don t think I can remember more than 6 lucid dreams in my lifetime I remember dreams every time I go to sleep though and there have been a few times I woke up right after going lucid I can only remember one lucid dream that lasted more than 30 seconds and in that one I spent the entire 10 minutes or longer trying not to do anything exciting If I had started flying or something I probably would have woken up immediately So I will settle for non lucid dreaming I will say that playing less videogames gives better dreams The period when I was watching Netflix instead was giving me better dreams I think videogames put your brain in that gameplay mode It s not the story mode that kills dreams it s the gameplay The worst are browser games where you re not even doing real gameplay it s like a puzzle game or something Dream ruiners I m actually thinking about quitting all technology for a month just to see what happens Carter Blunt Posts 26 Joined 15 Dec 2015 11 36 Top Re I m concerned about the structure of my dreams for lucid by jasmine2 07 Feb 2016 03 01 This suggestion may sound a little weird but you never know it may help

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - I can't lucid dream
    The few times i remember counting my fingers i either wake up in another VERY realistic dream or just wake up Please help me Anopey Posts 2 Joined 03 Jan 2016 10 14 Top Re I can t lucid dream by GalMutzafy 31 Jan 2016 08 50 Since when did you start tryng to lucid dream It takes time sometime days and sometimes weeks Post made via Android The best reason for having dreams is that in dreams no reasons are necessary Ashleigh Brilliant GalMutzafy Posts 239 Joined 09 Jan 2014 22 25 Location Israel Top Re I can t lucid dream by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 06 43 sounds like you are getting there I wonder if you just need more time to get there You don t say how long you have been doing this for The only thing to fear is the fear itself taniaaust1 Posts 2912 Joined 07 Feb 2013 15 32 Location Adelaide South Australia Top Re I can t lucid dream by Letsgetlucid 04 Feb 2016 22 27 I clicked on this post because I saw the word can t first thing I ll say is a lucid dreamers in the making vocabulary shouldn t contain the words never cant won t any words referenced to negativity really because if you use these words so will your dream self and then it will become almost impossible to become lucid Saying to yourself that it will happen will actually make it more likely to happen it s happened to me before So please don t use these words and replace them with positivity I can almost guarantee it will help in the long run Post made via Android Letsgetlucid Posts 17 Joined 05 Jan 2016 06 02 Top Display posts from previous All posts 1

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