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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Why did i not achieve lucidity?
    weights i mean why dont i lift weights like i normally do furthermore the space is different than it used to be Next thing i remember is seeing a person i know that have met in the gym 2 3 times along with some other people i cant recall And he told me he was about to go home with that people he was with I asked him why And he replied that he will come back and he is gonna stay at the stands like football pitch stands The weird thing is that there are no stands in the gym So i woke up after that and i said yeh i was dreaming because there was so many impossible things in the dream But why didnt i realise tha i am dreaming while in the dream I mean there were so many weird things that wasnt normal and i just let them pass sladenotwade Posts 6 Joined 03 Feb 2016 18 41 Top Re Why did i not achieve lucidity by GalMutzafy 04 Feb 2016 13 40 But almost in every dream weird and un normal things happen so why you specifically pointing at this dream I suppose that you already started writing your dreams and doing reality checks if not so you sould start Every day we dream sometimes more normal and sometimes really crazy if every little thing would make us question ourselves in the dreams than we would have tons of lucids the thing is that you keep writing dreams do reality checks and next few times when you feel a bit strange in a certain dream you would look at your hands and realize that you are in fact dreaming Don t be upset on such a normal thing The best reason for having dreams

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - It took 3 reality checks, but I achieved lucidity!
    Jen Congrats 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 Oregon USA Top Re It took 3 reality checks but I achieved lucidity by shutterbugjen 10 Jan 2016 20 16 I first read about it in the articles on the main site in the introduction section I ll go back later see if I can find the specific article It s also part of the free 10 lesson program you can sign up for Post made via iPhone 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 It took 3 reality checks but I achieved lucidity by Prince Demitri 11 Jan 2016 00 15 I see Perhaps I should keep my thoughts about it to myself then No need to irritate the forum owner s 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 Oregon USA Top Re It took 3 reality checks but I achieved lucidity by shutterbugjen 11 Jan 2016 01 58 I couldn t say for sure but I imagine she would welcome a civil discussion about it Can I ask what sort of reality checks that you have found work well The palm pushing has failed me twice but I seem to have good results by examining my hands I m sure different things work well for different people Post made via iPhone 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 It took 3 reality checks but I achieved lucidity by Prince Demitri 11 Jan 2016 02 20 I m sure different things work well for different people Absolutely Life would be so boring if we were all just identical copies of each other Can I ask what sort of reality checks that you have found work well Personally I use a few of them and I mix them up to keep each RC unique Here s a few that I include in my mashup RCs Examining hands feet mirrors Reading re reading something Backtracking my experience How d I get here Dream power challenge Try to use a power I only have in dreams Examine re examine colors in my surroundings Relocation challenge Shifting to instantly be in another setting 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 Oregon USA Top Re It took 3 reality checks but I

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - I knew I was dreaming, but nothing happened???
    currently taking my afternoon nap but in my dream I realized AHH I dont wanna get up Wait this is a dream I don t have to go get him But that was it or at least all I can remember What s going on Shouldn t I have had some sort of lucid clarity PS I never had a lucid dream yet I have had about 4 dreams so far in which I realized I was dreaming but it was very fuzzy and I ended up waking up right away Merrick Posts 8 Joined 12 Oct 2015 04 53 Top Re I knew I was dreaming but nothing happened by shutterbugjen 12 Jan 2016 15 17 Hi there All it takes to qualify for a lucid dream is exactly what you said I knew I was dreaming I m new at this too and my first couple of lucid dreams were also very fuzzy and from the accounts I ve read from others that s pretty common If you go to the main site and click on articles there is a WEALTH of information on how to get started with lucid dreaming how to create stability and clarity within the dream You re already on the right track if you re experiencing lucid dreams randomly 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 Re I knew I was dreaming but nothing happened by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 07 20 You need to train yourself to in a relaxed manner to take some action as soon as you are aware you are dreaming eg briskly rubbing your hands together and repeating to yourself this is a dream is one action you could

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - WBTB: Fail Or Succsess? / Melatonin
    see my dream but I am not concussions enough to see the dream and it registers in my brain like a normal memory of eye sight from real life I would really love to be able to see my dreams and experience them as vividly as my real eye sight is Basically achieving perfect visualization What am I doing wrong and can improve What can I do to improve my visualization ability TheShaps Posts 2 Joined 15 Jan 2016 11 17 Top Re WBTB Fail Or Succsess Melatonin by shutterbugjen 15 Jan 2016 16 07 Hi there These are all great questions I have the same problem with WBTB I ve always struggled with falling asleep anyway so I ve decided that method is not for me at least not by setting an alarm If I happen to wake up during the night I ll get out of bed for a minute use the restroom settle back down and talk to myself about lucid dreaming and imagine out what dream I d like to have In those cases I usually fall right back to sleep It did successfully result in a lucid dream once though I think it has a LOT to do with the timing of your sleep cycles in order for that method to work The fact that your dream recall is improving is a GREAT sign Keep at it There will be times where it will ebb and flow you ll have fantastic dream recall for a few weeks then it might slow down but it ll pick up again Melatonin was discussed in another thread in the lucid dream aids forum It can help you fall asleep but as far as I know it will not increase your chances of becoming lucid but it can help you fall asleep faster If others have different information please feel free to correct me I sometimes use melatonin to help me fall asleep and I have not noticed a correlation between melatonin and becoming lucid As I think about it the times I have become lucid were on nights that I did NOT use melatonin Check out that forum there s lots of good information in there by people who have done actual research 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 WBTB Fail Or Succsess Melatonin by TheShaps 15 Jan 2016 16 46 Thanks for the reply From further investigation Melatonin is reported to increase the vividness of the dream and also increase Dream recall abilities resulting in higher chances to realize you are dreaming Were your dreams more vivid after taking Melatonin As I understand Melatonin increases REM cycles in the second part of the night making them longer and more vivid so I think its perfect for WBTB methods Maybe you can try WBTB methods again with Melatonin I will definitely will try to use Melatonin because of how

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Recurring oddities
    part of the house The new kitchen now has the same red door in my dreams I have even tasted yes the door in a lucid dream as weird as it sounds and remembered biting it as child I also see my sister as she was about 5 or 6 years ago Why are pieces of my home time travelling in my dreams jyumai Posts 3 Joined 19 Jan 2016 01 58 Top Re Recurring oddities by shutterbugjen 19 Jan 2016 17 54 jyumai wrote Why are pieces of my home time travelling in my dreams Because the subconscious has a very dry sense of humor I often find similar things in my dreams either bits and pieces of actual places or friends from a city where I used to live in a place I visit now I ve been reading Stephen LaBerge s book Exploring the World of Lucid Dreams and in it he discusses how while in a waking state your brain uses sensory information to construct a model of the world around you Your eyes see a red door so your brain ascertains there is a red door During sleep your sensory input is switched off leaving your sunbconscious the job of filling in details and it may or may not be precisely the way it is in waking life I haven t done any research into OBEs but I would imagine that if they are indeed real your physical body is still asleep in your bed thus employing your subconscious in a similar way 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 Recurring oddities by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 07 07 cause its lodged strongly in your memories The

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Hypnagogia
    getting started Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Hypnagogia by Simo 24 Jan 2016 12 26 Hello I m facing a problem when I do WBTB and then do WILD technique I reach to Hypnagogia state where I see colors in the blackness of my eyelids but after that I don t know what to do and I just stop and go back to sleep after waiting for a long time in the Hypnagogia Can you help me please Thanks Post made via Android Simo Posts 1 Joined 24 Jan 2016 12 17 Top Re Hypnagogia by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 06 59 whats a long time in hypnagogia The only thing to fear is the fear itself taniaaust1 Posts 2912 Joined 07 Feb 2013 15 32 Location Adelaide South Australia Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to For Beginners Jump to Select a forum World of Lucid Dreaming Forum Introduce Yourself For Beginners General Lucid Discussion Share Your Lucid Dreams Lucid Dreaming Techniques

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Newbie - ? about visitation during lucid dream
    I fell full on asleep My questions are A Anyone experienced this B Is LD and RH even compatible in your experience C What was up with the woman and us and or the boy Thank you for any help you can provide Apologize if I m committing any newbie mistakes I read the rules but I ll learn the rest as I go PMC Posts 2 Joined 25 Jan 2016 16 39 Top Re Newbie about visitation during lucid dream by jasmine2 28 Jan 2016 22 49 PMC Welcome to the forum It sounds like you are having increasing success with lucid dreams It is very interesting that you have been experimenting with healing in dreams and the appearance of guides in your dreams who want to help you improve your healing abilities is very intriguing and exciting In the past during periods when I was reading a lot about shamanism and Tibetan Buddhist meditation practices I had some interesting dreams about observing mysterious beings dressed in shaman s costumes who performed a ritual dance and chant Also I met a floating Chinese or Japanese style dragon who encouraged me to continue pursuing my studies but he said a was not yet ready to understand more subtle levels of his magical realm I commend the following resources regarding dream shamanic healing 1 Article Lucid Dream Healing Experiences Firsthand Accounts by E W Kellogg realitysandwich com 2 Article Shamanic Healing We Are Not Alone An Interview With Michael Harner by Bonnie Horrigan shamanism org 3 Book Hands Of Light by Barbara Brennan Very good information about healing techniques involving subtle body energies Includes discussion about how a healer may develop a relationship with spirit guides 4 Robert Moss Blog mossblog blogspot com Articles Dreaming With Spiritual Guides Island Woman On Dreaming With Animal Spirits 5 Website Lucid Dream Exchange dreaminglucid com LDE magazine free archives Some issues focus on dream healing Best wishes jasmine2 jasmine2 Posts 264 Joined 15 Sep 2013 04 42 Top Re Newbie about visitation during lucid dream by PMC 29 Jan 2016 21 20 This is terrific Thanks so much for taking the time you ve really helped me PMC Posts 2 Joined 25 Jan 2016 16 39 Top Re Newbie about visitation during lucid dream by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 06 54 Hi there I m a healer of several practices Its very true that you will find your teacher for this when time is right and often we can get a message in a dream first Even with one of my main healing yogi teachers deceased I still feel the groups pull at times eg at the time of the anniversary of his death I was suddenly drawn to do a group meditation and did that joining up energies without even knowing it was the anniversary of this and they were all getting together to meditate I hadn t done that meditation for 8 9mths before that Its hard to say if something real

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - My almost lucid experience
    there was a car parked in there I just drank some juice while looking at the car Then the dream started slowly fading to black and gained consciousness when I could see almost nothing in the dream wait this is a dream I thought and then I realized I woke up with my eyes still closed and I felt something like a shockwave going through my head like what you feel when you wake up because your arm dropped off of your bed Post made via iPhone Yumekai Posts 3 Joined 31 Dec 2015 18 52 Top Re My almost lucid experience by GalMutzafy 31 Jan 2016 13 36 If during your dream you thought to yourself that it is in fact a dream then it was a lucid dream For most people first lucid dreams tend to end in a few seconds but it gets better with every time and time Don t worry the more you would be aware in your dreams the quicker you would become lucid without the dream fading to black or ending 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 My almost lucid experience by taniaaust1 03 Feb 2016 06 40 Next time don t move at all and think yourself back to being where you were in the dream before imagine it all around you again stay relaxed don t try hard Its isn t hard sometimes to reentry The only thing to fear is the fear itself taniaaust1 Posts 2912 Joined 07 Feb 2013 15 32 Location Adelaide South Australia Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year

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