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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View forum - Dream Control Specifics
    02 May 2012 21 27 Shared Dreaming 1 2 3 16 May 2011 23 41 Mikster35 26 Replies 7945 Views Last post by LieutenantParth 19 Apr 2012 05 17 Has anyone attempted something similar 29 Mar 2012 08 55 DawnOfADream 0 Replies 799 Views Last post by DawnOfADream 29 Mar 2012 08 55 Mirrors and Lucid Dreams 1 2 01 May 2011 00 27 Rebecca 16 Replies 6996 Views Last post by roomaady 12 Mar 2012 10 38 Should have rubbed my hands 1 2 21 Jun 2011 19 07 fineganswaker 10 Replies 3955 Views Last post by lucidinthe sky 10 Mar 2012 03 19 Possible to be an architect of a dream 1 2 02 Feb 2012 08 02 Jack Reacher 11 Replies 3587 Views Last post by James 02 Mar 2012 17 13 I ask a favor of kindness 24 Feb 2012 03 06 Worldenterer1 4 Replies 1432 Views Last post by aamorim 29 Feb 2012 23 58 Can t wake up 1 2 28 Jan 2012 02 48 SarahDank 10 Replies 8967 Views Last post by SarahDank 18 Feb 2012 01 37 The Lucid Dreaming Workshop 02 Nov 2011 01 31 Summerlander 6 Replies 2205 Views Last post by Summerlander 15 Feb 2012 15 13 What kind of technology 26 Dec 2011 11 09 dhoomdon 2 Replies 1292 Views Last post by Rebecca 15 Feb 2012 06 47 Lucidity saved for later 12 Jan 2012 02 40 Chronos 8 Replies 2836 Views Last post by Jack Reacher 31 Jan 2012 02 34 A tip to stop a sleep paralysys 25 Jan 2012 00 28 James 8 Replies 2023 Views Last post by jamjam 29 Jan 2012 20 01 Suddenly waking up too soon Arrrgghh 20 Oct 2011 21 28 FlyByNight 5 Replies 3175 Views Last post by

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View forum - Dream Control Specifics
    2011 16 53 worldenterer 0 Replies 741 Views Last post by worldenterer 28 Aug 2011 16 53 Doing good 22 Aug 2011 01 43 worldenterer 2 Replies 963 Views Last post by worldenterer 23 Aug 2011 20 54 Bad vision in real life carried over to my dream 29 Jun 2011 17 35 rdubya 4 Replies 1816 Views Last post by Rebecca 17 Aug 2011 23 34 A fool who plays it too cool 09 Jul 2011 01 01 fineganswaker 2 Replies 1921 Views Last post by fineganswaker 15 Jul 2011 00 30 When dreams control 02 May 2011 21 00 Axs3831 5 Replies 1984 Views Last post by rdubya 06 Jul 2011 15 36 help 1 2 17 May 2011 23 29 livie12 12 Replies 3704 Views Last post by Rebecca 08 Jun 2011 06 05 Becoming a GIANT 28 Apr 2011 04 19 Casale 1 Replies 1020 Views Last post by Seto Blade 01 Jun 2011 20 12 Characters in your dreams 30 Apr 2011 20 48 dtommy79 4 Replies 1652 Views Last post by Dreamsphere 16 May 2011 15 52 second world 10 May 2011 21 32 livie12 5 Replies 1812 Views Last post by livie12 14

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - If you are EXPERIENCED at lucid dreaming, please read.
    times a month then you are in a great position to become a almost daily lucid dreamer About 33 of my dreams are lucid when i am partaking in the study only about 2 a month are lucid for me usually so the study will refine your abillities The challenges you will face will be things like locus of control levels of conflict conflict resolution numbers of people scenes people you know people you ve never met architypical characters meeting yourself young old same age mirrors even dream selfies if you have a smart phone effects of informing dream entities that they are dreaming also effects of leading other dream characters with you to new places within the dream geographical locations and their relationship or lack of to your own life recurring themes objects people and places and their relationship to your waking life false awakenings and for those of you who can perform self hypnosis problem solving in dreams based on modeling and predicting future scenarios and the success rates involved in the manifestation of your predictions could be considered clairvoyance The most important parts of the qualitative studies will be conflicts murder fights who s involved what they subjectively represent in your mind why they could be creating dissonance resolving these conflicts could be therapeutic for the mind and overall if you take part in this in depth study you will most certainly gain from it a mindful experience a deeper understanding of the psychological processes that drive your body and you will undoubtedly find this challenging enlightening and fun Plus you will be making a huge contribution to research If your unsure send me any questions you have any at all and i will be sure to answer you swiftly If you are a dedicated mindful insightful

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Spinning in Lucid Dreams
    Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by worldenterer 31 Aug 2011 21 15 Is there a way that all of these people posting random stuff can be stopped It needs to be about 20 cooler worldenterer Posts 105 Joined 20 Jul 2011 15 55 Location America Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by robrg1836 05 Sep 2011 09 26 I get increased lucidity robrg1836 Posts 2 Joined 05 Sep 2011 09 21 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Rebecca 06 Sep 2011 10 00 worldenterer wrote Is there a way that all of these people posting random stuff can be stopped Forum spammers are total pigs Sorry pigs you are lovely creatures much better than spammers Myself and Jonathan are moderators and we delete all spam posts as soon as we see them But as you can imagine we aren t online 24 7 As a regular member I would be more than happy to offer you moderator permissions which means you can push a button and kill the spam as soon as you see it This would help me immensely and would not involve any other responsibilities or work for you PM me if you re interested any regular members Thanks Sweet dreams Rebecca World of Lucid Dreaming Facebook Twitter You Tube About Me The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track Rebecca Site Admin Posts 456 Joined 24 Apr 2011 06 21 Location UK Website Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Dreamer117 22 Sep 2011 22 26 isn t this also away to trigger mutual dreams if u also think about the persons dream you want to go too Dreamer117 Posts 3 Joined 13 Jul 2011 23 10 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Ryan 23 Sep 2011 16 31 I ve been doing this method of strengthening my lucid dreams for many years now 15 years at least I never heard about LaBerge back when I started doing this It s just something I found through experimenting that worked to keep me within my dream For more information please visit my website http www unlimitedboundaries ca Or join my forums http www unlimitedboundaries ca forums Ryan Posts 548 Joined 07 Aug 2011 19 47 Location Toronto Ontario Canada Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Peter 23 Sep 2011 20 51 this works but I suspect that its more that spinning creates an awareness and the spinning itself is not so important I sometimes simply will for the dream to become stable I might think a statement like this is my dream and I want to stay here or some such thought and it settles the dream Peter Who are you I asked the reply dont be silly we are your daughers many years before they were born Peter Posts 1911 Joined 26 May 2011 08 02 Location New Zealand Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by LucidPotter 03 Jan 2012 00 14 This was the first stabilization technique I ever tried and it failed miserably for me

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Spinning in Lucid Dreams
    saw a picture of dancing dervishes The caption read The Sufis of both Persia and India used lucid dreaming extensively in their meditations One of the most effective methods to maintain lucidity within a dream if it begins to fade is to start whirling Godwin telling you how excited I was in that moment would be a huge understatement I had learned a skill on my own that was documented decades before my time Horizontal Enlightenment fyreflower Posts 6 Joined 06 Feb 2013 02 55 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Jackson 24 Jul 2013 18 21 It causes me to either fly or wake up Jackson Posts 109 Joined 04 Jul 2013 03 02 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by DreamerMan99 25 Jul 2013 15 08 I use this if my dreamscene is getting boring or I want something new I spin really fast and when i regain the ability to normally see i am in a new place I do not close my eyes because whenever im lucid even blinking as soon as my eyes close in the dream they open in the real world Post made via iPhone Good luck Dream on LDs 32 DreamerMan99 Posts 201 Joined 27 Mar 2013 23 53 Location In a world where nothing matters Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by taniaaust1 28 Aug 2013 05 39 Any kind of willed conscious moving can increase lucidity Maybe rubbing hands together would be a safer thing to do as its far less likely to make one wake up Spinning carries the risk of completely disconnecting a person from a dream that is the very reason why it is used to change dream scenes not so good thou if one is struggling to stay in a dream in the first place and needing all the dream senses to help to stay in one Its the opposite action to immersing yourself into a dream The only thing to fear is the fear itself taniaaust1 Posts 2912 Joined 07 Feb 2013 15 32 Location Adelaide South Australia Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by radicaldreamer 18 Oct 2013 13 15 I sometimes try spinning and it keeps me in the dream longer but if I was focusing on something it becomes harder to investigate it as the details get shrouded radicaldreamer Posts 29 Joined 09 Oct 2013 10 41 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Silvernight 21 Oct 2013 20 01 First time I tried it in order to stabilize and stop myself from waking up it worked for just a few seconds then I woke up anyway Other times it just caused me to wake up since my lucid dreams are quite fragile I think it might be better to rub your hands another technique to stabilize your dream Haven t tried it yet though Silvernight Posts 7 Joined 18 Oct 2013 13 15 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by abart65 01 Jan 2014 08 14 I m reading one

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Spinning in Lucid Dreams
    t so disorienting running jumping flying As long as you don t spin yourself stupid it s not so bad The proper way to use spinning in a dream without running the risk of waking would be to use very short spins Basically a really fast trun The Cusp Posts 19 Joined 22 Mar 2015 14 37 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Peter 22 Mar 2015 19 39 Dont agree sometimes I spin so hard that I break up into lots of little parts and still remain lucid and fully embedded in the dream but in a different state You put your opinion up as fact and that is not correct except in your experience Who are you I asked the reply dont be silly we are your daughers many years before they were born Peter Posts 1911 Joined 26 May 2011 08 02 Location New Zealand Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by The Cusp 22 Mar 2015 23 18 Peter wrote Dont agree sometimes I spin so hard that I break up into lots of little parts and still remain lucid and fully embedded in the dream but in a different state You put your opinion up as fact and that is not correct except in your experience So first you warn me not to be egotistical and now you re going to start poking me You are mistaken the assuming I have based this off only my personal experience Fact it spinning isn t the wonder technique everyone says it is A large of the people who use it do wake up and yet others still successfully use it to stabilize or to switch scenes I offered an explanation on how it can do both of those things Just because YOU can use it fine does not mean everyone else will be able to The Cusp Posts 19 Joined 22 Mar 2015 14 37 Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by Peter 23 Mar 2015 00 39 Yip that exactly what I did and still stick to that We welcome all opinions and experiences but stop short of posts that say something is fact as its all subjective and personal experience spinning works for its intended purpose and is a tool along the way yes at times it wont work but it also depends on why you are spinning in the first place And it that s a poke then yes it is Who are you I asked the reply dont be silly we are your daughers many years before they were born Peter Posts 1911 Joined 26 May 2011 08 02 Location New Zealand Top Re Spinning in Lucid Dreams by SunTzu 03 Oct 2015 02 22 I wonder if different spinning speeds produce different results I ve found that spinning fast enough for vision to blur can cause me to detach from the dream scene and it ends up changing Maybe spinning more slowly is enough to give the sensation of movement without

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Is it possible to change the DEPTH at which we sleep?
    mean the four preceding stages of non REM sleep in which stage 4 can be REALLY deep as in a bomb wouldn t wake you up Since this is usually a state we normally dream in or can recall if we do then I don t see how one can consciously control the depth or shallowness of dreamless sleep attained before the first REM cycle happens that is When you say you feel yourself going deeper it sounds like you are bypassing the typical non REM phases that normally happen first As for bedwetting I don t know if you can just dismiss all that is known about it There are various causes for it including stress drinking too much an injury or undeveloped bladder We ve all had dreams of urinating and usually wake up dry and relieved I suspect occasionally a little might leak out but as for FULL accidents I believe these are not accompanied by dreams of urinating I thought they happened during non REM sleep And even if it happened during REM that would mean the explanation for chronic bedwetters was that they dreamed of peeing EVERY night Who has any sort of recurring dream THAT consistently astrovineyard Posts 141 Joined 29 Jan 2015 04 49 Top Re Is it possible to change the DEPTH at which we sleep by taniaaust1 11 May 2015 10 39 astrovineyard wrote There are various causes for it including stress drinking too much an injury or undeveloped bladder of cause where there is physiological causes for it its a different story but stress its a fact it can mess up or change sleep stress can cause things like false awakenings or other sleep changes so it isnt hard to see how stress could well cause someone to think they are in real toilet when they aren t Drinking too much if alcohol is known to cause confusion so once again it would be easier to dream one is in real toilet and pee onself even with drinking too much water a full bladder would have to impact on dreams and cause more toilet dreams as whatever one thinks or is aware of does often appear in a dream So though different causes of a wet bed there could well be due to similar other underlying cause of someone thinking they are in a real toilet when they just are not but as for FULL accidents I believe these are not accompanied by dreams of urinating I thought they happened during non REM sleep Is there any study on this you ve seen to make you believe that full accidents not of a physiological cause are not accompanied of dreams of urinating I saw a study done on the types of dreams with REM and non REM sleep and it found that non REM dreams often varied from REM dreams as they were usually of the kind in which one is doing normal life stuff in REM though people tended to have stranger dreams rather then just just of doing their normal life stuff So it does make sense then that people may be dreaming more about going to a real toilet in such a sleep state esp in a non REM seeing these dreams mimic real life And even if it happened during REM that would mean the explanation for chronic bedwetters was that they dreamed of peeing EVERY night Who has any sort of recurring dream THAT consistently Chronic bedwetters may have something physiologically wrong or may well be having reincurring dreams of going to the loo Going to the loo is a common dream symbol for many For many years it was my most common dream symbol and I dreamed on going to the toilet once to twice a night So from my own experience with this symbol I can say its certainly possible to be dreaming this consistently Being pissed off in life about something so being stressed can cause toilet dreams Also someone doing a lot of releasing of stuff can also get a lot of toilet dreams http sealifedreams com en user 94 journal if you look at my dream journal though Ive stopped having very regular toilet dreams for a very long time now its still ranked as my 13th top dream symbol on the list At one point going to the toilet was rated as my 3rd I think it was maybe it could of been 2nd most common dream symbol after family and children I did have toilet dreams nightly I used to get 7 9 dreams per night at 1 2 of them a night were toilet dreams The things I say are actually based on my experiences with things studies Ive read and others experiences The only thing to fear is the fear itself taniaaust1 Posts 2912 Joined 07 Feb 2013 15 32 Location Adelaide South Australia Top Re Is it possible to change the DEPTH at which we sleep by astrovineyard 13 May 2015 13 09 We seem to have changed subjects but still interesting I don t have any studies to immediately point to many are memories of articles or books I read before the internet revolution But with regard to bedwetting and dreaming of urinating I don t recall a link between the two In fact urination dreams are so rare that when they happen you d THINK you d have an accompanying accident when you did if only because you weren t used to it Dreaming bedwetters ought to know here we go again much like someone in SP can recognize the situation and take measures to end or transform it I think some of the little facts floating in my head on the subject leading me to disagree with you go something like this 1 Having the same dream EVERY night is quite rare so always dreaming of peeing to point to a cause for bedwetting is not likely 2 Bedwetters are notoriously difficult

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  • World of Lucid Dreaming Forum • View topic - Really cool technique for dream stabilization
    I ll figure out more as I go along On another note I just entered in the 215th dream into my dream journal That s sort of a huge milestone so I m going to celebrate that as I ve had a dream journal for nearly two years now Cheers to everyone Daniel imaginecinema Posts 34 Joined 17 Apr 2014 02 22 Top Re Really cool technique for dream stabilization by dreamstudent 10 Dec 2014 20 18 Very interesting i haven t ever purposfully gone asleep in a dream while lucid but I have accidently and I noticed something similar to what your suggesting that the deeper dream levels you go into like example a dream within a dream within a dream it becomes more stable and more real especially when lucid it d the craziest thing ever But yeah definitely try it again I know I will try to intentionally fall asleep to get into a higher and deeper dream state but let us know how it goes Post made via Android dreamstudent Posts 169 Joined 21 Sep 2014 07 24 Top Re Really cool technique for dream stabilization by dreamstudent 13 Dec 2014 21 06 Aw yes here I am a month later and you still haven t replied I d like to say happily I tried your method and it slightly worked but more so it didn t I was lucid and immidietly I laid down and tried to sleep into a deeper level but as I laid down I only succeeded in perceiving complrte darkness lucidly within a dream for the first time and feeling like I can t go asleep inside a dream I felt a bit stupid after trying it cus it failed SSO epicly I am going to try it again and I hope it gets to the extent of your usage of the method Anyway I just got up and looked at the beautiful hillside covered in fall trees and then a dark mist cloud complete with a dash of lightning emersed itself over the beautiful land I had little control and the LD was nice but not that nice I wished your method would of worked On a side note I did t try it for that long maybe a few seconds before I gave up so its pry that Post made via Android dreamstudent Posts 169 Joined 21 Sep 2014 07 24 Top Re Really cool technique for dream stabilization by imaginecinema 25 Dec 2014 03 52 Sorry I did see your reply the first time I simply didn t see any specific need to reply you didn t ask any questions I ve actually had four lucid dreams within the past month it s crazy I rarely have lucid dreams at all There was one time when I had lucid dreams maybe once a month and then there was a time where I didn t have them at all but now I have them like really frequently so I

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