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by Lucid-Dreamer
04 Apr 2012 17:30
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: I find it hard to take reality checks seriously
Replies: 5
Views: 1258

Re: I find it hard to take reality checks seriously

I think you might be cramming too much in at once. I thought of the same thing, but my cousin said the only few things necessary were asking yourself, "Am I dreaming?" and pushing your hand through an object. It doesn't have to be your other hand. She said for her that even she knew when s...
by Lucid-Dreamer
04 Apr 2012 17:26
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: So Many Beginner Questions!
Replies: 3
Views: 860

Re: So Many Beginner Questions!

Okay, thanks so much! That really helped! ;)
by Lucid-Dreamer
04 Apr 2012 04:39
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: So Many Beginner Questions!
Replies: 3
Views: 860

So Many Beginner Questions!

I realize most of these questions are answered by Rebecca in her articles, but I was also wondering, couldn't they be different for some people? First of all, I have to ask, why are my dreams so fuzzy? Sometimes I wake up with a memory of a dream, but it's all way too fuzzy/foggy for me to remember ...
by Lucid-Dreamer
27 Jan 2012 03:24
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Dream Recalling..
Replies: 5
Views: 1056

Re: Dream Recalling..

I heard that:

Before you go to sleep, set an alarm for 4.5 hours later. Then set more every 90 minutes until you wake up. I don't know why, apparently you'd be waking up in the middle of a dream, therefore remembering it. Trying that on the weekends.
by Lucid-Dreamer
25 Jan 2012 03:42
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Troubled Waters
Replies: 9
Views: 1825

Re: Troubled Waters

The same thing has been happening to me. Dreaming is always the last thing on my mind when I sleep, then all of a sudden I jolt. It's super annoying. And I also can't breathe well. And then I feel tempted to itch or something. How do I help myself?
by Lucid-Dreamer
25 Jan 2012 03:39
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Dream Recalling..
Replies: 5
Views: 1056

Dream Recalling..

I'm terrible at recalling dreams. It's awful. The most in one month is about 5. The last one I can remember was on January 17th, and it wasn't even that vivid. I've tried so many things, from writing in a journal to waking up every 90 minutes. Even tried listening to the binaural beats. No luck. Wha...
by Lucid-Dreamer
21 Jan 2012 19:21
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Which Method is Easier for Beginners?
Replies: 7
Views: 1554

Re: Which Method is Easier for Beginners?

I'm really bad at recalling dreams. In one month, I could only remember about 5....which is terrible. I've tried so many things, none of them work. :(
by Lucid-Dreamer
21 Jan 2012 06:25
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Which Method is Easier for Beginners?
Replies: 7
Views: 1554

Re: Which Method is Easier for Beginners?

Explain "DILD using MILD and employing WBTB" to me, please? That sounds confusing, but affective...
by Lucid-Dreamer
20 Jan 2012 22:51
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Which Method is Easier for Beginners?
Replies: 7
Views: 1554

Which Method is Easier for Beginners?

I'm new to dreaming, as some of you may know, and I've seen a few things online that have said WBTB (Wake Back to Bed) technique is easier for absolute beginners. But I've also read some articles that have said otherwise. So I would like to know. Which method is easier and gives a better chance for ...
by Lucid-Dreamer
20 Jan 2012 04:05
Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
Topic: Peppermint Before Bed??
Replies: 2
Views: 2039

Peppermint Before Bed??

I remember in elementary school they used to give us a peppermint before taking a test. Apparently it 'kept our brain awake and energized'. I was wondering, if lucid dreaming is keeping our mind awake while our body is sleeping, then would a mint before bed help enhance a lucid dream? Just a questio...

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