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by SnorlaxDreamer
13 Sep 2013 00:20
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: How To Enchance The MILD Technique!! Click Here!
Replies: 7
Views: 2095

Re: How To Enchance The MILD Technique!! Click Here!

It is true that sleep deprivation is a good way of getting lucid dreams often since the brain has to go faster into REM-sleep, and deeper sleep. Even though this is the case, I would NOT recommend anyone sleep deprivating themselves for the sake of lucid dreams! The whole function of dreaming and sl...
by SnorlaxDreamer
11 Aug 2013 01:26
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Does the afterlife exist at all? Debate that here.
Replies: 94
Views: 15614

Re: Does the afterlife exist at all? Debate that here.

I'm so obsessive about this. I'm also very divided on this subject. For me, I don't believe afterlife exists. I don't remember or feel anything from before my birth, and I believe it goes the same way when death occurs. What is baffling me though, is that we won't even remember that we have ever liv...
by SnorlaxDreamer
06 Aug 2013 23:05
Forum: Dream Science
Topic: Time Dilation
Replies: 7
Views: 3371

Re: Time Dilation

That helps an awful lot, thank you. It's so strange though. It is indeed. But that's how the brain works, when coinciousness is shut down. If you had a life before this now, and it was set at the start of the universe and you died - followed up by you waking up in this life. I bet it would only hav...
by SnorlaxDreamer
22 Jul 2013 14:10
Forum: Dream Science
Topic: Time Dilation
Replies: 7
Views: 3371

Re: Time Dilation

I'm not a neurolog, but study physics and mathematics. I believe I know what causes the time dilation though. In your waking dream, time passes in the normal rate we percieve it in. This is due to the neural connections that create our long time, and short time memory. Normally, our day is stored as...
by SnorlaxDreamer
21 Jul 2013 04:19
Forum: Share Your Lucid Dreams
Topic: looking for a guy in real life who was in my lucid dream!
Replies: 7
Views: 1440

Re: looking for a guy in real life who was in my lucid dream

As far as I know, dream characters are simply protections of your subcoincious (or yourself so to speak). So you're probably looking for yourself. It was just one very similiar dream character to yourself :-D
by SnorlaxDreamer
21 Jul 2013 04:17
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Hypnagogic Hallucinations
Replies: 2
Views: 615

Re: Hypnagogic Hallucinations

I've read that it might be a spontaneous OBE, and if I can control and pulsate the vibrations; there are no turning back. It will eventually lead to OBE. But it might be something else. I want some answers from someone having had the same experience as me, or someone who knows what that was! :-D
by SnorlaxDreamer
20 Jul 2013 01:40
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: The Best Reality Checks
Replies: 12
Views: 6495

Re: The Best Reality Checks

I myself wouldnt try to hold nose and try to breath thing as in my case I cant breath underwater during a LD (even thou I really tried.. I ended up the only way I could breath underwater was to manifest an oxygen tank and mask for myself), so I suppose I wouldnt be able to breath either if I hold m...
by SnorlaxDreamer
19 Jul 2013 18:29
Forum: Share Your Lucid Dreams
Topic: I'm confused... Lucid dream or not?
Replies: 6
Views: 1223

Re: I'm confused... Lucid dream or not?

i think it can be both… did you control the dream by your own conscious will? if yes, i think you're having a lucid dream, but didn't realized that when you "went to sleep" it was also a dream. In some ways I did. The dreamscape were very clear, and the dream responded to my commands (not...
by SnorlaxDreamer
19 Jul 2013 18:25
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: A Real Guide To Wild
Replies: 16
Views: 4336

Re: A Real Guide To Wild

As it has been stated before, the WILD-technique is just a technique used to keep your mind awake as you fall asleep. The real key to WILD is simply to actually just let yourself fall asleep, but keeping your coinciousness alert. You NEED to fall asleep, and not try to stay awake.
by SnorlaxDreamer
19 Jul 2013 18:20
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Counting Your way to Lucid Dreaming
Replies: 19
Views: 5706

Re: Counting Your way to Lucid Dreaming

I did this method this night. I counted from 100 and down, telling my brain that I wanted to be lucid. It actually worked very good to sent me into a hypnagogic state, and somewhat passing SP. I did not feel SP at least, but my eyes flickered/shaked insanely, my muscles jolted and my bed felt like i...

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