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by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 18:31
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Second time losing lucidity after false awakening
Replies: 3
Views: 702

Re: Second time losing lucidity after false awakening

Yeah, that used to happen to me all the time. It's partially a sign you're making progress-your mind is focused on the line between dreaming and being awake, and you got lucid to begin with, so kudos. Just to a reality check every time you wake up and that won't be a problem anymore.
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 18:29
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Possibly increase LDs in future?
Replies: 2
Views: 597

Re: Possibly increase LDs in future?

Yes, anything you can to to solidify the intention to lucid dream with your conscious or unconscious mind will be extremely helpful.
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:59
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Reality check or dream check?
Replies: 3
Views: 1250

Re: Reality check or dream check?

Both are extremely useful methods and essential to progressing as a lucid dreamer. The fact is that reality is a dream. This dream ends when we die. Keep this in mind, keep in mind the idea that you are ALWAYS dreaming and always in a unique moment in which you have the power to control your actions...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:56
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: is this the right way to do a WILD?
Replies: 12
Views: 3677

Re: is this the right way to do a WILD?

Don't worry about it - the main point of a WILD is to maintain your focus as you fall asleep. Relax, stop asking yourself if you're doing it right. As long as you're focusing on one thing as you sleep and letting yourself remain aware, you're doing it right. Keep it up and you'll soon find the right...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:53
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Visualization
Replies: 11
Views: 3202

Re: Visualization

Seems like this has been explained pretty well, but here are a few more tips: 1) Visualize during the day - prepares your mind to create at night, and it's fun! 2) Be mindful during the day. Pay attention to how stable, real, and vivid the waking world is, and your mind will get better at projecting...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:50
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Commands and flying
Replies: 2
Views: 924

Re: Commands and flying

VISUALIZE. During the day, set up as much time as you can to literally just sit there imagining yourself doing the things you want to do. Imagine it more and more vividly. You are feeling the spider web in your hand, you are feeling your body swing. The wind is blowing by, streets, going by below yo...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:48
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Watching Dream Creation in Real Time
Replies: 8
Views: 2092

Re: Watching Dream Creation in Real Time

I think that noticing the way dreams are created is a form of awareness that can go much deeper than it appears to. Noticing when something happens because you expect it to is one thing, but noticing even the way colors, sounds, small details of your world, all come from your mind, is a step deeper....
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:45
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Was I lucid or clear dreaming?
Replies: 3
Views: 788

Re: Was I lucid or clear dreaming?

By "clear," are you referring to the Tibetan dream yoga concept of a "clear light" dream? Because that is very different; you were lucid, but a clear light dream does not involve illusion. You aren't "dreaming" in the conventional sense. Your awareness is just sitting c...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:42
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Is it possible to completely master Lucid Dreaming?
Replies: 7
Views: 1887

Re: Is it possible to completely master Lucid Dreaming?

I agree that the idea of "mastering" something is a trap for your ego to bring yourself down. It might not be best to think of it in those terms. Conversely, however, I think that means you've only really earned the title of "Master" when the title doesn't mean anything to you. T...
by alppdcjr12
21 Sep 2012 16:38
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Learning in a lucid dream?
Replies: 2
Views: 563

Re: Learning in a lucid dream?

Yes, Stephen LaBerge and others have documented this in detail. If you haven't read his book "Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming," you should check it out. Also, keep in mind that the more information you provide yourself with while awake, the better able you will be to integrate that i...

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