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- 04 Nov 2012 19:51
- Forum: For Beginners
- Topic: Beginner Questions Welcome!
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the WILD technique is really for experienced dreamers, it's not easy at all and can be slightly confusing. Best way to start as a beginner is probably through constant reality checks, dream diary, and thinking about lucid dreaming. My site has a few advanced tips if anyone's interested.
- 04 Nov 2012 16:08
- Forum: Share Your Non-Lucid Dreams
- Topic: A non Lucid dream ABOUT lucid dreaming?
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Okay so this was a sort of strange one, I went to sleep, really tired and with not much intention of having a lucid dream or any dream at all really, I just wanted to rest, And yet I had the most detailed dream about trying to make myself have a lucid dream, if that makes sense? It was like I was in...
Having tried this myself i can tell you that taking one or two B6 tablets a day, REALLY helps dream recall, and through improving dream recall, it appears to make the dreams more vivid as well, although this may just be a result of remembering more of the detail.. either way it definitely helps.. I ...
At some point between you lying there trying to induce the dream, and you falling asleep, you must lose focus, logically, there must be a point at which you stopped focusing on inducing the dream and just fell asleep, maybe you need to focus more or meditate before going to bed so it's easier.. Some...