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You might as well get both books by Stephen LaBerge: Lucid Dreaming Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming There is a lot of information in the Lucidity website too: www.lucidity.com Another informative and pragmatic book on lucid dreaming and techniques (although the lucid state is referred to as th...
Yes, a displaced sense of time. I had one myself once and to me it still is a state of consciousness not that dissimilar to lucid dreaming. We can't really pinpoint the time of the experiences to match a non-active brain. Another thing that we have to take into account is how the stories are being r...
- 14 Apr 2012 21:58
- Forum: Paranormal Activity
- Topic: Sleep Paralysis Shadow Monster: Friend or Foe?
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Yes, we certainly live in a different age where certain phenomena lose their mystical halo due to lucid dreaming. One thing is for sure... we certainly enter a mental realm where we can pick our reality. Perhaps possible worlds and beings are manifest there and really do exist - maybe it is a matter...
- 13 Apr 2012 23:45
- Forum: For Beginners
- Topic: First Lucid Dream?! Please comment! *UPDATE 2ND LUCID DREAM!
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Not necessarily. I genuinely believe that you have had lucid dreams. Perhaps you were even partially lucid but a part of you entertained the idea of believing whatever was happening around you (for whatever reason). The mind is a wonderful thing and I believe it is infinite in its capabilities. One ...
- 13 Apr 2012 23:28
- Forum: General Lucid Discussion
- Topic: Does anyone have a sense of smell in dreams?
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It's not really a problem. I've experienced the sense of smell but not as much as vision and tactility. Vision and tactility are the most important senses for the optimal lucid dreaming state. Hearing comes next. I love the taste of food in lucid dreams. Smell is interesting but not that important. ...