a real beginner, yes

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a real beginner, yes

Postby Kommi » 26 Jun 2011 16:42

I registered to this forum to get help with lucid dreaming (seems that I'm in the right place :))
I have tried LD before by reality checking etc but I have never been seriously interested. Well, yesterday a simple LD 'poster for beginners' caught my eye and so I tried again.
I managed to relax my body as I didn't feel it as well as usually, but at the 15th minute (or smth) my right hand twitched and I gave up. I wasn't dreaming yet and got angry at my brain for causing the twitch, but today I started thinking that maybe that move was a part of the beginning LD. Is this possible?
I guess this isn't the right place for this question, but hey, maybe.

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Re: a real beginner, yes

Postby rdubya » 27 Jun 2011 00:48

although there are many practices to do when learning LD--meditate meditate meditate would be my recommendation --its like going to the gym for your mind---

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