neverlandjulia wrote:I don't think there are any. My parents also think it's dangerous because it's a way out of the real world and "it leads to later drug abuse because it works the same way". But I guess it depends on the person, I never wanted to do drugs after having LD
It's funny, because LD is more or less a better alternative. It does not cause any physical addiction, doesn't cost any money, and has no side effects.
Hazzzamo wrote:What are the risks of lucid dreaming, my parents don't think it's a good idea so I can't bye the book. Please reply quickly
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What risks do you parents think there are to lucid dreaming?
And you can't get addicted to it in the sense that you can't lucid dream more than you can sleep in a day.
And you can't sleep all day.
Ever since i started lucid dreaming ive haf better sleeps, slept heavier, woken up feeling great, and sleep like a baby. Its honestly the best thing you can be doing in your sleep!
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Dream on. LDs~32
YOU DON'T NEED A BOOK TO HELP YOU LUCID DREAM.
Just try it anyway. Simply recall your dreams and every little thing you remember even if it is a bizarre and eventually you should be able to realize you are dreaming when it is happening. Or try certain methods you read about on the internet. Then grow from there.
The worst that can happen is you get a nightmare, but those happen to everybody anyways.
Lucid dreaming is certainly not a drug. There is no dependency or addiction.
Defy your parents and do it anyway. What are they going to do? Stop you from dreaming? Stop you from thinking? That's all lucid dreaming is: Thinking clearly and lucidly while dreaming.
neverlandjulia wrote:My parents also think it's dangerous because it's a way out of the real world and "it leads to later drug abuse because it works the same way".
If they go see a movie on tv or in a movie theatre, tell them the same thing.
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