Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

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Peter
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Re: Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

Postby Peter » 19 May 2012 21:45

I watched a model form up a while back. It started as a small hoop and then added bits to itself, ran for a while and then changed, ran for a bit once more and so on. I am not sure how long it went for but the model build and self tested and changed as it needed to. It was amazing and I might build it one day. All this was HI and I just watched it all without trying to change anything. I have seen this plenty of times and its quite real. I have watched engines run and bearings change size or shape if they heat up in this VR world and so ajust themselves to a better fit.
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Re: Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

Postby Ryan » 26 May 2012 01:29

Here's a post from another forum with a bit more information regarding what I was referring to before about speaking while projecting and the Monroe Explorer team:

http://www.explorations-in-consciousness.com/forums/index.php?topic=2363.msg14576#msg14576
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Re: Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

Postby Peter » 26 May 2012 06:50

good link and the interview with Tom Campbell in interesting. I have read My BigToe and will give it another read at some time. Do you know how or what method they used to induce OBE. It must have been effective to get the number they needed to be consistent in experiments.
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Re: Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

Postby Ryan » 26 May 2012 16:54

Well, Robert Monroe trained them personally... and this was back in the 70's, and they're using the Monroe Focus Model. They're probably using what he described in his first book.

In effect though, the method they used is probably secondary to the fact that they were training many hours, many times a week.
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Re: Alternative Uses for Lucid Dreaming?

Postby Peter » 26 May 2012 23:11

I have his books and will have a another look. You are most likely correct that its as much saturation and expecting it to work that would make the difference and get their results.
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