pet induced lucid dream

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giddie
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pet induced lucid dream

Postby giddie » 13 Oct 2012 16:23

My cat wakes me up through out the night to open the door to let her in and out of the room...is there any way I can use this to my advantage to induce lucid dreams?

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Psychosanity
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby Psychosanity » 13 Oct 2012 16:26

Maybe if she asks you in plain english to let her out one night. :P That oughta do it.

Seriously though, she's just waking you up. I don't see how that can help really, except giving you a WBTB opportunity.
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giddie
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby giddie » 13 Oct 2012 17:02

wbtb doesnt work for me...if i stay up longer than 20 minutes I cant fall back asleep

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Psychosanity
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby Psychosanity » 13 Oct 2012 17:34

Doesn't work for me either, yet. I'll keep trying anyway though. ;)
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giddie
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby giddie » 13 Oct 2012 18:50

ive done WBTB in the past and it took me about three and a half hours to fall back asleep...i did have lucid dreams and obes with this method but i just cant spend three and a half hours of my day trying to sleep anymore so im trying to do Mild at night before bed and that isnt very successful...ive read articles that say that Mild before bed at night works after time but so far it hasnt been working..I write in my dream journal every day, I do reality checks a few times a day and I meditate for 20 minutes a day...Is there a way to have lucids without WBTB???

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Lavendula
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby Lavendula » 18 Oct 2012 19:02

I Dont understand why but I always lucid dream better when my cat sleeps with me. So PILD could be a thing
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Re: pet induced lucid dream

Postby Mr.Lucid » 20 Oct 2012 17:58

My cat could help me with a WBTB (She wakes me up early in the morning meowing) but I can't go back to sleep after waking up (unless it is around 1-4 a.m) so I can't use this to make a lucid dream. BUT, you can. Experiment, and post results!


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