We all have dry times
Anyway, I quit tea, got accustomed to the knew bed over time and just decide to forget about lucid dreaming and enjoy regular dreams again. I started to get excited before bed just wondering what the hell I would dream about that night because I can never predict it. I would then write it down the next day and just had fun enjoying my non-lucid dreams.
Just this morning I woke up and didn't have any memorable dreams, a few short flashes of memory out of context but nothing worth recording. So it happens, but if lucid once, I bet you will be again. I use to have a few lucid dreams per YEAR and I was actually quite happy with that. (At the time, I never discussed it and enjoyed those few I had. Now it would feel like a dryspell.)
Anyway, in conclusion. (1) Is there anything in your waking life that is stressfull or different that can affect your sleep? (2) Just enjoy your regular dreams and recall them not just in the morning but throughout the day as though they are a memory of something that ACTUALLY happened. (and in many ways it did didn't it?)
However I am slowly starting to get back in the game, the key is to prove your commitment, buy a journal and before you go to bed write the date and everything on the journal and when you wake up write down anything and everything no matter how trivial it seems, it will at least improve your recall for next time.
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Imagine there are waves of positivity rushing through your body with each breath you take.
Breathe deeply, now
Feel what it would feel like to be in a beginner's mind again, excited about the possibilities of lucid dreaming.
Imagine that feeling and imagine what it feels like to have that feeling of doing the basics and having a fascinating lucid dream.
While you're imagining that, imagine that there is nothing you can do except be in this calm-happy state, like you are free of that worry and fear. Imagine this feeling will stick with you as you state your intention to lucid dream. Imagine what it feels like to become aware inside the dream. Visualize what it's like to record your awesome dreams, and enjoy being free of the fear of not lucid dreaming.
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