REM-dreamer VS Remee?

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wowi132
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REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby wowi132 » 18 Dec 2012 19:41

Anyone tried these?
Which ones are the best
The REM-dreamer are about 100 $ more expensive than the remee, but if its better it might be worth the extra money.
anyways, can anyone give me some feedback on these, which one are the best?
Oh and does anyone have the so-called NovaDreamer i,ve heard so much about? cant find anywhere to buy it?

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Re: REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby Ryan » 19 Dec 2012 03:01

What are they exactly?
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Re: REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby wowi132 » 19 Dec 2012 07:27

These masks that are supposed to help you become lucid :3

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Re: REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby Ryan » 21 Dec 2012 04:38

wowi132 wrote:These masks that are supposed to help you become lucid :3

Ah...

Well, honestly... learn to do it yourself first, without any external help, perhaps binaural beats... THEN try the technology. That's just my opinion though. It will take a bit longer to get it, but in the end it's the journey that you benefit from, not the end goal.
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Re: REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby lucidinthe sky » 22 Dec 2012 00:30

Ryan wrote:
wowi132 wrote:These masks that are supposed to help you become lucid :3

Ah...

Well, honestly... learn to do it yourself first, without any external help, perhaps binaural beats... THEN try the technology. That's just my opinion though. It will take a bit longer to get it, but in the end it's the journey that you benefit from, not the end goal.


I agree. I first read about lucid dreaming in an airline magazine. I was intrigued by the article which often quoted Steven Laberge and was based on his research. At the time he was advocating his version of the mask, the Nova Dreamer. I thought to myself "How cool, a lucid dreaming machine! Just hook up and presto! Lucid dreams!" The problem is that you still need to recognize (and act on) the dream signs created by the mask. That isn't much different from just learning your normal dream signs and learning how to act on those. That's the bigger part of job. I think it helps, but you still have to do everything else, plus you end up walking with crutches. Sooner or later you will want to take them off then you are back to learning again. I would recommend learning without it, that's what most people do.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world? Morpheus

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Re: REM-dreamer VS Remee?

Postby Chrono » 22 Dec 2012 15:39

Being a newbie I can't recommend stuff. But luckily I found this: http://luciddreamingapp.com/
Towards the end its all about the Remee :shock:


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