I'm wondering how others manage the demands of work lives and the desire to attend to your lucid dream 'training'.
(Although, as an aside, and a point of interest, once during a dream, the alarm went off in real life, and it appeared in my dream as a splash of red across the dreamscape; like red paint. As I awoke the color became the sound. Hard to explain. )
neverlandjulia wrote:well, I have the alarms set up through the day, every hour, to keep reminding me about RT. they last only around 30 sec. and in the morning I have alarm set around 15 minutes earlier than needed so I could relax and recall. my problem is what to do when I wake up several times at night; do I write up my dreams or practise MILD? because I'm a newbie and usually while practising MILD I just fall asleep and forget my previous dreams...
If I were you, I would prioritize dream recall over practicing MILD. There is no point in trying to induce a LD if you forget the darn thing. Once your dream recall is good enough, you should practice MILD or other techniques.
I do a LOT of RC's, though it depends on the situation; being concentrated on homework means less reality checks. I just take a short pause for a few seconds, check my hands for unnatural deformations, attempt to stick my finger through my hand, try to remember who I am, what I am doing and where I am. I also attempt to WILD every afternoon, I feel I am getting better at it.
As for the desire, I really want to LD. A large portion of my daily thoughts are about dreaming and what I could do in them. Not getting a LD in a night doesn't really matter to me, the dreams themselves are amusng enough.
Lucid Dream Count: 31+
Normal Dream Count: +∞
Objective: Make 30 Lucid-Dreams this year(2016).
mia wrote:I have a job that is very active and mentally demanding. It leaves me little opportunity to attend to 'reality checks' or other suggested daytime activities that are meant to enhance the number of lucid dream occurrences.
I occassionally do reality checks while in the loo. You can also try to do non obvious kind of reality checking while at work.. eg look at a clock on a wall and see if there is anything weird going on about it, got a page of writing before you.. study it looking for weirdness etc.
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