Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

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Mrpresident1
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Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

Postby Mrpresident1 » 28 Apr 2013 20:06

I have tried a few times to lucid dream, but I had no direct results. I have had about five randomly dated dreams that were semi lucid. Most of which were probably caused by an accidental WBTB effect. I have read the WBTB article many times and now every time I wake up in the middle of the night, I think about it, and have a semi lucid dream. The past three nights I have had them, and I decided to improve my streak of luck by moving up to a full lucid dream. I usually rely on the MILD incubation and imagination because I don't have time to meditate. These techniques have helped, but the only difference between these and regular dreams is that they are in first person, (HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR ME) I have a sense of touch, I can control some of it, and I have improved vision. Very seldom do I remember to demand clarity or rub my hands, but instead start doing fun things that usually cause me to wake up or eventually be interrupted by my alarm clock. For example, last night I remember suddenly learning that I was dreaming, and looking in the mirror. I thought it was cool, so I started walking through walls and eventually making it outside to attempt flying. I started to fly. I got up about fifteen feet, but then started to sway back and forth, not being able to control my flight. Then I wake up. I want to use one and only one technique (preferably on this site) to master the skill. There are just so many techniques that I usually mix them up and get no result. I am asking what easy one technique should I use to get to the all important fully lucid dream?

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Re: Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

Postby taniaaust1 » 30 Apr 2013 01:20

I am asking what easy one technique should I use to get to the all important fully lucid dream?


The thing is.. no one can tell you what the best technique "for you" is.
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Re: Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

Postby Mrpresident1 » 30 Apr 2013 01:34

taniaaust1 wrote:
I am asking what easy one technique should I use to get to the all important fully lucid dream?


The thing is.. no one can tell you what the best technique "for you" is.


True, there is no one trick for the best dreams, but I was looking for a way for beginners that beginners can stick with that has persistent results like the MILD or DILD.

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Re: Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

Postby PrototypeTEGTA » 01 May 2013 08:22

Mrpresident1 wrote:
taniaaust1 wrote:
I am asking what easy one technique should I use to get to the all important fully lucid dream?


The thing is.. no one can tell you what the best technique "for you" is.


True, there is no one trick for the best dreams, but I was looking for a way for beginners that beginners can stick with that has persistent results like the MILD or DILD.

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Have you ever tried the Clock Adjustment Technique?
http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/cycle-adjustment-technique.html
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Re: Stuck at Semi Lucid Dreams

Postby Mrpresident1 » 02 May 2013 00:05

Good idea. I'll try it.

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