Today I also had another dream character fall in love with me, but I was nonlucid.
I've been feeling very loved lately now .
An elaborate explanation of possible lucid dream triggers and their mechanics, the effects they induce in the brain chemistry, dosage suggestions, possible side effects and how to avoid them, etc. A scientific analysis that's still easy to read and teaches you how to subtlely play with your brain chemistry and enhance your chances of becoming lucid.
I've been trying for almost a year now and have had rare successes... (i admit that i haven't always been comitting as much as i should have, but still, lucid dreaming has been on my mind every single day since i learned of its existence, so that alone should have given me some lucid dreams... But no, i remain mainly unsuccesful.). I'm starting to think that my brain chemistry isn't optimal for lucid dreaming (i'm not an easy sleeper...)
I'm thinking about amping up my chances by trying the supplements this guy suggests in his text.
First LD: 30/08/2012
Dreamer1488 wrote:Btw guys, do i have to lay on my back like a corpse when i want to do WILD?
I don't sleep like that..
For myself laying on my back to go to sleep or WILD really helps. The reason it helps as it ISNT my normal sleeping position at all, so it "breaks" the usual pattern of just going to sleep non lucid. It's very rare for me to LD except on my back. If you are in the pattern/habit of sleeping a certain way to fall into a non lucid state, if you lay in the same positon as normal you will have to try to break that pattern. The easiest way to break the pattern is to change the position you are going to sleep in.
On my back is now my bodies cue for "I want to lucid dream".
lp0611 wrote:I am a beginner lucid dreamer and was using binoural beats to slip into a lucid dream but haven't been successful yet. Do I have to keep my eyes open until my muscles and entire body is relaxed and then close them, or just keep them closed the entire time?
Best to have your eyes closed if you want to lucid dream or the normal surroundings distract one from falling asleep or dreaming.
Sander wrote:taniaaust1 wrote: Sander, if the just observing and expecting isnt working for you.. have you tried to move yourself towards the hypnagogia images at that point?
can you elaborate?
Imagine moving towards the images. There are energetic ways to do it but if you cant feel energy or your astral body just imagine moving towards them. By doing that you may be able to put yourself into one and whatever dream world it opens up to you.
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