I'd worry about taking a pill. You do need to enter fully into your dreams for your mind to process what you've learned through the day. If you do use it, I'd suggest doing it on a Friday or Saturday night, not before going back to school/work.
They also have special masks that will shine LEDs on your eyes when you reach REM.
I've never needed any of those, so can't say if they work.
You say you've only been interested in LD for a couple of weeks... that isnt long at all. Attitude can be very important when it comes to LD.
Do u have your dream journal sitting right by your bed each night with a pen.. if not.. you need to have it there. If you cant remember a dream whenever you awake.. then write in how you wake up feeling. Its important to start using the journal in some way to hopefully start waking up remembering some dreams.
Cloverfield wrote:Yeah my journal is right next to my bed but I usually feel nothing when I wake up. I used a dream graph last night on my phone and it showed that in 7 hours I had 2 dreams but the last dream finished about 2 and a half hours before I woke up. That's enough time to forget most of the dream. I may sound negative in this thread but I am a very optimistic person and I go to sleep each night believing that will be the night to have some affect on my dream so I don't think I'm hindering myself there. I am a very determined person so although it's only been 2 weeks I have spent many many hours reading up on numerous websites etc to get my brain to acknowledge that I want it to happen. We'll see how it goes.
If it isnt going to interfere with school or a job.. you could try setting an alarm to wake u up at certain time during the night and hopefully wake you right in a dream which you will remember (then dont forgot to write it)... it could depend on your timing.
Or get around the cant remember the dreams issue be instead doing WILD as then one doesnt loose waking consciousness in the first place.
Most of us also go throu patches were remembering dreams may be harder to do.. maybe you could even be going throu a patch like that. (if that was the case, taking a break from things for a month and then coming back to it may be the best thing to do).
If no images, how did you feel right upon waking. Or how are you feeling when you have the pen in hand attempting to write? What was your first thought upon waking? What are you thinking when trying to write down your dreams?
One always feels something or thinks something. Direct your awareness toward these if you don't remember a full dream. Write these down. Get in the habit of writing upon waking and the dreams will come.
That supplement site looks a bit sketchy honestly. I've done all kinds of supplements and aids along my journey, and I got a bad feeling about the quality of those supplements.
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