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Eatmoreham
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Re: Hello World

Postby Eatmoreham » 17 May 2013 18:53

Welcome to the board, good to have you. I'm glad that lucid dreaming has affected you in such a positive way. 20 years of experience is a helluva lot of time to be lucid dreaming. Would you mind sharing how you typically go about obtaining lucidity?

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taniaaust1
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Re: Hello World

Postby taniaaust1 » 18 May 2013 08:59

I'm TigerLily and I just registered today. I'm 27 and been lucid dreaming for probably over 20 years now. My younger brother was a born lucid dreamer, and when I was having trouble with bad dreams, he was confused as to why I didn't take control of my dreams. So I tried, and it worked, and been mostly a happy dreamer ever since.


That's cool.. if you were around 7 at the time I guess your younger brother must of been quite young :) . Nice that he taught you that. It's a pity that everyone isnt taught about LD when young.
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