REMEE

Discuss external aids which help you lucid dream including brainwave entrainment, supplements and herbs, lucid dream masks, and more.
eliabdematteis
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REMEE

Postby eliabdematteis » 04 Feb 2013 13:19

Hi, I have been trying to learn to lucid dream from a very long time now. Unfortunately it really doesn't come naturally to me.

I am currently seriously considering getting a REMEE and was just wondering whether anyone who has bought one already could write a brief review about what they thought of it. If you have one and used it please help by telling me and many others in the same position of uncertainty.

I also hope that Rebecca Turner get one any makes a review on it at some point soon, because with her great amount of experience in lucid dreaming it would be very useful. We can all hear what an expert lucid dreamer thinks of it, how well it works, and trust the reliability of her balanced and unbiased explanation.

Thanks,
Elia

oliverclay
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Location: Croydon

Re: REMEE

Postby oliverclay » 11 Jun 2013 11:19

For this natural lucid dreaming you have to practice lot more.


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