Anyway, to cut to the juicy bit: I've just read a book called Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements by Thomas Yuschak. The first time I did what it said I had about three LDs in one night, lasting about an hour in total – far longer and more involved than normal. And all it took was two (different) pills.
It's like the Olympics: you can train – with reality checks etc – for LDs or you can cheat/take a shortcut with (legal) drugs. Me, I now do both.
Elsewhere on this site, Rebecca says of this book: "Simply the most effective approach to inducing lucid dreams and out of body experiences." http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/lucid-dreaming-books.html
And she also talks about it here, at the bottom of this page: http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/lucid-dreaming-supplements.html
The technique is not recommended for under 18s, and I don't want to reveal it – you need to read the author's explanations and warnings before trying it.
The naughtier among you will be able to find the pdf online but others can buy it via the link four lines up (which I hope gives Rebecca a small commission).
After a year of patchy successes, long and stunning LDs are now on tap for me.
The only problem? My lucid dreams still end quickly...it didnt help at all. So I'm curios which two did you take to fix this problem? I even posted a topic about my problem with this today.
Last night I took choline and the G, and it did induce 5 lucid dreams, which is far more then I normally have in one night, the only problem was, all 5 where still only minutes long and I managed to accomplish nothing!!
It's so frustrating because the supplements are a powerful treat, but it's a waste of the powerful treat if if the lucid dreams are only minutes long and I can't accomplish anything!
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