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luciddreamer49
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now.

Postby luciddreamer49 » 15 Oct 2013 01:41

I just recently started doing rcs again and really getting in to ld. Its been a little over a week. I want a ld tonight. Please. I really want one.

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tea
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Re: now.

Postby tea » 15 Oct 2013 09:26

so... what are you asking for?

if you want any tips; relax :)

i know, you really want a lucid dream and this is great! wanting something really badly can be useful since it usually increases the chances for achieving it (actually i believe that everything that happens in life is because of intention) but watch out! there is a border between being motivated and being desperate. too much pressure can lead to the opposite, so allow yourself to enjoy regular dreams aswell!


are you only doing RCs? plus, have you had a LD before?
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Re: now.

Postby chuckeles » 15 Oct 2013 19:19

Relaxed approach is definitely the best. However, I was desperate to have a lucid dream once and am now taking a more relaxed way. It still doesn't work, but oh well. If you won't have a lucid dream tonight, I suggest doing more than reality checks (B-MILD, SSILD...).
Do a reality check.

My fist lucid dream will be awesome!


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