Which lucid dreaming technique should I use when I have medicine that don't let me have lucid dreams? I had a very vivid flying dream few days ago, but I took medicine much earlier that day, before going to sleep again. What do you suggest? Should I cotinue that kind of routine and take those about 8 hours earlier before going to sleep again?
What kind f techinque would be best for me?
And I have a remee mask also, I know that I sleep about 7 hours 45 minutes a night, when should I program my remee to wake up at night? I mean when is the best rem cycle to wake up? And which binaural beats go together with remee the best? I think this is something you can't read anywhere since there are not that much info about remee on this site...
What about long term hypnosis for lucid dreaming? What should I use in the hypnosis script?
Thank you very much!
which reality check do you recommend to use?
Creator wrote:lucidinthe sky wrote:Creator wrote:Why must your mind manifest scary images during REM Atonia? Why don't you see a little girl playing with a skipping rope, instead of demonic figures?
Which is more representative of your fears: A little girl skipping rope or demonic figures?
But why fears?
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I think ones strongest emotions will often manifest in dreams not necessarily fears, it could be something happy too if its carried a strong emotion to it.
A little girl skipping rope isnt something which makes a lot of emotional impact on most...not an image strongly imprinted in our subconciousness... doesnt hold a lot of great meaning to most of us.
The subconciousness also uses dreams to also heal things or work things out including fears but that could just as easily be dreams of sorting school or life stuff out or whatever (still doesnt have to be necessarily fear).
Rebecca wrote:Hi everyone
Issue #1 (December 2013) of Ask The Experts is now available online!
Our answers started becoming quite in-depth, so we only covered 4 questions in the first issue. I think that's actually turned out for the best, though, because it means we can really get to the meat of the issue.
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Hi Rebecca.. I loved the following part
"Or let's go all-out: ten eyes down the left, eleven eyes down the right, a giant nose and a mouth coming out of the nostril. I'm confident I've never seen that guy before. So at face value (sorry) the quote is disprovable."
"There was this one lucid I had (the entry has long ago been deleted) where I went exploring, and came about this old house. There was this lady there who I didn't recognize, but she said she used to baby sit me. When I woke up, I asked my pops about the lady, and when I described her, he said I was pretty much spot on. The dream itself wasn't mind bending, but the fact that I was able to remember someone who I don't remember at all in waking life was pretty amazing."
In other words, are dreams like a huge memory bank of your whole life and everything you've experienced and can you relive them?
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It gets confusing. Did I actually have this conversation while "awake" or in a dream? The line is getting blurred. Does this make sense to anyone? Is this normal?
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