Getting sick of Lucid Dreaming, help :(

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Getting sick of Lucid Dreaming, help :(

Postby Kman43759 » 10 Dec 2013 22:31

This may sound impossible but im really getting tired of lucid dreaming, every so often I quit and come back to it.
Here are my reasons

a) I only get maybe 1 a week and i dont remember them
b) No motivations (because my LD's are all boring and im never as creative in the dream for some reason as in real life)
c) I dont remember them because like i said in B. I have no motivation to dream journal

So my main questions are
1. How should I motivate myself to LD
2. How come im not as creative in the dream? This really bugs me... What can I do to be more creative in the dream
3. Is there an easier way to lucid dream other than intensive reality checks? Plz suggest some teqniques for me if there is

It will really help if somebody answers this, it could help me start lucid dreaming again

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Re: Getting sick of Lucid Dreaming, help :(

Postby RustyMinecart » 10 Dec 2013 23:01

Kman43759 wrote:2. How come im not as creative in the dream? This really bugs me... What can I do to be more creative in the dream
3. Is there an easier way to lucid dream other than intensive reality checks? Plz suggest some teqniques for me if there is
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I can help you with those last two questions. First, I also have some problems with creativity in lucid dreams. I have found that If you come up with some things to do beforehand, and think of the plans before you go to sleep, then you can keep those ideas in your lucid dream. Second, a pretty easy but powerful technique is DEILD. It has given me most of my lucid dreams.
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Re: Getting sick of Lucid Dreaming, help :(

Postby lucidinthe sky » 12 Dec 2013 17:55

Kman43759 wrote:This may sound impossible but im really getting tired of lucid dreaming, every so often I quit and come back to it.
Here are my reasons

a) I only get maybe 1 a week and i dont remember them
b) No motivations (because my LD's are all boring and im never as creative in the dream for some reason as in real life)
c) I dont remember them because like i said in B. I have no motivation to dream journal



It doesn't sound impossible to me at all, I think it happens to all of us. And it is hard work for most of us. I take breaks all the time from it. My lucid dreams are almost always really vivid and completely real, but have less than one a week most times. One a week is actually very good, but if you are tired of it take a break before you get burned out.

Would suggest working on deepening the experience and remembering, then allow your desire to return naturally which it probably will. As far as techniques go, I prefer WILD which doesn't require reality checks. I mainly do reality checks when I'm dreaming just to make sure and it helps me stabilize the dream. Yes, it's more difficult but worth the effort. Good luck.
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Re: Getting sick of Lucid Dreaming, help :(

Postby Kman43759 » 14 Dec 2013 17:18

Thanks everybody for the help, ill use your advice

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