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CookieMonster:3
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Hi!

Postby CookieMonster:3 » 23 Dec 2013 18:23

Um, hello everyone!
To begin with, I'm a 14 year old girl. One of my friends introduced a book to me called 'The Complete Book of Dreams and Dreaming'. The book mention lucid dreaming and I found the topic very interesting. So I googled it and ta-da! This sight came up. This sight is perfect. I've been spending a lot of my Christmas vacation reading Rebecca's articles. Both my mom and my sister think this is very silly, so I can't wait to have my first lucid dream. Any tips?

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pluginmango
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Joined: 17 Dec 2013 11:23
Location: Belgium

Re: Hi!

Postby pluginmango » 23 Dec 2013 19:10

Hi Cookiemonster!

Welcome to the forum, i'm new here too ;)
Have your mom and sister read the book? Maybe they'd change their opinion on it when they did :D
As far as my tip goes: don't try to rush it too much! I've been working on it for over a week now and I found that it's much easier for me to have a lucid dream when I don't ponder on it too much ;)

The few lucid dreams I had were actually "accidental".

Good luck with your first LD and feel free to share it with us if you like to :D
Happy Holidays!
There is no spoon

CookieMonster:3
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Joined: 23 Dec 2013 18:15
Location: New York State, USA

Re: Hi!

Postby CookieMonster:3 » 23 Dec 2013 21:26

pluginmango wrote:Hi Cookiemonster!

Welcome to the forum, i'm new here too ;)
Have your mom and sister read the book? Maybe they'd change their opinion on it when they did :D
As far as my tip goes: don't try to rush it too much! I've been working on it for over a week now and I found that it's much easier for me to have a lucid dream when I don't ponder on it too much ;)

The few lucid dreams I had were actually "accidental".

Good luck with your first LD and feel free to share it with us if you like to :D
Happy Holidays!
pluginmango wrote:Hi Cookiemonster!

Welcome to the forum, i'm new here too ;)
Have your mom and sister read the book? Maybe they'd change their opinion on it when they did :D
As far as my tip goes: don't try to rush it too much! I've been working on it for over a week now and I found that it's much easier for me to have a lucid dream when I don't ponder on it too much ;)

The few lucid dreams I had were actually "accidental".

Good luck with your first LD and feel free to share it with us if you like to :D
Happy Holidays!





Thank you very much. I don't think having them read the book would change anything. They think very alike. They aren't very open to new ideas. It doesn't matter though. Thank you for your tip!

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HAGART
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Location: CANADA

Re: Hi!

Postby HAGART » 27 Dec 2013 21:56

My mother thinks it's silly too.
But that means I know I'm on the right track for inner growth.
Sometimes we have to defy them, and mother doesn't always know best. ;)
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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JonSnowLD
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Joined: 28 Dec 2013 22:08

Re: Hi!

Postby JonSnowLD » 28 Dec 2013 22:44

my family and most of my friends are pretty much the same too, they all think my fascination with LDs is a bit silly ;)
Target number of Lucid Dreams this month: 3
Lucid Dreams this month: 2

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HAGART
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Re: Hi!

Postby HAGART » 29 Dec 2013 02:46

We are Alice in wonderland, and although it's hard to explain, there is nothing silly about it.
Our mothers will scoff at us when we try to explain a 'white rabbit', but it makes sense to us.

Making sense of the absurd is what dreaming is all about! ;)
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.


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