finally something that resonates!

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AliceInLucidan
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finally something that resonates!

Postby AliceInLucidan » 08 Jan 2012 02:51

I have always held my dreams on WAY too high a pedestal. I'm always excited about going to bed because I have the weirdest, but most awesome dreams and I've always wanted dreaming to be a bigger part of my life...especially because I felt that it's the one very efficient way to get in touch with your subconscious and find out what it truly wants you to do.

So, I couldn't resist once I found out about Lucid dreaming, I started about 3 days ago with the training, and I've already gotten some remarkable results, and heck, I'm quite happy.

Right, sorry, forgot to introduce myself. My name is Alice, I'm a pretty imaginative person, I even delved into recreating my dreams with photoshop (something which I have gotten quite good at by now), since writing them down sometimes doesn't suffice. I've always felt the need to be a PART of my dreams and I think this is the way.

Looking forward to sleeping ;)

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HAGART
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Joined: 05 Jan 2012 21:09
Location: CANADA

Re: finally something that resonates!

Postby HAGART » 08 Jan 2012 03:29

Hi!
I lucid dream often and just joined a few days ago.

I've gotten the impression that a lot of people here, like me (or, I, to be grammatically correct), are imaginative, creative, artist-type personalities, as you have described yourself. I wonder if there is a correlation between avid dreamers, (whether lucid or not), and creativity. Or do the dreams spark creativity?

What came first? The chicken or the egg?
Bah! Let's all just enjoy a chicken omelette!

I get too deep sometimes.... :ugeek:
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.


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