I forget where I read it, but another suggesting to get yourself to be aware of real lucid dreaming is to put aside part of your day and just pretend you ARE dreaming (during regular waking time) and try to think to yourself that you're experiencing a lucid dream. I had some success with that method. Try to think of it like building up your dream muscles, it could take a good long time to get them strong enough to have a lucid dream. I've notices a whole lot of younger folks, like yourself joining recently, which is really cool. I recall that I first began experiening lucid dream just around that age, but at the time I didn't know there was a word for it.
Hope that idea helps out some, but don't stop doing what you already were, either.
Also, I have more lucid dream when I read about dream in general, so this site and any book you can get your hands on on the subject will keep it fore front in your mind and increase your chances.
I'm sorry to keep asking a lot of questions and bunging all of my questions on to you and I thank you for replying. If you have any more beginner tips that would be useful to me, i would very much appreciate them.
Thanks once again.
Currently I have two books on dreams that I am reading, Robert Waggoners book title Lucid Dreaming, and Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams. Robert's book really had me hooked. He talked about things I had not considered or thought about were dreams are concerned, so some of his info. was really new and I had a lucid dream that same night, but I think it has less to do with the book than my own excitement of the material. SO what I am saying is that the book can be the very best on the subject but if you're not into it it might not inspire a lucid dream.
Sylvia's book covered a lot of stuff I was already really familiar with, but then she discussed day dreams in one of her chapters and discussed some things I had never considered. I hadn't thought day dreams were so telling before, but I think it's worth paying attention to them, too.
I've read lots of others, and often had lucid dreams during those nights when what I was reading was particularly interesting. So another suggestion would be to just read as much as you can on the subject, and try to make it fun for yourself.
I've been doing reality checks, writing down dreams and saying to myself "im a lucid dreamer, i am dreaming" as i've been going to sleep. i've also read and taken in a lot of the information and know a fair bit about lucid dreaming. What else can i do that can ensure me to have a lucid dream. It's been about a week and i'm not sure what else to do. i getting a little bit fed up that i haven't had one yet. Ill try brain entrainment as i drift off to sleep , but do you have any more advice please? also, after saying to myself im a lucid dreamer and im dreaming, i ve woken up every time ive done it in the middle of the night, but i remember my dreams well. Will this always be the case or is it just when you start out. Please help.
Thanks for your help
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