I believe that it is best for the health of this forum that I leave.I want to sincerely apologize for the arrogance and ignorance that I displayed. I apologize to Rebecca for posting links that may have diverted traffic from the forum.I also want to thank all the thoughtful, supportive people that make the World of Lucid a Dreaming Forum the great community that it is.
Rebecca, you have made an extremely supportive community of individuals. Nesgirl, sorry for the arrogance. You are a modest individual who has great knowledge to contribute. Peter, you are very kind, thoughtful, and have an excellent knowledge of scientific facts.HAGART, you have an admirable sense of humour, which brightens up the atmosphere of the forum. Thanks for all the tips you have given me in regards to my attitude. KonrdKronos and Goldkoron, I am sorry for the ignorance I displayed. You are very talented at what you do. ToraRubik, thanks for sending me the warning, but it's time I have moved on. Chaosdragoon, you are awesome, and extremely kind. I am sorry for any other individuals reading my posts who have been irritated by my arrogance.
I know what you are thinking 'Let's celebrate, LucidityMaster is leaving!' I understand this; I have been consistently showing arrogant, inappropriate behaviour, and it's time this has been put to an end.
Heck. I can lucid dream at will, but I am a loser. I have severe OCD that prevents me from getting a job, socially disabling Tourette's Syndrome (the rare swearing kind), depression, and social anxiety that prevents me from making friends. Lucid dreaming at will is my escape from this mess. That's why I was so angry at Lucidology, my Tourette's causes me to constantly move around, and I can WILD fine despite this.
Wishing you all the best of luck,
You are not a loser. You colour the world as much as the next person. You are a great lucid dreamer so you are in the right place here. I value your opinions, even if they at times clash with mine. It is a pleasure to have your input so try to reconsider.
What do you say?
I still need that link of course, but still you dont have to leave because of some troubles you faced. So again, dont leave, stay and set a good example of yourself.
I am sorry for the attitude and rudeness we all displayed toward you, we talked behind your back within our own secret club, (our skype discussion group). You don't need to leave, you need more people to talk to. Heck, you should join our skype group, we talk about lucid dreams every single day and always support each other.
If lucid dreaming is an escape from life, then you need to correct that. A true and experienced lucid dreamer should not escape to lucid dreaming, but escape from lucid dreaming to life.
(I'll edit this when I read the other comments and know how to word what I am thinking better....)
I think our friend here is afraid of upsetting people further. It's natural after a confrontation. But he shouldn't leave because of that. He should stay, freely express himself, and, if he happens to offend anyone, he can always apologise if an apology is indeed due. If a scenerio like that recurs we also need to ask ourselves if the complainant is being reasonable. This guy has shown us that he is big and humble enough to admit being wrong and has apologised. He is just a human being and I can somewhat empathise with him. I've been where he is minus the conditions (although I do think I'm a bit OCD myself).
Statistically, it may be true that people with certain conditions find it harder to lucid dream. But this is not strictly true for everyone. We still have a lot to learn about the human brain. Two individuals with OCD are not the same. They differ in many other areas. Where they differ may mean the difference between entering the lucid dream world with ease and with great trouble.
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But still, you're right summer the fact that he upset some people and regrets his actions makes him a good person and not a bad one.
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