I'm giving it my all and I am really ambitious with my goals of lucidity.. so please provide your input wherever necessary and let's get this ship sailing!
What I discovered though was when I'd become lucid, sometimes the experience of being in the scene was so exciting (and I wanted to fly, interact, or explore) that I'd completely forget to say my per-arranged phrase or do my per-arranged gesture. I even wonder if doing things like this has any benefit while lucid...although I did find that doing it, can be like grounding yourself, and not letting the excitement or happiness of realizing you are lucid again, be so overwhelming (almost like mentally calming yourself before a big game or a big race).
I also think for people who are close to lucid dreaming, it could be a useful technique because if they keep telling themselves, I want to do this or say that when I am dreaming, when it actually occurs, it act as a trigger and can bring about full blown lucidity.
I'm going to try to "practice" this via visualization and dream incubation for an hour b4 bed, for a week. I think it's a matter of commitment, like anything else in life right.
Thanks for your input, you gave me a great idea!
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