Is it harder to lucid dream in adolecence?

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Ikamon357
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Is it harder to lucid dream in adolecence?

Postby Ikamon357 » 06 Mar 2012 04:40

Ive been trying to lucid dream for 2 months and 2 weeks with tons of commitment. Ive made sure everything ive done is effecient. Is it bad luck holding me back or is my age the restriction?
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Sir_Serix
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Re: Is it harder to lucid dream in adolecence?

Postby Sir_Serix » 06 Mar 2012 07:31

I'm actually and adollescent too, I don't think there's a disadvantage, at least Rebecca said she started at the age of 14,so I think we won't have any problem

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James
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Re: Is it harder to lucid dream in adolecence?

Postby James » 06 Mar 2012 09:15

Ikamon357 wrote:Ive been trying to lucid dream for 2 months and 2 weeks with tons of commitment. Ive made sure everything ive done is effecient. Is it bad luck holding me back or is my age the restriction?

Im the same, only i have had 3 lds in 3 months and im 12 (13 at the end of this month) People around our age need more sleep for development, but i dont mean if that means very deeply or not.
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