That's some unique dream action you got going on there. I wish I could continue where I left off in my dreams each night. It's good that you already got some control over your dreams before diving into the technical aspects that his website offers.
I have an idea. Once you start refining your control over dreams, try having direct or indirect conversations with your inner self about the trauma that you are going through.
For example, while lucid in a dream, say out loud "tell me why I act X way about X.", "why do I feel X about such and such?" (X being something related to your trauma). Your subconscious mind will reveal things to you that you didn't know existed. It could be good or bad, but it's better to find out than not know. Be creative with it. Your mind knows more about you than you do yourself if that makes any sense.
By the way, I'm Army. Deploying to Afghanistan before the end of this year. I plan on having an extraordinary and interesting dream life over there given the stressful environment. I also hear the star-gazing is legit there. My LDs will consist of visiting them. I think my dream life has made me more of a sane person, and will help keep me sane while over there. PM me if you want to know more.
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Arcadian wrote:I think my dream life has made me more of a sane person
I am not in the army, but I question everything about reality and who I am as a person and my 'dream life' keeps me sane aswell. I have heard others say that after a good lucid dream they feel a sense of a 'glow' about them for a few days. I feel the same. Especially when you come face to face with what is troubling you and conquer it.
Let it happen. It is your own mind being theraputic.
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