why don't you try the WBTB technique
usually, i can't remember my dreams too, but since i try the WBTB technique, i remember my dreams clearly every night!
oh and.. i did that too here > http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1960
Guess what!? i had my forst lucid dream last night! i dont remember anything except for when i realized that i was dreaming and howni got really excited then i remembered to calm down. i jumped off some stairs to try and fly, but it didnt work. then i yelled my dream! i control it!. a girl came up to me and said, what? i was like, i am dreaming. thats all i remember. i know for sure it was a lucid dream, but looking back on it i keep questioning myself and the dream seems so dreamlike and not real. when you remember lucid dreams, is it supossed to feel this way? maybe it is because i didnt remember all of it...
Also, it seems familiar thinking back on my lucid dream. the excitement seemed very familiar, and then trying to do the impossible. in fact it seems very familiar. not the exact dream, but the emotions and actions associated with this dream. why? its almost spooky to me how familiar it is. i felt like i have had this before maybe? if i have, i don't remember it at all.
Also, i found out today that my sailing instructor lucid dreams alot! i described what it was to him and he was like, that happens to me all the time. i enfesezed how diffeent it is from a regular dream, but he still said yes. he told me about how in his dreams he always starts out in an underground dirt room below his house. also he says that he always has a brother in his dreams even though he doesnt in real life. he says he's never tried anything impossible, he just likes to explore. especially houses he says. he says he chooses which underground tunnels to take and just where to explore. isnt this cool? how has he done it with out even trying? i mean, it took me about a week to, and others months!
once again, sorry for sooo many questions, this topic just interests me so much and i get really excited when thinking about it.
I've been trying to lucid dream again for the past two weeks..
sorry this may be longwinded but
i have a few questions:
I've had sleep paralyse before last year but i panicked and didn't know what to do so i fully woke up..
so this time to achieve lucid dreaming i just have to sleep paralyse myself again (by not moving at all for 20 mins)
and then what do i do after that??
I've read sooo many forums and websites about the techniques and what to do next but so many contradict each other (e.g some say to open your physical eyes and some say never open your physical eyes..)
and also I'm very paranoid that i might get stuck in a nightmare but I've tried to tell myself that i can wake up anytime and that i am in charge of my dreams.. but it just isn't persuading me!
and also some say that a 'false awaking' means that you open your physical eyes and see that your in your room but you may not be??
ANYWAY I'm so confused!
so can someone tell me the exact steps after sleep paralyses??
thank you in advance!
If you're going to lucid dream because of some spirit world nonsense... I highly doubt you will succeed...
Lucid dreaming isn't about spirit world palm reading psychic nonsense!
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alexis5898 wrote:Hello my name is Alexis & i'm new at this i heard of lucid dreaming because my boyfriend is interested in mediation & entering the spirit world , I heard of lucid dreaming & i always wanted to try it . I have dreams most of the time i remember them but not everything that happens in them . First off i don't know if you can lucid dream at anytime day or night. How long does it take for you to start dreaming? do you have to lay perfectly still? I really need these questions answered because i really want to do it but i don't know if i just stay still clear my mind , have my hands beside me & just close my eyes & wait . i have tried that but it seems not to work , I always try to lucid dream in the morning or in the day time. But am i doing it wrong , Please help thanks .
i suggest you thoroughly read rebecca's blog about lucid dreaming, before continuing. Lucid dreaming is more than just laying still and wishing for it to happen (it CAN work that way, but don't hope for much succes). I've been trying to lucid dream for half a month and made little progress. Training your brain to lucid dream takes time, discipline and perseverance.
I also suggest your read Stephen Laberge's book Exploring the orld of Lucid Dreaming for tips on how to get started.
First LD: 30/08/2012
Thats what she told me a while back on something else I was up to and at a x-roads. You know what works and there is no easy way to get past that
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