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by Peter
05 Apr 2019 16:13
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Screens before bed
Replies: 3
Views: 75

Re: Screens before bed

Not for me, I look at 5 screens from 2am to 3am every morning and have plenty of dreams, lucid dreams and recall. it more about how well you sleep
by Peter
29 Mar 2019 06:32
Forum: Share Your Lucid Dreams
Topic: Wires and Water
Replies: 2
Views: 254

Re: Wires and Water

03/29/2019 Mirror Mirror Lucid and very aware Big night dreaming, left a few out as it’s a bit long as it is, and these notes are core of a very deep and to me interesting lucid dream. The space I ended up in had the quality of my normal waking world. In and out of dreams about 3 times, some strong ...
by Peter
21 Mar 2019 20:57
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: Hi from Spain
Replies: 2
Views: 107

Re: Hi from Spain

Hi and Welcome,

I have been to Spain twice in the last 2 years for cycle trips and had some awesome lucids over you way.

cheers
Peter
Moderator
by Peter
11 Mar 2019 15:26
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: I've been trying to L.D for a full year and still no luck. Help?
Replies: 3
Views: 103

Re: I've been trying to L.D for a full year and still no luck. Help?

WILD is hard to start with, can work well but takes some experience to be consistent and you are at school so need your sleep. Go for DILD, do the reality checks and don't sweat not having lucid dreams. Try on the weekend waking up and hour early and then back to sleep again and as you drift off thi...
by Peter
07 Feb 2019 07:20
Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
Topic: Lucid dreaming suppliments
Replies: 7
Views: 1463

Re: Lucid dreaming suppliments

yip, it gets your mind active and that keeps you awake. I work with coffee and so the active mind does not keep me up for long as I observe it and don't let it affect me as I can relax into it and that drags me into the dreamscape. Hard to describe how this happens as for years I had trouble sleepin...
by Peter
07 Feb 2019 07:16
Forum: Dream Control Specifics
Topic: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?
Replies: 5
Views: 282

Re: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?

WILD is being awake and not losing awareness when you drift into the dream and anytime it works you can call it a WILD. Don't get to hung up on REM and all the differing techniques, just think of dreaming and becoming aware in your dreams, do some regular reality checks so they become part of you ha...
by Peter
06 Feb 2019 07:33
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: SSILD Sensation induced lucid dream, i’m Having trouble with this an was hoping for some advice if possible
Replies: 6
Views: 674

Re: SSILD Sensation induced lucid dream, i’m Having trouble with this an was hoping for some advice if possible

sleep is sabotaging your efforts, what you are trying to do in a WILD is watch yourself go to sleep. one part of you mind observing the other going to sleep and then putting your awareness into that other world.

Just chill and don't push anything for a few days, this relaxing can work well
by Peter
06 Feb 2019 01:56
Forum: Dream Control Specifics
Topic: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?
Replies: 5
Views: 282

Re: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?

they are only hallucinations are only that and occur at REM onset so you are more in the dream that out. Don't fear them, greet them with some quiet observation and you will be in a dream and luicd in an instant. they are the doorway at times
by Peter
04 Feb 2019 20:48
Forum: Dream Control Specifics
Topic: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?
Replies: 5
Views: 282

Re: has anyone been able to remember the previous day of real life during a dream?

yip all the time and to firm up a WILD dream entry I will state my name, occupation, what I had for tea and so I am firmly embedded in the dream and all senses (dream senses) working.

Just something to practice
by Peter
04 Feb 2019 05:07
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Does breathing slowly and deeply help?
Replies: 2
Views: 163

Re: Does breathing slowly and deeply help?

breathe fully and deeply and expand the chest at the end of breathing in, don't force it and for me at around 20 to 30 breathes it has all changed to a light gentle breathing of its own accord. This is the point of relaxing into a nice calm state of mind and for me the beginning of a potential dream...

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