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All I can say is you need to have patience and dedication. If you have those it pays off well even if it may take like months to have your first lucid dream, but the benefits will pays off so that would feel like nothing. Either way I am a beginner just like you and I hope we can lucid dream sooner ...
- 07 Aug 2012 22:54
- Forum: General Lucid Discussion
- Topic: To anyone who bought Lucid Dreaming: The Fast Track
- Replies: 4
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While the video is really beneficial for beginners you can also check other tips of tricks related to lucid dreaming on other resources. I will not post any other resource here since it would break the meaning of this site, but when in doubt to purchase something just do a couple of research on diff...
Generally, if you have to ask if it was a lucid dream, it probably wasn't. It looks like you were very close to lucidity, but never had that a-ha moment where you said "Yes, I'm dreaming." Without that realization it's not a LD. But you are very close. And that voice was probably your sub...
- 07 Aug 2012 01:43
- Forum: For Beginners
- Topic: HELP! I try to LD but nothing happens..
- Replies: 17
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Well I am a starter with lucid dreaming myself, but I have experienced my first Lucid dreaming last night through WBTB and WILD after I went back to bed. Basically what I did is after 5 hours I sleep I woke up (Alarm) and then I took a shower and did a 15 minute meditation. After that I went back to...
(Went to bed around 10:30 PM) So around 3:50 AM I woke up and went to take a shower. At around 4:10 AM I did a meditation until 4:25 AM. So right after I did the WILD technique and I fell into a dream. I started to dream about where I am living at my grand mothers houses where my Uncle's stuffs are ...