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Ok, I know I've been the author of many stupid questions in the past, but please bear with me. I read on WebMD that if you lack sleep, you go straight into the vivid dreaming state. Is this advisable for lucid dream attempts, and if so, how many hours of sleep do I need to deprive myself of? (I'm 14.)
- 10 Nov 2012 17:12
- Forum: General Lucid Discussion
- Topic: Delirium? or something else?
- Replies: 2
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One night, I had the flu, and my temperature was 103 or 104, and I told myself that there was no way I'd have a lucid dream, might as well just try and get some sleep. As I lay there, part of my conscious mind shut down almost immediately. The rest of my mind started to pump out thoughts. At first, ...
1)Twice a week. Been pretty consistent. 2)I don't really use techniques, I've been lucid dreaming since I was a small child. Back then I used the MILD technique, before I knew what it was called. 3)Yes, although the majority of those goals will never be accomplished. Your conscious mind doesn't work...
Last night, I didn't have any dreams at all. Not a single one. I woke in the middle of the night around early REM time for me and went back to sleep without even one dream. Its not that I don't remember the dreams, its just it was from blackness to blackness to blackness. Nothing. Ever since I start...
In my lucid dreams, I can simply faint on purpose, instantaneously ending the dream. Before though, I had to tell myself to focus the best I could and dispel the dream with all my willpower. That didn't mean that I woke up, though, I usually went straight into another dream. BTW, can you move in the...
- 28 Oct 2012 15:50
- Forum: For Beginners
- Topic: Is "trying to hard"/"obsessive fixation" detrimental
- Replies: 1
- Views: 668
No I don't think so. Ever since I became obsessed with lucid dreaming, my lucid dreaming frequency went up from one every few months or years to 2 a week. So don't worry!