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by Fira
10 Jun 2015 04:32
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: First Lucid Dream!
Replies: 0
Views: 528

First Lucid Dream!

So! I had my first ever lucid dream early this morning. It was very short and my lucidity was definitely low-level. Before I became lucid, I was dreaming that my uncle was being chased by some sort of monster. He was running down some stairs into a basement/garage and twisted his back wrong and real...
by Fira
10 Jun 2015 04:01
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Is it normal?
Replies: 3
Views: 899

Re: Is it normal?

1. Is it weird to like nightmares? 2. Is it weird to be analytic over scary situations or even every situation? 3. Is it weird that only one of my reality checks actually worked? (Both were putting my hand through something) 4. Is it weird that I'm actually able to take some of my feelings from rea...
by Fira
26 May 2015 02:14
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Trouble Sleeping/Inducing LDs
Replies: 1
Views: 524

Trouble Sleeping/Inducing LDs

I have insomnia, most of it due to the fact that I don't feel tired til around midnight, so I end up reading on my phone for hours cos my dad wants me to asleep by ten at the latest. But having a backlit phone isn't good for sleeping or lucid dreaming. My other problem is that if I don't let my mind...
by Fira
26 May 2015 02:05
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Different Lucid Entry Technique
Replies: 2
Views: 820

Re: Different Lucid Entry Technique

They have stuff like this. Like, sleep masks that tell when you're at REM sleep and flash lights at your closed eyes so that you see them while you're dreaming and be able to become lucid from them.
by Fira
26 May 2015 02:03
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: MILD HELP!
Replies: 2
Views: 678

Re: MILD HELP!

And do i have to wake up like 6 hours after and then do it? No you don't. In fact, you're not supposed to. When you tell yourself over and over again that you're going to have a lucid dream as you fall asleep, that's when you're supposed to do it. Don't wake yourself up six hours after going to sle...
by Fira
26 May 2015 01:16
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: hello
Replies: 1
Views: 488

Re: hello

I too am a writer and share your belief about wanting everyone to get along and not wanting to shove my ideals down anyone's throat. I have not yet had a single lucid dream, though I only got serious about it a few months ago, then gave up for about a month, and decided yesterday to keep trying agai...
by Fira
26 May 2015 01:06
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: Hi there :)
Replies: 4
Views: 733

Re: Hi there :)

It's okay if you don't remember your dream(s) entirely. Sometimes all I get are snippets, and sometimes when I wake up I know that I dreamed, but don't remember anything. Recalling more and more of your dreams will come with time. Don't try to force the memory of your dreams, and just write down wha...
by Fira
26 May 2015 01:03
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: Good Morning!
Replies: 2
Views: 705

Re: Good Morning!

I suppose you can do what you want, as they're your dreams. However, lucid dreaming is perfectly, 100% safe. The only way lucid dreaming could "cause you to go insane" is if you weren't mentally stable to begin with. If you're having trouble distinguishing between what's real and what's no...
by Fira
10 Apr 2015 17:56
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Was this the beginning of a lucid dream, or...
Replies: 4
Views: 572

Re: Was this the beginning of a lucid dream, or...

Thanks for the insight. I'll try doing reality checks when I go through doorways now. That is an interesting little tidbit. Maybe trying incubate a dream of walking through a doorway will help me become lucid, as this is the first time I've even come close to a LD since I started practicing a little...

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