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by Crane25
04 Dec 2018 22:10
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Dream Control -Changing scenery
Replies: 2
Views: 191

Dream Control -Changing scenery

I’ve gotten to the point where I’m having lucid dreams nearly every night (and remember at least one dream a night) and I’m working on dream control. I can summon people and control my own body pretty decently (I frequently go flying) but I’ve been having trouble changing the scenery. I did it once ...
by Crane25
22 Feb 2017 02:34
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Guided Meditation/Hypnosis
Replies: 3
Views: 604

Guided Meditation/Hypnosis

Does anyone have any links or reccomendations for guided meditation specifically for self awareness? I've many issues with self awareness and I tend to dissociate a lot during the day, and I believe it's holding back my full lucid potential, as self awareness is incredibly important to lucid dreamin...
by Crane25
11 Dec 2016 23:53
Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
Topic: Turmeric and Nutmeg
Replies: 14
Views: 11793

Re: Turmeric and Nutmeg

Turmeric is also available in teas. Perhaps try turmeric tea and see how it enhances dreams.
by Crane25
03 Dec 2016 06:46
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Lucid Techniques?
Replies: 2
Views: 603

Re: Lucid Techniques?

As for dream recall, it's good that you're keeping the journal, But one way to remember your dreams after you wake up, is not to move for a minute or two. This might sound ridiculous, however muscle movement directly after sleep has been known to disrupt the memory of our dreams, making it easier to...
by Crane25
03 Dec 2016 06:42
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Lucid Techniques?
Replies: 2
Views: 603

Re: Lucid Techniques?

Your reality check is a good way to practice self awareness. However, I'd reccomend a quicker reality check. -examine your palms (hands aren't as detailed in dreams) -look at a clock (numbers are weird in dreams) -try to push your fingers into one of your palms (if it goes through, that means you're...
by Crane25
21 Nov 2016 06:44
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Ok wtf?
Replies: 7
Views: 826

Re: Ok wtf?

I didn't consider this though: Do you dream often? And how is your dream recall? And the loud noise that woke you from your sleep paralysis, if it happens often, it is then referred to as "exploding head syndrome". Essentially your brain might trick itself into hearing a loud noise that i...
by Crane25
19 Nov 2016 23:47
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: No motivation?
Replies: 2
Views: 345

Re: No motivation?

I too, am currently in the process of getting over a dry spell. I had a large pause of dreams due to being busy. I had my first lucid dream in a year a night or two ago, and it's purely because I think I've become obsessed with researching sleep, dreams, brainwaves, etc. All I've been doing, is an h...
by Crane25
19 Nov 2016 05:40
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Ok wtf?
Replies: 7
Views: 826

Re: Ok wtf?

I didn't consider this though: Do you dream often? And how is your dream recall? And the loud noise that woke you from your sleep paralysis, if it happens often, it is then referred to as "exploding head syndrome". Essentially your brain might trick itself into hearing a loud noise that is...
by Crane25
19 Nov 2016 05:37
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Ok wtf?
Replies: 7
Views: 826

Re: Ok wtf?

There's no real reason why someone spontaneously gets sleep paralysis. And you're not always garunteed to have a lucid dream from any method (FILD, WILD, etc.). You're most likely to get sleep paralysis during REM sleep, so that might be an explanation. These things happen. However, it's incredibly ...
by Crane25
19 Nov 2016 05:31
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Help with Dream Journaling
Replies: 3
Views: 418

Re: Help with Dream Journaling

This might not be practical or easy in every case, but it works for me. You might be able to remember a dream for much longer if you don't move around immediately after waking up. I tend to wake up from a dream, and lay very still for a while. Apparently movement can disrupt the memory of a dream yo...

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