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by Summerlander
29 Nov 2012 12:28
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Does sleep deprivation create SPOOKY lucid dreams?
Replies: 12
Views: 3102

Re: Does sleep deprivation create SPOOKY lucid dreams?

Hmmm... Interesting. As a kid I was having lucid nightmares. Albino men would come to terrorise me and I distinctly remember once that my voice failed to call for help when one of them pressed a finger on my navel. I was a child and scared at the time and unable to understand what was happening. The...
by Summerlander
27 Nov 2012 14:07
Forum: Share Your Non-Lucid Dreams
Topic: THIS DOSN'T MAKE SENSE CONFUSED
Replies: 4
Views: 1541

Re: THIS DOSN'T MAKE SENSE CONFUSED

Nothing wrong with being inquisitive - in fact, it is a hallmark of intelligence. It is by asking questions that one obtains information after all. You experienced something that confused you and you wanted to see people's perspectives on it. It's only natural that you want to know. ;)
by Summerlander
25 Nov 2012 19:37
Forum: Share Your Non-Lucid Dreams
Topic: THIS DOSN'T MAKE SENSE CONFUSED
Replies: 4
Views: 1541

Re: THIS DOSN'T MAKE SENSE CONFUSED

It is possible to read in dreams. Often, large text is easier. There is a reality check proposed by Michael Raduga that is almost foolproof. He terms it the "hyper-concentration" method. It involves staring at something in the lucid dream world for 10-20 seconds and from a distance of 4-6 ...
by Summerlander
25 Nov 2012 19:16
Forum: Paranormal Activity
Topic: My lucid dream experiences and some unanswered questions
Replies: 3
Views: 2511

Re: My lucid dream experiences and some unanswered questions

Its not that a event happen which I die from, its just that I see my physical body lying lifeless on my bed without knowing why it died, I am not breathing anymore which is something that normally happens with me when im having a ''normal'' out of body experience but now its just lying there being ...
by Summerlander
25 Nov 2012 14:25
Forum: Paranormal Activity
Topic: My lucid dream experiences and some unanswered questions
Replies: 3
Views: 2511

Re: My lucid dream experiences and some unanswered questions

I've been having lucid dreams since I was 6 years old, I was tortured by the same nightmare over and over again I can relate to this. I was as young as 4 or 5. I also had frequent out-of-bodies and false awakenings that I wouldm describe to my mother as the "dreams that feel real". But no...
by Summerlander
25 Nov 2012 14:08
Forum: Dream Interpretation
Topic: A Frequent Occurrance...
Replies: 4
Views: 1550

Re: A Frequent Occurrance...

You are still thinking about him and what happened. If one dwells on something in thought, the probability of that becoming a frequent topic of dreams is high. Perhaps you also feel that you have some unresolved issues with him or things that you would like to say to him but didn't get the chance......
by Summerlander
23 Nov 2012 23:37
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: lucid dreams
Replies: 2
Views: 796

Re: lucid dreams

If you didn't know that you were dreaming and yet some sort of déjà vu or recalled sequence of events from previous dreaming came to mind which matched the present situation, then no , you were NOT lucid dreaming. Despite the recurrent theme (and potential dream sign, mind you) the current situation...
by Summerlander
23 Nov 2012 23:10
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: New book ''Proof of Heaven''
Replies: 15
Views: 3299

Re: New book ''Proof of Heaven''

What a crock of poo! And what a gimmick that only the gullible and impressionable would buy. If the author is a neuroscientist, he is a pseudo one. If his story is true, I can assure you that his brain was active. It is a fact that most hospitals do not have the right equipment to dig as deep as som...
by Summerlander
23 Nov 2012 22:28
Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
Topic: Trouble Recalling Dreams
Replies: 2
Views: 906

Re: Trouble Recalling Dreams

I just decided to have a go at LaBerge's dream sign inventory recently. In two days I went from remembering two dreams to remembering seven! Seven! And simply because I was not only eager to record my dreams but I also thought about how wonderful and fun it would be to notice a considerable improvem...
by Summerlander
20 Nov 2012 00:34
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: Lucid Dream or Not
Replies: 4
Views: 928

Re: Lucid Dream or Not

You need to work on two things. First, you need to work on your self-awareness (you can do this in the real world by paying attention to your actions) and also use a dream journal to help you with dream recall. Secondly, once you manage to induce a lucid dream, you need to work on intensifying your ...

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