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by Jack Reacher
09 Sep 2014 10:35
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Is there a technique for morning?
Replies: 4
Views: 873

Re: Is there a technique for morning?

Depends on what you have planned for the day.

If you just woke up in the morning and want to have an LD, I suggest drinking coffee and then going for a long 3 hour walk. Then come home and try any modern technique you like and you should be sweet.
by Jack Reacher
09 Sep 2014 10:23
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Fun trick to try while walking/whatever.
Replies: 17
Views: 3841

Re: Fun trick to try while walking/whatever.

Well that depends on where you want total awareness in your day :D
by Jack Reacher
09 Sep 2014 02:06
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: How I MASTERED Lucid Dreaming in One Night!
Replies: 33
Views: 9678

Re: How I MASTERED Lucid Dreaming in One Night!

I'm sorry, but I just don't believe you. The format with which you wrote the initial post seems like bait to get people hooked, just like a scam artist might do. Then, you highlight these amazing secrets that will ensure that you will lucid dream whenever you want, and then you don't even present i...
by Jack Reacher
08 Sep 2014 00:35
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: How I MASTERED Lucid Dreaming in One Night!
Replies: 33
Views: 9678

Re: How I MASTERED Lucid Dreaming in One Night!

Motivation and timing are the most crucial factors for me... mostly motivation.

EDIT: Also wanna point out that mastering it one night isn't very comforting to those who wanna do it long term, it just doesn't have that much weight to it if you just did it for one night you know?
by Jack Reacher
08 Sep 2014 00:31
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Fun trick to try while walking/whatever.
Replies: 17
Views: 3841

Re: Fun trick to try while walking/whatever.

It is sort of related to Lucid Dreaming in the sense that it is a mindful activity, so it sort of reinforces the mindset you need to snap into a lucid dream. So its like a reality check, you are doing multiple things at once with this. But that isn't the reason why I made the topic.
by Jack Reacher
05 Sep 2014 08:11
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: The difference between waking life and the dream world.
Replies: 21
Views: 4288

Re: The difference between waking life and the dream world.

Nice answer, I would also like to reinforce the title that I mean waking life, so really im talking about our experiences as a whole, divided into two parts, when we are asleep, and when we are awake.
by Jack Reacher
05 Sep 2014 02:16
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: The difference between waking life and the dream world.
Replies: 21
Views: 4288

Re: The difference between waking life and the dream world.

That is a fascinating perspective to know that the dream world is not constrained by reality. It is constrained by the mind I suppose, which is in itself constrained to some degree by reality.
by Jack Reacher
04 Sep 2014 12:17
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: The difference between waking life and the dream world.
Replies: 21
Views: 4288

Re: The difference between waking life and the dream world.

Wasn't expecting a quality response so fast, nice one.

Keep em coming.
by Jack Reacher
04 Sep 2014 11:45
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: The difference between waking life and the dream world.
Replies: 21
Views: 4288

The difference between waking life and the dream world.

Where is the dividing line?

Or is there a dividing line?
by Jack Reacher
10 Aug 2014 12:18
Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
Topic: Calea Z (Liquid Extract form)
Replies: 7
Views: 2367

Re: Calea Z (Liquid Extract form)

Since I took it in that form, I haven't had any dreams anywhere near the scale of the dream I described that occurred around the period of consumption. However having said that I have taken it a few times since the OP and now and I haven't had anything remarkable to report. I will say that waking li...

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