upcomingdreamer wrote:Hello mates. I am happy that I found this forum. Like others even I want to experience the LUCID DREAMS. I tried few times but I fell asleep. I think I know the concept but help from the others is really appreciated.
Keep a Dream Journal
Reality check 24/7
Once the Reality Check sets in, when you are in a dream, you will eventually be able to see something that shouldn't be there, and will finally be conscious that it is a dream
SpongeBob realizes something is amiss when he sees that massive sized clone of his. Then he asks himself if he is still dreaming. Then it hits him. He then becomes consciously aware he is dreaming.
That technique you insist on using is usually hard for most users to pull off, especially for someone new at it (although I did somehow pull it off as a small child). But if you insist at trying at it, how about using it the way I tried it when I was young, using the TV and really early in the morning, preferably wake back to bed (I'd say 1-2AM)? Watch a dimly lit TV (no horror, comedy, or hypnotizing shows) for at least 3 hours without moving your body. Don't move a muscle, twitch, or anything. No matter what you feel inside while watching TV, remain cool and don't move.