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Postby GodFoster » 26 Jan 2012 19:28

OK last night i had my first lucid dream and let me tell you. pushing my fingers through my hand was awesome but not as awesome as stopping a tsunami and flying.Anyway it was quite short and blurry but still very enjoyable. My question is this, Does it get easier from here?

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Re: Success!!!!

Postby James » 27 Jan 2012 00:26

Generally, yes.
Learning a new technique will take a bit, but you have that inspuration of actually experiencing it tho.
Was it worth it?

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Re: Success!!!!

Postby Rebecca » 27 Jan 2012 07:31

Congrats! :D

Familiarity with the lucid induction will make it easier, yes. Give it time.

You can also employ techniques to make the dream clearer...

Great start though.
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Re: Success!!!!

Postby Chrispy » 27 Jan 2012 08:37

Congrats! Yes, it will get easier as you master your skills. And generally, the more I lucid dream the longer I'm able to lucid dream. Here's to many more lucid dreams to come! :P
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Re: Success!!!!

Postby SarahDank » 27 Jan 2012 10:43

Congrats :D

It will become much easier and a lot more clear in the future for you :)

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