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Postby FREE866 » 03 Feb 2015 03:14

As I’m reading Robert waggoner's book and looking at the forums it seems like having an idea of what I want in a lucid dream, or striving for an experience in a lucid dream is that correct? And if so if wanting to go back in time a realistic goal? Like say taking a train to NYC in the 1970s like I did years ago...any thoughts?

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Postby GalMutzafy » 03 Feb 2015 10:19

Yes, setting to yourself goals is very helpful because when you will be lucid in your dreams you will remember ''Oh, I wanted to fly first!'' for example, it is more recommend to be focused on one specific target rather than a few.

If you had a few lucid dreams, travel in time can be realistic, I think it is a more advanced stuff to do, but if you think you can do it, you can always try.
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Postby taniaaust1 » 03 Feb 2015 15:01

It doesnt matter at all what the goal is.

Yes they are helpful as stopping and thinking can disconnected one from a dream and can cause dream loss. If someone has a goal, it gives them something to aim for, the emotions of having a goal etc can hold them in the dream longer/better as it intensifies one focus into the dream environment (and not onto your body being in bed).
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Postby buildit » 04 Feb 2015 01:12

Either I'm having deja vu or I remember seeing this question on FB. ;) My answer is still the same. :D
Is Lucid Dreaming the brains preparation for the next step of human evolution when we can escape the corporeal bond of our bodies?

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