help me out, please

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help me out, please

Postby proprofound16 » 05 Dec 2012 03:59

I am really attracted to the aspect of lucid dreaming because of how vivid these dreams are supposed to be. I have never had very vivid dreams. Like, at all. I'm 16, and all of my dreams seem to be so random and not clear at all. The weird thing is, I am not able to see in my dreams very well. It feels like there is a film over the dream that often makes it where I have a hard time understanding whats going on. I just made a dream journal, and I am trying to commit to this (I have done 4 or 5 reality checks today, and I need to get better, I know.) I made a dream journal yesterday, but this morning, my dream was so vague that I didn't know what to write. Something about the state of Idaho? idk. Areal view. Something to do with a white mazda suv? I just get these flashes of clarity. Granted, I am in high school, going to sleep at 10 and waking at seven, but it seems like my dreams should be clearer than they are. Other things it could have to do with are that I am really adhd, and take amphetamines for it.

A couple months ago I tried to get into this, and my first night I was semi lucid (asked am i dreaming in the middle of it). I was staring into a mirror, looking at my teeth. They were made of thin glass, and were breaking. I pulled out many of my teeth, and the rest were jagged and mutilated. It was the most clear dream I have ever had, but it still was really unclear. At least it kinda made sense. Most of my dreams are just vague concepts. Please help me out.

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Re: help me out, please

Postby Lightjuka » 07 Dec 2012 09:48

I am also a starter and i am never had a LD so my advice might be not so useful at all, you could try to meditate or do something relaxing before going to bed, usually that helps in clearing dreams, i hope that works =)
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Re: help me out, please

Postby Peter » 07 Dec 2012 16:48

good start and all quite normal so dont be concerned. What is also good is that you didnt get freaked out and by pulling out you teeth you were using senses and focusing and the effect of this is to stablize the dream so well done and keep at it
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