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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby LucidCamostar34 » 25 Apr 2016 15:54

How about a section where you do lucid dream challenges by the community?

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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby Nekomancer » 28 May 2016 01:45

Can you please make an article about FILD? If there already is one than can you link it to me? I can't seem to find it. :P Tnx :D

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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby MegaVrund789 » 23 Jul 2016 20:31

Hello Rebbeca!!
I love your website and ebook. :D can you please make an article about 3rd person view lucid dreaming, because i post many on the forum but nobody really replies. If making an article is difficult(which i can totally understand) then can you give me a reply on this email about how to fix 3rd person lucid dreaming, and increasing lucidity in a LD? Please can you send me a reply on my email??? Please??!!

EMAIL = [email protected]

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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby Nicho » 30 Jul 2016 18:42

Hi there, great site. I have a number of suggestions for the site, however I won't throw them all at you in one go..! The one I feel would be the best to start with would require little effort, but would prove informative and useful..! We need a 'Dream Journal' sub forum..!
It would be optional, obviously, but should follow a set format that could be hashed out between admin' members, you could also have labels for dream, lucid dream, false awakening etc, etc..! Each member would get only one thread, which only they can post in, comments could be made by others if the member wishes, which could be turned on or off by the OP..!

This is just a quick overview of what I picture, if you think it's something that would work and would like some more input, just drop me a line anytime..! Like I said, I've got a number of ideas you might like..!

Cheers, Nicho..!

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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby naturespirit » 30 Jun 2017 02:40

Thanks Rebecca for starting me on my lucid dreaming journey 3 years back!

I would love there to be an article on Dream Guides. I have one, and meeting him was one of my best lucid choices.

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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby isabelb50 » 04 Oct 2017 17:11

Hi Rebecca!

I love your site and ecourse. I haven't really gotten a good handle on lucid dreaming yet, but I'm working on it. I'd love to see an article about why it is that sometimes when we say "Alright, that's it, I'm giving up. I can't lucid dream" that we have one. This seems to be the case for me: whenever I'm going to take a break from training or if I feel that my training hasn't been good that day, I have a lucid dream. However, I've tried being really hands-off and loose about my training, but that doesn't get me anywhere. Plus, it doesn't feel like I'm trying too hard or anything like that. An article on this would be awesome because I'm sure I'm not the only one with this issue.


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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby Solaris_142 » 03 Aug 2018 18:54

I was also wondering why there is no designated area for dream journals on a dreaming forum. :)

Though if it's okay to start lucid dream journals in the share lucid dreams forum as a few have done already. And start non lucid dream journals in the share non lucid dream forum. That works fine too, I think.
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Re: Suggestion Box

Postby Dave Dave » 07 Sep 2018 18:04

Hi Rebecca I've been trying to LD for a while now and I'm a bit in the mix... I've got a situation, for some reason each time befor I go to bed if I repeat the mantra "I will remember tonight's dreams" and I always wake up at some silly hour during the night, is this part of my sleep? and if so what can I do when I wake up to maximise my chances of a lucid dream, or is it all just a dead end? It would be greatly appreciated if you could respond thank you

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