Help Starting Off

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Madminer
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Help Starting Off

Postby Madminer » 01 Jun 2015 00:40

Hey, so I first read about lucid dreaming a few months ago, and my dreams have been weird in nature over the past few days (they usually are but weirder recently) so I remembered lucid dreaming and I'm really wanting to give it a go. Anybody got some tips or tricks to help get things going? I've read what's on the site, but always good to ask people I'm forums as well.

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(If your interested in the weird nature of my dreams, I'd be happy to share)

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gfhedf
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Re: Help Starting Off

Postby gfhedf » 01 Jun 2015 10:24

If you read what on the site,thats all you need. good luck with lucid dreaming :) my dreams are also weirder than normal :D i think its because you just think more about dreaming
if youre beginner(like me) i recommend you MILD method.That helped me in 2 weeks
Also dont force you to have lucid dreams everyday i tried 2 weeks but nothing happened then i just thinked less about it and rested then i had 2 lucid dreams in 2 days :)
These are my recommendations
Sorry for my english :P

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StrawberrySnail
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Re: Help Starting Off

Postby StrawberrySnail » 12 Jun 2015 21:08

Hi Madminer,

I found it easiest to enter a lucid dream after waking up at night (best time for me are the morning hours): After waking up, maybe walk around the house for a few minutes, then go back to bed and lie very still, don´t move at all. That can be hard, but try it out and be patient. Keep lying there completely still, eyes closed, and picture yourself entering a lucid dream.

I had my first lucid dreams as a kid. When I woke up at night back then, I often had nightmares when I fell back asleep so I tried to stay awake for as long as I could to avoid the nightmares. Result was, I kept my mind active and alert all the way into the dream...

Good luck to you and don´t force it, it´ll come at some point!
"There´s nothing to fear but fear itself." (Scarecrow)


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