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Postby psychometrics » 15 Dec 2015 15:23

Im doing a quantitaive factor analysis on a 3 year long sample of persistant dream recall and psychometrics to find out what specific components or actions carried out affect emotional development. After i have finished the feasibility study i would like to perform a larger study on a number of willing participants to confirm whatever hypothsis i uncover. Any experienced lucid dreamers who would be willing to take part in this year long regular dream report and survey analysis please email me at '[email protected]'.

I need as many lucid dreamers as possible. If you can lucid dream three or four times a month then you are in a great position to become a (almost) daily lucid dreamer.
(About 33% of my dreams are lucid when i am partaking in the study, only about 2 a month are lucid for me usually, so the study will refine your abillities.

The challenges you will face will be things like locus of control, levels of conflict, conflict resolution, numbers of; people, scenes, people you know, people you've never met, architypical characters; meeting yourself (young, old, same age, mirrors, even dream selfies if you have a smart phone), effects of informing dream entities that they are dreaming also, effects of leading other dream characters with you to new places within the dream, geographical locations and their relationship (or lack of) to your own life, recurring themes, objects, people and places and their relationship to your waking life, false awakenings and for those of you who can perform self-hypnosis; problem solving in dreams based on modeling and predicting future scenarios and the success rates involved in the manifestation of your predictions (could be considered clairvoyance). The most important parts of the qualitative studies will be conflicts; murder, fights, who's involved, what they subjectively represent in your mind, why they could be creating dissonance; resolving these conflicts could be therapeutic for the mind and overall if you take part in this in-depth study you will most certainly gain from it a mindful experience, a deeper understanding of the psychological processes that drive your body and you will undoubtedly find this challenging, enlightening and fun. Plus you will be making a huge contribution to research.

If your unsure, send me any questions you have, any at all and i will be sure to answer you swiftly.

If you are a dedicated, mindful, insightful and a motivated driven individual, you are perfect for this study.

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Postby ReXisDoXes » 27 Jan 2016 22:36

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Postby lucidity4life » 23 Apr 2016 20:09

what's it mean when a dream character goes out of their way to avoid eye contact

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Postby 24/7/365 » 28 Apr 2017 22:50

I am doing a study on studying, so I can study the art of studying.

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Postby Hrathgrath » 19 Dec 2017 14:57

lucidity4life wrote:what's it mean when a dream character goes out of their way to avoid eye contact


Depends on the context. Usually your dream characters behave in a way that you BELIEVE they will. So if they avoided eye contact with you, it was probably because you felt like it was you felt like that would in that situation. Could be fear, embarrassment, shyness. Just think why do YOU think they would avoid eye contact? And you’ve probably got your answer

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Postby Summerlander » 19 Dec 2017 23:08

The question is interesting. 8-)

Perhaps you'd like to see shyness on a dream character because it might give you a sense of power which panders to the ego :twisted: ---the dream world tends to express subconscious activity where schemas are produced from a range of perceptual concepts.

Dreams are magnificent mental structures which the lucid oneironaut may explore on a whim. And experiments in the dream world can yield interesting results. :geek:
"Empty cognizance of one taste, suffused with knowing, is your unmistaken nature, the uncontrived original state. when not altering what is, allow it to be as it is, and the awakened state is right now spontaneously present."

- Padmasambhava


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