HavingTrouble realizing it's a dream

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21 Savage
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HavingTrouble realizing it's a dream

Postby 21 Savage » 26 Dec 2016 14:26

I have been having trouble realizing it's a dream even though my dream recall is fine I recall around 4-5 dreams a night on Avarage but when it comes to realizing it's a dream I have trouble. I've been trying the MILD method for about 4 days and I do about 20 RC's a day.

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dizzyuluru
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Re: HavingTrouble realizing it's a dream

Postby dizzyuluru » 26 Dec 2016 16:16

It'll come after time, if you keep doing what you're doing and really questioning reality when you do the RCs you should have a LD sooner or later. Persistence is key.
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21 Savage
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Re: HavingTrouble realizing it's a dream

Postby 21 Savage » 26 Dec 2016 16:23

Thanks for the advice!

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Sean Jacobs
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Re: HavingTrouble realizing it's a dream

Postby Sean Jacobs » 27 Dec 2016 18:26

I agree. Keep doing what you are doing and the LDs will come. For me it was always;
1. Consistently keeping a dream journal, which I don't enjoy because I have trouble falling back to sleep after I've made notes.
2. Consistently doing RCs during the day, and genuinely questioning reality not just going though the motions.
3. Preparing as I lay in bed before falling asleep: Reviewing my dream journal, stating that I will lucid dream that night and really believing it (stay positive), running the scenario of what I will do when I become lucid through my mind.
"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." ~ Edgar Allan Poe


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