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Postby AngelXdv » 09 Dec 2012 20:47

Heya,fellas! I wanted to share with you my progress. When I started LDing I could remember 1 dream/night or even no dreams. Now I can remember at least 1-2 dreams/night and in like 4 out of 7 days of the week I remember more than 5 dreams. Sooo... go on,don't stop. You may be born with the ability to recall dreams. LDs? I had 2 this month,5 last month,and the numbers are growing!

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Re: Progress

Postby HAGART » 10 Dec 2012 01:11

Whether born with it or not, I think it is a mindset that is most important. And once you set your mind to it, your dreams will be different and memorable. Even if non lucid, once you recall your dreams extremely well it is like a second life and lucidity is bound to happen. Perhaps some of us always knew that our dreams were important and worth remembering since memory began in the first place. But anyone can start remembering their dreams if they simply try and that is the key to not only lucid dreaming but knowing yourself subconsciously. Whether lucid or not, the dream realm is always exciting! I'm surprised dream conversations are not more 'main stream'.
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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Re: Progress

Postby rothgar » 10 Dec 2012 05:46

I agree with you completely. Recalling dreams and in my case journalling gives you almost a second life, lucid or not.

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