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      Farming lucid dreams

      OKAY! So i just had a lucid dream this morning and i'm very excited! It was very clear, very detailed, so detailed that i used that as my dream sign. I thought 'hey, this is too vivid, i know i'm dreaming." and it turns out I was I know that once i frequently get vivid dreams I probably won't be able to use that as a reality check, but it did it's purpose just as needed a few moments ago.

      i basically want to know how can i do this reliably, and to a point where i could "farm" lucid dreams. I remember everything i did about 10 hrs before i went to bed and when i went to sleep.

      Earlier in the day i decided to do listen to a visualization video on YouTube. Before i knew it, the video put me to sleep, but i remember the video telling me something like "this will turn you into a lucid dreamer. You have the capability already in you, this video is to put your mind into a perfect state for lucid dreaming." or something along those lines. He then started guiding me in a visualization scene and i gotta admit, it felt like i was at the place he was describing, i was turning my head so that i could try to see what he was seeing (if that makes any sense, but the visualization felt more vivid). After about 10 mins i fell asleep. I don't know when i did, but it had to be at the end of the video, i was in a trance like/deep sleep state. I could think, but i choose not to. This is described as "The gap" in the meditation world, so i guess that is what i experienced, just on a deeper level.

      I woke up to find that the video was over because i heard nothing in my earphones and i continued my day as normal. Then i decided right before bed that i would get relaxed, i had an intention to relieve all stress i had experienced during the week and with lucid dreaming. I watched some asmr, drunk some tea, watched some YouTube, etc.. All while being comfortable and maintaining my intention to become relaxed and stress free.

      After a while my eyes got tired after watching so much YouTube that i just wanted to go to sleep and so I did, BUT when i went to sleep, i turned my eyes up in my head to a point where it felt relaxed, i also did this in my visualization earlier and that put me to sleep as well.


      Now.... whenever i get a lucid dream like this out of the blue without consciously doing any technique.... This would be the only lucid dream I would have for months! Everything else would be more abyss dreams (dreams that are so unvivid/blurry that they almost look like the blackness of your eyes.)

      Out of anything that i described in my new practice before going to bed, how can i use that to get a lucid dream more frequently? I had to be doing something right, but maybe i didn't pay attention to something and i neglect it not knowing that it was crucial to my practice.

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      I think just like everything else, you need practice and faith to get there. Plan for the long term, solidify your routine, and believe that at a certain point it would "click". You've had intense lucid dreams before so you know it's possible and this should help with the faith.

      Another point is that I see many people so obsessed with the "lucid" part in "lucid dreams" that they forget there's a "dreams" part as well. Keep a dream journal, study your dream pattern, improve dream recall, and be happy with a meaningful non-lucid dream, whatever that means to you.

      I myself haven't been able to have lucid dreams regularly yet, but there are people who have, so yeah I believe it's possible to "farm" lucid dream. Your goal's probably something like one every night, eh?

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      yeah pretty much my goal is to have frequent lucid dreams. I'm hoping that i found something that finally clicks because I've been doing everything right as so they say with techniques. I'll give this another go tonight and note my outcome

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      Cool! Good luck bro

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      I can't believe it worked! I had another lucid dream! FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE, I'VE HAD 2 CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS OF LUCID DREAMING ..... Absolutely amazing man, next time i get lucid i plan on talking to my dream guide

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      Wow that's awesome! Congratulations man. Now it's my turn to try and get some lucid dreams myself.

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      I'm really happy this is working for you! Do you have a link to that visualization video?
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      The first one i used was at this link:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYduGpYREOM
      I use different ones frequently though, some of them work for me, some of them don't, but what i found is that if i were to go to sleep while one is still playing, the effect is much more potent

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      Congratulations on having two lucid dreams in a row!

      "Routine" is the key word here and it seems you might be finding the one that triggers your LD's more often. It is different from person to person and it changes through life I believe but the most important thing is to keep investing time and focus on your goal, even if it's a little at a time while you are awake.

      Good luck with it and more importantly have fun!
      "The trick is to combine your waking rational abilities with the infinite possibilities of your dreams. Because, if you can do that, you can do anything." - waking life

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