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    The Quest for Nightly Lucidity

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    Something is amiss...
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    Regular Dream Characters

    Dream Characters

    -Manei: My dream guide. Apparently her full name is Maneimonei Qui Tarr, but

    -Marcus. A dream character that I befriended and became a recurring dream character. He seems to be an inventor who creates sci-fi technologies within my dreams. He seems to have left, but he's referenced a lot in my earlier DJ entries.

    -Jack. He was a dream character that seems to have left. He used to be like my dream guardian, but he was never really needed so he faded away.

    Get the full story about my dream characters, signs, powers and goals here. http://www.dreamviews.com/blogs/jade...mblings-53455/

    People from WL

    -My Mother-She works as a graphic designer
    -My Father-He works as a computer programmer
    -My Grandmother (Mother's Side)-Recently passed away, appears in dreams often.
    -My Grandparents (Father's Side)-appear in dreams often
    -A-A friend of mine that I have grown distant to
    -H-He likes music and the game Borderlands.
    -K-My longest-lasting friendship of mine that I rarely see.
    -S-A friend of mine who heavily enjoys creating online cartoons. I think S is a lucid dreamer, but he doesn't seem to like to talk about the subject.
    -R-A childhood friend of mine who moved long ago.
    -J-Another friend of mine who moved long ago, R's brother.
    -C-A friend of mine who is sort of spiritual. She is the only other lucid dreamer I know.

    1. Almost a WILD.

      by , 03-27-2012 at 08:47 PM (The Quest for Nightly Lucidity)
      I was lying in bed, falling asleep. I had no intentions of WILDing or really having a lucid. I was just tired and wanted to go to sleep, so I was letting my mind wander.
      I started to enter sleep paralysis, something I'll admit I'm starting to get used to. From here, I decided to take advantage of the opportunity and try to WILD. My main concern was breathing, because the last time that I tried SP, I gave up because I was concerned with not feeling myself breathing. I tried to settle in with deep slow breaths and calm down, but I was FREAKING OUT.
      I decided to focus directly on incubating a dream, with hopes exiting the sleep paralysis as soon as possible. I chose to incubate the dream in a desert. I'm not really sure why I chose a desert. I suppose that I assumed that it would be a blank canvas and I could later change it into whatever dream I wanted.
      I conjured an image of a desert into my head. I could see rolling sand dunes and sparse clouds. I tried to imagine myself there. The sleep paralysis faded, and I woke up. The entire experience, though, only lasted what seemed to me to be about 20-30 seconds.

      I really hope that this weekend, when I can afford to lose some sleep, I can attempt a WILD after waking up, instead of doing them directly to bed.