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      Dream Signs Missing

      A while ago, while I was able to dream; I kept a dream journal. I never noticed any dream signs though...
      On a few occasions I can remember the skies looking odd.
      Does that sound like it could be a dream sign? : I know I don't look up much in my dreams.

      This week I will be trying to start dreaming again, just trying to get ideas rolling around in my head.

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      Everyone has dream signs I think, it might just take a while to recongnise them in your dreams. You dream every night, you should try to set an alarm for the middel of the night you'll wake up and might rememeber something of a dream you just had, then write that down. Recall is just practise it gets better in time and then you'll be able to see your dream signs, I didn't know mine after just a few.

      Good Luck

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tobi Uchiha View Post
      On a few occasions I can remember the skies looking odd. Does that sound like it could be a dream sign? : I know I don't look up much in my dreams.
      Could you specify how exactly the sky looked odd to you?

      For example, my dreams almost always take place during dusk.
      However, I don't think that this could be considered a dream sign as "dusk" is by no means extraordinary,
      Nor is it experienced exclusively in my dreams.

      I suppose the more esoteric your dream signs are, the more likely you are to respond to them.
      Last edited by Dorian; 11-30-2009 at 07:59 AM. Reason: typographical error

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      It looked like a distorted sky, a little bit off color. Just wondered if there is any way of using that in practice while attaining Lucidity.

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      Well, if a distorted sky appears often enough in your dreams to make you consider whether or not you're dreaming, try to use it. During the day look at the sky on a regular basis and take note of how it looks. Ask yourself if there's anything strange about it that would make you wonder if you're dreaming. Don't just ask "Is the sky weird?" and respond with a simple "yes" or "no." Seriously ask yourself that question every time and answer it with a definite yes or no. If you get lazy about it in the waking world, it's possible you'll miss it in your dreams as well.

      Do that with other aspects of the waking world. Every now and then ask yourself where you are, what you're doing, and how you arrived at where you are. Do the answers make sense? Can you remember the answers to those questions? If not, it's likely that you're dreaming. Once you get into the practice of questioning what's around you when you're awake, you'll be more likely to do it when you're asleep. That's what I tell everyone who doesn't seem to have steady dream signs (such as myself).

      Also, your dream signs may be less specific than you think. For me, my dreams almost always take place in a large open space, either outside or in a large enclosed building. It's hard to use a dream sign like that, but that's where you get into the practice of looking around you. In your dreams, are you often around large groups of people, few people, or are you alone? Just some more stuff to think about.

      "If there was one thing the lucid dreaming ninja writer could not stand, it was used car salesmen."

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