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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      Yesterday, 10:59 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      Congratulations once again! This is really good that you did not worry about it…that is the primary issue for most people - the worrying part.
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      Yesterday, 10:47 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread JoannaB's workbook in DILD
      I'm still here and see you making a connection to your dreams which can be helpful in more ways than one. It is good to see Superman as well…he...
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    • lucidmats's Avatar
      02-26-2017, 02:39 PM
      Cool Video! Especially the part about the dream control :) I had that myth debunked when my first 20 lucids were only seconds long since I didn´t...
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-25-2017, 09:39 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Spellbee's Workbook in DILD
      Very nice! A double...2 LDs, including a long one, congratulations spellbee! While things are still busy, perhaps you can work in some WBTBs with...
      25 replies | 501 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-25-2017, 09:18 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      I really think you have a good combination here: consistent WBTBs combined with DILD/MILD and WILD/DEILD techniques. That nose plug RC MILD was...
      68 replies | 1079 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-25-2017, 08:19 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Patjunfa's workbook in DILD
      Very true. Whenever you can perform a WBTB, I feel that consistent WBTBs would be the easiest short-term boost to getting consistent LDs. You are...
      37 replies | 885 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-23-2017, 11:25 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread AstronomyDomine's Workbook in DILD
      Can you think of anything you are doing differently? Different techniques perhaps? My FA's tend to be shorter and if you are getting more FA's...
      14 replies | 345 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-23-2017, 10:51 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread JoannaB's workbook in DILD
      Agreed, when I am not feeling fully healthy I also avoid breaks in sleep. I was still thinking about what you said about your son and trying to offer...
      218 replies | 12774 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-23-2017, 08:01 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      That is a great point! I also made adjustments to avoid burnout and never really stopped practices over the 4 years, I just adjusted intensity...
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-23-2017, 06:28 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      You are killing it Broth! :) Goodness, keep doing what you're doing, keeping that foot on the gas and taking heed of my mistake over and over: me...
      68 replies | 1079 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-23-2017, 06:07 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread JoannaB's workbook in DILD
      Wow, I'm glad to hear you weren't emotional, that could have been heartbreaking! I really like your interpretation! Any plans for a WBTB, perhaps on...
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-22-2017, 01:09 AM
      Great to see your recall in very fine form and getting lucid the night before!
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-22-2017, 12:48 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      Congratulations Broth! 2 more lucid nights and 2 lucids on each of the nights, you are progressing very nicely! Keep your foot on the gas as much...
      68 replies | 1079 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-22-2017, 12:15 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Spellbee's Workbook in DILD
      How about WBTB with MILD?
      25 replies | 501 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-21-2017, 09:03 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Aaronoscar's Workbook in DILD
      It's is good to hear from you again. I believe that consistency in performing lucid dreaming practices is an important factor for almost every...
      17 replies | 375 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-21-2017, 08:40 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Patjunfa's workbook in DILD
      Congratulations on the lucid, getting the DEILD also, and remembering goals! One idea to try with any DC is to walk up to them with something...
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    • snoop's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 08:12 PM
      Now this is very interesting to me indeed. When I first induced REM Atonia/SP when I very first started WILDing way back in 2008, I had no idea what...
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    • snoop's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 07:37 PM
      WBTB/WILD and DEILD (although DEILD is technically a WILD), without a doubt. My results with MILD were always pathetically low when talking about it...
      22 replies | 732 view(s)
    • snoop's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 07:31 PM
      Great response by rafaelinio. To expand on things a little bit more, I think the concept of RCs and their application to lucid dreaming, the benefits...
      2 replies | 217 view(s)
    • snoop's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 05:39 PM
      I feel the poll options are a little specific about some details, namely the color of the phosphenes. I think I've read before where people say their...
      5 replies | 201 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 06:16 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread oneironautics wb2 in DILD
      Nice incubation! I bet you didn't know you came here for that kind of feedback, right? haha :)
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 06:12 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread JoannaB's workbook in DILD
      Very interesting! Yay! I like to hear about your positive momentum!
      218 replies | 12774 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-19-2017, 06:06 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      Very nice! It sounds like you had an FA DILD after doing SSILD! Another LD for you! I don't think this was sleep paralysis since you were able to...
      68 replies | 1079 view(s)
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      02-18-2017, 12:41 AM
      fogelbise replied to a thread JoannaB's workbook in DILD
      On the bright side, that seems to be a good sign that you noticed that something was off with the phone…that you awareness was at least better than...
      218 replies | 12774 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-17-2017, 11:26 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Spellbee's Workbook in DILD
      That is a great sign that you were very close, so try to take heart in that. :) If everything else seemed to be in line for "the perfect storm" it...
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    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-17-2017, 10:27 PM
      Hi Snoop, I'd say I agree with most of what you say. It may not have been clear what angle I was coming at this though. I definitely feel it is me...
      8 replies | 427 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-17-2017, 07:47 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Broth's Workbook in DILD
      I would take this as a good sign that you are maintaining some awareness while starting to fall asleep. If you notice things like the children...
      68 replies | 1079 view(s)
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      02-17-2017, 07:30 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread Dionisos' Workbook in DILD
      Very nice! Celebrate those very vivid and fairly long dreams - as they can be important and enjoyable too. Appreciating the success can give you...
      32 replies | 968 view(s)
    • fogelbise's Avatar
      02-17-2017, 07:09 PM
      fogelbise replied to a thread oneironautics wb2 in DILD
      Very interesting about your potential dream guide and congratulations on getting lucid! Since you are still relatively new to this and you are...
      7 replies | 246 view(s)
    • snoop's Avatar
      02-17-2017, 03:33 AM
      Well, like I said, my dreams happen to be bizarre and nonsensical in nature most of the time. Things like that are a common occurrence. Sometimes I...
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      Hey StephL. I'm not sure why but my eye Always falls on ur dream in the right side of the screen. Maybe I just glance the homepage way too often.

      Anyway, I'm kind of following a hunge i'm having. It dawned on me that Cereboral spinal fluid and Alzheimer's might be deeply interconnected in dream memory as well. Trying to think of a good format to present it on dreamviews and figure out a pragmatic approach. Just felt like letting you know!

      Ok. Bye! Happy dreaming
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      Where are you?! QnQ

      Is something wrong? You've not been active lately
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      I might be a bit biased, but I think you'll like InterStellar, it's the kind of movie that leaves you in the edge of the seat due all the fascinating topics it discusses while leaving you in profound reflection after it ends...let me know what do you think after you've seen it
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      After some digging around, I think the important message regarding that subject can be conveyed in this quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson:

      "I cannot remember the books I’ve read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me." (One can hope at least! ^^)
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      Hee hee, if you click 'View Conversation' and respond there, your reply will be posted on the other person's page and they'll get a notification.

      I hope the dares will help get you motivated again! There are some interesting psychological exercises, as well as dream control.
    6. Uups - and thank you lucidmats as well - I didn't notice this message - still don't really know, how these messages work.
    7. Uii - thank you!!
      I'll take a look - that's a good incentive to get my act together with aiming at lucidity - I've gotten so lazy after the comp, it's a shame.
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      Did you see that you've been assigned another lucid dare?
      I've updated the original post with a list of all the current dares if you wanted to check the thread.
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      www dot youtube dot com/watch?v=I2c14UGv9Sk

      A little tutorial I found about gif-making (works the same in gimp as far as I know), happy gif-making Steph!
    10. Thank youhuu!
      And to you as well - all hail Sensei for throwing it!
      I'm totally blown away by that night, going to actually do some work today, especially preparing and planning and daydreaming. I didn't really expect any lucidity - otherwise I might have been able to really raise the roof on points!
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    some fragments

    by StephL on 05-05-2015 at 10:55 AM
    Waited too long to journal, almost everything is gone by now (noon), but I thought why not write that down anyways:

    I was going across country, had some goal in mind to go to, but I forgot what that was.
    But - the way led through a stall with pigs. And the guys working there and even me only traversing were rendered naked upon entrance, but not for any frivolities, but because one could afterwards easily get clean again by hosing down with a water tube.
    Seemed entirely logical in the dream and the pigs were nice...

    Another snippet - I went with a friend to a cafe and she found out they have a theater attached and also that taking part there, and generally going into theater would be her new goal in life and she went right ahead and started rehearsals with them.

    First ever WILD - Hukif's Galaxy Collision Dare - Oh My - What a Ride!!

    by StephL on 02-10-2015 at 08:21 PM
    First time WILD!!

    This was the most spectacular LD of my life!!

    And it was so easy that I almost wondered if it was a WILD, but it was. And I took my bed with me!

    Being tired, I lay down for an afternoon nap and got quite lively HHs. Just been watching them, and from time to time imagining doing something physical in the scenery, but I did not get to feel that or enter these HHs, so I just watched dispassionately. When I started to do some mantra self-suggestions twice, the HHs went away, so I stayed without words. It felt as if I could look through my eyelids couple of times, seeing my room, but upon trying to see if it's a dream, I opened them for real, closed them disappointedly and continued.

    Suddenly* I still lie on my bed with nose dug in blanket but in space! *(sorry, if that isn't very informative, I know it no better...)

    It "stands" there in the midst of nothing, like a cosy theatre balcony for galactical audiences - and before my eyes stars are roiling and surging every which way, uncountably many, so dense from time to time as if they were spray, foam on the waters of vacuum.

    A black hole comes rolling through, swirling and drawing in my space and sweeping up my stars, but it passes the bed by and disappears to the left side of infinity.

    Checking data for Sageous' memory thread, all accessible, without effort. I know I am in the bed, I am in for real, where it actually stands and when, that I took it for a ride into my lucid dream, blanket and all. I also knew what I did before lying down - also in hindsight this was satisfactory - correct actually. But I was of a fuzzy, dreamy mind anyway, like when not sober, you can anyway remember who you are. Usually.
    Then I imagine two galaxies like on the pictures I have, but my dream has other ideas for a while.

    Instead windows open in space to other space, star-density reducing to a realistical view. And then another window and another and another, and I fly my bed through them all, clutching my blanket.

    And so I enter a space with distant round disks rotating slowly and sparkling with colour and I "brake" my bed.
    A huge tornado of space clouds appears to my left, spiralling around a centre of black with alarming speed. Looking very much like this:

    Ah I think, this is the action I'm here for! Now where is the other one?
    I get drawn closer and closer and lose my bed and start to race around the centre myself until I feel dizzy with dream-vertigo! Like an unbidden joke it comes to my mind, that one shouldn't throw up in space, if at all avoidable, even without a spacesuit, but it does not come to that.

    Again I draw on the pictures I have, like this one:

    My galaxy is all black and white, and it seems to understand me wrongly. I want another galaxy, so what it does is parting into two - it sprouts something like a feeler made of stars and births another smaller galaxy, like running the above with the arrow of time pointing in the wrong direction.

    Well - I admit it wasn't as spectacularly beautiful as the real thing above, but I was and still am blown away anyway and definitely.

    I think, this is no good, beautiful but wrong way round. I leave it happening, but once the baby galaxy dislodges itself - I draw it back in, meanwhile I am the swirl myself, I lose my human body and become star-cloud, sprouting out another feeler, this time I actually feel the draw of gravity I have and thus catch my baby back into the fold. With a plop. Hukif's call, but I guess this was the same as two different galaxies colliding, mechanism-wise.

    Then I get drawn out of being the plane and see my galaxy from above and fading out and I wake up.
    The only thing, which could have possibly topped this amazing trip would have been colour in birth and collision.


    Updated 02-10-2015 at 09:54 PM by StephL


    My little house in the mountains...

    by StephL on 02-06-2015 at 12:52 AM
    Just for doing any journalling at all:
    I keep dreaming of knowing a place in the Bavarian mountains where a half-overgrown old ruin of a wooden house stands, forgotten and far off and I move in and sort it out a bit, make it beautiful, tend to the plants around.
    And live there secretly, often in a kind of escape from something else.

    I wonder how much congruence there really is from dream to dream about this house, it evolves I would say. And I love it.

    Two Opportunities Untaken...

    by StephL on 11-23-2014 at 04:51 PM
    While I'm very busy irl, I've not been giving much thought to LDing at all, but yesterday something spectacular happened - just for two seconds, unfortunately.

    I got lucid when the relatively vague normal "dream-scape" suddenly exploded at me into a real place.
    Full sensory immersion, like my very first adult lucid, such tangibility and mental clarity as well.
    But I got over-excited, that didn't happen for a long while actually, but usually I have to "work" on getting the dream truly realistic, and I almost never fully succeed - so this overwhelmed me.
    Nothing special in terms of scenery - me on a summer meadow.

    Then this night again, I noticed an inconsistency, but couldn't vocalize to a DC, I wanted to tell it to.
    Optics were rather vague and I made a stupid mistake - I tried to open my dream-eyes a bit wider - bam - seeing my room, wide awake.

    Maybe now with journalling I'm a bit more prepared for if it comes again tonight.

    Updated 11-23-2014 at 04:59 PM by StephL


    Shocked into Lucidity by Four Meter Faun

    by StephL on 10-27-2014 at 01:33 PM
    Veery strange. What I remember is being in a huge flat, very high ceilings, and there stood a maybe three/four meter big faun about. He didn't do something at first, was just there, like a huge devil, but in brown and not making an evil impression at all. Rather like being some sort of prehistoric faun, megalo-faun or something.
    Huge brown-furred legs...

    I asked a woman, what he would be doing there and she said, he belongs to the story, we would be filming. Instantly I was also in the know, ah - riight - that faun from the story. Meanwhile I was only surprised, why it would be in this specific scene, where I thought he wouldn't be. Instant explanation from her: yeah - but the audience loves him, we put in more material with him.

    Some this and that and then the faun suddenly comes up to me, and grabs me, and seems to want to take a closer look at me, lifts me up into the air, and I get really afraid all of a sudden, and loose optics, and then I get lucid.

    I guess it was fear, what had eradicated all optics - I just hung in the void. Tried all the pretty tips for optics, wipe my eyes, pretend to take a hood away and put glasses on - nope. Woke up from that.

    Shame I hadn't really prepared myself for a DEILD re-entry - might have worked nicely...

    Updated 10-27-2014 at 01:36 PM by StephL