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      LucidDream,Ssild.....

      So here is the thing,i practice all day awareness technique.so i fell asleep at 9.30pm last night.and woke at 4.30am.i didnt Remember any dreams.usually after 7h of sleep,i cant fall asleep.but i decided to do ssild.i did it,but it took a while to fall asleep.when i fell asleep i had kind of FA,i wont tell u the whole story,but it lasted short,and at one point i blinked and woked up,and i fall asleep again,and after 3minutes,blinked and was awake.i didnt do it myself,i didnt mean to blink,i wasnt controling it.could u give me some tips how to solve this issue.

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      I'd say this was simply the chance of randomness, and that the blinking in itself isn't relevant: what's relevant if the fact that you woke up twice in a short time frame, which might indicate anxiety/excitement towards the SSILD or in the dream itself.
      It's very important to not assume that a once/twice occurrence is an issue or rule in lucid dreaming: up to some point, you can't really control it just like you said, even more when it's a normal dream.
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      I dont get your point.what i understood,you said it is something u cant control it,it is just luck.am i right

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      And it is from excitment,i woked up. P.S.Afcourse it is.

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      Let me make sure I got this straight:

      - You performed a SSILD;
      - You started the lucid dream as a FA;
      - You accidentally/randomly blinked and woke up;
      - You performed SSILD again, and once again you accidentally/randomly blinked and woke up. Right? Ok.

      Then, what I was saying is that the blinking has no connection at all with you waking up: it was like you said due excitement. What you can do to avoid that is at the start of the lucid dream, to spend a minute or two calming yourself down, making sure you're not too hyped, and while you're at it, stabilize the dream as much as possible. Then, once in a while, stop interacting with the dream (you can do a reality check for example, or look away) and make sure you're calm and can waste a few moments focusing without feeling huge anxiety to keep going with the adventure.
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      You have to face lucid dreams as cooking:
      Stick it in the microwave and hope for the best?
      MMR (Mental Map Recall)- A whole new way of Recalling and Journaling your dreams
      Trying out MILD? This is how you become skilled at it.

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