• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




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    1. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Yes lol I tend to get lucid naturally and can easily be distracted in the dream to where I'll lose it. I have to talk to myself often when lucid to prevent this.
    2. Summerlander's Avatar
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      It seems like a classic case of losing lucidity towards the end once you became too embroiled in the cop plot. Am I right?
    3. <span class='glow_0000FF'>Man of Shred</span>'s Avatar
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      wel... what was it about?
    4. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Thanks for your suggestion, it is good advice. But I don't practice LD anymore. It's something that usually happens on it's own now.
    5. RelicWraith's Avatar
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      From experience, these dizzying, fatigued LDs occur during a low-REM stage of sleep. Assuming you practice DILD, you could try focusing your intent on waking up during an LD 'sweet spot' before sleeping.
    6. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Lol true. But that's no fun
    7. <span class='glow_FF1493'>DawnEye11</span>'s Avatar
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      XD I don't think getting shot in a dream to wake up is a good way of going about it. Reminds me of when I was 12 or 13 and tried hitting myself with a brick in a dream to wake up. Maybe instead of pain/shock = wake up you could wake yourself up after you take the shot in the dream.:3
    8. <span class='glow_FF1493'>DawnEye11</span>'s Avatar
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      Nice suggestions I can see why you're a consistent lucid dreamer, being creative was never a strong trait of mine. I'm not skilled at dream control so that's something I should work on. Thanks for your time.
      Your welcome and its okay. Even though I have been lucid dreaming for a long time I still have my moments where my emotions or dream nuisances throw off my reasoning. Leading to bad dream control. What sucks more is when I'm aware of it but live and learn. No ones perfect.
      ^.^
    9. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Nice suggestions I can see why you're a consistent lucid dreamer, being creative was never a strong trait of mine. I'm not skilled at dream control so that's something I should work on. Thanks for your time.
    10. <span class='glow_FF1493'>DawnEye11</span>'s Avatar
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      : )Congrats on getting lucid. In my opinion I think instead of thinking about your eyes being closed you should think of it as your dream setting looking black. That way it will be easier for you to start to see something again. Anyways you can do a lot of stuff with your dream body that you wouldn't be able to do in waking life. XD
      Updated 03-08-2016 at 09:41 PM by DreamCafe11
    11. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Ditto
    12. MeohMyoh's Avatar
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      Someone can punch me all they like...if it gets me lucid
    13. DannyCool's Avatar
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      Wow that felt so real!
    14. Djaxup's Avatar
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      cool entry, thanks for posting.
    15. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Smart idea, I agree. I'll try to remember that.
    16. Verre's Avatar
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      The image of the butterfly woman fighting the lion-headed man on the ocean is so vivid and strange! It would make a great subject for a painting.
    17. Yumnش's Avatar
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      I don't enjoy thoughts. I find that most of it is pointless and only gets in the way. It's only when you're completely voided of thoughts and can still act is when you're real.
    18. ThreeCat's Avatar
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      Overall now, I am finding myself disliking lucid dreaming.
      Interesting--what's making you not like it?
    19. Yumnش's Avatar
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      Yes you're exactly correct when it comes to the chair flashing. As for hitting my head while aware that I am in a dream tends to make me lose lucidity rather fast. This has not been my first incident by hitting my head. Yes I think it has to do with me expecting that if I hit my head on to something that it is similar to trying to wake up on purpose in a nightmare. Because usually when I feel something that I did not expect I lose all my focus.

      I do sometimes DJ non lucids now but mostly only lucid dreams. Overall now, I am finding myself disliking lucid dreaming. But that is only my opinion and sure that it is a great help for others.
    20. ThreeCat's Avatar
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      When you say the chair was flashing, do you mean it produced its own source of light? This is a really interesting dream, especially the knock the head--do you think the shock of falling made you lose lucidity?

      How have things been going with your practice overall? Did you decide to start DJing again?
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