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    1. KestrelKat's Avatar
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      I see we use the same color for lucid portions of our dreams
      I look forward to seeing when you fly in your lucid dream! It's amazing. Go for the gold!
    2. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      Yaaay, your second lucid dream!

      It's awesome that you thought to do a reality check when you noticed something didn't make sense. Your waking life awareness is crossing over into your dreams - I bet that will start to happen more and more!

      Good luck in the competition, and keep up the great work!
    3. JadeGreen's Avatar
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      First of all, your color scheme is the opposite of mine. In my DJ, orange is Nonlucid, green is middle and Blue is lucid. I also use Teal and Yellow sometimes.

      I get the feeling that I've seen the brown haired girl before in my first lucid dream now that I look back on it, she was the one that told me to move carefully otherwise I would wake up. Could she be my dream guide?
      It sounds likely to me. I haven't heard many cases of random dream figures possessing knowledge of proper lucid dreaming technique. The fact that she is recurring and the fact that she appears attractive to you. (I don't know why so many dream guides think that they have to be attractive though.) But that is actually a common trend.

      I'm also beginning to notice that I am questioning dreams more, however I seem to get rid of the thought, I'm not sure why but maybe It's something I need help with.
      It's just a natural part of lucid dreaming, and it's actually a good indicator. You don't need help. In fact, it's a sign your 90% of the way to becoming lucid. All you need is that one last push and every question and check becomes a lucid dream.

      I like that you have your goals listed out. It's good to plan out how your going to continue to lucid dream.
    4. Individual's Avatar
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      I think that it would be nice to lucid dream but before now, I was lucky if I remembered a fragment every couple of months. It's such a pleasant change that I'm just enjoying the ride.

      Thanks, the landscapes are wonderful but I noticed in my dreams that I usually look down at my feet for some reason so it's down to pure luck that I happened to look up for a moment and catch the stuff around me.

      I'm really excited aswell, it's going to be such a good motivator and I think a lot of people are going to see some improvements in their lucid dreaming.
    5. Individual's Avatar
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      It's the first time I've done that in a while so maybe that's a sign that I'm getting better at spotting the more bizzare situations that my brain has gotten me into. A murderous robot isn't exactly my idea of normal and I'm proud of myself that I actually picked up on the absence of pain.

      I wholeheartedly agree with that, nightmares and such are usually way out of the ordinary even though they are really rare these days for me. In the future I hope to be more aware of these situations and in general so if anything weird does happen, I can become lucid off of that.

      I do believe that from what I've seen, tackling the whole thing in a positive way can heavily affect my results, I actually had a dry spell for a week and a half when I first started, no recall, nothing. I got annoyed the first few days and that seemed to drag it on. I got tired of it and tried to be more positive and noticed huge results, that's not long before I had my first lucid.
    6. AnotherDreamer's Avatar
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      Haha the sensei
      I'm glad to see that you're still so positive about dreaming, it helps me to remember that it's fun just to dream and that I don't have to worry about not being lucid.

      I'm also really jealous of your beautiful dream scenes. I looooove when I have beautiful dreams.

      I'm excited that we're both going to be in the competition
      I can't wait!
      Updated 01-18-2015 at 08:21 AM by AnotherDreamer
    7. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      It's really cool that you started to question the situation!
      A great thing about lucid dreaming is that you can recognise nightmares/uncomfortable dreams and use them to your advantage when they occur.

      Quote Originally Posted by Individual
      A real change of pace to the beautiful scenes that I've had for the past few nights but that doesn't really bother me, at least I'm dreaming.
      It always makes me really happy to see you looking on the bright side, I love your positivity!
      Keep it up!
    8. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      I'm glad to hear you're joining the competition! I entered the last one and it really motivated me to improve my dreaming practices. AnotherDreamer is trying to convince me to join this one too, I'll decide in the next couple of days whether I will.

      Lucid dreaming opens up so many opportunities to do things you could never dream of doing in waking life.
      Dream control works like waking life skills - you'll be a natural at some things, and others can always be improved with practice and experience.
      I bet you'll be flying in no time!
    9. Individual's Avatar
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      Thanks, I feel like my dreams really make me feel happy when I wake up. I've never really had that before where I remember at least one dream almost every night. I find it quite invigorating. I also remember I had a semi-lucid dream a couple nights ago, unfortunately I can't remember it but I know it happened. Hopefully this competition will be full of people hyping each-other up to get Lucid. That's what I look forward to.

      That'll be a great lucid, when I actually start flying. Probably one of my harder tasks that I've thought of but it's not impossible.
    10. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      Nice to see you journaling again!
      Your recall seems great to me, very detailed.
      That view does sound nice... I wonder if you'll get to see it from above soon when you're flying!

      I definitely agree - if you're going to spend that much time sleeping, you might as well learn how to make the most of it!
      Keep up the great work, I can't wait to see how you progress this year.
    11. AnotherDreamer's Avatar
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      A steampunk inspired city, floating on an island in the clouds?! Reminds me of Bioshock infinite
      That must have been such a cooool dream, I've actually been trying to get there since I read this dream. I love when I have steampunk and post apocalyptic inspired dreams.
      Getting a nice, full night of sleep has always been very helpful to me. I tend to be more successful in becoming lucid when I get more sleep. Have you had any lucid dreams since you last posted?
    12. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      I'm really happy to hear that!
      How have you been going? I look forward to reading more of your dreams!
    13. AnotherDreamer's Avatar
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      What happened when you tried to fight him?
      Maybe the evil knight could be a dream sign if you keep having it. My dream signs are tornadoes and running super slowly, I have had those in so many of my dreams in the past. I usually become lucid when I experience them in dreams now, it's really nice
    14. Individual's Avatar
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      You're definitely right, the text should have been a tip-off that I was dreaming but my brain can come up with some prettty colourful excuses so that's something I should try to work on in the future. It was a pretty epic dream but the evil knight scares the crap outta me. Iv'e had the dream twice before and in one of them I remember trying to fight him...let's just say that didn't go down well.
    15. AnotherDreamer's Avatar
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      Awesome dream, really great recall. School is a dream sign of mine as well, I especially start to wonder if I'm dreaming when I'm having difficulty reading something or if the text changes.

      I love the Thor part of the dream, sounds like fun! I love having epic dreams like that.
    16. Individual's Avatar
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      That's pretty cool, I've never had an FA before so it was a really interesting feeling. I would definitely say that it was more vivid than my other dreams and again, towards the end I felt like it was even more vivd than before so I think the next time I have the chance I should give DEILD a try. I'll probably try to stay awake for a smaller amount of time to see if I can get that sweet spot between wakefulness and sleep. I actually wasn't giving WBTB much thought before I listened to a dreamviews podcast on this particular technique, hopefully the longer I attempt this the better I'll get . I actually credit a lot of my attitude to you and ~ Dreamer ~, I had my first lucid dream and decided to post it for fun and you two really got me excited to have another one
    17. AnotherDreamer's Avatar
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      Yeah that definitely sounds like a FA.
      But false awakenings can also occur when you were lucid and you thought that you had woken up from the dream, only to find out later that you were actually still dreaming.
      I think that your idea to continue experimenting with the length of time that you stay up is really smart. I also think that you have a really great and positive attitude and that will help you a lot in becoming great a lucid dreaming. It is quite nice to see.
      I'm really excited to see how you progress on your 'lucid journey'.
    18. Individual's Avatar
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      I'll hopefully anticipate that the next time I have a dream and give it my best shot. Also I've only been a member on dreamviews for two days and I'm already being showered with advice.

      Thankyou so much guys
    19. <span style='color: #9900CC'>~Dreamer~</span>'s Avatar
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      Keeping a checklist of goals is a great motivator, nice work!

      Becoming more aware just prior to waking up is a great time to prepare for a DEILD (dream exit induced lucid dream.)
      AnotherDreamer excels at this technique so he'd be a great person to talk to!
      There is also a DEILD tutorial here, and Sageous has some great advice in his WILD class too.
    20. Individual's Avatar
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      Thanks heaps. Since I'm really new to this and have only had one lucid dream where the lucidity lasted about 3 seconds, it'd be awesome to have someone with more experience help me with any problems I have. I don't really have any questions as of yet but if anything comes to mind I'll be sure to ask for your opinion on it.
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