• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




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    1. Lang's Avatar
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      Congratulations on your success!! Kept it up!!
    2. neptune's Avatar
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      fossora is great, very experimental, avant-garde & yes, psychedelic. looks like she has been doing mushrooms, with song titles like "fungal city" & "mycelia".
    3. Lang's Avatar
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      No, it's never enough. Unless you don't have time to write every detail down. You can use a voice recorder too if you are too busy to type. I can't remember the exact number of the characters that an single entry holds on here but, I have had very long dreams (More then dream a night) that are very detailed too.

      ~L
    4. MeltingCORE's Avatar
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      I got an email alert about a reply but can't see the comment here. Strange! But thank you to the user who said "great start".
    5. CazmoV's Avatar
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      hey JadeGreen, thanks for the comment - interesting to hear your perspective. As you said, I think typing on the computer is my best bet too - in fact I did this last night and wrote almost 1,000 words about my dreams in ten minutes or so, being a fast typer like yourself. I just try to put the backlight brightness as low as possible so that I'm not waking myself up too ]much. Posting those dreams now!
    6. JadeGreen's Avatar
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      So some thoughts on this after reading this and your previous post, because I'm in something of a similar boat.

      I would consider not worrying about waking up and recording dreams. I seldom do it unless I have an exceptionally interesting one. I tend to use the computer. While its not ideal I am a very fast typer. I can bash out the main ideas/outline of the dream in a word document in a minute or two. I will say this is definitely not an ideal method. I feel like writing is too slow and talking wakes me up more than using a computer.

      You might want to try just letting yourself rest and just worrying about getting the last dream before waking up. Especially if you've been feeling very tired, pushing yourself to get up and recall multiple dreams is going to make the problem worse not better.
    7. WaifuHunter's Avatar
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      fixed it, thanks.
      Updated 09-19-2022 at 02:58 PM by WaifuHunter
    8. JadeGreen's Avatar
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      Welcome Aboard.

      If I could make a gentle suggestion, include paragraph breaks and try to be organized and concise with which dream scenes are separate events. I think in the first paragraph alone you have three separate dreams going on and a whole lot of crazy things in those dreams. (I thought mine could get crazy)

      If you want to improve dream recall and your dream journal to reflect that, it follows you might want your dream journal thoughts to be more organized.
    9. Lang's Avatar
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      Alice in Wonderland Syndrome is currently unknown, but it has often been associated with migraines, head trauma, or viral encephalitis caused by Epstein–Barr virus infection.

      Yeah, we are still doing the task of the month and task of the year, however the Task Of The Month it is now called task of the season.

      ~Lang
      Updated 09-16-2022 at 12:38 AM by Lang