• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




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    1. DropTherapy's Avatar
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      the same day I had this dream I started creating a tulpa named artemis, who told me that he's the one who was telling me about the incident he got into and that it involved street art.
    2. <span class='glow_0000FF'>Man of Shred</span>'s Avatar
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      Can't wait to see how this ends. I wanna see the tower too.
    3. DropTherapy's Avatar
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      I'd like to thank my dead dog for being an obvious indicator that I was dreaming in this context.
    4. DropTherapy's Avatar
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      I've noticed that everyone on this website is very good at recalling their dreams and it's almost like they've written a story rather than recorded a dream. This intrigues me. Any tips? I've been unable to have vivid dreams, and I've heard that Vitamin B6 solves that problem. I'm also planning on recording my dreams through my voice recorder as soon as I get out of bed as opposed to typing it out on my phone or writing the log later on in the day like I usually do.
    5. Blue_Opossum's Avatar
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      Yes, but over time, it varies with new content (as I started when I was very young) and I have experimented with many formats for online dream journal entries and usually do not include additional details. I do not follow any mainstream concepts or beliefs about dreams as none of them have any correlation with anything I have ever experienced in the tens of thousands of dreams I have worked with. Society shows no indication of understanding instinctual dreaming (dream control without lucidity) or dreams in general. Mainly, adjusting my extent of imaginary physicality is the main dynamic behind my dreams whether lucid or not (which I typically do by using a staircase, walking on a fence, elevated plank, and so on). It is simply the result of losing discernibility of the physical body and its orientation upon entering sleep (which also causes falling and flying dreams). Most often, it creates associations with flight. For example, airplanes, birds, helicopters, etc. (even flying buses) have appeared at one point in my sleep cycle virtually every night for over 50 years but often not noteworthy to a longer dream's content. Statistically, birds occur twice as often as airplanes and airplanes twice as often as helicopters. I've learned reasons behind that but it is too much detail to go into here and of course, I have always flown unaided in every sleep cycle whether lucid or not.
    6. DropTherapy's Avatar
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      I've never seen this method of categorizing dream types. Is there a list or method behind the way you determined the dream type?