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    1. No Dreams Tonight.

      by , 05-08-2016 at 05:01 PM (My Dream Goals)
      I do not recall any dreams from last night.


      Last night, I watched a series on the "Layers of Lucid Dreaming" per suggestion by Jadegreen. It's quite interesting, if you would like to watch it you can do so here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywwlib29LgU
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    2. Huge Progress

      by , 05-16-2015 at 11:09 PM (My Dream Goals)
      Although it is too unclear in memory to thoroughly journal it, last night I had a lucid dream that completed not 1, not 2, but THREE tasks that I had previously set. In the dream, I was outside (TOTNLD Go Outside), picked up and uprooted a very large tree (TOTM Develop a Supernatural Power), AND when picking it up and dropping it, sunk a couple feet into the ground due to the weight and threw tons of dirt into the air, respectively. (TOTW, Dig a Hole). On top of that, I almost completed half of my TOTY by almost being able to swing the tree over my back and onto a house (TOTY part 1 Commit a Crime with a Supernatural Power). Also, I would like to share my strategy for developing super strength in dreams, at least for the use of lifting a heavy object. I first grab the object (as for the tree, I had to hug it to grab a large enough part), close my eyes, try to lift, and then as soon as I feel a lifting sensation I open my eyes and due to momentum, I am now able to lift the object.

      Task 1: Pick up a tree again, Develop better clarity.
      Task 2: Punch someone out with no effort.
      Task 3: Destroy a large statue with my bare hands.


      Updated 06-09-2015 at 09:09 PM by 70072

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    3. On-Topic

      by , 05-02-2015 at 10:50 PM (My Dream Goals)
      Now that I have less distractions IWL, I am going to begin to get much more on-topic with my LD work. I used to lucid dream just when it came naturally and doing "Whatever" when it happened, but starting now, I am going to write in my dream journal every morning as long as I am physically able to and I am going to set myself tasks for each lucid dream I have. I plan to have at least one LD per 3 nights (the one time I was on-topic I had a very good success rate) and am going to prepare in advance. As of now, here is my tasklist:

      TOTNLD (Task(s) of the next lucid dream): Go Outside; Stabilize the Dream
      TOTW: Dig a hole
      TOTM: Develop some sort of supernatural power (Flying, Fireball, ETC.)
      TOTY: Stop & Commit a crime with said supernatural power

      Please comment with task suggestions if you have any.
    4. Why I Never Post

      by , 04-12-2015 at 05:25 PM (My Dream Goals)
      Hello, guys! Today I thought I would tell you why I never usually post my Lucid Dreams.

      In the waking life, I love the night. It gives me a chance to clear my mind, get work done, and practice some WILD. When I LD, whenever I become lucid, it is almost always night. However, unlike waking life, this always fills me with a small sense of dread. I do not feel safe enough to explore, and due to my emotional state when this happens, I am unable to reach the level of lucidity required to change night to day. While I do sometimes have daytime LD's, these are short, uncommon, and not worth posting online (I use a private dream journal, then post the highlights online). However, there is one feat I have completed that may allow me to change night to day during Night LD's. On my first elongated LD (which took place at night), I became suspicious that I was dreaming when while walking around my house I looked at the clock to realize that it was 1:00 AM. I went to go to sleep, but when I checked again, it was only 7:00 PM. I got suspicious, but passed it off as nothing... until I looked again and it was 9:00 PM. So, for a reality check, I put my hands (which looked normal) on the sides of my view of the clock and flicked my right hand's index finger. The time increased by one minute. As I continued, this kept happening, and I realized that it was a dream, although at this point, although still in control of the clock, I developed the sense of dread that I still get today during night LD's (Surprisingly, NLD's are fine). Please tell me if you would know of any ways to get over this.

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    5. 2 Failed WILD's and Leonardo Da Vinci's Computer

      by , 01-13-2015 at 05:55 PM (My Dream Goals)
      Notes Awake Dreaming Hypnogogic

      Unsuccessful night. I attempted a WILD 15 minutes before I usually go to sleep, and these were the results:

      I was lying down, legs and arms straight by my side, my mind clear. Thoughts that did come I just passively swept away. After about 7 minutes, I started to get the feeling that my body was more independent now: that I was more separate from the bed. I waited for another 4 minutes or so when I saw a red blob growing from the outside of my line of sight. When it reached the middle, I was overtaken with extremely strong emotion. (I wouldn't call it fear or excitement or happiness... I guess the closest it came to was surprise.) I started to get the sensation that I was lying on a brick of thick air and I began to feel the illusion of vibrating. I swallowed. Seconds after I did this I fell out of my hypnogogic state. I preformed a few RC's to ensure I wasn't dreaming, then tried again, leading to the exact same thing happening.

      Here's a Non-Lucid dream that happened at some point that night: I was behind some sort of counter. When I stood up, the perspective switched to third person from the front and I saw Leonardo Da Vinci drawing something with a computer program, me still behind the counter. He got up and walked out of my line of sight, and I got on the computer, perspective still the same. The dream faded out from here.