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    Bruh momentum

    by , 04-15-2022 at 11:27 PM (166 Views)
    Got another lucid last night. It's been a minute but it was because I had a hard time getting back to sleep after a while. Not sure what caused it but I guess it's over now.

    Anyway, it was uneventful. I have a new mindset when I go into my dreams now; y'know the standard "I have all the time I need" stuff. The dream ended immediately though.

    I used the same tech from the last two entries. I added a goalpost to make it easier for me to do.

    1st, as I fall asleep, focus on what I can physically see. I've noticed that when I enter hypnagogia, the imagery is very clear if I pay enough attention; as in, it's quite easy to tell the exact moment. So, if I see the swirlies and whatnot, it's a great sign.

    2nd, I now try to imagine a red flame. Usually it turns into something else, but the goal is to focus on visualizations period. Once I can see them in front of me rather than my minds eye, then I know it's time. It kinda feels like VR now that I think of it.

    It started in my room. I got up and snapped my fingers. I was expecting to turn the light on, but it didn't. My snaps were also really weak. I was like, "Fine i'll just use the light switch." It didn't work either. So I sat back down on the bed and took two deep breaths. I then said something like "I'm in control." Then, it was real hard to focus out of no where like my memory got thanos snapped or something. Not long after, I awoke.

    I'm not jumping to any conclusions about what happened last night. In my experience, it's a one stop shop to mental blocks. Instead, I just need to find out how I can increase dream duration.

    Now that I'm thinking about it, stabilizing the dream probably wouldn't have hurt.

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    Updated 04-20-2022 at 12:21 AM by 96394