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    Omnilucidity Update

    by , 04-14-2020 at 07:07 PM (121 Views)
    At ease, oneironauts. I've got a new update for you.

    Due to outside circumstances, progress on my research on Omnilucidity and development of my SSL technique has been severely slowed. I still am going at it, however. I'd like to report that I've had another Lucid Dream since my last post over 2 weeks ago.

    Long story short, I'm struggling with stabilization. I find that when I usually get into a lucid dream, 1 of 2 things happen: 1. I lose lucidity immediately. 2. I try to do something, fail, then come to the conclusion that it did not work because it's reality, then lose lucidity. As stated before, I believe this is a problem of stability. I'm in a hurry, eager to complete my task, so the dream reflects this. While in a hurry, you carry the expectation that you are low on time, or that there is some external factor that prevents you from taking your time. For example, I rush to complete my plan because i fear going to slow will result in an awakening before I am ready, and so, it happens.

    To prevent this, the solution is simple. As dreams are expectation, I will go in with the perception that I will have more than enough time to do what I need. Of course, this dabbles in the skill of time dilation within dreams, but as we know, we are altering our malleable perception of time, not time itself, so this should be relatively easy. then i may meditate for a bit and really get a feel for my surroundings by using my senses.

    I've had success with this deepening strategy before. It was the furthest I ever got, but I let my eagerness get ahead of me.

    Long story short, I need to take my time.

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