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    I'm old but still trying to get back on lucid dreaming. Why?

    by , 03-08-2019 at 09:27 AM (449 Views)
    Because I started trying to lucid dream late in life it took prodigious effort to achieve the relatively few LDís I have so far managedÖand Iím struggling to get back on it. Although I havenít got Alzheimers thereís a definite deterioration in my lower mental functions.

    But still Iím trying. Why?

    Because LDíing triggered an interest (directly and indirectly) in Buddhism, meditation, NDE (Near Death Experience) and reincarnation.

    Why?

    Because Iím increasingly convinced thereís a form of afterlife. Not the religious meeting with a (male?) God and somehow ascending to heavenÖalthough thereís a whole raft of professing religious people who wouldnít have a chance in hell of getting there.

    I think the Buddhists may be nearer to the answer. Why?

    Because of DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine)Öan amazingly potent pyschedelic apparently.


    Britainís NHS and Imperial College London found a link between DMT and NDE.

    One link Iíve found between LD, NDE and the Buddhist Book of the Dead, us lucid dreamers know only too well.

    Forgetting the dream or not realising we are dreaming. DMT users say the same thing. Dead practicing Buddhists have to be read to after death else they donít notice the all important dawning of the radiant light that occurs and gives them the chance to achieve Nivarna.

    Why?

    Like us there needs to be increased awareness in sleep, trip or deathÖor the chance is missed.

    Itís all linked folks

    PS What do American Indians call death? Dream time.
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