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    Night of April 23 2015

    by , 04-25-2015 at 12:56 AM (723 Views)
    Still no more luck on the dream recall situation. Only one dream. (But they're more fragments that I just tied together than just a whole dream recalled).

    Long jumps and neighbourhood

    I was at school in gym class. We were doing some event thing so everyone in class were just walking around the halls, while everyone else in the school were at their classes. I remember that a cake suddenly appeared in front of me on a plate and I was taking bites along the way. None of the class seem to cared. We reached the gymnasium again and we were doing this long jump sort of thing. I recall not jumping very far. Then the teacher said to get in partners and one partner had to be in the middle of the other's path when they were running. Basically, when the guy ran and reached a reasonable distance from his partner, he then had to jump and his partner had to grab his foot in the air and push it up, making him go further. I was the one running and my partner, sure enough, was able to push me up making me go further. I remember staying up in the air for a very long time, slowly going down as though I was experiencing a low amount of gravity. It was very cool. The problem was when I was landing, and I was sliding on my side. I couldn't stop myself from sliding to eventually hitting the wall, though it was more like hovering over the ground, but my knee hit the wall before my head, and for some reason I didn't feel any pain. Our class then continued down the hall and I was eating my cake also. The scene then changed and I was on the bus. I passed my stop and had to stop at the next one and walk further. I remember a person I know from waking life being there, only in real life he doesn't take my bus. He stopped at the same stop as me and we continued down the same path eventually going separate ways. The scene then changed and I was in an empty classroom. The desks were arranged in such a way that they represented my neighbourhood. The guy I talked about earlier was there too. He was in some section of the area I recognized. He said he owned around three desks there, or "houses". I then went to my own desk, or "house," and there was more to the dream than just that but I forgot.
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    1. JadeGreen's Avatar
      Still no more luck on the dream recall situation. Only one dream. (But they're more fragments that I just tied together than just a whole dream recalled).
      If you can, try WBTB. You don't have to set an alarm, you just have to be mindful of your natural awakenings. I've been using WBTB for a couple weeks now and I only rely on natural awakenings in the early hours of the morning. Get a notebook and pen(cil) and put it by your bed. Use it to write down key points of your dreams upon your awakening. Then, when you come back after your final awakening, the key points should jog your memory. Autosuggestion could help with recall too.

      In the end what works for me might not work for you, but generally speaking if you want to recall more than one dream during the night, you have to go to WBTB.

      I remember staying up in the air for a very long time, slowly going down as though I was experiencing a low amount of gravity.
      I read a lot of people experience floaty moon gravity, even when nonlucid. I wonder if that is universal or at least applies to the majority of dreamers?
    2. ParanoidLlama's Avatar
      Get a notebook and pen(cil) and put it by your bed. Use it to write down key points of your dreams upon your awakening. Then, when you come back after your final awakening, the key points should jog your memory. Autosuggestion could help with recall too.
      I'll try it out. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night, so hopefully I'll be able to recall better.

      I read a lot of people experience floaty moon gravity, even when nonlucid. I wonder if that is universal or at least applies to the majority of dreamers?
      I don't know :O.