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      So, im 14 years old, and i have only had 3 lucid dreams in the 2 years i have been trying. Reason being, i've always been helping others out, or jumping between techniques. I have managed to help two of my friends have lucid dreams on their first try. Anyways, i always remember regular dreams, and i always wake up thinking; "why didn't i go lucid?". I have tried self hypnosis, (and sometimes i still try it, but i'm not very good at it.) I tried mantra's and reality checks a long time ago, (i don't think i was doing them properly. Silly me.) i tried binaural beats, (they have given me all of my lucid dreams.) and that's about it. I wish you all the best of luck.
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      Welcome to DILD class!

      Ok, so you already have some experience, that's good. I bet, all you need a little change to your RCs and adding some daytime awareness.

      The most important thing that will get you lucid is your daytime awareness. Many people, me included, go through the life as we were on autopilot. When I go to store, I already know which way to go, don't have to pay attention to street names, to cars around me, to the weather, to people or sidewalks, to signs on storefronts. I just drive, only paying enough attention to keep me and those arround me safe. If there was something different that day, I wouldn't even notice, because I don't pay attention to it.

      So, why would I act any differently in my dreams. I don't look around, don't question what's new, just go through it without paying attention.

      To change this, so you start in your dream asking yoruself where you are, what is all that around you, you have to start doing this during day.

      For this, there is ADA. I'm sure you have seen it around DV.
      An excellent explanation of awareness is in sageouses article Self-awareness. He wrote it for WILD, but it works for all LDs.

      And here is short awareness + RCs and mantras - Collection of techniques for DILD technique you start with. This is what worked for me for first 30-40 LDs.

      RCs by themself don't get you lucid. The awareness does. The "wow, am I dreaming?" question you ask yourself. And don't forget about excitement. I bet that's what helped your frieds in getting lucid. Good luck and let me know how it goes and any questions you may have.

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      Quote Originally Posted by gab View Post
      Welcome to DILD class!

      Ok, so you already have some experience, that's good. I bet, all you need a little change to your RCs and adding some daytime awareness.

      The most important thing that will get you lucid is your daytime awareness. Many people, me included, go through the life as we were on autopilot. When I go to store, I already know which way to go, don't have to pay attention to street names, to cars around me, to the weather, to people or sidewalks, to signs on storefronts. I just drive, only paying enough attention to keep me and those arround me safe. If there was something different that day, I wouldn't even notice, because I don't pay attention to it.

      So, why would I act any differently in my dreams. I don't look around, don't question what's new, just go through it without paying attention.

      To change this, so you start in your dream asking yoruself where you are, what is all that around you, you have to start doing this during day.

      For this, there is ADA. I'm sure you have seen it around DV.
      An excellent explanation of awareness is in sageouses article Self-awareness. He wrote it for WILD, but it works for all LDs.

      And here is short awareness + RCs and mantras - Collection of techniques for DILD technique you start with. This is what worked for me for first 30-40 LDs.

      RCs by themself don't get you lucid. The awareness does. The "wow, am I dreaming?" question you ask yourself. And don't forget about excitement. I bet that's what helped your frieds in getting lucid. Good luck and let me know how it goes and any questions you may have.
      Thank you. you've always been one of my favourites to talk to. i'll try that stuff today and/ tonight.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tradl3s View Post
      Thank you. you've always been one of my favourites to talk to. i'll try that stuff today and/ tonight.
      Thank you, that's so nice of you to say

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