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      MindWarp's Workbook

      I love lucid dreams, but I would like to have more. I'm pretty confident with the DILD method and I got the basics, such as RCs and dream journaling, but I would love to learn more about how to do any methods possible and advice on what to do when dreams aren't vivid, crazy, or even simply occurring. Thanks for your time
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      Welcome! Lots of great stuff here: http://www.dreamviews.com/dild/13212...ods-dilds.html

      Check it out and let me know what sounds like something you would like to add to your practices. If you can work with practices you enjoy or make them enjoyable then you can keep it up long enough to become great.
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      Welcome, MindWarp!

      If dreams are vivid, or the recall can fluctuate greatly, sometimes for no apparent reason. Peacefull good night's sleep with consistent schedule should help. Also writing them in a Dream journal and thinking and appreciating the dreams helps. Happy dreams.

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