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      Hello everyone. I'm SnorlaxDreamer and I'm 18 years old. I'm from Denmark and study physics as well as mathematics. Furthermore, I have a huge interest in consciousness, how the brain functions and dreams - both lucid and non-lucid ones. I've always been fascinated about the real fact that the brain is the most complex thing we've found in the universe. Probably even more complex than the universe itself.

      I've currently been lucid dreaming on-and-off for around a year now. I've had 7 DILD's and 1 OBE, as well as 1 false awakening. I've just recently returned to lucid dreaming after having a fully stabilized DILD experience lasting for 15 minutes without needing to stabilize it throughout the dream. I was able to change the dream landscape, change the skies from day to night at will, and morph (as well as summon) dream characters. I'm apparently also a skilled wizard when I have my hands on a wand

      I have a massive belief in myself when it come to my abilities within a lucid dream, but I would really like to boost my recall as well as the amounts of DILD I usually get. Months usually pass by from one DILD to another.

      Reality Checks:

      - Looking at my right hand (I usually have around 8-9 fingers on my right hand in dreams)
      - Pinching my nose and trying to breathe.

      - LUCID GOALS -


      Short term goals:
      - Fly once more (you can never get enough of this!)
      - Succesfully morph a dream character to the desired person
      - Have a meaningful conversation with a DC.
      - Ride a dragon
      - Fly into space (and if possible, into a black hole)

      Long term goals:
      - Understand the purpose of my life
      - Remove my insecurities towards trusting people
      - Lucid Sex (It is actually very hard to achieve, so I look at it as a mastering)
      - Be able to LD ~1 time per week
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      Welcome SnorlaxDreamer!

      I really like your short and long term goals!

      On recall, I think it all comes down to putting some focus into recall. Things that aid in that focus are: thinking about it when you go to bed, using a mantra at bedtime, laying still with your eyes closed when waking, consistently writing (or voice recording) in a bedside dream journal upon wake up, waking up during the night, and practicing day recall.

      For increasing the frequency of your DILDs, Wake Back to Beds or WBTB help a lot. Also the way that you do your RCs and other day time fundamentals practices are essential for long term and frequent success.

      Lucid sex does not have to be difficult, just see your wizardry success! Try not to read how, or buy into the idea that, certain things are hard. You probably would have had much trouble changing the skies from day to night if you had first read or heard someone say that it was a difficult thing to do and you bought into that.

      You say 1 FA. I am thinking that you probably have had quite a few more. We often don't recognize them or catch them is my belief. It can also be very useful to catch them as they then become a lucid dream. You can set your focus on doing this at some time, but probably one step at a time would be better for now.

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      Thanks for your response! I assume you are my lucid teacher here?

      It is very helpful advises you have given me, and I'm currently already doing more RC's without even thinking about it. I'm becoming more aware, but I did not think about recording my DJ in the morning. I think it is a better method for me, since I'm lazy to type on my ipad, or even get out of bed when extremely tired upon awakening.

      I really want to do WBTB (Still trying) that can result in DEILD, but I have this problem with my alarm that is supposed to wake me up. I either sleep through it, or it becomes an integrated part of my dream in a form of sounds. I'm currently doing mantras saying: "I will wake when I hear the alarm", "I will recognize that the sound is the alarm, and become lucid", etc. but I believe it requires some more of that before it begins to work. I'll report in on my experiences when I have something new to share!

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      Quote Originally Posted by SnorlaxDreamer View Post
      Thanks for your response! I assume you are my lucid teacher here?
      Yes, I am currently assigned to the DILD workbooks.

      It is very helpful advises you have given me, and I'm currently already doing more RC's without even thinking about it. I'm becoming more aware, but I did not think about recording my DJ in the morning. I think it is a better method for me, since I'm lazy to type on my ipad, or even get out of bed when extremely tired upon awakening.
      Having your DJ bedside so that you see it when you wake up will reinforce the idea of recalling your dreams right away. Whichever way you find easier to record directly upon waking, and consistently, is the way to go.

      I really want to do WBTB (Still trying) that can result in DEILD, but I have this problem with my alarm that is supposed to wake me up. I either sleep through it, or it becomes an integrated part of my dream in a form of sounds. I'm currently doing mantras saying: "I will wake when I hear the alarm", "I will recognize that the sound is the alarm, and become lucid", etc. but I believe it requires some more of that before it begins to work.
      The DEILD alarm method can work better when you set multiple auto-snooze alarms. Let me know if you haven't seen the thread about it from late 2013 I think it was (the one I am thinking of at least...it had comments and tips from Sivason and others). WBTB is actually getting up during the night, which heightens your awareness for DILDs. If you are going to try that you might want to try the water method where you drink more water than usual right before bed and it forces you to get up to go to the bathroom. The timing ideally gets you up between 4.5 to 6 hours after first going to bed.

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