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      How do you stop blacking out while lucid dreaming?

      It always happens to me. How do you stop blacking out while in a lucid dream? For example, I over react when I am lucid and am afraid I will loose lucidity. Everything then just goes black, and I can’t picture the dream. How do I stay in the lucid dream without everything going black? I heard rubbing your hands together in a dream makes things more alive? Any other suggestions?

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      Spin around but not fast. And yell as loud as possible "INCREASE CLARITY!"
      yelling that helped a ton everytime im lucid. It makes everything extremely vivid.
      Last edited by SilverBullet; 09-20-2010 at 05:48 AM.

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      Rub hands, spin, look left and right, or just don't move at all.

      I also done a combo of rubbing hands and looking around and it worked well :p

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      the "Do Nothing Technique"

      I tried it last night to try and completely save a very late and unstable LD, i managed only to get around 20 seconds or so. I wouldn't count the technique out just yet though.
      Last edited by a_dreamer; 09-20-2010 at 04:17 PM.

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      If you have time enough to see things (or you can do this after the handrubbing etc) try touching things, or even your dream body. It tends to stabilize your dream aswell.

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      Just think that the dream wont end and it probablky wont. But you have to truly believe.

      Also you can try L-DEILD. If you want more information on that then just message me!

      I was always a dreamer, in childhood especially. People thought I was a little strange.-Charley pride

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      I've read somewhere on this forum in a tutorial: look at your feet and where it is placed on the ground to literally "ground" yourself into the dream

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      Sometimes I just close my eyes and think about what I want to see when I open my eyes. I'll pick something simple, like the middle of a grassy field, or an old comfortable couch. If I open my eyes and don't see what I want, I'll close my eyes again and speak what I want to see before opening my eyes again.

      This helps to stabilize things for me most of the time, although rubbing my hands together works well too. It also gives you a change to perform a scene change, perhaps into something more comfortable and stable. Occasionally, this will lead me into a dream within a dream.

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      What works best for me is to chill and also to have a checklist to keep me focused.

      Here's my routine:
      1. RC to get rid of any doubts
      2. Examine my surroundings
      3. Walk around slowly and try to continue examining things
      Also continuing to RC helps

      Mostly you have to find what works for you. For myself I've found that closing my eyes will make me lose my dream and that spinning is also bad. Good luck I want to hear how it goes!

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      deffinitely the key is keep it slow and try and be aware of everything around you before you start walking/flying off. If you find your dream is unstable, dont try and do crazy things like fly through walls...

      Anderj101, thats really a simple and good idea: close your eyes and imagine your dream landscape... I've been LDing for a while now and I always seem to immediately fly off...

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