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      Help, memory in lucid dreams!

      My biggest problem with lucid dreams is I never remember the plans I make for them. When I start having a lucid dream I start doing random things, never what I was excited about doing before I went to bed.

      For example, I have an outline for my next lucid dream:
      - Stabilise
      - Make a sunny field appear on the other side of my door
      - Stabilise
      - Summon DCs
      - Ask them questions
      - Practice random stuff like flying etc

      The problem is though I never remember this kind of stuff when I start lucid dreaming, and the main problem with this is I forget to stabilise my dreams, which leads to them being ridiculously short.

      So how do you guys remember what you'd planned to do in your dreams? Is there something you have to do before going to bed or what?

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      Go over what you are going to do right before you sleep. Try to make lucid dreaming the last thing you think of before you sleep.

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      ^ what was said above, but I want you to visualize it while your about to go to sleep, imagine the setting, how you will perform your actions, how will you feel(emotionally), how will things appear to your senses, what will you use to stabilize things, etc. questions, questions, questions thats what you must be asking yourself when you are trying to visualize something you want a dream to become. it helps trust me. I've done that and a MILD combo twice, it worked great!
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      Alright, well last night I had a semi-lucid. I realised I was dreaming but things did not become clear like they usually do, and rubbing my hands together did not make things clearer. Interestingly for the first time I remembered my intentions, but I woke up within a few seconds as stabilisation was not working (due to me not being fully lucid I guess)

      Right now I've got up an hour early and I'm trying the WBTB technique, concentrating on visualising and imagining my dream as it pans out, the feelings it'll bring, how I'll do everything, and how great I'll feel afterwards. I'm reciting the exact routine to make sure I remember it, and in 15 minutes or so I'll be returning to bed.

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