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      i need help

      Here is the thing.i am 14.i had 6-7ld during past 2weeks.and i use ada(all day awarennes)technique.but the thing is my ld doesnt last long,it is not excitment,i dont know what it is.pls help me people. P.s And if u can link me some thread about advanced dream control.by

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      Did you just start lucid dreaming recently? Sometimes it can take a few weeks of having lucid dreams to be able to stay in them for long periods of time.

      One thing you can try is stabilizing the dream in order to prolong it. The most common way I do it is to rub my hands together, noting the feeling of friction between them. Your main goal is to activate as many senses as you can. Feel it, smell it, taste it, it's all important. You can find a tutorial on using it here: Dream Stabilization and Clarity Tutorial - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views

      And if you're looking for dream control tutorials, you should check out our wiki. We have a couple tutorials about different aspects of dream control, including the one above. You can find those tutorials here: DV Tutorials - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views
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      you just need to keep it up and stay calm in the dream
      If you feel like it, please take a look at my YouTube channel:
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCof...niLAS_pFoRkqfw
      If you don't, hm well have a nice day anyway ^_^

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      What spellbee2 said about being new to lucid dreaming could be the cause is on point.
      When I first started my LD's were very cartoon-like.

      To fix this, whenever I got lucid I would just calm down and take 10 seconds to absorb my surroundings I would feel the texture of the wall and how real it felt. Once I felt absorbed in to my surrounding I would shout "Increase clarity" and it really helped a lot and has helped heaps of people from what I have read.

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      Spell bee2,im not new to lucid dreaming i started practicing in 9.month september of 2014.and got 1.lucid dream in janaury of this one.but this week i got consistent ld.but stabilization is problem.and expectation dont work.i want to summon one person.i look for it but it doesnt summon.tnx for dream control link. Tnx so much

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