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      So,im 14,male. I had LD last night,i became lucid after i saw something strange,i did hand reality
      check(i had 6 fingers) and i rubbed my hands,i walked and i was thinking what should i do,who
      should i spawn,and my mind was empty,i couldn't think of a thing i want to do.AND dream faded
      and i woke up.also my dream was fuzzy.Is there anything i should do at the start of ld.


      It is like my body is anti-LD.
      PLS HELPPP!!!

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      Have a clear goal before you go to bed. Trying to figure out what to do while lucid causes your thoughts to turn inwards, often destabilizing the dream.

      If the dream seems unstable or starts to fade, MOVE! Intense movement which generates a feeling of momentum will stabilize things. Run, jump, fly, anything which produces a feeling of momentum.
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      Agreed, I find if I become lucid that my intentions I set when I go to bed are what's carried out

      I just pay attention to the dream really take it in that should help stabilize things.

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      As soon as you became lucid, before you even think about your goal, you should take care of the dream vividness/stability. Yell 'Clarity now!' and touch dream objects to get rid of the fuzziness . After you are stabilized, you should be able to think more clearly about your dream goal, but like the above answers, you should set just one clear, thought-out goal before you fall asleep. You can't remember a goal if you didn't have one or had too many to choose from.
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      Apart from setting intentions and stabilizing the dream, recall is also very important. It might be the case that your dream wasn't really that fuzzy, but you just don't remember the details. If your recall is normally great then ignore this advice, but if it isn't, improving recall will probably increase vividness as well.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mate122 View Post
      So,im 14,male. I had LD last night,i became lucid after i saw something strange,i did hand reality
      check(i had 6 fingers) and i rubbed my hands,i walked and i was thinking what should i do,who
      should i spawn,and my mind was empty,i couldn't think of a thing i want to do.AND dream faded
      and i woke up.also my dream was fuzzy.Is there anything i should do at the start of ld.


      It is like my body is anti-LD.
      PLS HELPPP!!!
      Don't say things like "my body is anti-LD". You can actually set yourself up for failure that way.

      For the fuzziness, try walking and concentrating just on the feeling of your legs. Clap your hands. Jump up and down. Rub your hands on objects and actually pay attention to the texture.

      When I enter LD I never have a goal in mind (aside from on-going experiments like communicating with the outside world). I almost always just look at things. I study things. What were your surroundings? Even an empty field has limitless possibilities. Try flying. Kneel down and touch the grass and study it. Want a mind-trip? Reach down and pick up a huge handful of dirt and grass and earthworms and just eat it. I'm serious. Last night I took a shower in my dream just to see how realistic it would feel (completely). I tried to turn the hot water to burn me, and it wouldn't. Look at your surrounds and just pay attention to them. My most amazing lucid experiences didn't involve flying or shooting fireballs out of my butt. The lucid dreams I remember even years later always involve very simple things, like how real something felt, or how intricate the texture of something was (look closely at wood grain, or your fingerprints, or even your clothing.)

      Bottom line: If you don't have a clear goal in mind, don't worry about what you SHOULD be doing. Just look around and see what you CAN do. Trust me. EVERYthing is amazing in a dream, and most of the time the simplest things are actually the most amazing.
      Last edited by sloth; 03-07-2016 at 06:28 PM.
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