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      Increasing Dream Clarity Po questions and possible Method

      Ok so I've had many almost lucids, and my recall is still sketchy I'm keeping up my dream journal but its not improving. When I do get a vivid dream I only have my sense of sight, my question is do you think that increasing my awareness of objects, sounds, and constantly monitoring my body's feelings and what it is touching will increase the clarity and amount of senses available in my dream? If this is reasonable I'll try it and post my results. Thanks.

      I have another question, I find that it is hard for me to visualize in first person, like when I visualize I see everything including myself in third person. I only see in first, if I I'm disembodied in my visualizations. while this may not be the case in my dreams, I was wondering if the above exercise in observing my perspective and other objects would aid in seeing in first person mentally.
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      I don't count these as true lucids because they where not very clear, but until I have my first real lucid these will do.)

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      For your first ?, as a guess I'd say that checking out other things in your dream may help somewhat...? (Did you answer your own ??) I have no idea why you see yourself in third person, it rarely happens to me. I read somewhere that it, like, means that you realize you're there, or something weird like that. For your third ?, perhaps, try it. Google it.
      If you see a strange typo in my post, blame my iPad for that.

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      Thankyou
      Lucid Dreamer, Traceur. Psion, programmer, director and magician

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      I don't count these as true lucids because they where not very clear, but until I have my first real lucid these will do.)

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      I wrote a tutorial on this once. http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...23&postcount=6

      As for the 3rd person, does this bother you? I would personaly prefer 3rd person dreams!
      Last edited by Reality_is_a_Dream; 04-05-2009 at 03:51 AM.

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      Why would you prefer 3rd person dreams? I've had a couple and don't like em
      If you see a strange typo in my post, blame my iPad for that.

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      Same reason I like 3rd person video games.

      I can see those damn stormtroopers come up behind me.
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      No it doesn't bother me (Imaybe abit), but seeing how I just can't visualize in first person, and I've never experienced a full lucid, I did not know if the dream would be less realistic from a unnatural viewpoint. ie third person.

      But in retrospect having a extremely real experience; almost or just as good as waking life, in a different view than your body naturally has would be awesome. I also realize that Ironically we never see ourselves directly through our own eyes lol. So a third person lucid sounds interesting to me now , I get to see how I mentally perceive myself.
      Lucid Dreamer, Traceur. Psion, programmer, director and magician

      Lucid Dreams: 3
      DILD: 2 WILD: 0 FILD: 0
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      I don't count these as true lucids because they where not very clear, but until I have my first real lucid these will do.)

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