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      Got my first LD

      Hello!
      Just got my first LD about a week ago, i got it by an accident (started thinking about what i did before i got here e.g.) i remember i wasn't in full control, as i figured out i got an LD i started Hulk jumping around and then i thought about a sandwich and found myself standing on a gaint one . It's like the first thing that came to my mind ruined the dream. Can someone give me a good guide to getting more LD's easy and having control over them. Please explain yourself don't just say "Get an FGDW" when i don't know the meaning...

      Sorry if i made some admin want to hit his head on the table because everyday there are noobs like me opening topic like this.
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      A few things...

      I think a great way to get lucid is a DILD (Dream Induced Lucid Dream), achieved mainly through RCs (Reality Checks.) These work better with better Dream Recall.

      Here is the tutorial for Dream Control

      And let's see if I can beat my personal record of links with this: The Acronym List. So our FGDWs and TTJIFKDs don't confuse you.
      Bollocks.

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      Ok thanks!
      That should be enough to get me started.

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      [QUOTE=Delphinus;1064776]A few things...

      I think a great way to get lucid is a DILD (Dream Induced Lucid Dream), achieved mainly through RCs (Reality Checks.) These work better with better Dream Recall.

      QUOTE] Sometimes, you don't even have to do reality checks. Simply remembering your dreams helps. It's hard to explain why. A way to remember dreams that I use and sometimes works is once you wake up, immediatly think about your dreams, even if you think you won't remember. After a moment you may find that you actually remember your dream.
      If you see a strange typo in my post, blame my iPad for that.

      Short story series about LD'ing:
      http://www.dreamviews.com/artists-corner/140705-short-story-series-community-involvement-needed.html#post1990516

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