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      The evil Fuzz

      hey kids, i'm new to all this jazz let me take a sec so all u can me a noob and deliver any baked goods u want me to have......... ok done. now for my query. when ever i would have a non lucid dream and was able to remember it, all the details were vivid and life like. now that i have discovered lucid dreaming, and am trying to develope it, when i remember the dream it just seems less vibrant, sorta like there is a white fuzz over it all. what can i do to improve the clairity? does anyone else have this happen?

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      Many people find their own way of increasing clarity, for example, screaming things at the top of their lungs such as "CLARITY NOW!" or "INCREASE VIVIDNESS" or anything of the like.

      ALso you can brush your hands on the grass or anything with texture to increase sensory perception, and therefore "waking up" your mind.

      and welcome!

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      none of that stuff ever works very well for me.. any tips?
      All I know is that i don't know nothing.

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      I got this from the Lucidity Insitute's Lucid dreaming FAQ:

      Then, if the dream shows signs of ending, such as a loss of detail, vividness, and apparent reality of the imagery, the technique of \"spinning\" can often restore the dream. You spin your dream body around like a child trying to get dizzy. LaBerge developed this technique after experimenting with the idea that relaxing completely might help prevent awakening from a dream. When in a lucid dream that was fading, he stopped and dropped backwards to the floor, and had a false awakening in bed! After a few trials he determined that the essential element was the sensation of motion, not relaxation. The best way to create a feeling of movement, especially in the dream scene has vanished, leaving nowhere to move to, is to create angular momentum (or the sensation of it), by spinning around your axis. You are not really doing it, but your brain is well familiar with the experience of spinning and duplicates the experience quite well. In the process the vestibular and kinesthetic senses are engaged. Presumably, this sensory engagement with the dream discourages the brain from changing state from dreaming to waking. Note that dream spinning does not usually lead to dizziness. Be aware that the expectation of possible awakening sometimes leads to a \"false awakening\" in which you dream of waking. The vividness of the spinning sensation may cause you to feel your spinning arm hit the bed. You think, \"Oops, I'm awake in bed now.\" Think now--your physical body wasn't really spinning, it was your dream body--therefore, the arm is a dream arm hitting a dream bed! To avoid being deceived, recite, \"The next scene will be a dream,\" until a scene appears. If you are in doubt about your status, perform a thorough reality test.[/b]
      If you couldn't be bothered to read that, the FAQ is genreally saying:
      'If you lose/or need some more clarity, spin around. If you wake up in bed, you haven't woken up: you were spinning in a dream, remember, not in real life. To avoid this happening, recite "The next scene will be a dream", until a scene appears. If in doubt, do lots of reality tests'.

      Oh, and welcome to the forums. I like the way this forum welcomes people, it's nice.

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      My dreams are always fuzzy, too, and I'm never quite lucid so I can't do anything to change them. It's strange because the most vivid dream I ever had was the very first one I can actually remember. I had it when I was around five or six and I can still remember all the details. It was such a realistic dream, except for the fact that a brain sucking alien came out of my hallway closet and killed me. .

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      I find that that happens to me, I just tend to concentrate on not concentrating on anything, and if that dosent work try spinning, thats what everyone else tells me to do, i think it should work
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