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      My lucid dreams fade.

      Might be a weird question but how can i control myself to stay in a dream? I can normally control my DC's with out being lucid by just thinking it but when i become full lucid (doing a RC and start to control stuff) it starts to fade...
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      When you feel yourself waking up and your dream is fading, stay still with your eyes closed. You then DEILD and go back into the dream. It works for me.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Bird View Post
      Might be a weird question but how can i control myself to stay in a dream? I can normally control my DC's with out being lucid by just thinking it but when i become full lucid (doing a RC and start to control stuff) it starts to fade...
      Any tips?
      Try dream spinning, but don't do it for too long as this sometimes wakes me up. And try not to get too excited because this is another way one might wake up. Also, look at everything you can in the dream, and touch stuff. It helps stabilize.

      Good luck!
      Lucid Dreams: 22 (many more recently, I've stopped counting) (DILD: 20 --- DEILD: 2)

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      Thanks guys. gonna try to lucid tonight.
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      The thing that always works for me is focusing on my "dream senses." Specifically, physical touch. So touching the walls or the ground usually helps a lot, and if I can't do that, rubbing my hands. It's brings my mind back to my dream body instead of my physicaly body and it stabilizes the dream.

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      I often get lucid in the end of my dreams. And I guess you can't dream all night so I wake up pretty soon after that. Maybe it's the logical center of the brain starting to turn on before you wake up that makes you lucid.
      Remember. Nothing is true and everything is permitted.

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