• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




    Results 1 to 8 of 8
    1. #1
      Member
      Join Date
      Aug 2011
      Posts
      412
      Likes
      49

      Dream recall method

      I saw this in my psychology text book.

      You have to allready have a dream journal.

      You fill a glass of water, and drink half of it just before bed.
      While your drinking it you think about how your going to recall your dreams, and visualize it.

      Then in the morning you drink the other half.

    2. #2
      Perception Quantiq's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jul 2011
      Gender
      Location
      Ottawa, Canada
      Posts
      445
      Likes
      270
      DJ Entries
      7
      Wait. I'm sure if I understand what you are saying. How does the glass of water help with recall? Care to give further explanation?

    3. #3
      Congratulations Achievements:
      Made lots of Friends on DV Tagger First Class Created Dream Journal Populated Wall 5000 Hall Points Veteran First Class
      Weakamon's Avatar
      Join Date
      Mar 2011
      LD Count
      ~200
      Posts
      1,089
      Likes
      658
      DJ Entries
      29
      Hi there my friend . It would be really good if this method is really true. But first of all, can you cite the book where you got this info? Not that I'm saying that you're um.. er.. how can I say this.. a story teller? Just joking around, but seriously though, pls cite the source. Sorry for being kinda offensive and stuff. Peace

    4. #4
      Banned
      Join Date
      Sep 2011
      LD Count
      250+
      Gender
      Location
      England
      Posts
      247
      Likes
      31
      Quote Originally Posted by Quantiq View Post
      Wait. I'm sure if I understand what you are saying. How does the glass of water help with recall? Care to give further explanation?
      Keeping hydrated improves concentration. I'm not entirely sure if his source is correct, but it would be logical, as recalling dreams requires concentrating on them first.

    5. #5
      DreamDragon Achievements:
      Tagger First Class Made lots of Friends on DV Referrer Bronze Vivid Dream Journal Veteran First Class
      <span class='glow_00FF00'>StaySharp</span>'s Avatar
      Join Date
      Jun 2011
      LD Count
      140 (04.10.19)
      Gender
      Location
      Tibaro
      Posts
      1,154
      Likes
      664
      DJ Entries
      114
      I suppose with that method you're also supposed to think about your dreams while you're drinking the other half of the glass in the morning, sort of like wrapping a tag around the night
      <dream_recall>
      drink one half of the water and start focussing on recalling your dreams;
      sleep and dream;
      drink the other half of the water and recall your dreams from the night;
      </dream_recall>
      Personal Records so far: Max lucids per day: 2 | Max lucids per week: 4 | Max lucids per month: 8 | Max dreams recalled in one night: 17
      Longest lucid dream: ~35min | Highest flight: zoomed out of common existence [WTF?] | Fastest speed: FTL | DILD/EILD/DEILD [X] | WILD/VILD [X] | MILD/FILD/HILD [ ]
      Interested to know how I got 17 dreams in one single night? And how I think I still could Improve? Check out my new and improved Dream Recall Compendium: The Dream Recall Compendium

    6. #6
      Member Achievements:
      Created Dream Journal Made lots of Friends on DV Populated Wall Referrer Bronze Tagger Second Class 5000 Hall Points Veteran First Class
      Zoth's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jun 2011
      Gender
      Location
      Lost in the World
      Posts
      1,940
      Likes
      2550
      DJ Entries
      47
      Yeah, I think qwer means some sort of MILD action for dream recall

      You drink this glass of water, thinking on dreams
      Internalization that you will remember your dreams when you drink from it again
      You wake up, rush to drink water reassuring that you're mind is ready to complete the task of recalling the dream

      Is this it? People tend to use something in the lines "When I wake up" which in my opinion works better since for the water you'll end up moving (asap I guess) and that can make lot of dream content to vanish.
      Quote Originally Posted by nito89 View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by zoth00 View Post
      You have to face lucid dreams as cooking:
      Stick it in the microwave and hope for the best?
      MMR (Mental Map Recall)- A whole new way of Recalling and Journaling your dreams
      Trying out MILD? This is how you become skilled at it.

    7. #7
      Member
      Join Date
      Aug 2011
      Posts
      412
      Likes
      49
      I just read it in my psychology text book.
      It said to keep a dream journal and if you still can't remember your dreams to try that.

      I think it's called psyched out Year 10 psychology
      But il check today.

    8. #8
      Member DrowZeeMe's Avatar
      Join Date
      Oct 2011
      Gender
      Location
      Ontario
      Posts
      13
      Likes
      0
      DJ Entries
      5
      It appears to be an association thing. If you train yourself to think about dreams when drinking your bedside water, it could unlock previously hidden fragments since your mind associates water with dreams and recall.

    Similar Threads

    1. something I thought of, about dream recall and general memory recall
      By flom45 in forum General Lucid Discussion
      Replies: 2
      Last Post: 05-02-2011, 05:24 AM
    2. Dream recall method
      By Madstrike in forum General Dream Discussion
      Replies: 3
      Last Post: 04-16-2009, 05:32 AM
    3. Dreams as Reality - Recall Method
      By bcomp in forum Dream Signs and Recall
      Replies: 5
      Last Post: 07-27-2008, 06:48 AM
    4. Dali's recall method?
      By vacsimile in forum Dream Signs and Recall
      Replies: 5
      Last Post: 04-12-2006, 03:16 AM
    5. Dream Recall Method (Anecdotal Evidence?)
      By ElijahJones in forum Dream Signs and Recall
      Replies: 15
      Last Post: 09-01-2005, 05:09 AM

    Tags for this Thread

    Bookmarks

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •