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      Multiple dreams

      Hello. I believe I've found a way to have multiple dreams and I'm wondering if other people have found it too. Its kind of like WILDing (Or more WBTB), but I've only became lucid once or twice from it before. I've found that if I get woken up before I wish to wake up and keep falling back to sleep, I will have multiple dreams (One occasion i've entered back into a dream).

      For e.g, I'm a lazy ass n can't be bothered getting out of bed till 12pm.

      I get woken at 8am, doze for a few seconds and then sleep.

      I then get woken at 9:30 by my g/f texting or sumthin, doze and then sleep.

      Then get woken at 10:30 by something then fall asleep again.

      etc, etc until 12

      I've usually found on all occasions of these random waking ups, when I fell asleep, i've entered a dream. I believe the trick to this is being woken randomly or all of a sudden. If you were a to set an alarm, I think you're brain might be subconciously awaiting for this noise and then this way doesn't work. I think this as on a few occasions, i've awoken minutes before my alarm, as though my brain was expecting it (Could just be coincidental)

      So yeh, this happened this morning too. I got woken up randomly about 5 times and each time went into a dream until I wanted to get up. So thats 5 dreams and 5 attempts at lucidness!!! (Although I failed this morning)
      Last edited by Barnsey; 07-04-2007 at 01:22 PM. Reason: I think I said a wrong technique

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      I have six dreams naturally every night and by going back to sleep after waking up I have gone up to eight. It's pretty well known, in fact most WILDs are done this way.

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      Yes, you actually have multiple dreams during the night, but you don't remember most of them because you don't wake up in between them. Which is why being a light sleeper is so advantageous when trying to LD.
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      Quote Originally Posted by QwinsepiaSquared View Post
      Yes, you actually have multiple dreams during the night, but you don't remember most of them because you don't wake up in between them. Which is why being a light sleeper is so advantageous when trying to LD.
      I have multiple dreams that I do not wake up from and still remember them. However like you said if you do wake up in between dreams the chances of you remembering them will be higher than if you didn't wake up.

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      I have multiple dreams in which at times I will wake up in the middle of the night but I can go without waking up and have up to 6 dreams. But yeah, you do have a better chance of recalling it if you wake up in between [no real logical reason as to explain why though that you'll get from me, I don't know]

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