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      So its been four days now. I've recorded a short dream or two each night and have had a really low level lucid once.

      I've also found a really good dream sign that has appeared in at least one dream a night. I work at a grocery store called Wegmans (Teenage Job For The Win) and I swear I have nightly dreams. Once I get back to doing rc's I'll have a good start. Literally every night I have a wegmans dream. Like last night during one dream, I was on register during a thunderstorm, and on another night, I was in a hunger games fight there.

      Now I just have one question. Even before I left lding, I never had that amazing LD moment. I never had a high level lucid. I am able to tell I am dreaming, but inside the dream, I don't understand what that means. I don't see how amazing it is. I just keep doing the nose RC (Best one ever). I just want to know how I can reach higher levels of awareness so I can have one of those profound LD experiences. Any help is appreciated.

      My lucid dreams are very short.

      is it a bad idea to set alarms 5-15 minutes apart all the way from 3-7am? One of my alarms woke me out of my Lucid dream
      If so, for someone who wakes up at around 7am, what are some good alarms to help with recall and wbtb?

      oh and also, I have failed to fly in every LD I have ever had
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      Hello Suck4Luck. I will try the best to help you. So here are some advises:

      Getting vivid LDs can take some time. It took me arround 3 weeks to get my 1st vivid LD. For some it takes days for other it can even take months or years to even get a single LD.

      WILD: WILD is a method that CAN be a bit scary but if you succeed and get used to it, you can get VERRY vivid LDs. I tried it but still didn't succeed.
      Here is a tutorial:
      WILD Tutorial - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views


      WBTB: This can help allot. I personaly use this metho and all my vivid dreams happend with WBTB. WBTB means Wake Back To Bed. Here is a tutorial: WBTB Tutorial - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views


      Choose a easy mantra: I used to use:
      I will realize that i am dreaming.

      That was a bit complicated.

      So now i use: I am dreaming.


      ADA: This means all day awareness. Basically do reality checks during the day and ask yourself if you are dreaming. I recommend a app called dreamer. It will remind you. If you cant download it then set up your calendar on your phone or ipod .

      I hope this helps you. And good luck with dreaming
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      Quote Originally Posted by CTX View Post
      Hello Suck4Luck. I will try the best to help you. So here are some advises:

      Getting vivid LDs can take some time. It took me arround 3 weeks to get my 1st vivid LD. For some it takes days for other it can even take months or years to even get a single LD.

      WILD: WILD is a method that CAN be a bit scary but if you succeed and get used to it, you can get VERRY vivid LDs. I tried it but still didn't succeed.
      Here is a tutorial:
      WILD Tutorial - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views


      WBTB: This can help allot. I personaly use this metho and all my vivid dreams happend with WBTB. WBTB means Wake Back To Bed. Here is a tutorial: WBTB Tutorial - Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views


      Choose a easy mantra: I used to use:
      I will realize that i am dreaming.

      That was a bit complicated.

      So now i use: I am dreaming.


      ADA: This means all day awareness. Basically do reality checks during the day and ask yourself if you are dreaming. I recommend a app called dreamer. It will remind you. If you cant download it then set up your calendar on your phone or ipod .

      I hope this helps you. And good luck with dreaming
      Thanks for responding. I started lding in 2011, left, came back in 2012, left, and now I'm back. I've had over 20-30+ lucid dreams but haven't had a vivid dream.

      In terms of WILD, I had some bad Sp experiences a few years back.

      I once woke up fully aware but was in SP. I had never heard of or had it before, but I really did think I was dying. I couldn't open my eyes and I heard strangle voices ).

      I've also had a few groggy half awake ones. THEY ARE THE WORST. I didnt comprehend I couldn't move, so I tried to move anyways.

      I've don't WBTB AND DEILD, and some MILD.

      For now I'm just going to focus on recall before I try any of the methods.

      Thanks

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