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    Thread: Here is a Comprehensive Video Series on Dreams and Lucid Dreaming.

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      Cool Here is a Comprehensive Video Series on Dreams and Lucid Dreaming.

      It's been a while since I last posted on the forum, but I still drop in from time to time. If you do not know who I am, I'm like many here a lucid dreamer and have been so for 32 years and counting. Love the art, love the freedom so I put together a free lucid dreaming series to help people become better at this nighttime adventure. Enjoy.

      Video 1: Lucid Dreaming - Cognitive Atrophy


      Video 2: Lucid Dreaming - Psychological Inhibitors


      Video 3: Lucid Dreaming - Taming the Wildness of your Subconscious Mind
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      Video 4: Lucid Dreaming - Cognitive Mapping


      Video 5: Lucid Dreaming - Self Programing


      Video 6: The Mechanics of Lucid Dreaming
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      Oh Man, Look at that! I just watched the 1st 8 minutes or so, and enjoyed what I saw. I will find time to listen to them all.
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      Going through these like crazy. Very similar ideas as ones I have had recently, but much more well thought out and chiseled into a very coherent state. Thank you for sharing. I will be watching all your yt videos now.

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      Welcome back!! Looking forward to your future videos.
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      Thanks alot. This is a true gem!
      Luminous Spacious Dream Masters That Holographically Communicate
      among other teachers taught me

      not to overestimate the Value of our Concrete Knowledge;"Common sense"/Rationality,
      for doing so would make us Blind for the unimaginable, unparalleled Capacity of and Wisdom contained within our Felt Knowledge;Subconscious Intuition.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sivason View Post
      Oh Man, Look at that! I just watched the 1st 8 minutes or so, and enjoyed what I saw. I will find time to listen to them all.
      Thanks, I've been lucid dreaming now for 32 years and love it still to this day. Anything to help others live that rich fun second life
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sensei View Post
      Going through these like crazy. Very similar ideas as ones I have had recently, but much more well thought out and chiseled into a very coherent state. Thank you for sharing. I will be watching all your yt videos now.
      Thanks Sensei, I take training for dreaming very seriously as it is a skill and we can develop and shape this skill anyway we desire. Sad that it's been scientifically proven as a genuine direct experience that humans have but still unknown to the majority of people. Hope that changes one day and people take it as seriously as any skill we learn so it can be taught in schools and one day I might get my Phd in Lucid Dreaming.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Lang View Post
      Welcome back!! Looking forward to your future videos.
      I'll do my best, the potential of what we can dream about, especially when we learn to program and control them is limited only by our imagination. It is such an amazing art form and entertainment system when we treat it that way. Plus it can be insightful and self-edifying.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SKA View Post
      Thanks alot. This is a true gem!
      Thanks Ska, I hope it helps you become even more of a master of the dreaming arts.
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      I will have to watch them and read more of what you write, but it seems we are both using a very similar approach. That is that I look at it in terms of VR computing interface. You must learn to interface with the hardware, our neural system, and the software, our learned reality.
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      Quote Originally Posted by YAD View Post
      Thanks, I've been lucid dreaming now for 32 years and love it still to this day. Anything to help others live that rich fun second life
      Oh boy! Recruitment time. Join the brotherhood, lol. We have Sensei, and Sageous, and me, plus I am sure some others who reach out and try to steer dreamers for some sense of community and sharing. People with hundreds or thousands of dreams are rare and a resource to the Dream View community. Hope to see you randomly jumping in to help!!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by sivason View Post
      I will have to watch them and read more of what you write, but it seems we are both using a very similar approach. That is that I look at it in terms of VR computing interface. You must learn to interface with the hardware, our neural system, and the software, our learned reality.
      Thanks, Sivason. I look at dreams as a recursive feedback loop on a thought reactive canvas of the mind. When we close our eyes we see the blank canvas and our thoughts are the programming language, the subconscious mind the super-computer that does all the heavy lifting to output the final rendered product of the dream experience. I view neurological atrophy and psychological inhibitors as barriers we need to address and train to correct deficiencies in cognition with regards to dreaming. Dreaming is a skill that can be trained so it requires some discipline like any skill. I don't believe there are short-cuts ie... lucid dream in 3 easy steps. Or take this drug and blam you are a lucid dreamer. For a long-term lifestyle choice, it is an ongoing act of participation and skill development to master the Art of Dreaming.

      As evident in 32 years of dreaming, dreams are a thought process, a language between our waking self and the subconscious. Once we know how to think in this language we can program our dreams and literally experience anything we desire. My motivations to be a lucid dreamer stems from the nerdy nature of my love of movies, arts and video games so Genre Specific Lucid Dreaming for Entertainment is fine by me. I love to recreate fantasy/sci-fi experiences in this rich medium of the mind which has made my dream life it's own Virtual Reality System on Steroids. Best of all, it is the only other place I can be fully awake and self-realized as I am here. Since life is short, I feel that time and conscious self-awareness cultivated through lucid dreaming adds to my over-all conscious experiences gaining time rather than losing 30% of my life to amnesiac sleep like those who haven't trained this skill as a lifestyle. I've easily cultivated over 10 years worth of conscious experience through lucid dreaming and that is my intrinsic reward, and what keeps me at this Art. (That and often my dreams are BTL or better-than-life as they should be, I worked hard to make them that way).

      That in a nutshell is my view and perspective on this ability, also why everything I do is free. It was free for me, all it took was one Stephen LaBerge article to light the torch. I want that to be the same for others who may have financial challenges restricting access to information that otherwise could have helped them on their journey. Open-Source dreaming is my core intention in all this. Free of ego and the usual what's in it for me attitude.
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      Quote Originally Posted by sivason View Post
      Oh boy! Recruitment time. Join the brotherhood, lol. We have Sensei, and Sageous, and me, plus I am sure some others who reach out and try to steer dreamers for some sense of community and sharing. People with hundreds or thousands of dreams are rare and a resource to the Dream View community. Hope to see you randomly jumping in to help!!!
      I'll try, the biggest challenge in my waking life is time. 3-hour commute each day, usually ends up being 10 hours of work on average and then all the side-projects I do but will try to stop by and be helpful if the time permits.
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      Quote Originally Posted by YAD View Post
      I'll try, the biggest challenge in my waking life is time. 3-hour commute each day, usually ends up being 10 hours of work on average and then all the side-projects I do but will try to stop by and be helpful if the time permits.
      Honestly we have only been getting a new thread every day or two. Very low volume. A good answer a week would be great! Or even just a comment on something. Thank you very much for posting the videos. Are you interested in putting them in the video section so they can be viewed for years to come?
      Last edited by sivason; 12-14-2019 at 04:40 AM.
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