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      Chocachoc's Workbook

      Hello!

      I've had several phases of getting into lucid dreaming over the past 5 years and I'm wanting to improve further. This forum looks fantastic to keep up motivation and the classes and challenges look like they'll be a great way to develop lucid dreaming skills!

      Reality Checks:
      - Counting Fingers

      Used to push thumb through hand, but counting fingers I found to be a lot more reliable.

      Dream Signs:
      - No classic signs really spotted, will look through journal and highlight later.

      Short-Term Goals:
      - Improve Dream Recall
      - Lucid Dream more regularly
      - Stabilise Dreams
      - Get back into habit of RCs
      - Improve Flying

      Long-Term Goals:
      - Lucid Dream Regularly
      - Speak with inner self
      - Set up situations and put them into practice
      - Shapeshift self

      Lucid/Dream Recall History:
      - Previously practiced RCs and recorded my dream journal regularly, which I have recently typed up into word. Used to write in a book but now write in phone notes as I feel I can write faster and don't need to move to get a pen, turn lights on or sit up. Currently out of the habit so want to build up the routine again.

      Had a fair number of LDs now, the main thing I've been practicing in them is flying which I'm still trying to get better control with. Dream stabilisation is something I really need to work on. I frequently feel as if I'm aware of my own body in bed, particularly if I LD during an afternoon nap, and confuse my movements in the dream with the potential that I could be moving my actual body.

      I had one successful WILD during an afternoon nap, ending with my first experience of sleep paralysis, which was horrible as I misinterpreted the sight of my covers as a person that was harassing me and it was scary. I'm glad I had that experience though as it's another step in my learning.

      Current Technique:
      - DILD, MILD, WILD, WBTB
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      Day 1

      Read some DV posts before bed and recorded 1 dream when I woke up. Non-lucid. Attempted WILD during afternoon nap without success. Carrying out RCs regularly and when I wake up.

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      Hey Chocachoc! Welcome to DV and to intro class!

      If you have any questions feel free to ask us here or in the http://www.dreamviews.com/intro-clas...o-class-q.html thread.

      Best of luck on your lucid journey!

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