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      GoatGirl's Workbook

      Reality Checks:
      - Nose pinch (Can I still breathe?)
      - Hand press (Does it go through?)
      - Simple (Am I dreaming?)

      Dream Signs:
      I have not gotten close enough to lucidity to pay attention to details in dreams. I'll edit later!

      Short-Term Goals:
      - Become aware enough in my dreams to perform a reality check
      - Become aware enough in my dreams to pay attention to details to right in Dream Signs
      - Become aware enough in my dreams to have a lucid dream!

      Long-Term Goals:
      - Have lucid dreams frequently
      - Perform reality checks as second nature, awake and asleep
      - Be able to tell if I'm dreaming or not easily

      Lucid/Dream Recall History:
      -Just before waking, became aware enough to know I was dreaming (but then almost immediately woke up; I tried bringing it back but failed)
      -Right after waking, went right back to sleep and tried to bring back the dream; succeeded and knew in the back of my head I was dreaming. Not a complete lucid dream but close.


      Current Technique:

      Try to wake up only very briefly in the morning, then fall asleep and bring back the dream (DEILD)
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      Hi, GoatGirl, congrats on joining the Intro Class! Let us know how things are going! I think the most important thing is consistency--every time you remember a dream, every time you remember to RC, you've had a success. Keep working, and remember to have fun with the practice!
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      YES! I haven't even been following up on much of the techniques, just RCs every once in a while, but this morning I think I became just a little bit more aware!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by GoatGirl View Post
      YES! I haven't even been following up on much of the techniques, just RCs every once in a while, but this morning I think I became just a little bit more aware!!!
      That's great news, GoatGirl! Congratulations on the progress!

      You're doing it exactly right. Just build things up bit by bit. I started my own practices from virtually zero recall (maybe 1-2 dreams per month).

      As ThreeCat said, with consistency the dream recall and lucidity will come. Enjoy the journey!

      Dreaming Partner: Dreamer


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