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      My experience with Lucid dreaming + some tips!

      Hi,

      I decided to join this site to contribute my experience with Lucid Dreaming.

      Most dreams I have I am lucid, knowing that I am dreaming. I can still remember the first dream which helped me become lucid. I was riding a bike and realized in the dream that I dont have a bike so this cant be real. It was then I said to myself if this isnt real wake up. And I woke up. It is from that 1st dream that now whenever I dream I can realize something in it that cant be true so I know I am dreaming. When your in a dream knowing your dreaming it feels great and you can sometimes control every part of the dream, but not always. My lucid dreams normally vary from what I enjoy, like driving supercars, having super powers (I probably watch too many super hero movies) Some dreams can be so vivid and colorful. I remember once being in a forest seeing the sun and shadows of the trees or driving a convertible feeling the wind in my face.

      Here are couple tips that may help others:-

      If you wake up from a nice dream and you want to continue it, dont change your sleeping position. I can continue a dream like this when I get back to sleep.
      The opposite also works if your having a nightmare, change position and the nightmare doesnt come back (works for me anyway).

      I can dream everynight and lucid alot if I want to. I discovered this when I had a bad back and my mother gave me magnets to lay on(she was into magnet therapy). It's only after several days solid of dreaming I realised its the magnets making me dream.

      I dont use magnets to dream anymore as I have a pendent around my neck which is basically a coiled copper wire. I bought the pendant for other reasons but discovered whenever I forgot to take it off in bed I dream. Dreaming every night can be fun but you do lose a good night sleep, as I will dream all night and wake up couple times in the middle of the night in between dreams. So I only wear it the times I want to dream all night.

      Hope this info can help someone or id be interested if anyone else has experienced using magnets to make you dream.

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      Welcome to DreamViews, you have some pretty unique ways to induce dreaming with the whole magnet thing.

      The "Not changing sleeping position" is a pretty common technique called DEILD, Dream Exit Induced Lucid Dreaming. Really cool that you discovered it for yourself, though.

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      What exactly the magnet does to make us dream ? Does it help in getting lucid ?

      And how exactly are these magnets ? xD How you wear them ?

      I already have a lot of dreams everyday, I'm just learning how to get lucid in them by creating a more critical personality about the things around me.

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      I used about 12 small magnets sewn into pillow sized sheet which I use to sleep on. It was specifically purchased for magnet therapy. You can easily buy the small magnets and put then in your pillow case. It works for me and I know my dad complained of dreaming all the time when he used it. But not sure if it will work for everyone but I'm interested to find out.

      I doubt they help making the dreams lucid but if they may help to make you dream everynight maybe more chance of getting a lucid one?!

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      Quote Originally Posted by RareCola View Post
      Welcome to DreamViews, you have some pretty unique ways to induce dreaming with the whole magnet thing.

      The "Not changing sleeping position" is a pretty common technique called DEILD, Dream Exit Induced Lucid Dreaming. Really cool that you discovered it for yourself, though.
      Thankyou, I was having lucid dreams long before I even new what they were called so now thought I'd come and seek more info about them.

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      It's true

      I think it would be great if we combine it with RCs and ADA to get the best result

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      Just joined this forum. it looks nice. Hope to get a nice experience here.

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      Quote Originally Posted by reshmita View Post
      Just joined this forum. it looks nice. Hope to get a nice experience here.
      Welcome

      You can be sure you will get experience here
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