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      Cool Tips for me

      Hey can i have some KEY TIPS for lucid dreaming? Thanks.
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      Welcome to Dreamviews!

      First of all, I recommend you check out the wiki to get some more info on lucid dreaming. Next, check out the Beginner's guide to lucid dreaming. Those contain some great tips!

      Anyway, I recommend just focusing in your recall first. Build it up until you can at least remember one dream a night. After that, you can choose a technique (WILD, DILD, MILD, etc..). Then stick with it! Just stay motivated

      Good luck!

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      Hello Mareklucid, welcome to DV.

      The guide that Mancon posted is very useful, it has a lot of good information in it. Reading over that should give you all the basic information you need for LDing!

      Another useful resource might be these videos. There are three parts, and it just explains the basics about what you need to do to LD.

      Feel free to ask us any questions about LDing once you've read/watched the links we gave you.
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      Thanks! I've been doing reality checks, dream journaling , auto suggestion and meditation trying to MILD lucid dream. Its been a little over a month now. Is there something i'm doing wrong or does it just take time?

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      MILD/DILD always take time. LaBerge claims in his book, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming that the average amount of time for someone to have their first LD is one month. Some people can have a lucid dream in a few days, others take several months. Everyone is different. With the MILD/DILD method, you need to wait for the techniques you're using to become habit, and to become firmly planted in your memory. You must also be confident that you'll become lucid! You are the best newb in the world, and you are going to have epic lucid dreams TONIGHT.

      What RCs are you using? What are you thinking when you RC? Are you combining awareness with the RCs? Take notice of the details around you and start questioning reality.
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      push fingers through hang, plug nose, think of what i have done for past 10 minutes , look at hands, pinch, look at clock. when i do them its mostly when something seems odd or just when i remember to do them. some are very mindful others not. I had a dream that i thought i was dreaming so i asked my brother to do a reality check. He did the nose plug and said he wasn't dreaming.

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      You're on the right track! Suspecting that you were in a dream and asking your brother to RC are good signs that everything you've been doing has been sinking in.

      The only things I can suggest are to stay motivated/confident, and take note of your dream signs. If you can recognize the patterns to your dreams, they'll be easier to spot. Try RCing when you encounter your dream signs too. You are progressing, so don't give up!
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      Sounds like you doing all necessary methods. The awareness technique is very helpfull, when used together with your methods. You can either try the Sporadic awareness technique, or All day awareness.. Happy dreams

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