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      Hello everyone!

      Hello! Finally decided to join these boards after some time. About 3 years ago I used to frequently visit the dreamviews site for information on lucid dreaming, but then I just lost interest/got real stuck into uni work (no time for sleeping at all ), however now I'm finished and have plenty of time to focus on lucid dreaming, as well as my other hobbies (collecting CD's/Records and playing guitar )

      Hopefully I'll be sticking around and becoming more of an active member here

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      * resist temptation to ask lost8 if he sees kangaroos frequently *

      Ahahah, I can relate, uni completely makes you flooded and many times oblivious to outside life. My degree had 9.5 hours of expected daily work, whether we had classes or not. On the other hand, was so easy that it was actually boring -.-

      Glad you got time to start lucid dreaming, it's good to have fresh blood (within the body of the person, I'm not a vampire 0o)....(with the body of said person still alive!). Should you have any questions just post away, good luck with your journey
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      Quote Originally Posted by Zoth View Post
      * resist temptation to ask lost8 if he sees kangaroos frequently *

      Ahahah, I can relate, uni completely makes you flooded and many times oblivious to outside life. My degree had 9.5 hours of expected daily work, whether we had classes or not. On the other hand, was so easy that it was actually boring -.-

      Glad you got time to start lucid dreaming, it's good to have fresh blood (within the body of the person, I'm not a vampire 0o)....(with the body of said person still alive!). Should you have any questions just post away, good luck with your journey
      Thanks! My degree was pretty much the same regarding workload, however it wasn't as easy as yours seemed to have been

      And to put you out of your misery, no, unfortunately I don't see kangaroos frequently
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