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      NZ dreamer here to say hello

      Hello everyone, i thought i should introduce myself before i tuck into a good read of your ever-so intriguing forum.

      My name is Kea and i'm 21 from new zealand.

      My dreams have always been a huge part of my life, even before i was 5 i had incredibly vivid and memorable dreams (at that stage i had no idea that the things remembered when i woke up in the morning were actually dreams so i would often confuse and terrify my parents with stories about aliens, armadillos or other strange creatures entering my room!)

      As i grow older my dreams have been exponentially increasing in weirdness and complexity, and it seems that the more i develop as a person, the more my dreams open up to me and offer me experiences that are simply unattainable during my waking reality. I feel as though dreams offer us unique, individualised learning experiences which can unlock our personal power. While i have always LOVED having trippy dreams, it has only been in the last year that i have recognised their potential as catalysts for personal and spiritual growth.

      Some of the highlights of my dreams over the past year or two have been experiences of teleporting, breathing under water, flying in invisible veichles, experiencing being other people, floating into the air to view the scenario from above, using magic charms and reading minds.
      One of the most mind-blowing ones i have had recently was a dream where i was in some european country that seems to be at war and evacuating all their citizens. I was walking along in a long line of worried and dishevelled people, when a man hands me a book and points to a picture at the bottom of the page. It was a a very old picture of a hill where the botanical gardens is in my home town, the date stated that it was a photo was taken in 1862 when my town was just beginning to be colonised. Next thing i know i am sucked back in time through this photo to the site of the gardens where i find myself flying around, checking out what my city looked like 150 years ago.

      I have had only a couple of truly lucid dreams, and usually the only way i 'wake up' to the fact that i am dreaming is when i dream about squeezing through impossibly small gaps or cracks in walls and when i come out the other side, i am fully lucid. It never lasts long for me though, like my brain goes into shock at what its experiencing and wakes me up. I often gain awareness within a dream because i recognise that the scenario is just too bizzare to be "real" but its more like i am just filling a role within the dream and it unfolds around me without any alterations and i never even think of trying to change the situation.

      I have suffered from twisted nightmares for most of my life, and i feel that developing the ability to lucid dream would help me face my fears and extract meaning from my nightmares instead of endlessly running from them.
      I keep a dream journal but i often have bouts of non-stop horrible nightmares for weeks so when that happens i stop writing everything down because the dreams are often so traumatising i just dont want to have to think about it again.
      Luckily the nightmares pale in comparisson to the good dreams which i have, so i refuse to be put off dreaming by my overactive internal fear-production system.

      Anyway thats enough from me, looking forward to learning from all you dream wizards and i'll see ya'll round

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      Hello MoonMoth! Just because your name also ends with oth, I view you as a cool person! hihihi

      Those are quite some interesting experiences you got there Sadly, I never payed much attention to my dreams most of my childhood, and those I remember don't have much fantasy in them...I compensate that nowadays!

      Regarding your "short" lucid dreams, try giving our stabilization tutorial a read, it has tons of useful information regarding that issue See you around!
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      You have to face lucid dreams as cooking:
      Stick it in the microwave and hope for the best?
      MMR (Mental Map Recall)- A whole new way of Recalling and Journaling your dreams
      Trying out MILD? This is how you become skilled at it.

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      Hi Zoth, thanks for the welcome!
      Cheers for the tip too, i'll check out this stabilization tutorial now

      All the best

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