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      Hey dreamers !

      Glad to be here ! =)
      I'm a french guy interested in dreams since I've read the french best-seller novel "Le sixième sommeil" or"The sixth sleep" about lucid dreaming a year ago, and then i learned from L'Attrape-Songes which is a french forum like this one. I'd like to master my dreams with lucidity like some people here 'cause I only had 4 times being aware that I was dreaming and my enthusiasm ended the dream or i lost lucidity 1 minute later.
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      Welcome!

      That sounds like an interesting book! Do you think it made lucid dreaming more popular in France?
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      Hello Guiitoo. Getting over excited at becoming lucid can be countered with dream grounding/anchoring techniques, like touching something in the dream and really focusing on the sensation of it. Like feeling the grass, or a tree, or whatever is there. Make me woder if grounding techniques are mentioned in the book you read. Sometimes clasping my hands tightly together in the dream works to anchor me at the start of unstable lucid dreams. Best of luck prolonging your lucid dreams. See you around the site.

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      Sorry for the delay and thanks for the answers ..
      You're right the author Bernard Werber is among the biggest french living writers and his books are made to tell a story besides teaching true informations about the subject which was dreams and states of sleep. It may be why there's so much interest on lucid dreaming in France actually.

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      Thx for the technique Methos, actually I'd lost my routine during a 4 days journey, but during those days I did another lucid dream and applied this technique I heard before, the shadow began to fade away while I shaked my hands and feeled my body to get back in the dream. I even tried to feel my real body in bed but I didn't and I feel addicted to this strange feeling I had, now just willing to get better.
      Just one thing : after being back to the dream, I decided to fly and then I lost lucidity 😅.
      Didn't wrote it so I can't remember much.

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