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      Arrow Hello (again)!

      Hey everyone!

      I'm Timo and just yesterday I reminisced about the good old times when I was frequently LDing and how I really got into LDing when I joined dreamviews back in January 2016. This made me want to go back to LDing. I really want to try to get back to my old level or even beyond that.

      So, here I am, 20 years old, in my 3rd year of university and really eager to get back to LDing. After watching a few YouTube videos on the topic yesterday before bedtime I actually became lucid for what I recall to have unfortunately been only a few seconds. But hey, that's something at least! Nevertheless, I felt absolutely amazing waking up knowing I've had a LD that night.

      Does anyone of you have advice on how I can quickly get back to having regular LDs?

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      Sparkelz
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      Welcome back!

      What you need is a to make a good plan and follow it throughout. Start by having a good sleep schedule, writing down your dreams and also incorporating lucid practice during the day.
      Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.



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      Cheers NyxCC!

      I'm trying to establish a solid sleep schedule and I'm already writing down my dreams in a journal. What exactly do you mean by "lucid practice during the day"? Do you mean RCs and the likes?

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      I've been lucid dreaming for nearly 10 years now (I can't believe it!) and I take a lot of time off between practicing it. I don't know why, I wish I had the motivation to try every single night...anyway, what helps me get back into the groove of things is to just write my dreams down for a couple nights. Reality checks definitely help but I feel like I don't need to do them as much anymore. The #1 thing that works, for me, is to keep up with the dream journal, without that I'm useless!

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