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      Hello all on the Dream Views forums!

      I'm new here, and thought I should, you know, introduce myself or something.

      So here I am. My first introduction to dreaming was in elementary school when I read some Carlos Castaneda (The Art of Dreaming), but that was only a passing interest. I learned about "lucid dreaming" proper about three years ago, when I discovered Creative Dreaming by Patricia Garfield in a local second-hand book shop. From there I found LaBerg's ETWOLD, which I read from cover to cover.

      Since that time I have kept a dream journal off and on. I had my first DILD two years ago, and a few more in the year following. I basically stopped my dream journal and RCing etc for a while (mainly because I never had good sleep cycles in the last couple years of high school), but in the past few months I have become interested again.

      I discovered Dream Views in the external links section of the Wikipedia article on lucid dreaming a few weeks ago, and since then the info here has helped me to induce my first WILD!

      This looks like a great community. I especially like the monthly lucid tasks (sound like great fun), which I plan to participate in when I become good enough at LDing.

      So that's that, I guess.

      -LUX

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      Hi Lux! Glad you found us! Look forward to seeing you around.

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      Hey Lux! Welcome to DV!

      Seems like you got the basics down. If you have any questions or need help, ask away! Our community would love to help!

      By the way, Lux Aeterna is an awesome piece of music. One of my favourite pieces actually. I especially like Clint Mansell's Remix for The Two Towers trailer.
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      Thank you. Glad to be here.

      By the way, Lux Aeterna is an awesome piece of music. One of my favourite pieces actually. I especially like Clint Mansell's Remix for The Two Towers trailer.[/b]
      Yeah, both that movie and the music were some of the best around. Of course, the song "Lux Aeterna"--Latin for "eternal light" is a traditional part of a classical Requiem Mass (death mass) among Catholic () composers (for example Mozart). It is highly appropriate, then, that the score for Requiem for a Dream include this title on one of its songs.

      Just a little factoid for ya.

      -LUX

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      Hi, It looks like you know what your doing I hope you enjoy dreamviews becuase its such an awsome place
      Need Help? Have Questions? PM me so I can help you out

      "Dreams are as portals. Flat visions of misty places. But I can write dreams!" - Myst Uru

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