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      Hi, I'm Da_bomb143 and im a wannabe lucid dreamer...

      I've been attempting (being the keyword) to lucid dream for a while now, but i haven't yet succeded. I can recall dreams fairly well, but sometimes i struggle to remeber them at all. If there are any really good techniques, tips or other helpful things, could you please let me know.

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      First of all, welcome, I don't think that I'm the person to welcome you here because I suck and I have only a very few posts...

      ... But anyway, writing dream journals as soon as you wake up is essential if you want to have better dream recalling, I'm still a newb in this stuff, so I'll let someone more experienced to answer this question for you.

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      yeh, i've been keeping a dream journal for a while now, but most of the entries are only a couple of sentences. Thanks anyway
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      Dream journals are by far the best way to improve your dream recall. If you've been trying for a few weeks, and its not working, there is a way where you are almost guaranteed to remember a dream. Set your alarm for a few hours after you go to sleep. This should wake you up during the dream, and if we wake up during a dream we usually remember it.

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      The biggest thing with building dream recall is to be consistent. Make yourself write in your journal every morning. If that's not enough, as Webmaster suggested, try waking up in the middle of the night after/during a REM phase (when you're dreaming), and try to think of the last thing you can remember doing.

      Also, another little tip is that when you first wake up, don't move. Just lay still and try to recall the last thing you can remember. Once you remember something/anything, you'll find that most of the time you'll be able to recall more of what happened by working backwards from there. Once you have an idea of what happened, write down a brief summary in your DJ, and then you can go back and fill in the blanks with the specifics.

      "If there was one thing the lucid dreaming ninja writer could not stand, it was used car salesmen."

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      hey there, to Dreamviews! I don't really have anything much to add but if u have any questions, feel free to ask.
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      Good advice. Another thing that I've found to improve dream recall is to review your dreams from the night before, right before you go to sleep.

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      Hey Da_Bomb143!

      to Dream Views!

      Hope to see you around!

      And Master already stated to get a DJ. So, do that.

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      Da_bomb143, I'm glad you decided to join us!

      You've already been given some good advice.

      You might want to review the Newbie Zone Guide for helpful information about this site: http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=36723

      You may also want to check out the Tutorials forum which contains information on the various lucid dreaming techniques: http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...splay.php?f=25.

      If you should have any additional questions, please ask and we'll do our best to get you answers!

      Welcome to Dream Views!

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