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    1. #1
      Join Date
      May 2008

      Hey Lucid Dreamers I'm new

      First of all I'd like to say hello to everyone.

      For the last 3 years I've been a full time stoner and never been able to remember any of my dreams. Reading about lucid dreams really interested me, i always wanted to start lucid dreaming but because i never remembered any of my dreams it seamed to out of reach. A friend of mine stopped smoking pot and told me about how he would have vivid dreams every night so i decided it was time for me to do the same.

      Instantly i started dreaming every night and I've spend the the last 3 months improving my dream recall in order to master the lucid state.

      In the last month I've become lucid twice, both times I've been chased by bad guys and ended up murdering them all. After killing the enemies I start the freak out that I've killed someone and come to the realization this cant be real I could never kill someone and from there i work out that I'm dreaming.

      Both times I've started flying and its been really enjoyable.

      I want to learn to master this art so i can turn every dream into a lucid dream but I'm not really good and picking out dream signs. The only way I seam to do it is by killing people then freaking out about weather or not this is real.

      Well thats where I'm at with lucid dreams at this point in time. I hope to further my skills in the future and look forwarding to chatting with you all.

      Peace Love Freedom

    2. #2
      Member Jdeadevil's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jun 2007
      LD Count
      Can't remember
      Lancashire, England
      Heya Blissy!

      I'm not really knowledgeable about full time stoners but I can say well done for mentally improving quickly. And yeah, you're doing great with the Lucid Dreams, you have great skill and you can only get better! So you're wish will come true, you will master this skill in no time. If you follow everything right, that is. But I'm sure you're doing fine, as I said before, you're doing great!

      Welcome to the community mate. Hope to see you around!

      "He who is the cause of someone else becoming powerful is the agent of his own destruction" - Ezio Auditore da Firenze (1459 - 1524)

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    3. #3
      Dreamer Jonathan's Avatar
      Join Date
      Dec 2007


      Welcome to DV, Be sure to check out the tutorial section:
      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...splay.php?f=25 and the acronym to navigate through DV jargon: http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ead.php?t=2954

      To gain lucidity, you can check out WILD or DILD, the two most popular techniques. Most people will tell you that you can improve your chances of lucidity if you ask yourself if you are dreaming whenever something odd, or you dream sign occurs in reality.

      Dream signs- record your dreams upon awakening, and read them to see a pattern, if a bunch are at school, in your room, or with a certain person, that pattern is a dream sign. When ever you are with those signs in reality, be sure to make sure it is not a dream.

      Best of Luck, and Happy Dreaming!
      A dream! What is a dream? And is not our life a dream?
      Fyodor Dostoevsky Notes From the Underground

    4. #4
      Join Date
      Apr 2007
      Out Chasing Rabbits
      Doing it for every dream is very difficult, no one here can do that other than the naturals. You sound pretty advanced for someone who's only lucid dreamt twice. Nice job, more to come I'm sure. Don't you find lucid dreaming a better high than pot?


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