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      ok so last night i went to sleep normaly, set my alarm clock @ 5 am and another @6 since i have to wake up for school @ 6. I woke up and turn of my 5am alarm and went back to sleep normaly and had a dream where me and this friend of mine. we were in the forest and we found this boat with a drill so we decided to get in and drill a hole in the ground and as we got deeper in the hole. we fell in it i found my self in my friends house. then this guy i never saw b4 i think he was indian or black i couldnt rly remember, he said i have a important mission for you and told me to go upstairs with him and im my friends parents room. then he looked @ me and said do u know whats wrong? i said waht? he said you are dreaming i was like your sure? so i did a nose rc but i couldnt breath thru it so i was like uhh are u sure then he was like yes u are dreaming. then i juss went into my friends room and saw some random girl and to make sure this was a dream i went up to here and grabed her boob she didnt care so i was like AWESOME!! but then i got too excited and i think i lost lucidy after becuz i juss continued on the dream then the alarm rung and i woke up confused as hell hahha then got rdy for school.

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      Try using the WILD method, it really helps. I tried it today and I was seeing the colors and everything, and I had like a 2 second LD. I got scared as hell though, my heart was beating so fast, so I woke up, haha. I'm going to try it again later tonight.

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      haha wilding is impossible for me i cant seem to do it
      either i get too tired or feel umcomfertable and juss go to sleep

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      Thats awsome man!
      Lol, your lucky i wish a DC would tell me im dreaming.
      Dont hesitate nexttime, if you can breath through your nose and its plugged, YOU ARE DREAMING! 100% -Just remember that.
      --And calmb down, maybe you should get a little better at LDing before you grab tits. Becuase...how can that not make you excited
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      At first it's scary, like for some reason it feels like you're being teleported into another world or place. Seriously, my heart was beating so damn fast, I just opened my eyes because I was so scared. I've tried the DILD method, but it's way too hard. So far the only method that has worked has been WILD. I'm thinking of trying a method some other guy posted around this forum, it basically involves closing your eyes immediately at the moment that you wake up, and not moving a muscle. Try that one, it might work.


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      Just click that link above ^, it's the link to the method I just talked about, where you wake up and close your eyes, don't move at all.

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      lol thnx shyne ill try to stay calm hahaha but its kinda hard since lding is soo awesome hahaha
      method man ill try that dream reentry 2night hope it works for me ;]]

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      Hey, congratulations! Your dream characters seem to be far superior to mine... For me they are just mindless drones who give one word answers to everything I ask them.

      This makes me think - there are, what, at least 5 "First LD experience" topics a week in this forum, and the vast majority of these topics are from people (myself included) who claim to have a Lucid age of 0-2 months. Lucid Dreaming is relatively easy to learn, and usually gets amazing results within two months... how is it that Lucid Dreaming is so little known in popular culture? Or have I been living under a rock, or something?
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