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      I had 4 DILD last night!

      Unfortunately I was so excited that I didn't write them down and just went back to sleep, so they are very foggy and jumbled. I remember having four separate lucid dreams last night, though! I tried the "Clarity, now!" to stabilize the dream, and during another one dropped onto my hands and knees to feel the texture of the ground to stabilize. I was fully lucid, and spent one of the dreams levitating myself. I couldn't manage to levitate other objects though, and I remember consciously thinking about this forum to work around many of the things I experienced!

      I read this thread http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...=peanut+butter by Westonci and ate 4tbsp before going to bed. I had also just returned from a diving trip to the Keys where I dove twice, got seasick and threw up three times, and drove for five hours to get home. Needless to say I was exhausted by the end of the day, but I took a nap this afternoon after eating another 4 and had another lucid dream! That is 5 LD in one day! Both times I went to bed, the HI was very strong, something that I have not experienced in the past few months. I followed the flow of them and tried to hold onto the images as they occurred to me, and it worked! Not sure if it was 2 WILD and 3 DILD, or 5 DILD, but regardless...

      So thank you Westonci, and I would highly recommend experimenting with peanut butter! And also always keeping a Dream Journal!

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      Good God! Were they linked via DEILD? Or were they seperate?

      GOOD WILD's: 4 (Got it down Bitches!)
      GOOD DILD's: 3
      Short LD's: At Least 40

      READ ABOUT THE EPIC DREAM!

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=61915

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      I don’t think that it was DEILD. One was a false awakening and I had to re-realize that I was in a dream, but the other three were all separate from one another, and I remember waking up, thinking that I should write in my dream journal, but putting it off for the opportunity to have more LDs. Getting up long enough to write something down would keep me from falling back to sleep easily . I usually change positions when I wake up in the middle of the night though, which would have cancelled out the DEILD, and I'm 99.9% sure that I moved around before commencing dreaming. Damn, I really wish I’d written in the dream journal, they have become so hazy over the day!

      I'm going to bed in about 2 minutes, right after I finish off my jar of peanut butter!

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      This gives me even more reason to appreciate my favorite snack of Peanut Butter and Bananas.

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      Have you had any more success?

      GOOD WILD's: 4 (Got it down Bitches!)
      GOOD DILD's: 3
      Short LD's: At Least 40

      READ ABOUT THE EPIC DREAM!

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=61915

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      no not yet... it's starting to frustrate me. I have had some incredibly vivid dreams though. In one, one of my friends from high school was apparently majoring in marine biology. She lived in this castle in the ocean (the water was rather shallow)... It was... more beautiful than almost anything I've seen in real life!

      I also had a dream last night where there was this vampire guy who was flying around this dining hall, I guess it was. I turned and said to my sister, "See how he's doing that?! That's how I fly in my dreams!"

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shift View Post
      no not yet... it's starting to frustrate me. I have had some incredibly vivid dreams though. In one, one of my friends from high school was apparently majoring in marine biology. She lived in this castle in the ocean (the water was rather shallow)... It was... more beautiful than almost anything I've seen in real life!

      I also had a dream last night where there was this vampire guy who was flying around this dining hall, I guess it was. I turned and said to my sister, "See how he's doing that?! That's how I fly in my dreams!"
      dont expect and Lucid Dreams from peanut butter, I think Westonci just wanted to point out that Peanut butter gives you more bizarre and vivid dreams and increasing your dream recall

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      Quote Originally Posted by I H8 Reality View Post
      dont expect and Lucid Dreams from peanut butter
      I don't, it's just that before I read this thread and started the peanut butter, my dream recall (for the 1st time in my life) had totally disappeared. I went from 4-6 dreams a night to 0, and it was upsetting. My response to RockNRoller was about that streak of LDs (even rarer!) that I had, but I did mention that the peanut butter is still aiding in my recall/vividness, apparently. That's why I mentioned having that incredible dream about the ocean... I went from no dream recall whatsoever to one of the most beautiful dreams I've ever had!

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      Good god! Congratulations, I've yet to have one, =p.
      Number of DILDs: 2
      Number of WILDs: 1
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=56397

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