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      First true lucid

      I had one lucid before but I woke up very quickly. But this lucid[s] was [were] entirely different, I had a series of things happen in my dream last night, so I'm not sure if it was one huge dream or a series of dreams. I also don't remember it entirely, I don't have great recall, but I can recall portions of it. First off it was extremely vivid, probably the most vivid dream I have every had. I was in my bed, figured out I was dreaming, I stepped out, talked to my parents a little [woke them up I think XD], said weird things, eventually lost lucidity but gained back at points, left house to talk to someone dad helped pack lunch one thing was a cheese sandwich, talked to person, came back with the cheese sandwich because I don't like them, I was then outside saw green avatar of someone on another forum, it had the xbox swirl like in their avatar but it said Nintendo Video at the bottom. Then I can't remember anything further and woke up at some point.

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      From my experience increased vividness is linked with remembering dreams and a little lucidity.

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      It's a shame you don't remember much. Maybe you should improve you dream recall, so that you remember more of what you do in LDs. There's nothing more frustrating than having a long, vivid LD and then not writing it down when you wake up so you forget a lot of it.

      Congrats on your second lucid though

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      Congratulations on that Lucid!

      My Lucid's have that same intense vivid quality as well.

      With a little work your recall should get better. Like Caz said, it really sucks having a great Lucid and having a hard time remembering it.

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      Recall becomes natural after a while as well as going Lucid. Like all hobbies that are fun and exciting to do, it takes a true understanding and a great deal of practice! You will get better eventually, we all do!
      Last Lucid - 1/31/2008
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