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    13 Year old Scottish teenager. I've been having natural lucid dreams for a little while now (3 years+), and since my friend Stewart (sramsay12) recommended this site to me, during a discussion regarding LD's, I've become facinated with the ability.
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    Had a strange nap..

    by HARRISANDERSON on 10-27-2012 at 10:25 PM
    Hi folks,
    Well, I had a power nap this afternoon, and I experienced the most vivid dream I've ever had.
    Here's a little description/ account of it.

    "I flew across an ocean lit only by the burning-orange glow from the setting sun on the horizon. I could feel the rays of heat on my face, the air rushing past my body. The sound of the water below, and the occasional passing bird. Not a single item of land was present. I soared higher and higher, faster and faster, across the never ending sky, before settling back for a gentle glide at about 3o mph. I gazed into the sunset, indulging in it's beauty, which seemed to be ethereal. Music was also gently playing in the background, which I assume was a piano piece called Primavera.I fought extremely hard to contain my sense of wonderment and excitement, but eventually, the dream collapsed."

    This was, by far, the most enjoyable and life-changing experience I've ever had the pleasure to be part of. I'm still transfixed and mesmerized by the sheer beauty and attractiveness of the dreamscape, and all that came with it. As impressive as the visuals were, the thing that put the icing on the cake was every other sensation that came with them. The sounds were crisp, calm and relaxing, and the 'feel' of the world was alarmingly pleasureful and realistic. Every little piece of the dream seemed to carve out an emotion I was capable of producing, and multiply it by a factor of 50. Honestly, this may sound a little silly, but the dream really has changed my perspective of the world we live in.
    Here are a few pictures of the kind of visuals I witnessed. The sky and ocean had a VERY yellow/orangey hue, and almost seemed to be on fire. The photos are not 100% accurate reprisentations (well, the bottom one is pretty close), but they will do:





    A song also played in the dream, as I mentioned. Here is a link to the piece:

    Thanks for taking the time to read this folks!

    Music; Pros and Cons..

    by HARRISANDERSON on 09-24-2012 at 09:30 PM
    Background info.

    Hi folks!
    Well over the last week or so, I have been attempting to prove that it is easier to create a dreamscape while performing a normal, bog-standard WILD (as per usual), with one extra element; Music.This may seem odd, as some people view music as a distraction, but please allow me to explain.

    The music.

    Now, I like many genres of music, but there only a few that felt appropriate for this experiment. Classical (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB4fO-f33K0) and other instrumental pieces, such as "Never stop" by Chilly Gonzales.

    What it does.
    This is VITAL to the whole process working. You see, the type of song you use can aid you in creating your ideal dreamscape. For example, I chose to use "Primavera" because I needed a piece of dramatic, powerful yet etheral music. It seemed to go well with the theme of flight, over an ocean, hence why it was used. I found that this helped me to create this dreamscape up to twice as fast as non-musical WILDs.
    "Never Stop" seemed like a good choice for inducing upbeat, happy, productive dreams, as it seems to build, and build, and build.
    So I can conclude that yes, certain pieces of music can be used to create specific types of dreamscapes faster, with higher levels of vividness and lucidity.

    Ok, so now that we know this method can be useful, let's break it down into pros, cons, and a few tips.

    • Dreamscapes are created faster
    • Dreams become more vivid
    • dreams are easier to focus on
    • less audable distractions are heard

    • Music may be distracting for some
    • Cannot turn music off during dream
    • May prevent sleep
    • Music may not be availible for specific dreams
    • Could induce nightmares of wrong genre is used

    A few tips.

    Remember. Music may help me to create quick dreamscapes, but it may not work for you. Try to experiment, and find your own niche. Feel free to contact me if needs be.
    Try to stick to the act of WILD itself, rather than focusing on the music itself. Think of it like a movie; During an action scene in a film, you don't generally focus on the background music. You tend to focus on the visual aspects.The music in a movie is only there to create an atmsphere, and draw you into the on-screen performance. Apply the same mentality to the WILD. The music is a backdrop, not a main feature!
    I hope this article has helped you in some way, and, as ever, feedback is greatly appreciated.
    (I would also like to point out that my grammar is awful in this article as it's been a rather long day)
    All the best, Harris.

    Attempt using music :)

    by HARRISANDERSON on 09-13-2012 at 08:52 PM
    Going to try a few techniques tonight, Including inducing a WILD with music. to help me visulize my dream. I'll keep you all updated on the effectiveness of this