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      10-09-2019, 04:33 PM
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      After about a long dry spell, I had a lucid dream this morning AND I found my dream character. We embraced because I just couldn't believe it...
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    by wRembrandt on 10-09-2019 at 04:33 PM
    After about a long dry spell, I had a lucid dream this morning AND I found my dream character. We embraced because I just couldn't believe it actually worked after so long a dry spell. I used MILD. The key to it that there needs to be a strong link between the mnemonic and the thing I want to remember. In this case, I noticed that school is recurring setting in my dreams. Thus, I spent a good portion of yesterday creating a very strong link between school and my intention to find my dream character. It's not the mantra or visualization that causes a lucid dream. It's the prospective memory and the link between the intention and the mnemonic. Visualization + mantra is only to strengthen that link such that it will even work while in unconscious REM sleep.
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    Small Lucid Dream

    by wRembrandt on 09-16-2019 at 07:13 PM
    I had an extra hour of sleep before work so I took a nap. All I did was set an intention of what I wanted to do the next time I had a dream. I occupied my mind with this intention. Focused more on falling asleep. Find so-and-so. Sleep paralysis came after some time and I kid you not, I willed the dream into the moment. I felt the dream coming on so I just invited it in until I found my inside a small store. I found a cashier and asked if she knew where so-and-so was. She looked and didn't say anything. The lucid dream ended.

    I ended up oversleeping.

    On another note, this October will mark 10 years being part of Dream Views. That would be 10 years of me *attempting* to *master* lucid dreaming. I'm just going to go ahead and say that no, I am not a master of lucid dreaming. I can't lucid dream everyday and when I do have a lucid dream, it is less and than thirty seconds long. Just because I easily had a lucid dream today doesn't mean I am going to have one tomorrow guaranteed.

    June 9th

    by wRembrandt on 09-03-2019 at 07:04 PM
    Had a dream it was my last day in high school. I didn't realize it was and I was the last student in the classroom with a male teacher. I told him that I had 'finally done it.'; that I had no more schooling left for the rest of my life. I leave the building and I realize I am dreaming. I stabilize the dream by looking at my hands, and everything becomes clearer. I try to summon a dream character but no dice. The dream ends not because it collapsed but because my alarm went off I needed to be awake.

    Breaking Dryspell

    by wRembrandt on 07-30-2019 at 07:02 PM
    After a 5 day dry-spell, I managed to have a lucid dream this morning.

    - Wake up at 6:15 A.M
    - WBTB period was 115 minutes including reading and working my computer for a coding assignment.
    - Go to sleep at roughly 8:30 A.M with needing to get ready for work at 9:45 A.M(Yikes)

    There was a point where in the middle of my nap, I wake up again for 20 seconds. I instinctively "[got] present to the moment." That's all I'm thinking during that micro-waking. "Get present". It's this thing where I take a mental pause, clear my mind and focus on the here and now. I also sort of focus on where my Frontal Sinus is located - between my eyebrows. I don't accept the existence of a "third eye" so more testing needs to be done. I fall asleep like that and later on I recognize that I am dreaming.

    Updated 07-30-2019 at 07:11 PM by wRembrandt


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    by wRembrandt on 07-18-2019 at 10:04 PM
    I didn't have a lucid dream today. I think I woke up at the wrong time. I started and ended my WBTB 1-hour later than I would have liked. The WBTB period was still 90 minutes but that didn't seem to matter. I wasn't in the right state of mind while falling to sleep either.