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      I like it when I get to sleep like this: ... (I am waiting for surgery as a carpenter, so I can not work at the moment. So I sleep only when I want to sleep. )

      First 3 hours, where I can spend years in dreams, dreaming about the day that was... (..often starting of with a seamless transition in to the dreamscape's.)

      Then I seem to "wake up", and go back to sleep, only to wake up 2 hours later, and feel totally rested...
      (Seems my body/brain does a full rebuild always within +/- 2 hours... Provided I ate enough/'the right' food the day before. Which can be harder than it might sound.)

      Then again I seem to "wake up", and go back to sleep, only to wake up 3 hours later, not forgetting about my dreams, ...


      The last 3 hour session, almost always being only dreams where I know I am dreaming...



      I usually sleep for 8-10 hours, as you might have seen already...

      And I like to throw in another 3 hours, after the last 3 hour session, and dream some more, (being aware that I am dreaming.) ...

      Oh the freedom!
      I am so glad I find more and more ways to integrate that freedom here!
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      Thats a normal sleep pattarn. Although your memory is exceptionally good.
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      Well, his dreaming in the first 3 hours is odd.
      Are you sleeping during the day? Cos that would explain it. Your circadian rhythm is causing you to REM for the first 3 hours.
      Wish I could sleep for hours whenever I liked.. lol
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      Quote Originally Posted by Placebo View Post
      Well, his dreaming in the first 3 hours is odd.
      Are you sleeping during the day? Cos that would explain it. Your circadian rhythm is causing you to REM for the first 3 hours.
      Wish I could sleep for hours whenever I liked.. lol[/b]
      Not during the day, no. I usually sleep from around midnight, to 8-12 in the morning...


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      I think I am the same. I sometimes have vague dreams till 4.30am ish. I wake about 4.30am, then either meditate for an hour or so,
      but hopefully drop into dreaming again thinking of the best last dream or I repeat a scenario over and over in my head of what I want to dream linking the prior dream.
      This way if I can't get back to sleep I am prepping myself with meditation anyway for the next 90 min rem cycle (also saying ot myself "it will be Lucid" and "I will know it's a dream").
      This also allows a rem cycle to pass if I can't get back to sleep and I can enter the next one at the beginning (hopefully).
      Sounds complicated, but the normal pattern (Just formatted positively). During the 4.30am-6am I have dreams that are clearer and I can follow, but not controlled or Lucid.
      I wake at 6amish and for a minute or two prep for next sleep pattern. I find usually the next dream is at least close to what I want, and this morning was a controlled LD! (my 2nd one in 2 nights since chidhood - 30 years ago)
      I don't know if it was the 90 mins of prepping foir it, or if it would happen if I prepped for 2 mins at 6am to keep it fresh. Maybe it doesn't matter.
      Anyway, this was in the 6am-7.30am rem period. I usually find myself clutching for the LD again in the 7.30 am-9am rem period, but things start to get noisy and such with my wife getting up and stuff.
      Your thoughts?
      Last edited by DreamChaser; 10-13-2007 at 11:02 AM.

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