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Topic: Dream Recall...
Rathez

Replies: 2
Views: 2166

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Dream Recall...
Posted: Mon 09 Jan, 2017
Try sleeping for about 5.5-6 hours, wake up, and stay up for about 30 minutes to an hour, however long its takes you to lose that sleepy grogginess, then go back to sleep. This will increase your awar ...
 
Topic: Stretching ... SP-killer?
Rathez

Replies: 5
Views: 1420

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Stretching ... SP-killer?
Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013
Well, partially the problem I'm having with WILD too is that I'm worried that I will fall asleep without me knowing it.
When I lay still for 10+ minutes than I can't help but start extremely day-drea ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013
@Rathez : Do you know if your guide has been ever translated into french ?

Not to my knowledge.
 
Topic: Feeling of haste and urgency in LD
Rathez

Replies: 5
Views: 1763

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Feeling of haste and urgency in LD
Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013
Yes when I was new, and when I'm out of practice, this happened often.

Spend some time telling yourself before you go to sleep every night, even out-loud, that you will remain calm when you enter y ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Wed 07 Nov, 2012
Hey all,

I don't pop in much here as of late, but I'm glad this guide is still helping those learning how to lucid dream. I still teach this same very method to friends who show interest in the dre ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 13 Dec, 2011
Is there any risk that keeping a Dream Journal refuses to work the way it is supposed to work?
I mean, for example that you may remember your dreams more easily but they just don't become and more vi ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 29 Nov, 2011
Wow! Almost 2 years since I posted this guide. Its been a while since I've been back here too. I'm glad people have found my guide useful.

I'll answer the common question about vividness and awaren ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 21 Dec, 2010
Oh wow! I JUST read this guide last night and I must say, it motivated me SO much to keep track of my dream journal more! It's weird, just last night I had a dream where I wrote in my dream journal. T ...
 
Topic: Alright, had my first sub-conscious LD. But I don't remember
Rathez

Replies: 7
Views: 4088

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Alright, had my first sub-conscious LD. But I don't remember
Posted: Thu 15 Jul, 2010
Sometimes you have what's called a "false awakening", where you literally do wake up in your dream, but, otherwise, it's basically conscious awareness that you are dreaming. Then, as it was ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 13 Jul, 2010
In the past month or two I have not been keeping up with my lucid dreaming at all and have lost most of my recall and have not been lucid dreaming at all. However, I see this as a chance to start fre ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Tue 13 Jul, 2010
Yay! Person who wrote this, you have inspired me to write my first entry in my dream journal! Status: normal dream. Rank: step 1.

I'm glad I could help out!
 
Topic: Food in lucidity...
Rathez

Replies: 49
Views: 21966

Forum: Lucid Adventures
Subject: Food in lucidity...
Posted: Fri 09 Jul, 2010
Lucid food is amazing. I ate some salt and vinegar chips in one of my lucid dreams, and it was amazingly good. It was like eating the perfect chip everytime.
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Fri 09 Jul, 2010
This is a great guide. It has motivated me even more to stop slacking off when it comes to my dream journal. I can't wait to write my dreams down tomorrow. smile I love how to stressed the importance of ...
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Fri 09 Jul, 2010
I would also love to hear the progression made by anyone following my guide. Feel free to keep the thread (and me!) updated on your progress!
 
Topic: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Rathez

Replies: 105
Views: 90662

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Tutorial: Beginners Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Posted: Fri 09 Jul, 2010
I cannot thank you enough for writing this guide. As soon as I read the bit about getting caught up in methods, I knew I had to read this...I've been trying to LD for two years with very little succe ...
 
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