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Chaoserver
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My entrance into LD
PostPosted: Mon 30 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

Hello, for quite some time I've had sleep problems. I intend to try and take this slowly, but I believe it could be beneficial should I become adept at it. I've had my share of nasty sleep paralasis aswell, but hope that dwindles away in time.

Gonna start up a journal smile


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Hapexamendios
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PostPosted: Mon 30 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

Good idea. Welcome kiekeboe

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Henrique
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PostPosted: Tue 31 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

Welcome to LDing Chaoserver.
We hope you enjoy ur studyings of the subject, more u read, more u learn, remember that!

Keeping a Dream Journal is a crucial factor to ur LDing abilities! And for the beggining, start improving ur Dream Recall!

Bye! ^^


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Rob4000
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PostPosted: Wed 01 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

Welcome, i'm sure you'll love it once you get started, and once you improve your abilities (which'll probably take time), you'll keep them...kinda like riding a bicycle, but you have to train first smile

A DJ is a very very good idea, almost any LDer keeps one and it really helps with DR and also with looking for dreamsigns (recurring themes in dreams that you can use to spur a RC).

Above all, have fun!, lucid dreaming is one of the most amazing things and you'll be able to do anything once you master your abilities smile


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G. atlanticus
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Re: My entrance into LD
PostPosted: Thu 02 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

Chaoserver wrote:
Hello, for quite some time I've had sleep problems. I intend to try and take this slowly, but I believe it could be beneficial should I become adept at it.


Hi Chaoserver! (says me, the newbie) Good luck with LDing! I read somewhere, in an e-book on OBEs, that the relaxation technique used to induce them helps with insomnia and other sleep problems. Ld4all's guide to WILDs offers a similar technique:

Quote:
1 - Relax
The hypnagogic stage occurs when you are relaxed. So first you do a relaxation exersise.

Feel yourself breathing in and out. Breathe in and tense the muscles of your feet. Breathe out and relax the muscles of your feet. Breathe in and tense the muscles in your lower legs. Breathe out and relax them again. Go on until you have come to your head.


I hope that helps! shy2



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