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warp2002
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daydreaming Vs. Lucid dreaming
PostPosted: Mon 22 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

does anyone know anything about using daydreams to induce lucid dreams, because I've picked up tidbits of information about things such as "self hypnosis" and "cognitive rest" and the lot.

not to mention I've been daydreaming before and somehow seemed to slip into a state of SP, yet I could move
(at least I think I could uhh ).
I glanced at the clock and noticed time seemed to be going by very fast before I drifted off to sleep, the next morning, an entire page of my dream journal was filled, but it was written in vulperial text (if you want to know what vulperial text is e-mail me at warpitthere@yahoo.com and request a copy of the file) it took me a little while to read, but it referred to a dream where I was leading an army to defend atlantis whatsthat yeah, wierd. This was remarkably like what I was daydreaming about (what would have happened if atlantis was involved in WWII)

so has anyone heard or read anything about this?




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PostPosted: Mon 22 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

Well being in hypnosis is almost the same thing as daydreaming, your in that zombie state of mind where your subconsious takes over...not sure how to induce LD's into that but its kind of a cool way to see things in a different perspective. Daydreaming can induce larger trances and many mysterious things can be disscovored that way. I beleive everything in all of exsistance is imprinted in our minds, we just arent conscious of it, unless the subconscious takes over. eek2

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PostPosted: Wed 24 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

you have to learn to train one or more of your senses (imaginary) to be very strong, if you want to day-dream and cross into lucidity

like, imagine touch, and so you create a day-dream, you create the image of something familiar like an instrument, and you practice real hard on touch, because if you can master imagination touch then you can touch an imaginary dream thing, and use it to pull yourself out of body.

this can happen wide awake.

vision is another way, reverse blinking

patience is the key, we learn whatever we are meant to learn very gradually, so we are mature enough to handle such a huge shift in awareness.


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PostPosted: Wed 24 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

wow eyelids i love ur comment! and i must try imagining the object and feeling it to pull me into the dream! life is more than we can see! <mod>off topic question removed</mod>

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PostPosted: Fri 26 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

that last comment was a little off topic crazy2 , I just wanted to know if anyone's heard of using daydreaming as a tool to induce lucidity, so please only post advice and hearsay in this thread, thank you. dragon

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PostPosted: Fri 26 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

I tried to send an email to you, but you must have misspelled you address because I got an error message.

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PostPosted: Sat 27 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

thanks for pointing that out mrgeen I'll go back and fix it, here is my real E-mail : warpitthere@yahoo.com, E-mail me requesting the vulperial info, please don't shareware the details of LOWW. Until I publish my works on it, I can't get a copyright, and I really don't want my idea stolen. sadblauw blauw plotting devil

but feel free to e-mail me or post replies to my threads in vulperial text, once you get the translator, of course, that way, only those who know vulperial know what you're saying. grin

<mod>making forum posts in vulperial text would be against forum guidelines and so any posts would be removed. moogle </mod>


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

I read on here a while ago that daydreaming would lead you into an LD eventually. Just daydream as you fall asleep or something? I dunno.

I think there is a link between LDs and daydreams though because sometimes when I daydream I get so far into it all of my consciousness is there (in the dream), like a normal dream.


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Re: daydreaming Vs. Lucid dreaming
PostPosted: Sun 28 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

warp2002 wrote:
not to mention I've been daydreaming before and somehow seemed to slip into a state of SP, yet I could move
(at least I think I could uhh ).


I don't get that. Since SP is defined as when you're not able to move, how could you move when you're paralyzed?


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Re: daydreaming Vs. Lucid dreaming
PostPosted: Mon 29 Sep, 2008  Reply with quote

Zukoca wrote:
warp2002 wrote:
not to mention I've been daydreaming before and somehow seemed to slip into a state of SP, yet I could move
(at least I think I could uhh ).


I don't get that. Since SP is defined as when you're not able to move, how could you move when you're paralyzed?


actually, thanks for bringing that up, What I meant by that was I was experiencing the hallucinatory and altered perception aspects, yet I wasn't experiencing the paralysis that is indicitive of it.......I guess I should have proofread that before posting it. ^^


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