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Miredo
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Let´s achieve LD together!
PostPosted: Sun 28 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

<mod>moved into quest ... you can discuss your progress here moogle
good luck thumbs and welcome to LD4all welcome </mod>


Hello!

I´ve been on and off of LD quite a while. Now I would like to pay more attention to it ( write down my dreams, do RC etc ) and finally master LD. It would be so good if I could chat with somebody who´s trying the same ( or who has already achieved it ). We could share our LD progress, tell dreams and even motivate each other. Nobody from my friends is really into LD. So if here is somebody who´s interested to do it, just let me know wiske


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

HI
I have been trying to LD for a week now with no sucess (yet, remember to be positive) I never have had them naturally either. I would be willing to except your offer (lol)
I try WILD and a bit of MILD.


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Definately! I'm also trying to have an LD! I've only had 1, and I wasn't trying to induce it..

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PostPosted: Sun 28 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Ok, I'm with you! smile

I am trying one week now and already had 2 lucid dreams. One was only a few seconds long cry and the second was kinda an OBE (I took advantage of my natural SPs I'm having sometimes).

I recommend beginning a Dream Journal. It's really helpful. ^^

I wish all of you many lucid dreams! universe


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PostPosted: Mon 29 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Actually we can discuss our progress right here and motivate each other!
Did anybody had LD tonight? I didn´t sadblauw I don´t even remember my dreams properly. I only remember who were in my dream. Well, that´s still better than nothing .
Tonight I am going to wake up after about 5 hours sleep, hopefully remember my dream and write it down, be about 15 minutes awake and then fall asleep by repeating a mantra.


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PostPosted: Mon 29 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Yes I had one, you can look here for the details: ^^
http://www.ld4all.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=37164

Making RCs during the day really helps alot, I think that's a major point. The dream recall gets better and better once you start a dream journal, so I think you'll soon have a lucid dream (It worked for me). When you write down your dreams you remember dream patterns and you'll do RCs when something weird happens.


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PostPosted: Mon 29 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Hi! that sounds like a great idea. I've been on and off but now i want to get back on track and stay on it..i'm currently trying the Sigil Induced Lucid Dream with some very promising results but i've hit a stumbling block. you see I have to work for 6 everyday so i wake up at 4 and that is exactly when i enter my REM phase, so i would begin a very vivid dream only for it to end so abruptly by my alarm clock. Im thinking about going to sleep earlier since i go to sleep at 10. so yes, i'm in!


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PostPosted: Mon 29 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

me, trying for a weekend

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PostPosted: Tue 30 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Bluemoon, congrats for a LD. I am really happy for you! ^^
My dreamrecall was better today than it was yesterday. A strange part about this is that I remember to have a remembrance of making a RC-s in a dream.

Welcome, PerPle and hintss. I wish you luck with LD-s! How many LD-s have you had?

Question to everybody: what are you planning to do in your next/first LD?


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PostPosted: Tue 30 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

hello,

i'm triying to get lucid since some weeks.
I have partial success, so I'm get lucid in some nights. But I've not fully achieve full lucidity yet. In some dreams I notice that I am dreaming, but I have problems to stable the dream an often I'm not fully aware of myself.

I'm triying WILD and RC over the day and some autosuggestion. In this moment I seem to be in a little weak phase, because I have a bad dream-recall and no lucidity in this and the last night.


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PostPosted: Tue 30 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Miredo wrote:
Bluemoon, congrats for a LD. I am really happy for you! ^^
My dreamrecall was better today than it was yesterday. A strange part about this is that I remember to have a remembrance of making a RC-s in a dream.

Thanks! If you keep on going you'll recognize patterns in your dream. If you encounter something strange make a RC (even if you think you are in reality) and think that you are in a dream. If the RC fails then you can be sure that's reality.

@all
If you have the motivation and just don't give up I'm sure you all will have a LD. It's worth the "troubles". smile

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Question to everybody: what are you planning to do in your next/first LD?

I already flew so the next thing to do is spitting fire! ^^


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PostPosted: Tue 30 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Miredo wrote:

Welcome, PerPle and hintss. I wish you luck with LD-s! How many LD-s have you had?
Question to everybody: what are you planning to do in your next/first LD?


Well according to my dream journal, i've had 15 since i started last year. the day i found out about lucid dreaming that very same night i had my first LD and a FA. i took a break for sometime because i realized i was connecting nightmares to LDs, so anytime i tried to LD it would put me into a nightmare. Now i'm starting a fresh and i've had 1 short LD and a FA so far (coincidence?) For now my main aim is to FLY!!



Current LD goal(s): To have absolute control
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teilnehmer
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

You have been connecting nightmares to lucid dreams? This sounds not good... but now your LDs are better? What do you had in the "short LD" you had so far?

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PostPosted: Wed 31 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

yes, its like i have trained my mind into thinking that the only way i can get lucid is with something lurking behind the corner to kill me. the LD i had recently was again induced by a nightmare. I was in a dark room and as usual something scary was lurking around the bend, then i just realized i was dreaming, didnt even have to do a reality check. so i willed the lights to turn on and decided to face whatever it was and it simply ran away but when i began to stabilize my dream and increase lucidity it was like my real eyes were opening so i just opened them. little to my surprise it was a false awakening and being mad at myself for waking up i forgot to do a RC and just went along with the dream. Hopefully me standing up to whatever that was i'm now free of Nightmare Induced Lucid Dreams.


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PostPosted: Wed 31 Mar, 2010  Reply with quote

Don't be discouraged though, a lot of lucid dreamers discover the ability because they have many nightmares as children. I've see many of those turn into amazing LD'ers. smile

And good luck everyone! grin Keep it up, with a little perseverance you'll get far!


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