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I am a Lucid Dreamer: Commanding the Subconscious Mind

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BenDrummin58
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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

Keep it up guys smile . It's almost too easy to get what you want, now.

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KauaiDreamer
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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

BenDrummin58 wrote:
Keep it up guys smile . It's almost too easy to get what you want, now.
Haha, guess the law of attraction works!
I am KauaiDreamer a strong lucid dreamer who can heal when lucid. lucid
How's that for an affirmation?



Current LD goal(s): ~get better at making a healing energy sphere, conquer doubt, fear & negativ
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#Six
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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

KauaiDreamer wrote:
I am KauaiDreamer a strong lucid dreamer who can heal when lucid. How's that for an affirmation?

Great. smile It is in the present moment.

A few days ago I repeated to myself many times for a couple of days:
"I am Lucid Dreaming."
Yesterday, in a dream I was at first unconsciously involved in a situation when I said to myself, "I Am Lucid Dreaming." And was so Lucid.


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Cirnol64
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

I read the "Forming a Relationship with your Subconscious" and ever since I said "In 7 hours I will realize I am dreaming" I've been having lucid moments for s few seconds and then I forget I'm dreaming again or I don't care enough because I want to see what happens in my normal dream.
(Side note: The night I said that, I had a nightmare after a long time and actually saved myself from a terrible fate :D )


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matt8690
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

Great post Ben. Lately I have been stressing the importance of telling myself that "I will have a lucid dream" instead of using the phrase, "I am a lucid dreamer". I am going to give this a try every time I do a reality check, or whenever I remember this post, and also incorporate it into my WBTB tonight to see how it works. Thanks again Ben, this has really changed my perspective on how to ask for a lucid dream.

I am Matt, and I am a lucid dreamer.


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iammoto
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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

I AM a lucid dreamer.

I AM a god who co-creates the reality around him with the universe.

I AM able to be lucid while performing extended experiments in the dreamstate.

I AM able to master WILD's.

What about "can".

Namaste


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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

I do believe this post has reached "Epic Awesome" status. ^^

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Ambsi
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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jun, 2010  Reply with quote

I have a question...
Lately I've been trying to induce more lucid dreams with the "In ... hours" line, but it's not working quite well xD I keep waking up at 4-5 o' clock in the morning, but that is when my visualized "timer" should reach 0 and I'm supposed to realize I'm dreaming.
Even when I still have some time left (like last night), it's still not enough to fall asleep again and start dreaming.

Well, I can't exactly get lucid when I'm not even dreaming! Should I use shorter intervals? :\ I'm worried that the REM-sleep won't be very... good so early in the morning.
Any advice?

Edit: Oh gosh eek2 I think I just realized what I'm doing wrong Whenever I said "realize I'm dreaming" I associated that with feeling my surroundings... And my surroundings at that moment were my bedsheets and my pillow! lach1
Gosh I'm such an idiot Next time I'll try visualizing myself in a dream, hahaha xD


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PostPosted: Tue 17 Aug, 2010  Reply with quote

Amazing post simply amazing after reading this Post i had figured out I always do the I am check im always telling people Why do you say you cannot do it? if its still hard I sometimes go Why not? Why shouldnt i be able to do this? Now i am going to take this AND fit it into my mind to Have a lucid dream i Have had many lucid dreams But i will make them more controllable and to do what i wish to do in my dreams, It can happen and it will. smile dragon

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PostPosted: Wed 18 Aug, 2010  Reply with quote

This is a fabulous post! The very first lucid dream I had, I found out how important it is to be able to command your unconscious mind, to tell it who is boss. I woke up inside of a dream, sitting up in a balcony of a theatre, and I just watched, fascinated, the players on the stage...I knew it was not real life...but at some point, I started clapping, and said that is so wonderful! The stage players all turned, looked at me, and said, How did SHE get in here? You aren't allowed in here! I got kicked out, and woke up immediately. Darn~ Took me a lot of lucid dreams to tell those dream characters to back off, I was in control now. I showed them...I would just snap my fingers and make the one arguing with me disappear! I said, who else wants to challenge my authority? They pretty much let me run the show after that! Fun! It's YOUR mind!

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PostPosted: Thu 19 Aug, 2010  Reply with quote

PSCahill wrote:
The stage players all turned, looked at me, and said, How did SHE get in here? You aren't allowed in here! I got kicked out, and woke up immediately.


lach2


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Don Anonymus
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PostPosted: Sun 29 Aug, 2010  Reply with quote

Eh... wow ? I'm shocked ! I gotta read this every day until it gets in my mind. I forget things easily. I'll note this URL somewhere.

Thousand thanks for sharing such a deep but simple theory with us !

And BenDrummin58, feel happy for making so many other people happy smile !


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utah
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Dec, 2010  Reply with quote

Great stuff Ben, this and the thread from 2006 as well.
I realized that my mantras are bad so i will use one of yours (At (insert AM time here) tomorrow, I will realize I'm dreaming ) for a while and then i will see how it works.
Thanks Ben ! tumbsuplinkswitteduim



Current LD goal(s): truly believe that Lucid Dreaming is easy
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LucidLife74
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Dec, 2010  Reply with quote

I just want to say that this is going to help me tremendously!!! Thank you soooo much!

~I AM a lucid dreamer!~



Current LD goal(s): have frequent successes!
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eltane
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PostPosted: Wed 19 Jan, 2011  Reply with quote

Thanks alot for posting this useful information.

I am a lucid dreamer!



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