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How did YOU learn to LD? - Part II

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AJ
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct, 2012  Reply with quote

i've always had lucids as a kid, and one day me and my older bro were talking and he mentioned this cool dreaming technique his friend did. He was telling me about his reality checks * which he did not use that word * and his watch method. He said it was called lucid dreaming. I noticed about the lucid community in a game i played and then I heard of Ld4all by a friend. I came here, joined, and started to follow techniques, got my DJ and I started to write. Within a few weeks I got my first LD after trying techniques! I started in March.


Current LD goal(s): Meet my Spirit Guide
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milod789
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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

I had this skill when I was a kid and frequently had spontaneous lucid dreams though I did not know what they were called. I thought everyone dreamed like that. As I got older they became less frequent. One day I was in a mall bookstore. I just grabed a martial arts book and was going to cash out when I passed the " new age occult" section. As I was looking at the books I saw " exploring the world of lucid dreams" and it caught my attention. I flipped through the book and immediately understood what the book was about as I still had lucid dreams just not as often as I used to. I was excited to learn that I could learn to have lds on a regular basis. I have been into lucid dreaming ever since.

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sandy
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I started with an Edgar Cayce group
PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

I joined an Edgar Cayce group where we touched on a little of everything. I actually did start with the whole dream diary thing but didn't really jump at me until I was in my mid 30's! For more then 10 years I was so exhausted from LDing all night, I had to sleep 9 hours a night with an hour or 2 nap in the afternoon! I still do. I can remember every dream all night, every night. It is still tiring.
Hey we ARE a LD site. Why don't we talk about Edgar Cayce more? He's the most famous of us all!


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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec, 2012  Reply with quote

My first LD was a happy accident, every one after that has been thanks entirely to ld4all, the FAQs and Tutorials have been highly helpful to me. WTB, RCs, WILD and MILD have been the methods I've had some success with. I have much more to learn, but I'm well on my way.

Thanks ld4all!



Current LD goal(s): Confront and annihilate my fear.
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donald
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PostPosted: Fri 22 Feb, 2013  Reply with quote

I've had 3 LD's. All have been spontanious. I am currently learning with Charlie Morley in the UK so that I can increase the frequency of my LD's.


Current LD goal(s): self inception
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myechta_rukovodstva
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PostPosted: Fri 22 Feb, 2013  Reply with quote

Um, honestly...

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Braixen
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PostPosted: Fri 22 Feb, 2013  Reply with quote

I've always managed to LD... I don't know why - it's a rare thing to have a normal dream for me o.o


Current LD goal(s): LD without waking up quickly
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Jonaskr17
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LD
PostPosted: Wed 06 Mar, 2013  Reply with quote

Haven't quite learned LD'ing yet.. Sometimes I've lost the hope of succeeding properly. I've had a few LD's through dream signs but I haven't learned WILD yet.


Current LD goal(s): Succeed a WILD and find Samadhi
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Aaron Canty
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PostPosted: Thu 14 Mar, 2013  Reply with quote

Learned online, through dreamviews and some more resources smile


Current LD goal(s): Dream recall; another LD
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AJ
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PostPosted: Fri 15 Mar, 2013  Reply with quote

Well, I've always have had lucid dreams since I was 3-4. I have a very good memory IWL, and asleep. smile It's like supernatural, it's not even funny. So anyways, I remember one night when I was 2 I woke up from a bad dream and I knew it was a dream but I couldn't do anything and I just went to my parents room. One of my first LD's was when I was 5/6 and I had a dream about the grim reaper being at my window and later I became lucid and ended the dream, so I vowed that my next nightmare about him I would know, so I had a nightmare about him when I was 6/7 and I knew it and so I saw him and tried to run away but my SC glued me to the ground and I had to sit there and watch him. I was only 7, so I had like no control.
Anyways, a few years ago my brother was talking about how people control their dreams by doing methods to fall asleep and be aware etc . and it sounded familiar and he called it lucid dreaming so I googled it last year around this time smile almost exactly a year ago and started.

GO DREAMING!!!



Current LD goal(s): Meet my Spirit Guide
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jeweledcityquest
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PostPosted: Mon 18 Mar, 2013  Reply with quote

I had a couple of spontaneous LDs and went online looking for info. I use some of the tips and tricks I've learned hear and from reading a couple of books, and right now have about 4 a month or so, but it feels like I'm on the verge of learning to have more.


Current LD goal(s): stabilize lucidity, increase vividness
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Anaxamander
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Location: Oklahoma, USA
 
PostPosted: Thu 30 May, 2013  Reply with quote

There was an episode of the 90's TV show Northern Exposure about a character (Chris) who has lucid dreams. I did some research to find out if it was a real thing, which led me to Stephen Laberge's books. That same day, I went to my university library and devoured "Lucid Dreaming."

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4therace
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Location: Europe
 
PostPosted: Mon 08 Jul, 2013  Reply with quote

My first lucid dream was when I was only 5 or 6 years old, and I still remember it today.

It was a repetitive dream where I would fall into a black abyss. I was always so scared, but after the fourth time I knew I was dreaming, and I was calm. I never had this dream again.



Current LD goal(s): Fly!!!
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Clustafer
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PostPosted: Wed 02 Oct, 2013  Reply with quote

Reality checks, recording dreams, and WBTB + WILD


Current LD goal(s): Go explore something cool, go skiing in deep powder, design a space colony.
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moonflue
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PostPosted: Wed 27 Nov, 2013  Reply with quote

I actually didn't know about LD, then i heard a friend of mine talk about it. i made some research and found this forum and that's when i confirmed that i've been having LDs for a few months now.

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