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Ocean_Pheonix
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The way to stay lucid
PostPosted: Sat 09 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

basicly stop time tounge2 i met a guy who claims hes been in a lucid dream half his life and that it was about two hours in whole


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PostPosted: Sat 09 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

Wait.. I didn't understand your post. You mean he knew to LD half of his life and he stayed in a LD for two hours? Well that's amazing! :D

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PostPosted: Sun 10 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

yes, i had no idea what he was saying sadblauw whatsthat whatsthat

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PostPosted: Sun 10 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

Well, he probably means it felt like half of his life (so the dream was loooooong.Yeah' that's possible...to stay in a dream for years, so I read).

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Re: The way to stay lucid
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I've heard a technique for this here once. You should go to a clock when you're in a LD and find a way to stop the hands, or even turn them backwards - this should guarantee a looooong dream siiw

Ocean_Pheonix wrote:
basicly stop time tounge2


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PostPosted: Thu 14 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

im interested in this technique
id love to find out how

therefore i can meditate inside my dream and rewind time and meditate for million of years and it will feel like 2 hours my time

if i can get wisdom - inside my LD for that lifetime
in 3 hours i can have the wisdom of an old man

that would be awsome


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PostPosted: Thu 14 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

Wow..that would be pure awesomeness. Imagine how your LD will never end!

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Re: The way to stay lucid
PostPosted: Thu 14 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

tukkek wrote:
I've heard a technique for this here once. You should go to a clock when you're in a LD and find a way to stop the hands, or even turn them backwards - this should guarantee a looooong dream siiw

Ocean_Pheonix wrote:
basicly stop time tounge2



The clock technique definately works. I had the best, longest lucid dream I've ever had last night, it seemed to last for hours and hours and on top of that I was having hot sex (for a long time) with my ex girlfriend and two other girls in the dream with a room full of people watching, and I still didn't wake up. Throughout the dream I was fully lucid (i was making people dissapear and using telekenesis etc. in the begining of the dream). I knew I was going to wake up soon so I made an alarm/timer type device appear and set it next to me and set the alarm/stopwatch for 30 minutes. When it got down near to 2-3 minutes left, I would reset the timer to 30 minutes again and it kept me inside my dream for a long time... This was before I even saw this thread so I just did this on my own last night in my lucid. It definately works though.


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PostPosted: Thu 14 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

For all the newer dreamers, we had a quest to stop the time last year.
I think it was in February of 2009...

It does work and many people completed it.


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PostPosted: Fri 15 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

woah! That would be awesome!!!!!! i need to get back into LDing! smile

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PostPosted: Sun 17 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

d3struct wrote:

if i can get wisdom - inside my LD for that lifetime
in 3 hours i can have the wisdom of an old man

that would be awsome

Agreed. That would be awesome squared. Really expands on the reason I started lucid dreaming in the first place: pursuance of wisdom and understanding.


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PostPosted: Sun 17 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

holly crap, how does that work out?! that's pretty sweet! and in a way kinda scary overspannen
that would be the sweetest thing, y'know, just take off to lala land for a couple days, take a vacation siiw
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For all the newer dreamers, we had a quest to stop the time last year.
I think it was in February of 2009...

It does work and many people completed it

would there be a possibility that they might be thinking about bringing that one back? i'd be willing to shoot for that one smile


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Re: The way to stay lucid
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Tenshiki wrote:
tukkek wrote:
I've heard a technique for this here once. You should go to a clock when you're in a LD and find a way to stop the hands, or even turn them backwards - this should guarantee a looooong dream siiw

Ocean_Pheonix wrote:
basicly stop time tounge2



The clock technique definately works. I had the best, longest lucid dream I've ever had last night, it seemed to last for hours and hours and on top of that I was having hot sex (for a long time) with my ex girlfriend and two other girls in the dream with a room full of people watching, and I still didn't wake up. Throughout the dream I was fully lucid (i was making people dissapear and using telekenesis etc. in the begining of the dream). I knew I was going to wake up soon so I made an alarm/timer type device appear and set it next to me and set the alarm/stopwatch for 30 minutes. When it got down near to 2-3 minutes left, I would reset the timer to 30 minutes again and it kept me inside my dream for a long time... This was before I even saw this thread so I just did this on my own last night in my lucid. It definately works though.


Hey cool thing siiw I never did it, but I'm anxious to and glad it worked out so well for you. I had never thought of resetting the timer indefinitly - it looks like abusing the technique but this seems to have amazing effectiveness! smile

The quest mentioned by Lord Antares can be found here. Thanks man, I'll take a look at it now grin


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PostPosted: Tue 19 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

OMG, this is just amazing, I gatta try it! This could be the absolute answer to prolonging LD's! Imagine all you could do in that time... I'm definitely going to remember this in my next LD grin

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PostPosted: Wed 20 Jan, 2010  Reply with quote

This sounds great but wouldn't you get a bit worried in your LD that you were asleep for too long? I've had that before, been convinced that I've been asleep for ages and it must be late afternoon before I look at my clock! I know you're consciously prolonging it, but I think id still be worried if I had a really long dream that seemed like it went on for days that I was missing the day in real life. Guess it's ok on a weekend though. Anyway, I gotta try it next time I'm lucid for sure!

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