EN | NL | FR
Current Wings Quest 130
Rainbow Connection

Milk and honey :)

Post new topic Reply to topic

Author  Message 
Rhett
King Vanny
Astral Explorer
23
Posts: 359
Joined: 12 May 2010
Last Visit: 11 Nov 2012
LD count: 10
Location: Utah
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

It was gross

back to top
Dani1202
Lucid Firebird
Lucid Initiate
28
Posts: 87
Joined: 22 May 2010
Last Visit: 28 Jan 2012
LD count: 4
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Rhett wrote:
It was gross


Did it at least help, then? mrgeen



Current LD goal(s): Stabilizing the dream after becoming lucid
back to top
lbsf1
Somniologist
Somniologist
Posts: 163
Joined: 22 Mar 2010
Last Visit: 24 Jan 2014
LD count: 6.5
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Just tried some. It was lovely. I'm not going to sleep for another 8 hours so I don't know if it will effect my dreaming. but by god it was delicious.

back to top
Rhett
King Vanny
Astral Explorer
23
Posts: 359
Joined: 12 May 2010
Last Visit: 11 Nov 2012
LD count: 10
Location: Utah
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Haha i don't remember my dream

back to top
lbsf1
Somniologist
Somniologist
Posts: 163
Joined: 22 Mar 2010
Last Visit: 24 Jan 2014
LD count: 6.5
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Just had some again. It was really nice as before however this time I had it with some coffee. Reallly nice

back to top
shinju
Lucid Initiate
Lucid Initiate
26
Posts: 78
Joined: 07 Mar 2010
Last Visit: 13 May 2013
Location: try again
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

I heard of milk&honey helping to fall asleep, nothing with dreams though ... but I'll give it a try tonight~

it'd be nice to have 4 LDs in a row :O (had 3 last 3 nights and can't believe it, lol)


back to top
Rhett
King Vanny
Astral Explorer
23
Posts: 359
Joined: 12 May 2010
Last Visit: 11 Nov 2012
LD count: 10
Location: Utah
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

shinju wrote:
I heard of milk&honey helping to fall asleep, nothing with dreams though ... but I'll give it a try tonight~

it'd be nice to have 4 LDs in a row :O (had 3 last 3 nights and can't believe it, lol)
Lucky you!


back to top
morepurple
Novice dreamer
Novice dreamer
Posts: 39
Joined: 01 Feb 2009
Last Visit: 26 Nov 2012
 
PostPosted: Sun 23 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Milk + honey tastes awesome..
drank some last night, had an extremely realistic dream which was awesome.


back to top
*Laurelindo*
Yes! I am invincible!
Dream Deity
33
Posts: 763
Joined: 23 Apr 2010
Last Visit: 15 Jan 2018
LD count: 24
Location: Sweden
 
PostPosted: Mon 24 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Speaking of realistic dreams, just exactly how realistic can lucid dreams be?

I mean, I took a walk in the woods today, and I ended up in a peaceful beech forest (like this), and the silence and the singing birds in the distance actually created a rather dreamlike atmosphere - do very vivid lucid dreams really feel like this, like waking reality?


back to top
64
Tere, kuidas läheb?
Novice dreamer
27
Posts: 22
Joined: 04 Jun 2009
Last Visit: 14 Jun 2010
LD count: 5
Location: Estonia
 
PostPosted: Mon 24 May, 2010  Reply with quote

so, i tried this last night.

first, i must say that this might have been the first time i actually drank milk with honey - and i´ll be damned if that wasn´t the best thing i´ve drunk this year!
as for results - first of all, i fell asleep rather quickly, although i had been awake for only 13 hours and really hadn´t done anything to get me tired.
secondly - i was able to remember one vivid, one kinda vague dream and one that was really vague.
as i haven´t been seeing much dreams for some reason lately (well, actually no dreams whatsoever) and i´ve only had about five lds since i started about 1 year ago, i am quite pleased with the results. i´ll definitely keep on tryin´ and keep you guys updated with the results.

btw, shouldn´t this topic be moved to lucid lab? i´m just askin´...


back to top
lbsf1
Somniologist
Somniologist
Posts: 163
Joined: 22 Mar 2010
Last Visit: 24 Jan 2014
LD count: 6.5
 
PostPosted: Mon 24 May, 2010  Reply with quote

Wow this really works even though I took it 2.5 hours before going to bed. I had 4 vivid ns last night. I can only remember what happened in 2 of them. I remembered one more as soon as a got up but forgot that before I wrote it down. I'm pretty sure I also had another one just before I got up but I don't remember it I just have that kind of feeling I did.

back to top
shinju
Lucid Initiate
Lucid Initiate
26
Posts: 78
Joined: 07 Mar 2010
Last Visit: 13 May 2013
Location: try again
 
PostPosted: Mon 24 May, 2010  Reply with quote

shinju wrote:
I heard of milk&honey helping to fall asleep, nothing with dreams though ... but I'll give it a try tonight~

it'd be nice to have 4 LDs in a row :O (had 3 last 3 nights and can't believe it, lol)


pheww. nothing at all today meh I hate school days, seriously ...I guess the alarm is just too much for me ... I hardly remember any dreams when woken up harshly >.<

even though I did fall asleep really quick


back to top
Lao schin
Dream yogi
Novice dreamer
14
Posts: 34
Joined: 27 Apr 2010
Last Visit: 18 Jan 2016
LD count: ~ 99
Location: Neo-cortex
 
PostPosted: Mon 24 May, 2010  Reply with quote

This is interesting as far as I like as much milk and honey smile

I will definitly try this dreaming mixture soon


back to top
gimmesympathy
New member
New member
Posts: 5
Joined: 03 May 2010
Last Visit: 21 Jan 2011
 
PostPosted: Tue 25 May, 2010  Reply with quote

ohh sounds kinda good... I'll try it.

back to top
Dani1202
Lucid Firebird
Lucid Initiate
28
Posts: 87
Joined: 22 May 2010
Last Visit: 28 Jan 2012
LD count: 4
 
PostPosted: Tue 25 May, 2010  Reply with quote

It was quite tasty - didn't remember my dream though. But I blame my Alarm Clock. It went off and I jumped up, flailing my arms and almost getting a heart attack! I suppose DragonForce is the wrong band for a gentle, calm awakening...^^
Of course I forgot my dream in the shock! neutral

Yesterday I tried it with hot chocolate. I couldn't really fall asleep because breathing was heavy (I'm suffering from a bunch of allergies, resulting in a light form of Asthma), so I couldn't concentrate on MILDing. When I woke up, my dream recall was a bit better than usual these days(though I was too lazy to write it down - shame on me!).



Current LD goal(s): Stabilizing the dream after becoming lucid
back to top
Display posts from previous:
Post new topic Reply to topic

print  

All times are GMT + 2 Hours
Jump to:  


Powered by phpBB
LD4all ~ spreading the art and knowledge of lucid dreaming online since 1996 ~