Lucid dreaming (9)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-16 18:56 ID:gz3zW6Fk

ITT we discuss lucid dreams.

I used to lucid dream occasionally, but recent school-related stress has made it more difficult for me to even remember my dreams. Now my summer vacation has started, and hopefully I will succed in having lucid dreams again...they are often quite entertaining

Any other lucid dreamers here on 4-ch? I need advice in how to increase the chance of my dreams becoming lucid ones.

For those who don't know wtf I am talking about: a lucid dream is a dream where you are aware of the fact that you are dreaming, while dreaming, and able to control the dream as you desire.

2 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-16 20:00 ID:6hcaGOke

>>school-related stress



3 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-17 13:00 ID:dHnkHmSm

I've dreamt lucidly before, but my control always seems pretty limited and not really worth the time/energy to induce LD.

4 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-19 01:44 ID:XTiRTHrH


Thinking about it all the time helps. Or at least right before you go to bed.

I can't lucid dream very often, but what's fun is figuring out how to stay awake when your body goes into sleep paralysis. It's very scary and weird.

5 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-19 08:20 ID:14tDlQRO

I've done it before... most of the time when it happens, it's right before I'm supposed to wake up (like I might hear the alarm go off in the back of my mind), or after I wake up and go back to sleep because I want to finish the dream I was having.

At least once I was disappointed during teh dream, because I wanted to finish a dream, but I knew that I could now make anything I wanted happen. Knowing that, I pretty much tried to make things progress as I thought they would have.

6 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-19 23:28 ID:+vMi1oe6

You can work to increase the number of lucid dreams that you have. I tried that for a while with pretty good results. For some reason, though, I fell out of it. My current sleep scedule is far too messed up to try that again, though.

7 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-26 08:18 ID:dXXW2/o3

OP here, I had a lucid dream this morning, but it wasn't very vivid...but I'll definitely practice more, this was my first lucid dream for a very long time. In the dream I did the usual stuff, flying around and observing the dream.

8 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-27 20:36 ID:dXXW2/o3

Does anyone know good tutorials?

I know two sites:

9 Name: Anonymous : 2006-06-27 21:15 ID:b1nhjeO9

That sounds familiar. You realise you're responsible for telling the story and it's less interesting that way.

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