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Real or an Illusion?

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Re: Real or an Illusion?

Post by viktorados on Thu Jun 19, 2008 5:09 pm

In my case it was a gradual, self-evolving experience: with every such dream, I started to take control of it gradually. First it was for a few moves/episodes, later on - you can take the lead of the whole dream.

Currently I can sometimes wake up completely remembering the dream, reconsider its script/event, and then go back to the same dream and continue the experience. But it is possible only in halpf awake state, and such experiences happen only in the morning part of the dream (like between 5am and 7-9am, on weekends).

Try to increase you own control over your actions in your dream, beginning with control over small movements, like walking, flying etc (if you are aware of yourself during this dream).
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Re: Real or an Illusion?

Post by SmileAwhile on Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:24 pm

How often does it happen for everyone
viktorados, are you able to do it almost every weekend


Can you use this process to make a scary dream better or to just extend an already good dream and make it great

I'd like to use lucid dreaming to make the great dreams even more amazing!
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A friend suggested to me to set the alarm in the morning, when you wake up - remember your dream and try to go back asleep and use control. Has anyone tried this method
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Re: Real or an Illusion?

Post by viktorados on Sun Jun 22, 2008 1:43 pm

I have it almost every weekend. Sometimes very intense, sometimes brief...
I usually make my dreams more interesting: often you might be able to have a "cinema" effect, doing "unreal" and "impossible" things in the nearly real world. :D

The idea with the alarm is great, I think this is one of the triggers of lucid dream in my case, as often I have 1-2 alarms set, but on weekend I simply wake up, and then fall back to sleep (as I do not have to go to work).
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Re: Real or an Illusion?

Post by sky on Sun Jun 22, 2008 2:04 pm

There is actually a software program on the net to enhance the ability of LUCID dreaming.
Its called Lucid Warp
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Also, anyone trying to get more vivid dreams one could start taking Omega 3 supplements like Fish oil or Flaxseed oil. I know from personal experience that since starting with fish oil the frequency and the intensity of my dreams has increased very highly. And I am not talking about some stupid s**, Erotic dreams :oops: but all kinds of (generally pleasant)dreams.

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Re: Real or an Illusion?

Post by developing_success on Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:49 pm

Well i had some lucid dreams, but didn't had one for a long time.
The most pleasant thing about it is that you are actually "God", you can do anything and still knowing that you dream
The biggest drawback is that you think all of the day how sweet was that dream, losing the joy of actually living and the fact that you will link a lot of pleasure to sleeping, so you end up sleeping more.
Another way i consider effective to lucid dream is to ask yourself regularly during the day some questions (maybe putting alarms on your mobile phone) with questions like:
1) Am i dreaming
2) Am i living the moment
3) Am i doing the right thing in long terms if not what can i do
4) How can i make it all better
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