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Topic: {warning: spoilers!} Spinning top (Inception) Reality Check
jcwarrior91

Replies: 13
Views: 12891

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: {warning: spoilers!} Spinning top (Inception) Reality Check
Posted: Fri 23 Jul, 2010
I agree that the spinning top method would be too long and take up too much dream time. I have always just looked at my hand to initiate a lucid dream. My hand always looks strange in my dreams, and s ...
 
Topic: Inception Dream Control Manual
jcwarrior91

Replies: 50
Views: 52252

Forum: LD4all news and announcements
Subject: Inception Dream Control Manual
Posted: Fri 23 Jul, 2010
I just watched the video and thought it was a great introduction to lucid dreaming. An ld4all Youtube channel is a great idea. And 'Inception' is a great movie to watch if you need some motivation to ...
 
Topic: Couple of mythbusters here!!!
jcwarrior91

Replies: 10
Views: 4192

Forum: Lucid Adventures
Subject: Couple of mythbusters here!!!
Posted: Fri 09 Jul, 2010
Well, just because those things didn't work for you, doesn't mean they won't work for others. Everyone is different. For lots of people, those techniques actually work. I think it has a lot to do with ...
 
Topic: what was this
jcwarrior91

Replies: 5
Views: 2048

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: what was this
Posted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010
Yeah, I have to agree with tosyxChor, it sounds like you were just in the stage between waking life and the first stage of sleep. Lots of weird things can happen during this stage, visions, sounds, st ...
 
Topic: Does Daydreaming Increase/Decrease Chance of Lucid Dreams???
jcwarrior91

Replies: 10
Views: 5459

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: Does Daydreaming Increase/Decrease Chance of Lucid Dreams???
Posted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010
Wow! Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of the thoughtful answers! I guess it all comes down to what you believe will work best for you. Lucid dreaming seems to be a very subjective experience, d ...
 
Topic: Questioning? (if a lucid dream happened)
jcwarrior91

Replies: 2
Views: 1671

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: Questioning? (if a lucid dream happened)
Posted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010
Yeah, almost every time I have a lucid dream, I wonder if I was really in control, or if that was just an illusion or wishful thinking. But, I've figured out that this doubt comes after every single l ...
 
Topic: Does Daydreaming Increase/Decrease Chance of Lucid Dreams???
jcwarrior91

Replies: 10
Views: 5459

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: Does Daydreaming Increase/Decrease Chance of Lucid Dreams???
Posted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010
So, if you daydream a lot during the day, does that fulfill the need that we have to escape reality? Or does it increase our likelihood to have vivid/lucid dreams because we are in that state of mind ...
 
Topic: I don't get it... whats the catch?
jcwarrior91

Replies: 9
Views: 5029

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: I don't get it... whats the catch?
Posted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010
I think the "catch", if you want to call it that, is hard work, determination, and focus. If you can apply those three principles to lucid dreaming, then you have a great chance of success. ...
 
Topic: your average for length of lucid dream
jcwarrior91

Replies: 19
Views: 18240

Forum: General Lucidness
Subject: your average for length of lucid dream
Posted: Fri 02 Jul, 2010
Ooh. I really like that wave metaphor. I completely agree with that. Also, my lucid dreams seem to get longer and longer, the more I have. I would say 10-15 minutes.
 
Topic: How to dream with around 6h sleep?
jcwarrior91

Replies: 5
Views: 2558

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: How to dream with around 6h sleep?
Posted: Fri 02 Jul, 2010
Yeah, I've always found that it takes about 6 hours for me to wake up and remember my dreams. I have noticed, though, that the longer I keep a dream journal, the early I remember dreams. Also, tosyxCh ...
 
Topic: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
jcwarrior91

Replies: 7
Views: 2585

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
Posted: Wed 30 Jun, 2010
Sometimes when I read my journal from months ago, those crazy irrelevant dream segments actually make sense, and/or remind me of something that has actually happened. It's actually fun to laugh about ...
 
Topic: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
jcwarrior91

Replies: 7
Views: 2585

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
Posted: Wed 30 Jun, 2010
I understand what you're talking about. Yeah, I guess we all do that somewhat in real life and our dreams. I just try to avoid it if I can.
 
Topic: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
jcwarrior91

Replies: 7
Views: 2585

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
Posted: Wed 30 Jun, 2010
Thanks for the advice, Aspirant. The list idea is good. I'll definitely try that. I guess I'm just a perfectionist, cause I try to keep my dream journal very neat and organized and usually I try to wr ...
 
Topic: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
jcwarrior91

Replies: 7
Views: 2585

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Having Trouble Remembering Dreams, Too Abstract, Need Help!
Posted: Wed 30 Jun, 2010
So, I have really tried to be diligent in writing down my dreams when I first wake up, but, recently, my dreams have become more and more obscure/random/unintelligible. whatsthat

I just remember rand ...
 
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