How good should my dream recall be before I can have an LD
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#1: How good should my dream recall be before I can have an LD Author: bored299 PostPosted: Sun 23 Jan, 2011
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How good should my dream recall be before I can have an LD? Also I'm just curious as of how good dream recall can get. Does anyone have a journal entry I can see of a dream they can remember really well. I just want to see how much you could actually get.

#2:  Author: Jay12341235 PostPosted: Sun 23 Jan, 2011
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I manage to have lucid dreams with bad recall. WBTB is the best technique smile

#3:  Author: tyrael PostPosted: Sun 23 Jan, 2011
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If you want to see what people remember from their dreams, look through some dream journals in here. I'm sure you'll read some interesting stuff.

Personally, what and exactly how much I recall from my dreams tends to vary quite a bit. Although knowing certain dreamsigns can trigger a LD, it most certainly is not the only determining factor. Enjoy your dreams, regardless if you are lucid or not. smile

#4:  Author: dB_FTS PostPosted: Sun 23 Jan, 2011
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I started to practice LD's when I could remember at least 1, but 1 good dream peer night, at least one page in DJ!

But still, after remembering one dream peer night it took me some time to achieve LD, and then I had a gap between first and second LD...

#5:  Author: matt94 PostPosted: Mon 24 Jan, 2011
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I agree at least one good dream per night... However I would continue to do RCs too just incase that one dream is a lucid one smile

#6:  Author: KORITFW PostPosted: Mon 24 Jan, 2011
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I had my first LD without trying at all. I knew about it but nothing more, then it was so awesome I made an DJ and now I'm practicing my recall. smile

#7:  Author: iamdarthvader PostPosted: Mon 24 Jan, 2011
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I had my first LD when I was able to recall 2 or 3 dreams most nights. By keeping a dream journal by my bed I was quickly able to improve my dream recall. You may want to try this if you are not currently keeping a DJ



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