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#76: Ldkit Author: Jake_drummer PostPosted: Mon 26 Nov, 2007
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I read the site on the Lucid-Dreaming-Kit site and it sounds like a total scam is it really that good (Have you tried it yet) because even though I'll never be able to convince my parents to let me buy it i still want to know because in the future if its still there ill get it smile

#77:  Author: AventuradeSueno PostPosted: Wed 26 Dec, 2007
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I just want to ask,
can you create a permanent DC? w/ specific appeareance.
Thanks,

#78:  Author: Phi_guy PostPosted: Wed 26 Dec, 2007
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Yup. Check out The BIG CALD topic, or Dreamscapes by Bendrummin58. That's software, by the way.

<mod>I have split a post asking about milk to Warm Milk a topic in Pathways to lucidity. dragon</mod>

#79:  Author: trophycase PostPosted: Thu 05 Jun, 2008
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I would like to re-touch upon the "Can LDing have a negative effect on somebody?"

I am prefectly aware that LDing has many possitive things that you can get from it. However, if i decide that in my LD i will go around and punch every DC in the face... Couldn't that possibly make somebody think that they can do that IRL?

#80:  Author: gpBlake PostPosted: Thu 13 Nov, 2008
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First of all, I'm new on this forum, so I'd like to say hello to everybody there smile
I have just one question: generally, is it better to try as many techniques at once as possible (like in the Infinity course, or even more), or stick for some time with 1-2 techniques (for example WBTB + MILD), and then change to something else for next 1-2 weeks? The second idea would help to preform that technique propertly, but probably it would take longer to learn LD this way. Aslo, for the masters, who have LD's at will - do you always use the same technique to be sure to induce LD?

@ Trophycase: I think, that punching everybody in their faces would be too boring to learn to do it IRL... that might be a risk, but very small one. I think that saying LD is dangerous would be like saying, that going down the stairs is dangerous - you can break your leg, can't you wink5

#81: Is this normal in a lucid dream? Author: I Have A [Lucid] Dream PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009
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So I was having a lucid dream (I think) last knight, and I was in the army in WWII and we were fighting some Germans or something...but I could feel my real body during the dream. I could hear the fan outside of my bedroom, and I could feel my real-life eyes shut tight. neutral If I wanted, I could open my real-life eyes and wake up, but then I would just fall asleep and re-enter my dream, do some reality checks, and become lucid again. This happened three or four times at least. Can you normally feel your real-life body and hear real-life noises while LDing?

#82:  Author: moogle PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009
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Quote:
Is this normal in a lucid dream?

It is normal if you are sleeping lightly.

#83:  Author: I Have A [Lucid] Dream PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009
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moogle wrote:
Quote:
Is this normal in a lucid dream?

It is normal if you are sleeping lightly.


Oh, OK. That would also explain why I kept waking up and could hear real-life sounds, I guess. Thx

#84: Don't Know What To Think Author: Harrydereus PostPosted: Mon 10 Aug, 2009
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cry Hello

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#85:  Author: luciddreamer1337 PostPosted: Sun 21 Feb, 2010
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Great post, you helped me on my way to becoming lucid.

#86:  Author: Daehawk PostPosted: Mon 07 Jun, 2010
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ShiroTora wrote:
I need help on flying how do you guys fly? I prefer using wings but all I do is fly up no where else unless im not controlling it or something. any help? tryfly


I'm still new to Lucid Dreaming, but on my 2nd one I was able to fly. I did it just by knowing I could, clearing doubt and letting go. Focus on your intention and know that in your dreams anything is possible. You have no limitations, you're in control. Picture or say where you want to go and let it happen.

Worked for me, good luck on your journey wink5

#87:  Author: Vagabondage PostPosted: Mon 23 Aug, 2010
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Can someone recommend me an alarm that turns itself off after a minute or so to help me with WBTB + WILD?

Preferably an application for the Android phone, but computer ones are ok too, I guess... that just means I'll have to lug my laptop from its normal location next to my bed. ^__^;

#88:  Author: Stormrush PostPosted: Sun 03 Oct, 2010
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Hi Guys, I have looked alot everywhere but maybe I have missed it so here are a few of my questions.....

How can you make yourself spin around in a NON LD??

And when you RC, do you DO IT or imagine your'e doing it?? I do it quite religiously all day long but never in a Dream.

Cheers Guys, Always feel better gettin my feet back out form under my elbows ! smile

#89:  Author: Lucho PostPosted: Sun 03 Oct, 2010
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Stormrush wrote:
How can you make yourself spin around in a NON LD??


Well, if you are in a ND, you can't willingly spin or do anything else unless you become lucid or you dream for whatever reason that you're doing it.

Stormrush wrote:
And when you RC, do you DO IT or imagine your'e doing it?? I do it quite religiously all day long but never in a Dream.


You mean in RL? If so, I actually do them. I pinch my nose, I poke my hand, I look at my fingers... Eventually, you will do it in a ND (since you do it so many time in RL, you start dreaming about it) and if it works, it will trigger lucidity.

Hope that helped kiekeboe


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#90:  Author: Stormrush PostPosted: Sun 03 Oct, 2010
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Yes it did thanks ;0;0



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