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Cougar_Boy
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Yay!
PostPosted: Wed 15 May, 2002  Reply with quote

Hey guys! I'm doing my quest for lucidity, and a few nights ago I had a small breakthrough! I had control of my dream for about 10 seconds! I tried to hold on, but I became numb. I started to lose it almost instantly, but I remembered to do the spinning thing (However I forgot to say I am dreaming, I can control my dreams, etc. while I did it :} ) Doing that helped me not to lose it right away. First thing I did: I wanted to see just what I could do while lucid so I took off my glasses and I could still see clearly! siiw then I made myself real buff, and shortly after that I lost control. I hope I get another (and longer) one real soon!

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servo-15
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PostPosted: Wed 15 May, 2002  Reply with quote

When you say "real buff" do you mean naked?
If so, that reminds me of an LD I had a couple of days ago, I was desperately trying to hold on to that one! wink5


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Cougar_Boy
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PostPosted: Wed 15 May, 2002  Reply with quote

Real buff as in muscles

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Cracker
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PostPosted: Thu 16 May, 2002  Reply with quote

I use nudity to keep myself lucid. It works really well for me.

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Bananeter
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PostPosted: Thu 16 May, 2002  Reply with quote

You should try to look at your hands or the textures of a wall or somthing for a short time when you get lucid in a dream. It usually makes the dream scenario alot more vivid and help stablise the dream.

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Hypnodude
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Looking at your hands
PostPosted: Thu 16 May, 2002  Reply with quote

Looking at my hands did not seem to work for me.
I tried it once and it woke me up!
(well, I tried to look through my hands... )

But maybe I should try it once again and look at my hands instead of through them wink5


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Bananeter
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PostPosted: Fri 17 May, 2002  Reply with quote

Yeah, maybe you looked on your hands too long.. Try to look at somthing else next time, in my last LD i looked at the textures of a stone for a couple of secounds and my dream got very vivid and stable. The trick is to look long enough for your dream to stable, but not too long

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Hypnodude
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PostPosted: Fri 17 May, 2002  Reply with quote

I'll try that.
Thanks Bananeter! smile


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Skidzz
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PostPosted: Fri 10 Jun, 2005  Reply with quote

Yeah, if you stare too long the dream will fade out as you zone into one pinpoint, and you'll awaken.

I just wanted to add my two cents to bring the oldest topic to the very front again. :D


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Jonasman
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PostPosted: Sun 12 Jun, 2005  Reply with quote

Yeah, I'm usually to impatient to really stabilize the dream, I'll look at some walls or something next time.

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