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Photon
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Getting Started, need help
PostPosted: Sun 27 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

I am a natural lucid dreamer. Never needed to really learn to wake up in my dreams i just did. I do want to become better though like be able to stay asleep easier while lucid. I was just wandering if there were any people with some tips to get started with

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Shaper
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PostPosted: Mon 28 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

Two techniques that are great for staying in the dream longer if you are about to wake up are dream spinning, and rubbing your dream hands together. They help re-focus your senses into the dream rather than the outside world, which keeps you from waking up.

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MiTcHy
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PostPosted: Mon 28 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

Another good technique is to focus on an object in your dream in great detail. This also improves your senses.

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Animahngo
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PostPosted: Mon 28 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

Yeah, like the other two said. Just do anything that requires moving about and touching things.

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nickspry
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PostPosted: Tue 29 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

Are your dreams lucid or semi-lucid. there is a big difference.
If your dreams are already lucid then why are you asking for advice? Please clarify.


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Toledo
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PostPosted: Tue 29 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

nickspry wrote:
Are your dreams lucid or semi-lucid. there is a big difference.
If your dreams are already lucid then why are you asking for advice? Please clarify.


Couse he wants to stay lucid for longer. (Like he wrote in the first post)


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Basilus West
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PostPosted: Tue 29 Nov, 2005  Reply with quote

MiTcHy wrote:
Another good technique is to focus on an object in your dream in great detail. This also improves your senses.

For instance, you can look at your hands from time to time. By the way, I agree with nickspry, what is exactly your problem?


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