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Fishing in the unconscious mind

June 25th, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

The unconscious mind is a very strange thing. We don’t know so much about it. I find it very interesting and I wish to know more about it. Sadly enough the unconscious mind isn’t a book that you can read. I can only think of 2 ways to tap into your unconscious mind, meditation and [...]


Beautiful dreams

May 19th, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

This blog I want to talk about a few things, the origin of dreams, the levels of lucidity, preparing for lucidity and a certain sleep rhythm. Lucid dreaming might come easier after this. It will certainly help. Origin of dreams Why do we dream? It is a question not really answered, there are certain ideas about [...]


Confidence

May 11th, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

Confidence There is a very important thing about all of the techniques that should induce lucidity, and that is confidence. You might tell yourself when you go to sleep: I’m going to DILD. This is probably the worst thing there is to do. I made the same mistake. And after a while I wondered how [...]


The importance of the basics

April 27th, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

I noticed that on this site lately a lot of new members arrived. Now I think I have an idea of what the difficulties can be in this stage of lucid dreaming. This can depend on a lot things and I hope that I can cover some of these aspects. Recalling dreams Sometimes when I [...]


Reality Checks Are Overrated

April 24th, 2012 by Lence | 3 Comments

Are you dreaming right now? No? Are you sure? You might want to do a reality check. An “RC” is a simple test to check whether you’re dreaming or not. It is a very effective method to induce lucidity. Yet, I feel like its value is overestimated and here is why…




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