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Santy



Joined: 28 Aug 2017
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:54 pm    Post subject: New Member joining Reply with quote

Hi to all... A pleasant day/night to everyone... I'm a new member joining Lucidipedia. I been doing WILD (Wake in lucid dream) for several years now (maybe a decade) but never really put much emphasis on it. I can recall my dreams very clearly. The sense of touch, smell, etc is quite vivid. Most of the time I just realize I am in a dream but I tried going in dream awake before in the past but it takes too much effort and the sensation going to dream creeps me out so I don't do it anymore. Anyway, allow me to Introduce my self, my real name is Santy I'm 37 male working in a German Cruise ship as IT. Most of my time is spent in my cabin watching TV so I think I would like to explore more of Lucid Dream and so here I am joining the first forum I see in google about Lucid Dream. I'm not a people person and I have hard time mixing with a crowd. Got only very few people I can call friends. So I think this forum and this experience will suite my taste very nice. Hoping to have a wonderful time on this forum.
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Lusama



Joined: 17 Sep 2017
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:42 pm    Post subject: What's up Santy, my fellow oneironaught Reply with quote

Funny enough, all of the things you mentioned sort of described me, well with the personality and all, except the cruise ship, makes me think about Robert Waggoner's analogy about the sailor and the sea. Do you by any chance have anything about the nature of dream exploration you'd like to share with me? Smile
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panistefanin



Joined: 28 Jul 2017
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:45 pm    Post subject: bio Reply with quote

I'm new and I'm interested in this topic. Thank you!
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Lusama



Joined: 17 Sep 2017
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 7:46 pm    Post subject: Awesome... Reply with quote

I'm so glad you're just as interested as I am, I thought perhaps the topic was dead or something... So, Santy tell me, how have these years of lucid dreaming been treating you.
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Santy



Joined: 28 Aug 2017
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:58 am    Post subject: Re Reply with quote

Hi Lusama. Good day. Sorry for the late reply. I thought this was a dead topic and totally forgot about it. To be honest I'm getting too less lucid dreaming lately. Probably I'm tired since we don't have any day off on board. And for me it a 24x7 on-call work for the 7 days shift Very Happy Any way I know everyone has his/her own goal when doing lucid dreaming for me it's all about s*x. Yeah I know there is a lot of this that I can do and enjoy but that's the only thing my body is craving since I haven't got one for more than a year now. Not that I can't get it but I don't know how to approach people or girls for that matter. Also doing it in a dream poses less harm and possible responsibilities in the end. Though I had a lot of fun and laughter just remembering those dreams. Sometimes the figure complains she has too much or it hurts already, sometimes I get lucky and the figure is an pretty actress but sometimes I get unlucky and the figure change in the middle to someone else. Anyway it's better than nothing. And hoping to find a way for this to be more intense and be like the same or better in real life. We'll good luck to me. Also I'm still arguing if being lucid in dream is doing good or bad for my body. Because our body repairs during sleep, I wonder if it is still doing the same function if we are lucid.
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Lusama



Joined: 17 Sep 2017
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All is forgiven Santy my man, to be honest I tend to forget that the conversation is still in continuation, so for all we know you're probably early. You're not the only one, I keep on asking myself "What the heck am I doing wrong", it's really been a while and i'm kinda tired of reading my other dream (lucid) journal entries, so this week my mind has a goal Santy... to get back on the saddle (not that kind of saddle... you know what I'm talking about). So what do you guys do on board? Bro... You're not the only one, dream sex is on my list too, but unfortunately I haven't been successful in that endeavor, I remember this one time in one of my lucid dreams, I attempted spawning this other girl I used to like so much, just because, but then my intention changed to "doing" her". When I spawned her it went horribly wrong, I spawned this other unattractive girl, but then I thought what the heck and then my lucid dream ended before I could do anything. Is the reason why you haven't gotten any because you're single? I can teach you how to get/approach girls you know, well if that's what you need, who am I kidding I'm just as lost as you are. I certainly understand, it is much safer that way, no STD's, STI's, no babies and not a cent spent to get it.To have known all that about what happens during dream sex, you must have had a lot huh... but yes it is better than nothing, us guys just gotta get rid of that "inside chihuahua", to be sane, it's a struggle. Yep, good luck to you buddy. Actually, we do get as much sleep lucid just as much as when we're not, the reason is because during sleep the body recuperates, but the brain is still active and during sleep it's most active than it is when we're awake, plus if our bodies needed sleep, our brains wouldn't let us become lucid anyway. Santy my dream is to become a Level 5 lucid dreamer, I've been doing all the necessary research, reading all the books, watching all the videos and of course doing the practical work and I need a partner, what do you say?
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Santy



Joined: 28 Aug 2017
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Level 5 lucid dreamer? Who grades this level Smile ? Anyway, I just enjoy my lucid dreams and for lucid s*x, sorry I don't force my partner. Try it to be come as natural as it can be. First ask politely and try to convince her that it will be fun. Good luck.
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Lusama



Joined: 17 Sep 2017
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You grade yourself,, honestly... If that's what you use it for there's nothing wrong with that... Thanks
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