🕹ī¸ Louise Are there any lucid dreamers here? I have some questions.
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🕹ī¸ Louise Basically: 1. how easy is for you to go into a lucid dream? how long it took you to get to that state? what's the best recommendations you can provide?
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☝ī¸ Jean-David Moisan 1. I've been lucid dreaming for as long as I can remember. 2. It didn't take very long, but I remember ~waking up in the morning but staying in bed for a while trying to keep the dream alive for as long as I could. 3. Some movies that I find helped would be "The Butterfly Effect" from 2004 and "Inception". I found my dreams to be boosted after watching them. 4. From the start, lucid dreaming was more of a way to cheat during my dreams. More on that if you reply to this.
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🗨ī¸ Fui Not OP, but hey, now I want to read more about your experiences while lucid dreaming. Some questions: do you get more tired? Does LD interferes with the quality of your deep sleep? Are there any noticeable trade-offs in LD?
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☝ī¸ Jean-David Moisan 4b. Sometimes dreams degenerate pretty fast. Maybe you're fighting bad guys and you lose. I can use lucid dreaming to reset the dream, restart the fight with extra powers.-As far as I can tell, I'm not more tired. Quality of my sleep is good.-When I was around 5 or 6 years old, I remember going to sleep by visualizing a dice with a clown from a circus. The dice would have various dream ideas on each face. It would roll around a bit in the air. Then I would get sucked in one.
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🗨ī¸ Fui Thank you so much for sharing this. It's really motivating to hear about your LD experience!
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