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Old 12-10-2006, 02:00 AM   #61
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Re: F... recurring dreams

Matty, did you think "wake me up before you go-go? Don't leave me hangin' on like a yo-yo?" If so, that's weird.

Edit - no need for that.
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Old 12-11-2006, 11:00 PM   #62
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I've recently becomed kind interested in lucid dreams, and the practice of acheiving them and I've had some mild success. Here's kinda a cool link to anyone that's interested.

A Course on Consciousness, Introduction

Kinda weird, but cool aspect of lucid dreaming I just encountered. In one of the websites it was listing methods of attaining lucid dreams. One method was, while your awake, to constantly re-assert yourself that your not in a dream.

As crazy as it sounds, I decided to give it a try. Five or six times a day I'd make sure I wasn't dreaming (turn the light switch on and off, because basic devices won't work in a dream... check the time, wait a few seconds, check it again, if it was the same, your not dreaming... etc).

It worked, I was able to realize I was in a dream. I quickly got distracted and the regular dreamin resumed, but I gained some ground.

Cool stuff for a bored college student to try other than binge drinking.
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Re: F... recurring dreams

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I've recently becomed kind interested in lucid dreams, and the practice of acheiving them and I've had some mild success. Here's kinda a cool link to anyone that's interested.

A Course on Consciousness, Introduction

Kinda weird, but cool aspect of lucid dreaming I just encountered. In one of the websites it was listing methods of attaining lucid dreams. One method was, while your awake, to constantly re-assert yourself that your not in a dream.

As crazy as it sounds, I decided to give it a try. Five or six times a day I'd make sure I wasn't dreaming (turn the light switch on and off, because basic devices won't work in a dream... check the time, wait a few seconds, check it again, if it was the same, your not dreaming... etc).

It worked, I was able to realize I was in a dream. I quickly got distracted and the regular dreamin resumed, but I gained some ground.

Cool stuff for a bored college student to try other than binge drinking.
Nice, it does take some work but it's definitely worth the effort.
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