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lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
TheGreatThinker
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im getting back into dream recal recently. Im working on becoming lucid hopefully by the end of this year and thats a low possibility but ill try it. I only usually recall my dreams when i wake up in the morning recalling what i was just dreaming of.

So like i was gonna share my dream story but i wanna hear from others who remember dreams. And whatever helps them in dreaming, or lucid dreaming or OBE's. Ill find my dream journal and share some interesting stories i have from my dreams

i downloaded a few of these lucid dreaming sounds
http://www.iso-tones.com/index.php/tones/luciddreaming

my older thread
http://lunaticoutpost.com/Topic-All-abou...ons?page=5

Heartflowers

"How can you prove whether at this moment we are sleeping, and all our thoughts are a dream; or whether we are awake, and talking to one another in the waking state?"

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11-30-2012 04:15 AM

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
Take some 5-HTP. It will be guaranteed to give you very lucid dreams.Heartflowers

And where are they now?
The little children of Stonehenge
And what would they say to us?
If we were here... tonight
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TheGreatThinker
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11-30-2012 04:23 AM

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
Adveser  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:15 AM)
Take some 5-HTP. It will be guaranteed to give you very lucid dreams.Heartflowers

yeah, ive heard good news on that, i also heard that nicotine patches make dreaming more vivid. Now im using calea z. and this dreaming mix http://shamansgarden.com/p-37-dreamers-b...smoke.aspx

i also eat a bannana and cheese before bed, and sometimes a b6 vitamins. ive heard 5-HTP is real good though, i may try it

"How can you prove whether at this moment we are sleeping, and all our thoughts are a dream; or whether we are awake, and talking to one another in the waking state?"

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11-30-2012 04:30 AM

 



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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
have you had any luck with any of the things you are trying?
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TheGreatThinker
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11-30-2012 04:37 AM

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:30 AM)
have you had any luck with any of the things you are trying?

not me, i havent really been into it. like i didnt have a big enough intention to be lucid. I have had some crazy dreams, but getting lucid isnt easy it needs lots of practice and dedication. Ive heard it takes a long while. But they should work especially 5htp.. theres other good ones i heard like b6 melatonin, Choline Bitartrate. im just a begginer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXxoZ29jSsE

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
TheGreatThinker  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:23 AM)
Now im using calea z.


Great SCOTT how in the hell do you get it down?
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11-30-2012 04:45 AM

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
Meditation
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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
The best lucid dream I ever had was after fasting and tons of exercise.

The Native Americans use to do this, I believe it was called "Dream Quest," and was used to find your life's path.

The lucid dream I had, as a teenager, did show me my life's path, but only up to the age of 34, when what I experienced in the dream came to pass.

At that point I went into a different phase of my life, world travel.

Natural disasters, major attack on the U.S., martial law, civil war, WWIII, foreign invasion/occupation, and then basic survival.
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TheGreatThinker
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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:40 AM)
TheGreatThinker  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:23 AM)
Now im using calea z.


Great SCOTT how in the hell do you get it down?

lol i know what you mean, it was worse then when i drank alcohol at the grad parties. (no more alcohol for me). But the first time i got it i made a tea and it was so nasty. Now i just smoke it, i hear the tea is more effective but i cant drink that. i havent tried my dream blend yet in tea.

and a thing about smoking it. I bought calea z. with wild dagga and blue lotus separate. and i forgot but when smoking one of those in joint papers for me, the smoke always used to fly in my eye and burn- so b careful, it hurts

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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
Ever tried Sceletium/Kanna OP?
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TheGreatThinker
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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
Thomas James Haller  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:46 AM)
The best lucid dream I ever had was after fasting and tons of exercise.

The Native Americans use to do this, I believe it was called "Dream Quest," and was used to find your life's path.

The lucid dream I had, as a teenager, did show me my life's path, but only up to the age of 34, when what I experienced in the dream came to pass.

At that point I went into a different phase of my life, world travel.

yes, i have read about fasting, i want to try it, did you slowly eliminate food, or do it all a sudden?

"How can you prove whether at this moment we are sleeping, and all our thoughts are a dream; or whether we are awake, and talking to one another in the waking state?"

Plato- The Great Thinker
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I did have one other dream during that time of fasting and exercise that was so lucid I went out looking for the woman I met in the dream.

I knew that the elements in the dream didn't match the time I was in, but I still hoped to meet her back then.

The elements in the dream were of major natural disasters, where the infrastructure is torn apart, so it's still off in the future.

The woman in the dream had (is going to have) a bunch of orphaned children with her.

Natural disasters, major attack on the U.S., martial law, civil war, WWIII, foreign invasion/occupation, and then basic survival.
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TheGreatThinker
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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:49 AM)
Ever tried Sceletium/Kanna OP?

no but i have an oz of it, i havent tried it yet cuz i need to study it more, i heard its an ssri or somethin and i shouldnt b takin any maoi meds or other herbs with it. But idk if its safe with certain foods, i think i needa low tyramine diet or somethin. why, do u know alot about it cuz i need sum questions answered about it Heartflowers

is it good with dreaming

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Labor like the dead, eat like a pig and dream like a poet.
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RE: lucid dreaming- round 2- stories, tips
TheGreatThinker  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:52 AM)
Thomas James Haller  Wrote: (11-30-2012 04:46 AM)
The best lucid dream I ever had was after fasting and tons of exercise.

The Native Americans use to do this, I believe it was called "Dream Quest," and was used to find your life's path.

The lucid dream I had, as a teenager, did show me my life's path, but only up to the age of 34, when what I experienced in the dream came to pass.

At that point I went into a different phase of my life, world travel.

yes, i have read about fasting, i want to try it, did you slowly eliminate food, or do it all a sudden?

I did it more gradually, which was more comfortable.

Natural disasters, major attack on the U.S., martial law, civil war, WWIII, foreign invasion/occupation, and then basic survival.
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