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Author Topic: Books on lucid dreaming  (Read 2670 times)
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« Reply #4: October 07, 2007, 11:33:51 pm »

Thanks Allstar for starting this topic up Cheesy

Just as sort of an update to this thread....  I have been reading various things on the internet about lucid dreaming and have found a couple tips that I am trying to put into practice.

1.  Keeping a dream journal.
2.  Practicing using cues - for example, looking at the clock frequently while I am awake, so that I will hopefully look at a clock while dreaming.  Apparently in dreams, when you look at a clock, turn away, and then look back again, the time will have dramatically changed, thus alerting you to the fact that you are dreaming.

I have also decided to try using amethyst crystals, and I have always had dream catchers hanging above the bed. 

I have had lucid dreams before, not purposefully, but am hoping that in time I will be able to do this purposefully.

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