Originally Posted by theuprising
Previously due to my super calculated and discriminatory thought processes, nearly every dream I had was a lucid dream. I would notice very fast that things were weird and go "hey I'm dreaming". Recently though, I've grown more accepting of strange things because I've learned reality is what you make of it and partly subjective.
But anyway, if you don't have a super discriminatory mind, a good thing to lucid dream more often is to stare at your hands at random times of the day and ask yourself "am I dreaming!? am I dreaming!?", and eventually you will start doing it in your dreams too.
When lucid try not to think too much, mostly enjoy your creations and buy into their reality by suspending your belief. The more conscious you become the more fragile the dream.
Yeah, thing is I can gain lucidity easily if I put concious effort into it before sleep time, but lately I think I've just embraced the randomness of my subconcious lol, but when I do achieve lucidity it is hard to keep.
It's hard to be aware that you're lucid and not be concious about it lol!
But maybe I'll try becomming lucid, then purposely let the randomness (my subconcious) continue by just accepting whatever is in front of me, then I can secretly be lucid without being too aware and waking up lol.