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|12-03-2011, 12:54 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Lucid Dreamville
How can we enhance lucidity during a lucid dream?
As much as lucid dreaming is fantastic, I've often slacked off from the necessary efforts to help me advance. It's not that I don't want to improve, but it gets boring having to spend your life performing reality checks and the like. Nonetheless, I recently decided I wanted to try again, so I got back into the process and, no surprise, along came another lucid dream.
But this lucid dream, like others I've had over the years, lacked a good level of awareness. It's one of those where you partially realise your dreaming, yet still shrug off a few things as reality as though you're half-lucid and half caught in a standard dream.
Efforts aside that we can make in our waking lives, is there a way to enhance our awareness during the lucid dream?
A friend once told me that she'd say things like 'lucidity enhance' and it would help her. I remember trying that a few times and it did help my focus improve. But this morning, for instance, I knew it was a dream but I couldn't quite get a grasp on it. I tried to summon and manifest different things and it wouldn't work. I remember looking in the mirror, preparing to change my outfit by thought, but that also wouldn't work. I realised that there was a lack of 'belief', knowing I've done these things in the past, that I was having a hard time breaking into the lucid dream. I couldn't even remember my lucid dream priorities and so went with the flow, all the while realising I needed to enhance my awareness. I continued to perform the reality checks, and there was even a point when I was on a roof, shouting 'I AM DREAMING', each time getting louder, though it was difficult to do.
I was slipping in and out of my awareness. I looked down from a roof and considered jumping, but then not only did I fear the pain, I then considered that it could actually be real and therefore I'd kill myself by accident. As you can see, I wasn't perfectly clear of the reality, but in those moments that I confirmed to myself that it was a dream, I wondered how exactly I could enhance it. How, in that moment inside of the dream, could I increase my awareness...
|12-03-2011, 09:10 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2011
Keep writing this everyday, 15 times a day, with no days off and you should see results. Witht the angels help and the affirmations you should see a big jump in your lucid dreams.
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