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Muladosk8inhooper

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Check out this site. Take the necessary 30 minutes of your time to read up about the site and lucid dreaming.

A person who lives to 75 years, sleeping an average of 8 hours a night spends 25 years of their life...SLEEPING!

I don't know about you but I intent to get more out of that time than just rest. Dreams aren't 'just dreams.' THey have tremendous value and can teach you all about yourself. They truly show you who you are to the core, what you feel in your heart, they point out tendencies you have during waking life.

The site also has a forum, which I'm going to sign up for. I urge you to do the same.

Do yourself a favor and read this site and see if it doesn't inspire you to being paying attention to your dreams, probing your mind and psyche, learning things about yourself and unlocking areas of yourself that aren't accessible during waking life . Of course, there's always the fun factor too! You can fly all over the world, walk through walks, kickflip 100 stairs, explore the deepest depths of the ocean, the earths core and underground, experience the outer limits of space, go for rides on 10 foot purple unicorns, and have amazing sex with the the most beautifful women...on call and AT WILL!

Bottom line, is dreams have an incredible purpose in your life, and if you don't take the time to understand what they can show and teach you about life and yourself, you're doing yourself a big disservice. Dreams are treated like nothing nowadays, completely fringe, and that is a huge mistake on all of our behalfs. Without dreams, mankind wouldn't be where it's at in terms of advancement. So, let's get in touch with our DREAMING LIFE.

Let's due eeeet thumbs up

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The Duck ✘

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Thanks for the heads up,

I definetely had a personal interest in this area when I heard Steve Pavlina's wife, was into lucid dreaming and that it was a skill that could be learned.

Being able to dream what you want, when you want, could be awesome..!

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mhm

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Interesting stuff.

In fact Eckhart Tolle mentioned something about this in The power of now, the chapter about Portals into the unmanifested.
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IvánPérez

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Thank's for posting this, I'll see what I do with it.
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Some principles that have been getting me some success:
- When I'm out: it's me-time. I focus on expressing myself and doing what's fun for me, I don't care about girls. Self-absorbedness.
- 'It's all good, it's going to be fine, I am enough'. No worries or concerns. Let the dynamics work for me.
- Nobody is going to pull girls home for me. Self-image will stop you, take action regardless.
- Focus on finding a girl DTF vs. trying to game/arouse/whatever girl after girl.

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Iowa

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yeah i thought about that too.

it's awesome since you get loads of reference experiences while practially doing nothing!
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Muladosk8inhooper

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Iowa wrote:
yeah i thought about that too.

it's awesome since you get loads of reference experiences while practially doing nothing!

Yes it's awesome since you get loads of reference experiences....but you're definitely doing something.

It scientifically proven that the brain cannot distinguish between a vividly imagined/ visualized/ DREAMED exprience and a real one. Your brain is actually engaging in trial and error. Some of the greatest sports athletes mention they vividly imagine themselves executing a given act before actually doing it, and it helps them tremendously. It has also been said that 90% of gold is mental.

I remember a passage from Psycho-Cybernetics where the author describes a man who was captured in vietnam war for a few years. He was an avid gold player, but obviously wasen't able to do that imprisoned. SO this man spent much of his time visualizing himself play an 18 hole of golf. Eventually when he became free again, his friends asked him what he wanted to do. He said he wanted to play a round of golf. Much to his friends astonishment, the guy played a fabulous game, despite not having played for years, and losing much of his muscle strength an vitality.

I'm sure you've heard "It's all in your head," "It's all in your mind" before. And it is fucking true, so true. This applies to ANYTHING.
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Sayings remain meaningless until they are embodied in habits...

GOLDEN RULE= Whatever you feel, SHE feels.

"Don't be afraid to go out on a limb; that's where the fruit is."

"Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him."

[='Comic Sans MS']Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
Willing is not enough, WE MUST DO. ~Bruce Lee

What you do in the dark, will come out in the light. Remember that....Peace[/]
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Muladosk8inhooper

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Iowa wrote:
yeah i thought about that too.

it's awesome since you get loads of reference experiences while practially doing nothing!

Yes it's awesome since you get loads of reference experiences....but you're definitely doing something.

It scientifically proven that the brain cannot distinguish between a vividly imagined/ visualized/ DREAMED exprience and a real one. Your brain is actually engaging in trial and error. Some of the greatest sports athletes mention they vividly imagine themselves executing a given act before actually doing it, and it helps them tremendously. It has also been said that 90% of gold is mental.

I remember a passage from Psycho-Cybernetics where the author describes a man who was captured in vietnam war for a few years. He was an avid gold player, but obviously wasen't able to do that imprisoned. SO this man spent much of his time visualizing himself play an 18 hole of golf. Eventually when he became free again, his friends asked him what he wanted to do. He said he wanted to play a round of golf. Much to his friends astonishment, the guy played a fabulous game, despite not having played for years, and losing much of his muscle strength an vitality.

I'm sure you've heard "It's all in your head," "It's all in your mind" before. And it is fucking true, so true. This applies to ANYTHING.
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Sayings remain meaningless until they are embodied in habits...

GOLDEN RULE= Whatever you feel, SHE feels.

"Don't be afraid to go out on a limb; that's where the fruit is."

"Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him."

[='Comic Sans MS']Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
Willing is not enough, WE MUST DO. ~Bruce Lee

What you do in the dark, will come out in the light. Remember that....Peace[/]
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Thanks dude, I'll check this out. Haha, I'm so stupid few nights ago I had a lucid dream... so I decided to jump head first into a weird void which caused me to wake up -.-
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Deft

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Ive been interested in this topic since i was very little, its real real real real real cool if you can make it work and you can actually travel...

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Muladosk8inhooper wrote:

I remember a passage from Psycho-Cybernetics where the author describes a man who was captured in vietnam war for a few years. He was an avid gold player, but obviously wasen't able to do that imprisoned. SO this man spent much of his time visualizing himself play an 18 hole of golf. Eventually when he became free again, his friends asked him what he wanted to do. He said he wanted to play a round of golf. Much to his friends astonishment, the guy played a fabulous game, despite not having played for years, and losing much of his muscle strength an vitality.

I'm sure you've heard "It's all in your head," "It's all in your mind" before. And it is fucking true, so true. This applies to ANYTHING.

"Do you remember Colonel Hal Jordan?"

"The name rings a bell.  Wasn't he some kind of test pilot?"

"Only one of the most dedicated pilots in military history --

"You probably read the story about his plane going down in Malaysia back in 1983 when we were still trying to drive the communists out of the South Pacific.  He was captured by the enemy.  Tortured every day and fed on a diet of insects until he dropped to a skeletal ninety pounds.

"Any normal man would have lost his mind or died in the conditions Jordan endured, but he lasted four years like this and it was all thanks to his incredible willpower."

"What do you mean?"

"Basically, he filled his agonizingly long days by building a virtual concentration camp in his head for the communists who were persecuting him.  He spent weeks composing a design and then, after selecting precisely the right spot in his old hometown, started building the place in real time.  If it took three days to dig the foundations, he would spend three days imagining every single step.  If it would take a week to install the gaspipes, he spent exactly a hundred and sixty eight hours making sure everything was perfect and even stopped for coffee breaks.  By 1987, he had constructed something the size of a football stadium."

"To do what?"

"To mentally execute each and every one of his captors during what he described as the most joyous night of his life."

And this is the man President Luthor taps to wield the Green Ring of Abin Sur and take down the Soviet Superman.

Red Son, gentlemen.  Read it.

To contribute, lucid dreaming is all about willpower -- it's not enough to WANT to become conscious within your dreams, even if you really REALLY want it.  You need to KNOW you can and will do it as you go off to sleep.  For some, it's as simple as setting the intention before they drift off to sleep, and for others it means living with the constant awareness of dreaming all through your day, so you develop the habit of checking your reality to make sure it makes sense from one moment to the next and that you're not dreaming.  That habit will follow you into the dream, and once you discover an inconsistency in your dream world, it will trigger that awareness and you will be free to explore.

I can highly recommend the Brainwave Generator, which you can download from www.bwgen.com.  Start the program up, plug in stereo headphones, lie down and go to sleep.  There are different user-made plugins in the preset library designed for different effects, from pain relief, healing and muscle growth stimulation to meditation to astral projection and yes, lucid dreaming. (It's shareware, but you can use it indefinitely with the standard presets without registering.)  I can't guarantee that your first time will feature an out of body experience or a lucid dream, but you WILL at the very least have extremely vivid, long, complex, memorable dreams.

Checking out the OP's link now

Edit:  They actually have A PAGE set up to explain the BWGen program, what it does, how it does it, and how YOU TOO can set it up STEP-BY-STEP to rock out the lucid dreaming!  Do so...............now.
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AmpleReason

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Erin Pavlina mentioned in one of her posts that she managed to bring out her subconcious manifested in a human body to talk to in her dream. Imagine the possibilities if you could manipulate your subconcious by having a conversation with it.

It's all a little speculative but I really am interested in what we could achieve if when we get Lucid dreaming down. I remember a study a while back when 10 students did some weight training and 10 of them imagined doing weight training, the ones who imagined actually showed 30% of the growth that the people who actually did it made. That is quite incredible to be honest.
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