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JustGoWithItAnyone remember the SpongeBob episode where SpongeBob and Patrick were in the dream and SpongeBob became the skyscraper? As I can recall that's what I tried to do. It didn't work.
gypsy_kidSo a long time ago I watched a video on lucid dreaming and thought it was really cool and could help you learn skiing and skateboarding tricks.
in Henriks oil and water part he says he also has lucid dreams about skiing. I've done some research on them and they arnt easy to have. I was just wondering if anyone here has succeeded in this
AKhoodratI've been trying to get into it for a while now, I now have lucid dreams a couple times a month, It takes a surprising amount of time and genuine effort. The first thing you need to do is start a dream log and work on your dream recall. Then you can start researching induction techniques and finding what works with you. I've found that in order to have good lucid dreams I need to be recording my dreams in a journal everyday, with school and skiing and shit, it's really hard to find time to write down detailed dreams in the morning, if you want to get good you have to be dedicated.
gypsy_kidYa Ive started a journal do doing reality checks. The only problem is a can never remember my dreams After im awake
RparrI tried to get into it years ago, but it is really hard. I only ever do it by accident now, but it's the greatest. But I'm not so sure it could help you learn tricks. To me, the physics are all fucked when I dream ski
AKhoodratTry using a lucid anchor. For example, you can put a glass of water at your nightstand and drink out of it before you go to bed and affirm in your mind that you will remember your dreams, and then repeat that action when you wake up.
gypsy_kidHow does that make you remember your dreams?