I imagine it is very possible by the way for some people to naturally be better at lucid dreaming then others...
I'm not sure, that may very well be. I never read a book or anything on it. I just heard about it a very long time ago and that the main thing to it is being able to catch yourself dreaming (being able to recognize you are dreaming when you are in one). I am the most observant person that I have ever known and maybe that helps a lot.
One of the earliest things I did was play around with the point of view. A few of the video games I had I could do that with as well. Like I said before passing through solid matter is really awesome to.
Well they were right about rechecking things when you are dreaming and them not being right. This morning I was dreaming that I had to go back in the navy (I think all exservice men have these dream / nightmares) and I was taking classes aboard the carrier. I checked my class schdule then a few moments later when I tried to check it again it wasn't the same and would not work. I do multiple checkes of things durring the day and pretty much alway have. Not because I'm crazy but because its the right thing to do. For safty and keeping track of things you have to do that. I was the tool petty officer for my shop in the navy and they hammer it into you about repeatidly checking things.
I would recommend using a digital voice recorder over a pen & tablet for your dream journal. Most of you being writers probably already have a digital voice recorder. I have one that I use to use for story & song writing but I can't find it now so I got a photo from photobucket. If someone made a waterproof one they would make a lot of money. You writers should already know but if you don't, the best times & places for coming up with things is in the shower (they say because of the negative ions) and right before or after sleep.
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pickinduck: I am trying to write a song about buns for IN THE YEAR 3,000.
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pickinduck: If we lived under water would we consider the air to be outer space?
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sherlew99: What a fascinating concept. Well the air above would occupy an area of space. Plus the basic word "space" is just a common term that fails to include the vast, wonderful weirdness out there between all objects out beyond our world.
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sherlew99: Have to go now. See you later.
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sherlew99: I have to go get a little housework done. Will stop back by a bit later.
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pickinduck: Sherlew what ya doin?
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sherlew99: Sorry I missed your message. Don't remember precisely what I was doing that day. Was probably doing a lot of online news reading, though. The upcoming Trump administration has me worried.
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