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 No.255471

I have decided I will start a comprehensive life regime for the only valid experience I have left:dreams. i dont mean "dreams" as in travelling the world,etc, but the brain state known as dreams.im keenly interested in lucid dreams too. Here is what my regime would look like in its peak

A polyphasic regime. It would multiply the chances or the actual success ,of having different dreams within each 24 hours period
Breath retention.It would make me requires LESS sleep(more on this below)
sleeping sitting down on a chair. LESS sleep,too.also it tricks the ears center of balance into thinking you're awake:a good cheat for lucidity
REM rebound:the 3 times i mentioned less sleep needed was all for this;science has proven less sleep equals more dreams.

I would probably need 1-3 months to adapt,but,hey,what better thing do I have to do?

bonus aids:
>melatonin pills, bananas,some form of fasting,sleeping with the windows open(its more healthy)

 No.255473

just take some high doses of mushrooms or lsd

 No.255474

>>255471
Is there any method you’re using to help gurantee you will remember what you’ve dreamt?

 No.255475

>>255474
Ive been dream-journaling for a while
>>255473
please dont suggest I do illegal stuff

oh,another bonus I forgot:ill use an i-doser track.even if its placebo,its ok(has placebo even been explained yet?)

 No.255507

>>255471
try solfeggio tones but b careful with the higher freq as they gave me insomnia

 No.255510

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I love reading stories about dream entities (the subconscious?). Hope you master them Dream Wiz. Goodluck:)

 No.255520

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Have you tried daydreaming? After some practice, you can get pretty good at focusing and making it vivid and naturally creative.

I have full-blown conversations in my head with different characters, I've lived through several different lives and personalities and genders, and it's very relaxing. Just get into a comfortable position (I like laying down), put on some background ambient if you want, and close your eyes. You basically get an infinite canvas which you can color with any experience you're creative enough to conjure. Real dreams are very unfocused and the image will morph and move around and you'll wake up if you get too excited, even with so-called "lucid" dreaming.

 No.255551

>>255520
Interesting take.I have a mild form of sleep-phobia,thats why im learning buteyko,to reduce sleep as much as possible.

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 No.255617

For a long time I've just thought life was a dream

 No.255632

>>255617
I wonder who would take pleasure to a such dream

 No.255645

>>255551
what the hell is 'sleep phobia'? that's like saying you're afraid of breathing or wearing clothes.

 No.255654

>>255645
thanks for quoting me.
I fear the process of losing conciousness/falling asleep,and the sudden jump into conciousness when i wake up

 No.255655

>>255645
I wonder if there are people who are nudist to cover for them actually fearing clothing.

 No.255656

>>255654
Wait till this guy hears about death.

 No.255664

>>255656
wait'll you die and become a ghost

 No.255800

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sirs!
SIRS! i did it,i lucid dreamed
I used an incline on the head,a pillow under my head,and i achieved it in the second phase of the night after a natural wake-up.
I didnt even need my melatonin,but will use it tonight for a boost.
It has been the most ecstatic experience in years.

 No.255801

>>255800
What step did you take to accomplish this? I've been trying for a while, but can't seem to get it even once.

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>>255801
I would love to say nofap,but truth is i fapped 2 days before this happened.I am thrilled at what ill accomplish after a long streak of monk mode.
Anyways;i just slept on an incline(inclined head/torso area),I put a triangle pillow behind the matress. thats literally all i did. no techniques,no hemi-sync.I think lucid dreaming is supposed to be natural in healthy mammals.

 No.255805

A couple of years ago for a period of a few weeks I had lucid dreams multiple times a day every day. I have no idea what caused it, but it disappeared as quickly and mysteriously as it came on. Perhaps it's the wizardly magic.

 No.255807

i made a lucid dreaming app of sorts which plays bursts of a noise at regular intervals after an initial delay period. it worked for a while but now i dont even notice the sounds. ridiculous

 No.255808

>>255520
>You basically get an infinite canvas which you can color with any experience you're creative enough to conjure.
That's my problem with daydreaming, my creativity is at an all time low.
Whenever i try to imagine a conversation it just feels wrong, like i put each word in their mouth. Then i start frantically retconning and redoing everything until i start feeling physically sick.
Same for other stuff.
But i used to do it a lot when i was younger, was really fun.

 No.255809

>>255804
Just on an incline? There must be more to this than you are speaking of, do you use any "reality check" techniques? Tell yourself things before sleep? Anything else at all?

 No.255823

>>255809
just an incline
i even found melatonin HARMS lucid dreaming.my theory is that it prompts sleep too fast for a gradual awareness/lucidity to take place



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