MadCast: Khaos

Lucid Dreaming Guide

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6 hours ago, MadCast: Sleepcoma said:

What if you woke up in the morning and played your journal back, and it was someone else's voice.  1f47d.png

 

Then I'd probably do a reality check, and continue lucid dreaming.

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I am actually looking into starting to pursue lucid dreaming, I have a reoccurring nightmare that I want to hopefully control. I have had lucid dreams before and they mainly consist of flying and telekinesis but I feel like having more control will be a very good thing for me. Thank y'all for posting so many tips :)  

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10 hours ago, MadCast: DanKnee said:

This is really interesting.  I had never heard of gamma wave induction.  I'll have to take a pass on this particular kickstarter and wait for a model that does not follow the refillable razor business model (must buy replacement stickies), but I'm very hopeful.

9 hours ago, TheRazorback said:

this would be really cool to be able to do every night, i do not remember most of mine unfortunately

The key is a dream journal.  You can get there.

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2 hours ago, MadCast: Khaos said:

The key is a dream journal.  You can get there.

I'll definitely have to try that out

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has there been any research into if practicing lucid dreaming could help with ptsd related dreams?

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11 minutes ago, MadCast: UnusedCaveman42 said:

has there been any research into if practicing lucid dreaming could help with ptsd related dreams?

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It looks like the field is in its infancy.  Here are some links:

https://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/IJoDR/article/viewFile/591/pdf

http://www.nmmhca.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/NMMHCA_DreamTX_Hankammer.116125410.pdf

http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/lucid-dreaming-in-the-treatment-of-post-traumatic-stress-disorder.html

http://www.vice.com/read/lucid-dreaming-could-help-treat-ptsd-and-other-psychological-disorders-456

Trigger warning for the last two articles.

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I myself looked into this many years ago and have lucid dreamed on multiple occasions but i try to refrain from doing so as dreams are a way of our subconscious to communicate with our conscious minds. I find the wierd and sometimes out of this world dreams i have normally to be intriguing and deep though inducing after waking. Do not get me wrong lucid dreaming in its self is truly a wonder to be had but like all things it is best in moderation. This thread is awesome though and i am glad there are lots of like minded people here which makes this place almost like a home away from home. I know this is being a REALLY BIG thread necro here but this stuff is such a huge interest and fun topic to discuss of mine that i couldn't simply ignore it.

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