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Continuing a Dream? Tried it?

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  1. Leith

    Leith Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I had a really interesting and great dream last night only to be awoken by my alarm clock.

    This may sound stupid, but are there any tips to continue a dream? I had a look at lucid dreaming and I must say, it is very interesting.

    So 2 questions/points:

    1 - tips on continuing a dream..
    2 - your experiences with lucid dreaming..
     
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  2. lakim0

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    It happened to me before, it's only possible if you fall asleep as soon as possible after the wake.

    I think Matt Cutts was telling you about the next algorithm, that's why you want to get back in your dream that bad. :D
     
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  3. Leith

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    suure...I need like a bottle of vodka and I can can dream all day
     
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    I had a dream the other night that I would reaalllly like to continue to....

    She.was.hot.
     
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    It's extremely difficult to do unless you go back to sleep right then. Even the most experienced lucid dreamers have to yield some amount of control to their subconscious and so replicating an exact dreamscape would be difficult.

    I used to have severe nightmares as a child and wound up learning to control my dreams pretty well. I don't get involved with the culture built up around it (too hokey pokey for me), but it can be really fun! The first step to learning for most is to keep a dream journal.
     
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    What lakim0 said is false, I had recurring dreams weeks even months after I dreamt them the first time.

    1. My tip would be, right before you sleep, concentrate on the dream you had and try to visualize the dream as much as you can, every detail, person, place, everything. You have to feel like you're walking around in the same dream. Keep focusing on the dream until you fall asleep, it's really hard if you never done it before, but if you try hard enough I'm sure you can make it.

    2. I've had around 3 lucid dreams, it really requires you to have a lot of focus.
     
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    Ah yes..The moment when you wake up just before you are about to get a blowjob :=| Wish I could continue that dream
     
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    I've continued a dream successfully only a few times. You have to fall back asleep within 5 minutes of being awakened and you must be thinking about the last moments of your dream.
     
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    Fall back to bed at once and relax without thinking, if you get asleep fast it will continue :) The important thing is to not get your mind to start thinking.
     
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    Thanks for the replies.

    I had no luck last night, haha.
     
  13. Abstroose

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    I've practiced lucid dreaming for years. Continuing dreams is too damn hard.. something we're rarely capable of.
     
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    Stop dreaming, make your dream become reality...


    unless you dreaming about unicorns.
     
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    It is hard but not impossible, make sure to note all the details of your dream, and also note what was a special thing you did or think about on that day before dream.
    When you're prepared try to mimic that whole day, and before falling asleep walk in the details of your lost dream.

    Good luck.
     
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    I have a lot of lucids dreams when I'm semi-sleep (I mean, when first alarm sound but I didn't awake yet) and it's always frustrating if second alarm sounds and the dream isn't finished, but i never could continue them :(
     
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    Lucid dreaming is something really amazing. I tried it for around a year or so, needs a lot of practice though. Use binaural beats for better results.

    Now, continuing dreams, never tried it. But I do believe that it's damn hard. If you can continue a previous dream, that means you have around 80% control on your mind. Which is very rare. We hardly use around 30% of our mind/brain.
     
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    i agree, i try to fall asleep asap so that i don't miss a sec of my dream.
    Many a times the picture/area changes a bit than you were dreaming before...
     
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    This happens with almost everyone.......when dream of something special and it's just to reach climax suddenly somehow you get
    awaked and that priceless and once in a lifetime dream gets hidden somewhere in your unconscious mind.

    Best Advice I got in this regard was that to start dreaming with open eyes and your dream will become reality!!
    Difficult to understand it but once you get it it's really powerful one.
     
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    How's that Remee mask of yours? Did you receive it yet? Is it any good?
     
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