Back then I've tried often to lucid dream but could never really do it. But I found that instead, I was able to continue to dream over and over again after waking up from the one before. This happens generally when I go to sleep after staying up late, eyes strained and tired. As a NEET, I didn't have anything to do the next day so when I woke up, still groggy, I could just close my eyes and go into these dreams that happen in short bursts each time. Sometimes I can continue the dream I had before, but usually I can't ever 'finish' the scenarios in those dreams. There's like a wall that just can't be passed. Anyone else like this? And do you know what it is?
As a side note, do any of you often have repeat dreams? Sometimes I have dreams that are literally dreams I had several years ago.
>>3434 Is this a real photo or CG? I can't tell. >I can't ever 'finish' the scenarios in those dreams. There's like a wall that just can't be passed. It comes with practice. Keep focusing. Think about the dream when you're awake as if it really happened, or is a story like from a work of fiction. "I want to know what happens next..." Speculate. Come up with something, let your imagination go. Keep focusing. The scenario will present itself anew and you need to be ready. Hold on.
i dont have repeated dreams, instead all my dreams happen in one of maybe 10 or 15 locations, and most are connected. for so long they've been cryptic, but i feel like they're building up to something soon. Also lucid dreaming is cool an stuff but gets boring after a while; most my dreams are lucid