Here's my log from the past days, I would like to ask if this progression is ok for getting into lucid dreaming: Day 1 - I usually get high on information, that tickling on the left side of my head feels good, knowledge is awesome and stuff. It's the same tickling I get when I dream. Are they connected anyhow? Day 2 - I recall what I dreamed. This is the second day in a row. 3/4 "highs" Day 3 - 3 highs. I wanted to try lucid dreaming. As a writer, I wanted to become a character I wrote about. At the dream, I saw her. We both were aware that everything was a dream, still, she stared back! Day 4 - today I woke up twice before getting out my bed. That makes 3 sets of dreams, with 3-1-4 scenes for each. The last one had a full sequence, a small story I can remember.
I had my second lucid dream. Two info peaks yeasterday, my dreams are becoming longer and easier to recall. I did a reality check twice: breath in, air. Breath in again. More air. I tried making some fireballs, but got purple orbs instead. Anyways, 10/10 would try again.
>>86 are you keeping a sleep journal? those are really useful to me. >I did a reality check twice: breath in, air. Breath in again. More air. I tried making some fireballs, but got purple orbs instead. you seem knowledgeable on this topic so I'd assume you've at least tried one out. If so, how'd it go for you?
I'm sorry for the (really) late reply. I've been trying to keep a log of every dream, but August/September have been rough months so far: it seems routine and stress are coming back to my life, but still, I can remember some dreams. They're somewhat vivid, some of them are long (5/6 scenes), and I don't feel tired at all when I wake up. Wish I had more LDs this week, or a single dream. I miss them.