This is good advice. The first step to lucid dreaming is to remember your dreams (improve your dream recall). When you awake immediately make a note of your dreams, every detail you can remember.I used to keep a diary of what dreams I had, lucid or not I'd keep track of any I could remember.
Maybe I'm just dirty minded, but my first thought with regards to lucid dreaming is that I'd just spend every night bumpin uglies with Scarlett, Angelina and co.And then because I knew I was dreaming, I could get on with whatever I wanted to (and no, it didn't always involve Famke Janssen )
Will have to give it a whack when I have another good dream, they are far and few between but really make me feel like just crying when I wake up.There probably is. You can usually recreate something that happens naturally.
Not if you follow the laws of physics in your dream. My conscious, nor subconscious will allow such flawed physics in my dreamsI've done experiments in lucid dreams. I have examined them to see if they are in 3D, and they are. They are in full colour. I tested to see if you could fly by will, and you can, but it takes time to work. I tested to see if you fall, and hit the ground you die, and you don't. I pinched myself, and I felt the pinch. I went on a walk around my block to see what the differences were in real life the next day, and the differences were mainly in sounds, but the actual sights were very accurate. So dreams are very detailed, and accurate, but a lot of sounds are missing.
I tend to suffer from REM atonia more when I'm either very tired or jetlagged. And then I tend to get it before rather than after sleep. It's not fun, especially the first time you get it.I suffer from sleep paralysis and lucid dreaming. You're better off without it.