I’d like to give you a chance to share your lucid dreaming stories.
I know there’s not many lucid dreaming blogs out there. Maybe you don’t want to commit yourself to writing one, but would still like to share ideas with other people?
I’m quite busy with work at the moment, and when you take into consideration the amount of time I spend improving my lucid ability I really only have enough time to write one post per week.
No doubt people want to read more. That’s why I think it’s a great idea to have you give it to them.
What I’m looking for
The dream world is huge. There is so much to write about that it would take a million years. Everyone will have something unique to bring to the table.
I would like you to write about anything as long as it offers massive value to the Lucid Ability family.
- How you achieved your first lucid dream
- What you did to improve your lucid ability
- Some crazy scenarios you have played around with
Just anything that has a ton of value. It needs to teach people something. And it needs to be amazing.
Write it out like the other articles on this site. Like an actual article.
It should be around 800-1500 words long. Don’t try and format it as I’ll do that. I will also include a picture, though you are free to suggest one as long as you have full rights to it.
Make sure it’s unique to Lucid Ability, so nowhere else on the web.
Don’t just tell people what you did; show them how they can do it too.
The boring part
It takes me a very long time to write each post. The reason is because I try to make it as enjoyable as possible. I want people to get so caught up in the article they need to read all the way to the end.
It should the same level of quality as previous posts, so don’t throw something together in 5 minutes. I don’t care if you are not a master with spelling or grammar, I will happily edit it, but try to make it flow nice. 🙂
It will probably be edited
If your article is badly written or not a good fit for the blog, I will tell you it’s not good enough.
If it’s good, I might still edit it as I see fit. Please don’t be offended. I won’t make big changes to the actual story. If that’s what is needed I will just reject it.
I will probably change your headline too, so unless you have an extra special one just leave it out.
Please don’t write your posts for the search engines; write them for people.
What you get out of it
If you have a personal blog you will be allowed two links pointing back to it in the bio.
You can have one link inside the actual article, but only if it goes somewhere with extra information that will help my readers.
You won’t be allowed any links that send people to products. My thoughts are that lucid dreaming shouldn’t be an expensive hobby and I only recommend the best products possible on my blog — that I’ve tested. You can link to your own product in your personal bio.
Sign up to Gravatar so I can put your photo in the bio.
If you don’t have a website you can have a link to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pintrest, or anywhere else you might be on the web.
Or you can just do it for fun and have your name and photo published.
When it’s going to happen
You can start sending them in whenever you like. Depending on the amount received it could take a while to appear, but if I tell you it’s getting published it definitely will at some point. I probably won’t be able to give you a date, but I’ll let you know nearer the time.
I plan to start of with about 1/2 per week.
I look forward to your submissions and sharing them with the Lucid Ability family.
If I say something is possible on the blog it means it is possible. That means if you submit something crazy that’s just made up it will not be going on the blog. If I haven’t done something before and your story sounds fishy I will ask other lucid dreamers that I trust whether they have ever done it.
Please send your submissions to jamie at lucidability dot com using the subject line Reader Stories
I’ll get back to you as soon as I have time, but I will answer every email.