Would you think I was crazy (don’t answer that) if I said you’ve never had a lucid dream before?
What if it was true? What if you thought you had one, or lots, but you didn’t?
Some people don’t need to worry, but others might have to wait a little longer for their first one.
Do you want to find out which group you’re in?
Something always bothered me about having to write your dreams down in a journal.
It’s cute, you’ve got to give it that. Whether or not it’s the best way to remember your dreams is another matter.
The reason I dislike it so much isn’t that it doesn’t work. It’s more the fact I know people can’t or won’t do it. There’s only a tiny percentage of people happy to fill in a dream journal. My guess is maybe 10% or less.
Then you have my 3 dream seeds technique, which I think people will find easier. But this new way I’ve been experimenting with is going to improve your dream memory like nothing else.
I bet you had some really cool dreams as a child.
Do you remember what they were?
When you’re young you have the most amazing imagination in the world. Sometimes it dies as you get older. Once you enter the real world.
You start working. You start getting stressed. Your dreams lose their magic.
But it wasn’t like that growing up. You could dream about anything because you didn’t know what was impossible. Nothing was impossible.
Are you too scared to try lucid dreaming because you’re afraid of nightmares?
You’d rather not remember your dreams, that way you won’t remember the scary stuff?
This is the most common excuse people give me for not wanting to become a lucid dreamer. I hear it a lot. Is this you?
That’s your choice. Let’s see why it might be a good idea to look at it differently.