reply to post by fossilera
Thanks for your reply!
Well, for one-I really want to lucid dream. Complete power of my dream world :3 I have a great imagination and want to put it to use. ;3
Two, I want to see a ufo, and I've heard they are more likely to show themselves to someone who has a more unique mind set.
Three, I need better control, and meditation can help quiet that annoying voice(s) in my head that won't get out and stay out.
Well, in that case...
1. Lucid dreaming doesn't really require any sort of meditation or third-eye practice. What it does involve though is being able to realize that you
One of the easiest ways to know when you are dreaming is by doing the following:
A. Keep a dream journal - As soon as you have a dream, write it down so that you capture as much of the dream as possible. Your goal is to see if
there is a particular element to the dream that you could use to realize that you are dreaming. For example, maybe a particular person always appears
in your dreams - If you discover this, then the next time you have a dream, you may find yourself consciously remembering that person, and thereby
allowing yourself to become lucid.
B. Keep track of when you wake up at night - Ironically enough, the same conditions for astral projection also work for lucid dreaming. When you wake
up at night, you will generally wake up around the same time (in my case, 3:00am). If you wake up at that time, stay awake for a couple minutes (go to
the bathroom, get something small to drink, stretch, etc), and then get comfy. Your goal is to be as mentally alert, but physically relaxed, as
humanly possible (Ideally, your body should feel like it does on those days where you don't want to get out of bed). After you get comfy, do a
countdown, or just relax and let the body continue on the sleep process - If you see any images, then casually start to focus on them. As soon as you
feel like you are becoming "part of the scene", remind yourself that you are dreaming.
C. Stick signs around your room reminding you to check your awareness. Everytime you see that sign, do something to remind you that you are not
dreaming (pinching a finger, or check to see if your hands are melting). Because we tend to repeat daily life in our dreams (or so I'm told), at some
point you will probably attempt to check and see if you are dreaming - How you become lucid is that usually, your sign will fail (aka, your hands
might turn blue, or melt away), which causes you to remember.
2. As for UFO's appearing to those of us that have an ability, I'd say your odds of seeing one are 50/50 (the same as everyone else). I say this
because unless you have an ability where you can sense that they are around, or maybe clairvoyance, which would assume that you can sense the outline
of the ship's shields or outlines, they aren't going to reveal themselves. I'd be curious to know where you got this info - none of my literature
3. What is so annoying about the voices? I'm guessing that there is more than one, correct? In your case, learning to create a shield might be a
better solution than meditation. A shield sounds more impressive than it actually is - The basic purpose of a shield is to act as a "barrier"
between you and whatever is bothering you. Creating one relies a lot on visualization, but it doesn't require a lot of effort to do.