Just a short post today. There is a lot in the works. The title of this post says it all. For those of you that did not read the first post and have no idea what a pre-lucid dream is: it is exactly what the name suggests. It is a dream that is on the verge of a lucid dream. You don’t actually become lucid, but you get very close. My last pre-lucid dream I blogged about [HERE].
Last night I dreamed that realized I was dreaming. My first thought was “Am I dreaming? Is this a dream” Then I thought “No…wait yes. I am dreaming” Then I thought I woke up. The truth was that I didn’t wake up. I dreamed that I woke up. It was actually painfully obvious that I hadn’t really awoken, when I awoke for real the next morning.
It has been a few months since my first pre-lucid dream and in between that time I spent a lot of time with alarms going every two hours to remind me to ask myself if I am dreaming. I still forget but I have stopped the alarms in hope that my mind will take over and become more lucid, not relying on the alarm to always trigger it. At least it is progress.
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