the BIG "Hi, I'm new here!" topic, part 62

Welcome Cirnol64! :wave: I’m sure you’ll make progress very quickly with your LD skills ^^
An advice to you would be, try remembering if you had any LD in the past, cause it’s very possible you did; and when you remember,you’ll be able to recall how it feels like, and how did you get to induce them, the feeling, the enjoyment. That will bring you that much closer to your goal! :happy: So good luck with your Quest. :wink:

Hello everyone. Always wanted to learn to do this, and I figure now’s an excellent time. See you around.

Welcome Aspirant to LD4all! :wave:
You got it, summer is an excellent time for dreaming! Remember to power up your recall first and foremost ^^
Be sure to stick around, there’s lots of interesting discussions going on :content:

Ohai guise! I’m Angie :smile: I’ve actually been interested in leanring to LD for a while, but never really got to it. But last week I rediscovered my growing interest for it. And decided that I should start now. I’m hoping to experience a lucid dream sooon :happy:

Welcome back ^^

Welcome AngieKay! :wave: Hope you find yourself at home here ^^
You can start your Quest on Lucid Dreaming by developing a proper dream recall, be sure to keep a detailed DJ :content:

Hello I’m Ruben, 15 years old and from the Netherlands. I found it frustrating that when I had a very good dream that I would wake up from it very soon. I wanted to have more of those dreams, so I searched the internet for ‘controlling dreams’ and found out about LD, it’s a very interesting subject and I quickly found this website! I hope I will learn to have LDs by using this great source of information :happy: !

Greetings everyone,

I used to post regularly on this forum years ago. I guess I faded into oblivion, along with my ability to have lucid dreams. It happens.

Last week, rather by accident (or was it more than that?), I stumbled across the whole subject of lucid dreaming again. I decided to do something - so I grabbed my lazy arse by the neck (if that’s even anatomically possible) and told myself to get things rolling again, to do the work (reality checks, etc) and put in the intention.

I’m now reading ‘The Lucid Dreamer’ by Malcolm Goodwin to help get things rolling once more. Interesting book, with a slightly different twist on the subject compared to the other books I read.

So here I am. Looking forward to meeting the rest of you and having some interesting discussions.

Sleep tight.


Welcome back, and thank you for suggesting another LD book. I just ordered a copy from Amazon for $6, used but in very good condition.

:welcome: hello Rubenknex and welcome to the forum. I’m sure you will soon be enjoying lucid experiences in your dream world :grin:

There are a lot of useful topics in the knowledgebase forum. Then there is even more to discover on the forum itself. For inspiration, read the past official lucid quest topics in the lucid adventures forum :smile:

:wave: hello Hypos, welcome back. If your old account was post 2002, it will be still usable.

Well, then let me know how you liked it. It’s seems to be a great book (I’m not through yet): beautiful writing style and lots and lots of stunning pictures of inspiring artwork.

Thanks for the welcome. :smile:

hello my name is Mark and I discovered ld4all earlier today. I have become increasingly interested in dreaming in recent months. I am also very heavily into the spiritual mod edit. I became very interested in lucid dreaming when a few weeks ago mod edit, please read the forum guidelines i decided that my mind was strong enough to enter my dreamworld consciously. I had never heard of this before but I seemed convinced that it was possible. Until early today i had never seen anything about this sort of dreaming. I was amazed to read about things I experienced that night with no previous knowledge. I was almost successful in achieving my goal but I decided to go to the bathroom and messed up my entire sleep for that night. Since then I have had very intense dreams in which I can no longer ignore. I am in a transition state of my life where I have plenty of free time and no longer need to wake up at 5 am every day ha. I have decided to start a Dream Journal and begin focusing more time on dream researching and doing reality checks as often as possible, maybe ill re-read this just to make sure I’m not dreaming now… we’re good. I look forward to talking with all of you and discussing inter workings of each others minds.

Hello people !

I’m also new around here. I’ve been knowing ld4all website for a year or so. I have had a few LD’s 'till now so kinda know how things work. The hardest thing that, in my oppinion, is the WILD techlique. I try it every night but I never manage it. To go conciously in a dream ? Very weird and very hard. I guess only the most experienced LD-ers can do that.

I’ve had about 4 LD’s by now, and everytime I became lucid all of a sudden. That’s what I don’t like… I want to become lucid all by my own through RC’s and stuff like that. I have this thing which, I thing, is keeping me from having more often LD’s: I have this thaught every night “What if I won’t be able to be come lucid ? What if I won’t be able to controll my dream ? What if, what if, what if ?” I don’t know how to get rid of this thaughts… but I guess everyone has had such experiences at first, ain’t that right ?

I really hope I can improve everything in my LD’s. And I really really hope to reapir my problem with the “graphics” in my dreams. They are the biggest problem. If I get rid of those problems perhaps I’ll gain even more confidece in myself…

Here’s a link to more details of my problem. Perhaps you could help me :shy:Unclear dreams

Welcome Don Anonymous to the community! :welcome:
Well, look at it that way, you wanted to get lucid, and you’re getting lucid on a consistent basis; besides, that’s pretty much the most common way I get lucid too, and that’s not nearly a problem :wink: so I’'d recommend being happy and grateful about the LD’s you get, since a positive attitude goes a long way ^^
And for the "What if"s… they usually hinder your experience, so the sooner you drop them, the better :smile: confidence is a large factor for dreams, and more self-confidence is the prescription for more and better LD’s :content:

I guess this is a sort of belated I’m new here sort of thing. I am heavily interested in meditation, and expansion of consciousness, and low and behold, LD’s fit right into this category. Right now I am doing heavy conceptual work about the structure of the universe, subtle energies, how electromagnetic fields(and subtle energetic fields, i.e. torsion fields) change nature of quarks, and raise their oscillatory frequency. I have made a couple podcasts, that are free, at that explains a little about this, and am going to go into more depth in later podcasts. I decided I was to be a scientist at the age of 5, and 8 my main work I decided was to study the human psyche. And so now I am still continuing that study :smile:. Hehe, 11 years in and I have gone much, however, it is mostly conceptual as it is easier to deal with. I am a great visualizer, and am doing well with VILD’s, as I confused them with WILD’s(didn’t know that you didn’t have to see anything to enter the dreamstate, although sometimes you do have the morphing hypnogogic hallucinations at first). My area of expertise is NOT dreams, but rather the ability to translate conceptual knowledge into english so that it can be relayed efficiently. This conceptual knowledge I download from the “Akashkic records” or what I refer to as the CCC, Collective, Cosmic, Consciousness. Or an easier term GOD. However, that is more philisophic in nature rather than scientific which is why I tend to avoid it because it activates different concepts in different people. So I’m going to stick with CCC. In any case, so far I have had 2 VILD’s, 1 WILD, 1DILD, and this is just since I joined this forum in the last 3 weeks or so. Before this, what really got me interested in the dream world(because before this I was only mildly interested, and did expansions of consciousness and awareness in the waking via concentration, breathing techniques, and certain focusing, which has given me great mental prowess, and other powers :smile: ) was a dream in which I was HIGHLY lucid, spontaneously. Those in my book are the best. A sword appeared on my hip, katana style, and I knew it was used for slicing open dimensions. This was 3 years ago, but I remember it clear as day to this day. This has queued me on to a bunch of topics, one Tibetan Dream Yoga. We are not the first in this quest. But anyways, theres my intro, and much more to come. Namaste, and continue pioneering !!!

Thanks tosxyChor ! You guys really made me feel “wellcomed” and accepted around here as a newbie :hugs: Thanks for reading my posts and helping me out with some of my problems with LDing ! I am truly grateful. :aww:

Hey I’m Bria and I’m new here and I used to have accidental LD as a kid. I never really knew what they were until today, when I stumbled upon this website looking for information on SP. I love spiritual stuff like astrology, meditation, palm reading, etc. and the idea of lucid dreams fascinates me. Hopefully I can someday become a successful lucid dreamer.

:welcome: hello Mark-E-mark, Don Anonymus, iammoto and pink0ballo0n

I’m sure you will all enjoy your time here, it’s a great community with a lot of interesting topics :happy:

so dive in and enjoy :boogie:

What’s up folks. I’m stoked to be finally joinin this community and actually chasin after some lucid dreams. I found this site and read the guide a very very long time ago, at least two years, and was interested but not really enough to get active in trying to achieve a lucid state. But recently since i’ve started along the path of self development and exploration through meditation, I remembered LD4all and figured there’d be no better way to achieve a better understanding of the self then through dream analyzing and using lucid dreaming as a tool to determine the root of dream signs and possibly exploring many other facets of my life. and of course lucid dreaming is just straight up fascinating and sounds more than a lil thrilling.
Lookin forward to gettin to know you all and hopefully stepping a little out of the mundane and into the magic that is lucidity.

pink0ballo0n, iammoto and Don!! =D

Enjoy your stay!

God Speed boys and girls! ^^