This topic is to prevent the forums from being cluttered with individual “Hello, I’m new to this forum, nice to meet Y’all” topics.
So now we have a whole BIG topic where everybody can introduce themselves.
So if you are new and want to say ‘Hi’ to the rest of us, this is an excellent place to do it!
Of course, anyone is welcome to post in this topic, not just the new members.
My name’s Dennis. I’m 16 and I live in the Netherlands.
I’m visiting this forum for quite some time now (I got very interesting in Lucid Dreaming a couple of months ago) and at one point I asked myself: “Why the heck haven’t I joined the forum yet!”
First of all, I want to say I really like your site pasQual! It has really inspired me.
I’m really looking forward to discuss about Lucid Dreaming with you guys. I’m sure it will inspire me even more.
welcome to LD4all Yoshimi and ArdatLili and welkom Dennis
A lot of lucid dreamers use nightmares as a means of attaining lucidity. Lot’s of young children learn how to become lucid because of the frequency of their nightmares. So it isn’t unusual at all
by the way we have a nightmare diary in the stuff of dreams forum
I think the English language versions of forums are much more fun, cause you get to talk to people from all over the world, and the more people, the more good ideas I think But thanks anyway, and thanks for the welcome guys.
BTW, I’m sorry I placed my post in the wrong forum. I read my private message after I posted this. Anyway, I found out my post was already moved so no big deal
I mentioned the dutch forum since there seem to be quite a few dutch members here who don’t know there is also a dutch forum. But you are right, the atmosphere on the international forum is different than on the dutch one
Hey everyone, I’m new here. I’ve been interested in lucid dreaming for at least a year now, but I haven’t really made an effort to actually become lucid until recently. But anyway, about myself, I’m 15, I live in the US, and I have a deep interest in music and politics. BTW, I like the site, it’s very helpful
hello Scopio You can just make your own dream journal topic in our dream diary forum ld4all.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=5
just click new topic, pick a title and type it in the subject box and start typing
Thanks moogle i was on here for about 5 hours last night and just before i was leaving to go to bed and begin my adventure into LD i stumbled across ‘old hag’ so i read further and to be honest i was terrified of going to sleep
Anyway i went to bed and tried wild and it was really strange i started seeing little lights and shapes so i just followed them, after doing this for a while i started to feel like i was floating (i have had this feeling as a young child also, like the bed was falling or moving very fast!) unfortunatley after this i think i failed to stay aware and fell asleep. Ah well it’s my first time However i woke up this morning having remembered a dream i had with great detail! I am going to get a dream journal going this is great!
Hello all. I’m new here. However, I feel kind of like a compulsive overeater browsing an anorexic website I’ve spent my whole life trying to stop lucid dreams and all of you are trying to have them. When I was 16 (after a terrifying OBE) I went to the book store to try to find a book to help me get a normal, run of the mill good night’s sleep. I was stunned when I realized that the shelves were full of books exactly like this website. There wasn’t anyone who wanted to stop having them. I haven’t done much research on them, in fact in reading through this forum I had to read all the definition to the capitalized words to follow the conversations. I had no idea there was such a dream lingo. I found this site by doing a Yahoo search for “too much lucid dreaming” (I do this occasionally just to see if there is anyone else out there) and it pulled up the one such posting on this site. I joined so I could post a reply and lend a sympathetic ear. It’s not that I’m anti-LD that certainly is not true, I just wish I had and on/off switch. I wish I could tell you all, the secret ON switch to have LDs but if I knew that then I would know the OFF switch too. So I unfortunately can’t help any of you have a LD and more then any one as been able to help me stop having them. This website has been very informative though. I wish you all happy lucid dreaming!
2muchLDing! I understand what you mean. It is hard to believe that somebody would want to stop having LD’s but i can imagine it can be tiresome, being aware all the time. Maybe you could do some reverse induction technique or something? I hope you will stay around, and hopefully find the answer to your problem