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Author Topic: How to avoid a LD despite 9 easy dream triggers  (Read 10529 times)
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« Reply #25 on: July 23, 2017, 10:55:18 »

Quote from: EscapeVelocity
This was just too good not to add! grin

Last week I had a dream where I missed a dream trigger that appeared over and over. I knew afterward that the feel of my lucidity was just way too low during the dream to get the trigger, but I did remember it.

The dream was vague but I think I was staring somewhat blankly at a landscape. Just like on a website, a pesky pop-up window kept appearing in front of me. I tapped the X in the corner to make it go away. It reappeared 4 times and each time I hit the X to make it go away. finally the dream faded and I drifted deeper into sleep.

 The pop-up said this-

                                                   Do you know you are dreaming?

 grin  cheesy  grin That's the best!

This is a great idea and I'm going to start adding my DTs from now on, although that could be perceived as Delerium Tremens.  shocked Perhaps I'll make it LDTs.

One of my favourites which I may have shared here before is:

During a non-lucid dream, a duck walked by loudly quacking. The fact that it was the size of a double-decker bus didn't faze me at all - I didn't even bat an eyelid!

We all find nonsenses to believe in; it's part of being alive.
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