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Quote from: EVThe fact that you are not becoming lucid from your Dream Triggers/Signals is not because you are missing them, it is because your NP Personality has become developed enough to handle the situation by itself, without resorting to activating the conscious mind!
Quote from: EVSo, maybe we don't get the same opportunities to become lucid that we once did; but this is not a reason for disappointment. This actually is a sign of how our NP Personality has developed to a point where it can better handle itself; the DT's we remember upon waking are still there, but now are signposts of a new territory we are moving into.
Quote from: SelskiI remember trying to put into words what I meant in a post over at EIC and got a fantastic response from CF Traveler who explained it so much more succinctly than I ever could. I can't remember what she said now, but it was spot on. She'd obviously been through a similar process.
QuoteWith regards to second-person perspective dreaming, can anyone clarify what this is?
Quote from: T-ManSo far, I do not recall any dreams in black and white but I really haven't paid attention to my dreams until this past year.
Quote from: Stillwater on August 19, 2017, 11:12:222nd person identity is, you watch the events from the perspective of someone, and you ARE that someone. Pretty much this can only reasonably be used in books, and even then, super rare. The only real exception I can think of is Virtual reality, where you are often playing as yourself.
Quote from: Selski on August 20, 2017, 04:37:23I meant to mention this yesterday. I'd love to read what started your journey into dreams a year ago (if it's not too personal). If you have a specific thread, let me know. I'm nosey curious.
Quote from: StillwaterIt gets a bit confusing.
Quote from: T-ManYou can read my intro which is still available on the first page of the Members Introductions. I have a paragraph there about how I started.
Quote from: Stillwater on August 20, 2017, 20:40:47Yeah that is correct. When you write in the second person, you use the pronoun "you". A person writing in the second person is literally telling you something about yourself.
Quote from: Selski on August 22, 2017, 03:48:38It took me all day yesterday before I realised that the above dream was more than likely a retrieval. When I went to bed last night, I was thinking about my question, 'Are we dead?' and - WHAM! - retrieval jumped into my mind.
Quote from: T-ManIt would have never occurred to me that could have been a retrieval but after you mention it the circumstances sure seem to fit that scenario.
Quote from: EscapeVelocity on August 23, 2017, 01:34:50The Glass woman...could be her name, but the first read I had was maybe that describes her 'fragility'...?
Quote from: EscapeVelocityWow! Great retrieval interpretation Selski! You have just confirmed that it can occur on a purely instinctive NP level! Nicely done!
Quote from: EVThe Glass woman...could be her name, but the first read I had was maybe that describes her 'fragility'...?
Quote from: EVMore to come, I'm sure...
Quote from: T-ManMaybe Glass was her name but maybe you referred to her as the glass woman because you knew that she was in a fragile state.
Quote from: T-ManBTW, which Stephen King novel were you reading?
Quote from: Selski on August 21, 2017, 09:10:07Then it dawns on me.I already know the answer, but ask in all seriousness to my friends, 'Are we dead?'