AT LAST!!! I had a more vivid dream life last night. How'd I do it? Meditation, special herbs, dream incubation? All good techniques, but no, and you'll laugh when you hear it...
I went to bed earlier than usual. That's right - a simple practice. Because lately I haven't been remembering my dreams, or else I have remembered just a snippet or two. Last night, I went to bed at about 10:30 pm. (That's way early for me, as anyone who knows me can tell you, LOL.) I woke up at 3:30 am and remembered a dream, considered getting up anyway, then realized I could go back to sleep and dream some more. This situation repeated again at 6:30 am and then I woke up for good at 7:30. Not only am I happy that I had more dreams than usual, but I am feeling more refreshed and awake than usual.
One more thing about lucid dreaming that is staying with me today, too. Of course I want to be lucid in my dream life so I have more control of my environment and self-fulfillment, but today I am also especially aware that I want to be "lucid" in my waking life to attain those same goals. If the question to remember to ask myself in a dream is "Am I dreaming?" then the question to ask myself during the day is "Am I awakened?"
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