LHP Gamification 002: The Lucid Dreaming Game

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Jeremy Crow explains one simple attempt to gamify the process of learning to have more frequent Lucid Dreams. If you are interested in checking out the Lucid Dreaming game, "Shadow Walkers Academy", please visit http://www.chorewars.com/invite.php?id=1740fa5775a16 and create your own character! Please let me know what you thought of the video and the Lucid Dreaming game by commenting below, and don't forget to subscribe to my channel if you haven't already! If you are a member of the Luciferian Research Society, check out this discussion thread for more interaction on this subject: http://luciferianresearch.ning.com/group/dreamwork/forum/topics/lucid-dreamin... To learn more about Lucid Dreaming itself, please check out http://www.squidoo.com/dreamdiary Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/Vxj82K

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  • Lucid dreaming is a paradox, control and yet also going with the flow... perhaps like a painter controls the brush but lets the becoming, the image, that the brush produces run with a life of its own. 

  • I would prefer Mary Jane any day, but unfortunately I'm legally obligated to Susie Q. If I don't serve her then I'm locked away, and being somewhat traditional I prefer one lady over two.

    The first method you suggested is no doubt the better. I know perfectly well the waking world functions as the dreamstate, the more aware I become the less rest I get. My problem is existential obviously. I dislike all existence and object to the idea I exist, it's just so bothersome and tiring. I do like unicorns though, they make me smile and not think about killing anyone for a while.

    Good old unicorns eh?

  • Sin, I don't know if there's a way to stop being aware that you are dreaming during your dreams. There are only two things I can think of that you can do. The one I recommend would be to simply proceed with non-interference. Essentially, just play along as if you weren't aware that you were dreaming. Get into it and lose yourself in the narrative you find yourself in. The other option you could try is to smoke marijuana before bed every night. That usually tends to result in not remembering your dreams at all, or at least lowering your lucidity level in them. Not sure where you live, so depending on where you are that may or may not be illegal. I'm not going to advocate illegal activity, just giving you the facts and you can do what you want with them. I personally think the first method is superior, regardless of legality. It's more Tao.

  • I actually rarely dream without being lucid. Any suggestions about not being in control would be appreciated, because I'm anti-authoritarian and would like to rest.

  • Great incentive to attempt or improve in lucid dreaming through Gamification, I shall try this.

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