Im I'm a student in Honors Psychology class at Harper College. I am working on a presentation for a
December 7 2001 at 4:51 AM
I really want to include some expert opinions in my presentations, so if anyone can help, I'd really, really appreciate it. Here are some of the questions I was interested in:
1. With all the time devoted to trying to have a lucid dream, were there ever cases when someone wanted to reverse the process because he or she didn't like having lucid dreams?
2. If you are a professional in a medical field, have you ever recommended lucidity to a patient as a way of managing nightmares or any other kinds of fears? If yes, how long have you been applying this technique?
3. What was the most amazing story you ever heard dealing with lucid dreaming?
4. I know that it takes different amount of time for different people to reach the point when they can have lucid dreams, but did you ever some across a case when an individual just couldn’t have lucid dreams even after several years of trying?
One again, I greatly appreciate anyone who can help, even if you could answer only one or two of the questions. You can also e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please respond as soon as you can because I really want to include various opinions in my presentation. Thank you very much!
Yes, i have had LD's all my life (natural) and i have felt that sometimes i have realy been bored to not have a "normal" dream, I have them like once a week or less.
The thing is that it CAN be unlearned, for others who not are naturals, (i think i can if i realy try to stop have so meny LD's, but i dont have the time to do so.) they must stop to pay the enviorment around them so mutch attention and draw back those reality tests that are realy good for beginners, and try to just relax their minds.
To end this i can say that i see LD's to keep the mind in good shape, creating, destroying and everything. It teaches everyone selfknowledge.