Why do you LD?December 29 2001 at 7:26 AM
Im just curious of some of your reasons for wanting to LD. Besides the sheer awsomeness of it, does anyone have a alternate reason for wanting to LD? Is anyone else (like myself) interested in the learning capabilities brought on by having raw mind power at work? Ive done a little searching and havent found any good material related to learning while Dreaming so any comments/suggestion are welcome! So what are your reasons for Lding...
"The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them."
- Albert Einstein
|December 30 2001, 2:46 AM |
i once read a novel that mentioned LDing a little bit, wish i could remember the title.
about 4 months later i was bored and pulled out a little book we have on dreaming from our bookshelf, and happened to flip to a page on lucid dreaming. i was surprised it actually existed, i had figured that the author had just made it up in my other book. i read the page and got excited, then hurried to my computer and asked Jeeves about LDing. Then i found this site, etc.etc.
|December 31 2001, 12:02 AM |
I know that when I was little I was molested by my grandfather, but I don't remember all of what happened. I use LD's to ask myself, other people, and even my teddy bear (who was present during the incidents) about my "missing" memories. I think LD's can be a great tool of self discovery, besides all the fun you can have.
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