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    Hello everyone. I am new to this forum/group, and I hope that everyone has had a good holiday. As for my post, I hope that I am doing this correctly... Anyway, I have been online trying to found out the meaning of my recent dreams. The dreams aren't at all dramatic or fancy, but what sticks out for me are the items that I see reappearing. The items in question are books... not just any books, but rare occult books. These books only exist in my dreams, and unfortunately I can never remember what it is that I have read from them, (except for faint recollections of a man's face, in the form of drawings). My attempts at lucid dreaming stink at best; when I become lucid, I start to wake up, which of course defeats the original purpose. . At best, I can probably draw/recreate how the dream/s feel, I don't know how better to explain this... Anyway, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

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    Welcome to the forums. I don't know much about Lucid Dreaming specifically but I'm sure some one around here may have some ideas for an exercise that would probably help you become better at it. Many occult practices aren't something you master in a week!
    When the listening is good, life is good
    He who listens is the master of what is beneficial
    Listening is beneficial to the listener
    Listening is better than anything else
    That is how perfect love is born.

    -- Ptahhotep

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    Merry Meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baphomet_777 View Post
    Hello everyone. I am new to this forum/group, and I hope that everyone has had a good holiday. As for my post, I hope that I am doing this correctly... Anyway, I have been online trying to found out the meaning of my recent dreams. The dreams aren't at all dramatic or fancy, but what sticks out for me are the items that I see reappearing. The items in question are books... not just any books, but rare occult books. These books only exist in my dreams, and unfortunately I can never remember what it is that I have read from them, (except for faint recollections of a man's face, in the form of drawings). My attempts at lucid dreaming stink at best; when I become lucid, I start to wake up, which of course defeats the original purpose. . At best, I can probably draw/recreate how the dream/s feel, I don't know how better to explain this... Anyway, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
    It sounds to me as if you are being show knowledge, and the reason you can not remember is it is not time for you yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baphomet_777 View Post
    Hello everyone. I am new to this forum/group, and I hope that everyone has had a good holiday. As for my post, I hope that I am doing this correctly... Anyway, I have been online trying to found out the meaning of my recent dreams. The dreams aren't at all dramatic or fancy, but what sticks out for me are the items that I see reappearing. The items in question are books... not just any books, but rare occult books. These books only exist in my dreams, and unfortunately I can never remember what it is that I have read from them, (except for faint recollections of a man's face, in the form of drawings). My attempts at lucid dreaming stink at best; when I become lucid, I start to wake up, which of course defeats the original purpose. . At best, I can probably draw/recreate how the dream/s feel, I don't know how better to explain this... Anyway, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
    Hello and welcome to the forum. Do you keep a journal by your bed so you can write your dreams down? You must tell your subconscious you will remember wall that you dreamed and the man's face. Bel is write you are being taught but are not quite there yet.

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    Welcome...

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    dream journal is essential. write down every symbol, even things that seem insignificant, and the context of it if you can remember. Meditate and work on memory skills. Study dream anaylsis. In the end, just keep expanding, refining, and taming your mind and you will find things will fall into place.

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    Good advice crowley!
    When the listening is good, life is good
    He who listens is the master of what is beneficial
    Listening is beneficial to the listener
    Listening is better than anything else
    That is how perfect love is born.

    -- Ptahhotep

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