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southerncross
05-28-2012, 05:53 AM
I thought I'd start a thread so people could place precognitive thoughts and experiences. Perhaps they will create a picture for t hose posting.

I have been experiencing a number of them for 6 months so I thought I'd place my most recent. They hit me like pictures or I am in the picture. And often are symbolic. So I don't know what they mean. Just felt I should record them. Think of it as a log for you and it's time stamped.



Joe and I were sitting on the porch of a typical Tx. hill country ranch house. They're small and made of rough wood. It was on a high hill and look over the hills and valleys in the distance. There was a big storm on the horizon that stretched from left to right and there was thunder and bright bolts of lightening. It felt like sunset. I just looked out over this beautiful land and said, There's a storm across the river" Apparently there was a river in the distance. He said 'yes'. And that was it.
It was a peaceful moment with him, but the storm was a very typical rough electrical central Texas storm. And it was coming in.
I have the feeling something is coming in to his life that will tear him up. It's personal, not his career.

CasperParks
05-28-2012, 06:15 AM
I thought I'd start a thread so people could place precognitive thoughts and experiences. Perhaps they will create a picture for t hose posting.

Joe and I were sitting on the porch of a typical Tx. hill country ranch house. They're small and made of rough wood. It was on a high hill and look over the hills and valleys in the distance. There was a big storm on the horizon that stretched from left to right and there was thunder and bright bolts of lightening. It felt like sunset. I just looked out over this beautiful land and said, There's a storm across the river" Apparently there was a river in the distance. He said 'yes'. And that was it.
It was a peaceful moment with him, but the storm was a very typical rough electrical central Texas storm. And it was coming in. I have the feeling something is coming in to his life that will tear him up. It's personal, not his career.

southerncross,

I am assuming you are talking about a series of flashing images in the above post. It could be symbolic, difficult to say what is symoblic and and what is not.

Prophecy and precognition are often as wind rustling branches and leafs on trees. Wind is invisible the reaction thereof is not.

southerncross
05-28-2012, 06:50 AM
Oh I know that well. Interpreting is tricky. I usually jot down my impression at the time and then see where it goes.
But I've been getting strong impressions about this person for a time and I think a log would be good. Others are welcome to join too as it helps to have a record your thoughtsand precognitions and hear what others think. So anyone post what you see or dream.
One things for sure it was a whale of a storm yet the setting was so peaceful.
I felt comfortable there.

atmjjc
05-28-2012, 12:26 PM
Dream tools...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2147181/Dream-come-true-Two-mad-scientists-create-sleep-mask-lets-people-CONTROL-dreams.html

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1047510073/remee-the-rem-enhancing-lucid-dreaming-mask

:cool:

Fore
05-29-2012, 07:36 PM
On January 4, 2012

I was asleep when my dreams changed drastically and I became lucid during the dreamstate that something was amiss. In this dream I was given there were I and 2 other people (one young woman and man) were standing on the top of a tall building. Suddenly in the dream there was a massive shaking and the ground (the top of the building) was seemingly sheered in half. The top concrete slab moved across sideways maybe 300 feet before stopping. The man, woman and I shared startled looks and words about what happened. We asked each other questions and then I looked downward off the side where the bottom of the building should have been.

Rather than a city below. I was amazed to see a dark bottomless pit. Then the shaking became more intense as if it were an earthquake. I quickly reasoned in which direction we would run, which in that dream was away from the ledge. The man, woman and I began running away from the ledge and the edge seemingly fell away without much warning as we ran across the large slab.

I ran as hard as I could though I was only a few steps behind the other two people. I realized it was "a dream" and thought of using tricks to move faster across the slab. But I couldn't think much as the rate at which I was running was slowly eroding the distance between me and the edge. All I could concentrate on was mainly staying ahead of the collapsing slab of concrete.

As we ran we approached a schoolbus full of people of varied ages and genders. Behind the wheel was the same man whom I always see in these *Angel inspired dreams*. I assume he represents "God" and the schoolbus always holds different kinds of people so it must be some kind of collection activity??

As we entered the bus the falling away of the concrete stopped short of the bus and the man behind the wheel slowly turned us away from the collapse and we left the area. The dream ends. Then as everything goes black I hear a voice in my head telling me that I should share this warning with others "who believe". The Angel man says a great shaking is about to occur and to "warn others who will listen and believe". There is a hint of seperatism in his voice. As if he implies there are those whom will find meaning in the message and other whom won't.

I also notice that when I try to scan his mind nothing happens. As my Psychic abilities seem to be unresponsive and turned off"completely I am experiencing the Angel as anyone else would. It is my first time experiencing talking to an Angel as a non-psychic. I wonder in the dreamless state if this is how everyone experiences an Angel while not being able to read their mind and gather more information??

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I wake up, I hear the presence of the Angel saying that I should "hurry" in my decision, He states that "time is running short". I realize this is what being only inches ahead of the collapse and barely keeping up is supposed to signify. That I am still not completely decided.

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January 4th through the 14th-15th 2012

More than one Higher Order Entity (Angel) Approaches me. On different days one of the two told me an urgent warning. They told me that they will begin wreaking havoc on this region. They told me they were "sent" to give warnings "to prepare". One of the two told me that soon there will be a steep increase in storms. They told me that they have been ordered to impact the region where I live. I ask who has ordered them? They respond that "God has ordered" them to do these things. On different days the two alternate visiting and told me they are sent to secure "the people". They told me that the activity they are about to conduct is sanctioned and will be carried out.

They give me a warning that the frequency and location of the weather events is something which has already been determined. They also said "this area" (the region where I live) is in the danger area. They reveal at that time that starting in a few days (at that time) there will be "intense storms" and that they may not be able to secure my safety. They stated that for that reason they will give me warnings prior to some of the occurrences and furthermore they gave me instructions on what to do as I recieve these warnings. For the weather storms they said to go to a nearby area where I will be safe. I asked them about my neighbors and they said they were only sent to secure my safety.

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They stated that my home is not structurally sound and will collapse if they are "slightly off" in their storm activity. They told me for the first half of the events the direction of the storms that are slated for the following week. They said they would send someone to warn me just prior to such events in my area. Then they say that if I am given a message of warning I should go to an area which is safer than "this [home]".

Then they said there will be an earthquake "soon" that will follow these storms and that this building I am inside of will not withstand it.

They said when this Earthquake begins to occur, there will be a few moments were it will be felt as gentle termors. (Actually this was said in Febuary and Merch) That I am to take my family and run into an open area in the street where the cars pass through. These Higher Order Entities said that I should not stand beneath anything around me as it will strike suddenly and many buildings will collapse from the intensity in this region. They said to take "them" (my family) even if I were undressed to walk out. They told me to prepare for this eventuality as it "will come".

I asked them when? They told me that I did not have "such favor" that I should know. They said "soon".

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The Guardian (lower Angel) then took it upon itself to give me further instructions on what I should do next. Which I then held out for a bit before telling my family.

southerncross
07-07-2012, 07:25 PM
I have had a few dreams that have left strong impressions on me.

One came true not 3 hrs after I had the dream and woke up this morning.

I dreamt of a multistoried building out away from from central downtown on fire, some of the fire was sparking and blue indicating electrical probably.
It was definitely in my hometown. I woke about 4:30 from the dream.
This morning at 7:30am my husband got a call from a fire department Captain that he needed a fuel tuck on the scene of a 3 alarm commercial fire. He is on 24 hr call with Police and Fire for fuel backup as a tanker has to be onsite to keep these big firetrucks running and pumping. I am still waiting for details on the fire. It is out from the central city near Alliance Airport.
But I was having the dream probably just as it was first braking out. We do not know what started the fire but I felt it was arson.

A second was the fulfillment of a dream I had on a particular blues/rock performer I keep having dreams of. I had seen him playing (guitar) with a violinist soon. He typically does not work with strings but a typical guitar band and brass added at times. So this came as a surprise to me. I have also seen him playing with YoYo Ma and as he is a Blues artist this will be an interesting surprise. So 1/2 of it has come true.


The other 2 dreams were military in nature.--

First on was like a photo image in my mind of 4 B52's flying overhead wingtip to wingtip. The one on the left or east end of the line was having mechanical issues with either landing gear or bombay doors. They were flying over US soil and this bothered me a lot.

The Second was another photo image of tanks and military personnel on the streets of Washington DC. I could see the top of the Capitol dome and there were leaves on the trees so it was not in winter at least. The last time there were troops on DC streets was when Martin Luther King was assassinated.
So, this is troubling. It didn't feel it years in the future but I can't put a time on it.

Seems like I am having more and more dreams of future events. I can't explain why, but they are coming true.
So, is anyone else having dreams come true lately ?? I feel that I am not alone.

ScaRZ
07-12-2012, 04:23 PM
I haven't been around The Outpost Forum but only a few times the last few months and didn't see this thread until this morning. I've been a very strong dreamer from as long back as I can remember. 99.9% of my dreams are only what I will call regular dreams. But over the years of my life what I call deep dreams will occur. I might have one in a years time or they can come more often with a couple within a month or weeks time. They hold a special place inside me that I believe carries with them a meaning and purpose for me. Sometimes I feel I need to share them with others and other times I sense the timing isn't right for sharing. My deep dreams always carry a message that becomes clear to me. It may become clear to me the moment I awake or it becomes clear on down the road. They all reveal a picture that was once covered and now it awaits eyes of understanding.

montalk
08-31-2012, 08:53 AM
I noticed that my level of precognitive dreaming has varied greatly over the years. I can go several months with many, then a whole half year with barely any. I haven't completely figured out why.

But I suspect it has to do with how psychically activated I am during that time, and how well-maintained my connection has been with "higher stuff" via truth seeking, contemplation, writing, intuition, and staying spiritually balanced.

In other words, a combination of intensified psychic energy (like extending a radio antenna) and increase of the quality of my psyche (tuning to a clearer station). If I lose both of these factors, then dreams become mundane, returning to the kind of dreams that mainstream academics think are the only kind people have. You know, memory fragments from previous days, somatic (physiological) processes manifesting symbolically in a dream, subconscious complexes, and so on.

There have been several things that increased the meaning, clarity, and precog-like aspect of dreams:


* Certain days of the month. Seems to be a monthly cycle. But if it's during a dry spell, even that peak day doesn't amount to much.

* Being really preoccupied with needing to know what's next, as a survival mechanism. Like when I was moderating the old Noble Realms forum, I needed to know who would be stirring things up next, and I'd dream about it days in advance.

* Being under alien and/or neg entity harassment and monitoring. If this causes external psychic activation, then it may have an unintended positive effect on dream life. One of the minor reasons I decided to start posting again.

* Wearing a lakhovsky coil (http://www.lakhovskyscoil.com/thecoil.htm). This really works, it seems to be a mild psychic stimulant. But like caffeine, you get a crash afterwards. So if worn for three days, then take off, you go through a similarly long low period, at least in my case.

* Staying out of depression, cynicism, contempt, egotism, greed, lust, and other anti-spiritual states of mind. Those seem to cloud the eyes of the soul.


I'm still searching for more reliable ways of increasing precognitive dreaming. Unless they are given by grace, then they can't be intentionally induced.

A99
10-18-2012, 04:58 PM
Pre-cognitive dreams and precognitive mind's eye visions while one is in a meditative state of mind can indeed be induced and let me tell you the way I do it.
1) First I light up some incense and do the LBRP to clear my space from unwanted spirits and spiritual activity by invoking the four archangels of the north, south, east and west.
2) After that I do The Middle Pillar Ritual to call upon the Holy Spirit to fill me with his Grace which results in the invigoration of my chakra’s and light body.
3) Then I invoke an angel that I work with who acts as a invocation facilitator… that angel is my guardian.
4) After I do that preliminary exercise, I do an invocation of an angel who is invoked to foretell what’s coming up in the future and when doing that, I am as specific as I possibly can be about what it is that I want to find out.
I perform the above Kabbala invocations and exercise (that are also used in ceremonial magick) at the same time every day for a period of five days. If I don’t get an answer to those questions that I posed to the angel I invoked who specializes in future events, then it’s information that I am not meant to have at that point in time.

I don’t operate in isolation though because I’m connected to groups of people locally that also have had success invoking the same angels from the Kabbala too for information about future matters. Those connections are very important in exercises like the one I just explained.

A99
10-24-2012, 05:18 PM
Another way to induce inner eye visions is amping up the temperature control in one's apartment just after you wake up in the morning. Then after you lay there in bed for a while where you slip back into an altered mind-state, many times precognitive mind's eye visions or precognitive lucid dreams pop in during those times too.

Neuru
10-27-2012, 07:41 PM
* Wearing a lakhovsky coil (http://www.lakhovskyscoil.com/thecoil.htm). This really works, it seems to be a mild psychic stimulant. But like caffeine, you get a crash afterwards. So if worn for three days, then take off, you go through a similarly long low period, at least in my case.
I am interested in this option. Namely, how many coils do you wear and where are they positioned? The page you linked advised to wear it around the waist. Did you try different configurations, and if yes, which were more potent?

montalk
10-28-2012, 12:02 AM
I learned a better method from a friend, which is to use a multi-conductor ribbon cable and cut one end at a 45 degree angle. This way you can have 10 to 20 separate coils, each with slightly different lengths to create a smeared spectrum of resonant frequencies instead of just one. Covers more EM frequencies, that's the point.

Mine was 24 conductors, worn around the waist. The ends overlap around 2.5 inches (5-6 cm) and were held in place with masking tape. I don't mean the super thin ribbon cables found in modern desktops, more like what you'd find in 80s style computers and scientific instrument cabling. I got mine from eBay, 3M brand. Also known as rainbow cable... just don't wear it visibly in public unless you like the attention, ha. And make sure to order twice the length you need and cut it down to size, since if it ends up being too short then it's no good.

If that is too difficult to find, then a regular 12 gauge housing wire works too. The ends must overlap by several inches to create the capacitor, while the coil itself functions as the inductor. From a physics standpoint, it is an inductor-capacitor resonant circuit with resonant frequency in the GHz range. Like an electromagnetic tuning fork. It does something to stimulate the etheric body, but how or why I don't know. In this device is contained the mystery of how physics relates to etheric energy. The ancient Celts wore neck torcs that carried the same function.

I haven't compared it's effectiveness versus multiconductor, but people swear by it. The multiconductor one cured a friend's cat of arthritis when worn around the neck, go figure. Another guy had prostate issues and I won't mention where he wore his.

I tried a multiconductor one around the head, but it was uncomfortable to sleep in, so I didn't end up testing its influence on dreams. But the one around the waist worked, the only one that has ever done anything, unlike those supposed tachyon pendants or q links that I've also tried over the years. I only use it occasionally, due to the aforementioned crash effect.

Neuru
10-29-2012, 12:31 AM
Thank you for the quick response. I asked in part because I happen to have a spare bundle of copper wire for no apparent reason although it's thin (~1 mm diameter) so maybe it's worthless for this purpose.

lycaeus
10-29-2012, 01:11 AM
I'm definitely looking into the Lakhovsky coil. It looks like he supports the Zapper too, which I have had good results with. They kill parasites and I heard that demons can take the form of blood sucking/spreading little bugs, so I wonder if it helps with demon problems?

I know a couple ways to induce lucid dreams, but they may not be precognitive.

One way is by ingesting monatomic (ormus) gold. I got some from indigoldenergy.com and the first time I tried it I flew out of my sleeping body and up the stairs. Then I somehow flew up the stairs again, and again and then a girl put a bunch of elastic bands in my hair when I got to the top (?!).

Wearing a nicotine patch when you sleep induces lucid dreaming too. It might make a non smoker sick, I'm not sure, but some native cultures say it connects you with the spirit...

The first time I tried it, it was a horrible dream though. It was like I was in a horror movie. I was in a house full of young people and this older guy was in the kitchen holding this young boys arm. He vigorously hacked at his arm with a machete, downwards on an angle. He then told the hurt boy that if he wanted to release the pain he had received then he should hurt someone else. The boy then came up to me, stabbed me in the side and then grabbed my hand and held it. He then sliced my hand open and it hurt. A lot! I woke up looking at my hand, and as I gained consciousness, the wound on my hand faded to nothing.

But I've had a pre-cog dream too, you could say. I don't remember it clearly as it was 2 years ago so I'll more or less write the scribbles from my old dream book. There's a lot of extra nonsense that I don't even understand in it:

16 January 2010

An annoying voice clearly sings "Simon says the news is in, of who will die and who will win."
I am talking to dead people. Ghosts (not sure, but they looked zombified) of people I know climb in through my bedroom window, Steph, Megan, Lexy, Kerry. Cody, Me and Julian survive. One ghost, male, has his stomach torn open.
"Simon says the news is in, of who will die and who will win... Someone close to you will die within the next year."
I'm at Aunt Diane's house and I ate some magic mushrooms. Then I'm in an apartment with lots of friends. Tom Lane wants to move out. I get scared of sleeping in the basement because the ghosts keep bugging me. I wake up (while still dreaming) to see my brother Ryan lying dead on the couch, bloody, near where I sleep. I hear the voice again: "Simon says the news is in, of who will die and who will win." (By this point I want to smack whoever this annoying voice is.)
The rest seems random...
My mother visits my place and drops off some snowmen figurines that hold small pictures. I help my Aunt Kerry put a blanket canopy over Alyssa's bed.
I am in the court/street, slush everywhere, evening time and water and slush is spraying from behind a few trucks driving by. I think the visual display is beautiful!
-At Aunt Kerry's. Her front door is really high. It's really steep, no fence, just grass hill from the front door. There were cows and horses inside. Dakota (dog) runs out and hurts his paws. We go to help him with a cold wet cloth...


No one close to me had died in my life except for my great grandaprents 6 years ago years ago and great grandfather 15 years ago, except for, Jesse (Uncle Pecker). He was shot in the neck at the age of 27 by a rapper in my Aunt's boyfriends's group "Suspect". I think it was most likely for drugs. Jesse was an awesome guitarist. He inspired me to start playing.

In his memory http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7S3fwxiUBk&feature=BFa&list=PLF24D22A9E21082AD

CasperParks
10-29-2012, 02:36 AM
Nicotine increases blood pressure and heart rate, and would not advise anyone to use it unless first checking with their doctor. If not addicted to cigarettes why risk an addiction to nicotine through the patch, or if you were once a smoker and quit why risk becoming dependent on cigarettes again?

Mushrooms are risky. You cannot simply walk into the woods or park, pick a mushroom and eat it. May types of mushrooms are deadly poison and can kill.

If there is any history of mental illness in your life and or family, hallucinogens could trigger and or make something worse.

There is a study underway, but do not recall where - one hallucinogen is being tested to treat “specific types” of mental illnesses.

Key wording is “specific types of mental illnesses”.

LSD can make people’s eyes permanently sensitive to light. LSD remains in the spine for life.

Pot: Is considered a hallucinogen in most medical circles. Some people need it for health reasons, some for relaxing, and like alcohol some people are addicted to it.

Here is my suggestion:

Place on set of decent head phones if you have them, or turn on the stereo. Do not use rap music, the beat is not right for this. Some forms or rock n roll are okay, with very few lyrics. Michael Hedges is a good one or Pete Bardens, depending on the album.

Do not turn the music up too loud.

Lay flat on your back, couch or bed.

Cross your ankles, one over the other.

Fold your arms across your chest, and or *interlock your fingers across your chest.

Close your eyes, *feel the weight of your body pressing against the couch, *feel the pressure points at your crossed ankles and interlocking fingers. Let the rhythm of the music carry you, clear you mind, feel your breathing. Watch the blackness and wait.

montalk
10-29-2012, 03:01 AM
Neuru, if the wire is insulated, it's worth a try and easy to do.

Lycaeus, I'm leery of monatomic gold (at least the kind you can buy) but that's one wild effect you got from it.

In my experience, anything that makes you more energized, alert, or restless while asleep will enhance dreaming. Examples:

* Wake Back to Bed method of lucid dreaming. You get up after five or six hours, stay awake for an hour, and go back to sleep. While awake, 'awake neurotransmitters' build up in the brain and continue as you go back to sleep, making dreams more vivid and helping with lucid dreaming.

* Being uncomfortably warm. A99 mentioned this one. Yes, for some reason I've had meaningful, positive, interesting dreams when my body was feeling hot and restless. Conversely, having my upper arms exposed to cold air created nightmares.

* This supplement called ZMA, it's zinc, magnesium, and B6 bound together. The zinc and B6 amp you up, the magnesium calms you down, so you fall asleep and stay asleep but meanwhile your mind's amped up, and people have reported crazy dreams on it.

* Melatonin supplements. This induces sleepiness via the same hormone your brain makes. It can therefore make you fall asleep earlier than you normally would, and thus you'd enter sleep with more energy, which you'd otherwise use up had you stayed awake. Likewise, people report vivid and strange dreams with it.

* That Lakhovsky coil again. When I've worn it during the day, it created a slight increase in physical energy and well-being for me, beyond placebo as far as I can tell. So it stands to reason that while asleep, it would have an energizing effect but obviously a non-chemical one.

Or conversely, when I've woken up from lucid dreams, profound dreams, and also prophetic dreams that seemed like they were being beamed into me, I wake up feeling awesome and energized like I've slept incredibly well and can now jump out of bed with pep. Either some entity artificially elevated my energy levels so that I could dream its psychic projection with better recall and clarity, or else something I drank/ate before bed resulted in heightened energy and a more activated brain.

I just started re-reading Carlos Castanedas' "The Art of Dreaming" where shaman Don Juan says that lucid dreamwork is all about having enough energy. Once you do, the abilities manifest spontaneously, and if you don't have enough energy then it's darn near impossible to get any results.

lycaeus
10-29-2012, 03:47 AM
If not addicted to cigarettes why risk an addiction to nicotine through the patch, or if you were once a smoker and quit why risk becoming dependent on cigarettes again?
Your dreams will be lucid, if that is what you are looking for, but I can not guarantee they will be fun, as my experience was pretty bad.
I actually have nothing against nicotine or smoking pure organic tobacco, or vapor cigarettes (with real nicotine) in moderation. I tend to talk about the 'benefits' of nicotine, but tobacco is really unnecessary, and a lot of people might go back to smoking the conveniently available chemical smokes with the patch method. I rationalize my addiction by marginalizing the negatives of smoking, unfortunately. As a side note though, smoking wouldnt' be so bad if it weren't for the chemical additives. I can buy tea and carrots without a hundred chemicals added in, why not smokes? geez

Regarding mushrooms, yes, never eat a wild mushroom even if you are sure it is safe! Magic ones though, can be of benefit if used appropriately. My few experiences have made me a better person, more full of wonder. But, if you hold off on the indulgence. you will naturally develop higher perceptions anyways. Indulgence leads to a dark road pretty quickly. There is too much of a stigma though, a preconception that they are terrible for you. A few times in your lifetime can be very meaningful with no noticeable negative effects. You connect with the higher aprt of yourself, really. I think getting wasted drunk is far worse for you. Not sure about LSD however, there is a theory that psychedelics do damage the energetic body and limit your potential in the afterlife though: http://www.realitysandwich.com/serpents_promise_oldest_exchange_all


Pot: Is considered a hallucinogen in most medical circles. Some people need it for health reasons, some for relaxing, and like alcohol some people are addicted to it.
In moderation, no biggie. I have smoked far too much of it, and when you're in the regular cycle of use, you will find any reason to justify your indulgence. I have been on and off of it for years going from strict abstinence to heavy use daily. Secretly though, no matter how much it numbs the pain and makes you happy, I have found that it opens me up to the worst darkness in my soul. I don't support it, especially if you are interested in growing spiritually. You can feel the life force drained out of you by it, and the tyrannical world you live in seems bearable and all the while you are too content to stand up and change it, or try to make a meaningful difference.

There are better ways, that's just what first came to my mind.

Michael Hedges is pretty cool! You might like Andy McKee too if you havent' heard of him already.

lycaeus
10-29-2012, 04:43 AM
Lycaeus, I'm leery of monatomic gold (at least the kind you can buy)
I heard the withdrawal can be very detrimental, even years after using it. Something about it being supported by a negative agenda to lower people's energy bodies due to withdrawal. I'll admit, my decision to consume it was an impulsive hope to make me feel better, though it's not good to chase feelings, better to accept things and live purely. I also had a lot more synchronicities while taking it, and noticed I was more aware/psychic in some ways. Is there a better homemade hopefully cheaper, alternative you know of? Maybe, like mushrooms, it better to not indulge, and develop more naturally though.


* This supplement called ZMA, it's zinc, magnesium, and B6 bound together. The zinc and B6 amp you up, the magnesium calms you down, so you fall asleep and stay asleep but meanwhile your mind's amped up, and people have reported crazy dreams on it.
Good to know, I'll keep that in mind. I usually take a high quality powdered supplement that has all these nutrients, plus a lot more (Boku or Vega is great. get more nutrition in ya in one smoothie than most people do in months). I also take Gaba with B6 every day. The gaba is a safer alternative to antidepressants and anti-anxiety pills. Not exactly 'natural' but, we don't live in a 'natural' world. I also discovered Gaba increases testosterone by 500% which leads to increasing Human Growth Hormone. HGH helps significantly with ant-aging and chronic fatigue, especially when the matrix stresses you out...


* Melatonin supplements. This induces sleepiness via the same hormone your brain makes. It can therefore make you fall asleep earlier than you normally would, and thus you'd enter sleep with more energy, which you'd otherwise use up had you stayed awake. Likewise, people report vivid and strange dreams with it.
I can vouch for that. It works amazingly. Your brain doesn't produce sufficient quantities of melatonin if there is a light on when you sleep, even a night light affects M levels. I've been meaning to pick some up for a while now. It really helps me because I keep lights on at night and have difficulty falling to sleep. Is also far healthier than drugs like weed or alcohol and you don't wake up tired at all.


* Being uncomfortably warm. A99 mentioned this one. Yes, for some reason I've had meaningful, positive, interesting dreams when my body was feeling hot and restless. Conversely, having my upper arms exposed to cold air created nightmares.
Glad you mentioned this. I have a rich history of nightmares and tend to sleep with the window cracked. Going to turn the heat up now. To hell with the hydro bill!


I just started re-reading Carlos Castanedas' "The Art of Dreaming" where shaman Don Juan says that lucid dreamwork is all about having enough energy. Once you do, the abilities manifest spontaneously, and if you don't have enough energy then it's darn near impossible to get any results.
...I've been trying all month to print that book but without luck, due to my printer randomly not working.
Don Juan also says (somewhere) that sexual energy is either used for sex or it is used for dreaming. I keep that in mind as another good reason to avoid the temptation of, *ahem* spilling the seed.
Regarding this, conserving your sexual energy in regards to better dreaming, I sometimes go for 4-5 months. Taoists recommend ejaculation 24 times a year. I find that if I abstain, the energy in me builds up and I am more likely to be easily irritated if I don't channel it properly, but I also have A LOT more motivation to be creative with music and other things, get things done and work on my fitness. I also think more clearly and feel more pure, like my higher self, and my dreams are more beautiful for sure. But when I do 'self indulge' too much, I regret it and feel low afterwards. Just thought I'd put that out there.

Clearly, there are many healthy ways to improve your dreaming.

montalk
07-06-2013, 09:56 AM
I've confirmed for myself that B6 (pyridoxine HCL) improves dream clarity. I can easily fill out a whole page in my dream log if I take it the evening before. It hasn't changed the meaningfulness of the dreams, just the degree of continuity, vividness, and coherence. An FYI for anyone who's into dream experimentation.