thank you for participating in the previous TASK and for posting your SONGS, I do appreciate it!!! I am glad to know we have so many talented singers here, maybe one day we can repeat it :-p
Today I am coming with different topic and I got inspired some days ago by my own experience... So what's the task for upcoming 2 weeks?
Well, I would to ask you to talk about..... the DREAMS. We all have them and some might little bit differ. You don't need to answer my questions, I just post them here for those who don't know what to talk about and have no inspiration. So guys - have you ever had a dream that came true? Have you ever experienced moonwalking or talking from the dream? Do you remember your dreams or you have no idea about them? What about nightmares, do you have any? Do your nightmares repeat? Have you ever had any lucid dream?
Please let me remind you of something: when we sleep we DREAM ABOUT - I often see here people making mistakes as for the preposition.
Here is the text for those of you who don't feel brave enough to speak or whose English is not at such level or just for those of you who want to practice pronounciation and like reading :-)
7 Steps to Start Lucid Dreaming
Lucid Dreaming is consciously being aware within your dream. When you are dreaming and you become conscious that you are dreaming you can start to control your dreams and the direction they go in. Lucid dreaming can help with recurring nightmares, solving creative problems, speaking with loved ones who have passed on, anxiety, and problem solving. It can be an exhilarating experience and the feeling of euphoria after your first few lucid dreams can last for days.
1. Remember your ordinary dreams
A lot of people say ‘I don’t dream’, everybody dreams, whilst you may not remember them you still dream. To start remembering your dreams try this simple technique. Each night before drifting off to sleep repeat the phrase ‘I will remember my dreams as soon as I wake up’. Say this phrase over and over until you fall asleep, after a few days you will start to remember your ordinary dreams.
2. Keep a dream journal
This can be tedious but it’s well worth the effort. Even writing a few short sentences about your dream is enough. This will get you into the habit of remembering your ordinary dreams and to start looking for dream signs within your dreams. It can also be a tool to analyze your thought processes.
3. Pick out dream signs
A lot of your ordinary dreams will have objects or people in them that could act as a cue to you waking up in your dreams. For example if you regularly talk to ‘Elvis’ in your ordinary dreams this is an obvious dream sign and can be used to ask yourself if you are dreaming because you know Elvis is dead.
Try to focus on the pronounciation of these words: LUCID, CONSCIOUS(LY), EXHILARATING, EUPHORIA
I personally find this article very interesting, it literally caught immediately my attention among others so if you are interested in further four point, check it here:
THANK YOU FOR POSTING RECORDS, for making this group active and please, don't be selfish and don't forget about the feedback, leave comments for others, to encourage them, help them, that's why we are here. I am looking forward to listening to your records!!!