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2.23. How can I stop real time in my Lucid Dreams?




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This article is from the Lucid Dreaming FAQ, by "Lars Rune Foleide" larsrune@sf.telia.no .

2.23. How can I stop real time in my Lucid Dreams?

Stopping real time in your Lucid Dreams means making the Lucid Dream
last far more than the time passed by in the physical world. Like
having a dream that last a few minutes in real time, while you might
experience it as a few days in the dream. By doing this can you enjoy
the dream scape a lot more, since you can spend days in the dream
while it really just last a few minutes. Robert Monroe even reported
experiencing 100 years in a 2 hours OOBE. But to experience this might
be difficult, little research have been done on this area. And those
that experience it don't consciously try to have them. Still, there
are a few techniques you might try. First of all, set your intention
to stop real time. Have that intention in mind while having your Lucid
Dream. Picture yourself being in the dream for days, maybe even weeks
before you wake up. You might try to saying out loud: "Stop time now!"
You can try looking at your clock in the dream, and imagine that the
clock slow down and stop. You might try to expect the dream to last
for days. You might try visualize two pyramids, connected at their
bases counterrotating. And maybe visualize multiple pyramids rotating
inside each other all rotating. This is something worth going for, as
it may give you incredible long Lucid Dreams.



 

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