being able to influence my dreams or at least be aware of them from an observer pov at the same time as the participant was a huge difference in the fun-ness of dreams.

Depends on the dream. My favorite is stepping on a sidewalk block in my childhood town and all the surrounding sidewalk blocks fall into nothingness while I rise above and fly around town.
The kids that made fun of me would see me and be impressed, changing their opinions of me.

[probably a middle school dream there].

I practiced lucid dreaming as a teenage from some book – I think Sun Signs or something like that – and learned it – not hard to learn and being able to influence my dreams or at least be aware of them from an observer pov at the same time as the participant was a huge difference in the fun-ness of dreams.

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Nothing official. But I always have a pen and 3×5″ notepad with me at all times, since I was a teenager. I’m 43 now and I have a few hundred of those little notebooks.

Some phases I’d use index cards. Lots of times i’d use the computer, Palm Pilot, smartphone, whatever I had on hand.

So, I didn’t treat dreams any differently than shopping lists: if I was interested and I wanted to keep it, I’d write it down before I forgot it.

very useful habit to acquire.

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