john - 09/10/00 21:45:47
im 15 and im trying to lucid dream more often. I often realize that its a dream and usually when im dreaming i feel that its a dream. Does anyone know how to become fully lucid or of any drugs to take so i can help become more lucid. FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS!!!!
Lethal Comics - 08/25/00 05:51:38
hey Garth, The Vampire Syndicate screenplay finally made it to the Austin Film Festival. Will let you know if anything happens with it.
Garth Wright - 05/02/00 01:03:51
Believe it or not, there are at least two Garth Wright's in the world! Glad to meet you! Garth
Hazel Speed - 02/26/00 13:54:39
I have just E-published a novel set in the world of lucid dreaming. Can let you have full details if this is of interest to you or your website viewers. Kind regards Hazel Speed 26.2.2000
Yohon - 02/06/00 06:35:34
this is all new to me. i commonly have lucid dreams while i'm sleeping and the tv or some noise-making machine is on. i beleive that what happens is that the dream is only partially awaken when a sound happens that is too weak to fully wake you up, bat al o too strong not to bother you. I had always thought there was a problem with me because i had asked several friends if this happened to them and the said it didnt. i am so glad that this is a normal inducable thing. also i have found that lucid dreams ar a very good source of forgotten information. for instance- when the mind forgets, it doesnt entirly erase the info from memory, but more like compresses it and stores it for later. if you try asking yourself something that you have forgotten like a test nswer, your fully capable mind will recover the lost information and tell it to you. possibilites are endless in lucid dreams. the only problem i have with them is that people will start realizing that they can make the dream world better thean the real w rld and start harming themselves to reach a lucid dream state. if you have any comments or suggestions please email me at email@example.com
admein - 02/06/00 00:08:28
Hello, I bumped into your page off of the web ring, I just figured that I leave you with this link to some information which I've found helpfull http://www.erowid.org/spirit/dreaming/dreaming.shtml
Brenda - 01/29/00 02:50:06
Very cool. Talk to ya soon.
That Girl - 01/18/00 03:43:45
Just thought I'd drop a line and tell you my thoughts on sex in lucid dreaming, since you wanted a woman's perspective. Personally I'm looking forward to the moment when I stay lucid long enough (meaning the alarm stays off and I don't have to be anywher ) to get Harrison Ford in the sack! You know, back in the Indiana Jones days...anyway, it seems that when I actually do dream lucidly sex isn't usually the first on my agenda, and the few times it has been that nasty alarm clock gets to me first. If sex s the first thing you think of doing in the dream whereas flying (or whatever) is what you really want to do when you think about it in the daytime, then maybe you're cursed *wink* after all. For me it seems to be the other way around, I'd like to have s x, but instead I go flying.
k - 01/01/00 03:56:33
Nice page Garth
Josey - 12/28/99 09:38:57
I just wanted to mention that a close friend of mine and i both had dreams around the same time that we were digging up a dead body under a big old tree in the country... i just thought it was very strange, neither of us shared the dreams with each other ntil quite a while after they happened. does this strike anyone else as interesting?
Angela Degner - 12/28/99 08:30:12
YO BRO! YOUR PAGE KEEPS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER. I STILL NEED TO DO SOME STUFF. MAYBE I'LL MAKE YOU DO IT. ANYWAY TALK TO YOU LATER STUD. HUGS AND KISSES ANGELA
Teri - 12/11/99 08:10:34
Kewlness. A webpage by someone I KNOW!!! Keep us up-to-date with how your publishing is going, Garth. I want to get your autograph on your work that I buy. Wish I'd gotten Jason James Richter's autograph when he made "Free Willy"... you don't think about these things when you have the chance! Good Luck in your work Garth! Miss you, and Idaho, too!
Joe Espinoza - 11/27/99 02:17:04
I have had many years of "Lucid Dreams" and would like to add my thoughts and reflections on what has happened during my my own lucid dreams. I don't have time to build and keep up a site, but I do have answers for those who are affraid of not being able to "wake-up" once inside a lucid dream. I will not elabaorate here, but ANYONE who is has serious questions may e-mail me, and perhaps call me. I am 39 years old; had my first lucid dream at about 21 years old, and am still amazed every time I have one! Joe.
courtney - 11/20/99 22:20:30
i've always had a very vivid imagination and dreams. recently diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, i am prescribed the drug paxil. for the past two months my mind power is highly magnified. i love to sleep because lucid dreams are so mystical and owerful. i have created cities that i visit over and over. i create new people, can fly through the night sky if i believe in my mental power, can turn my nightmares into a calm ending. it is amazing and now i am really interested in astral projection. pl ase e-mail me back. this is so new and exciting for me. loved your site, god bless and take care. pleasant dreams to you.
kelly - 11/19/99 03:46:47
I have experienced almost going into a lucid dream state several times but i decline because i am afraid i will not be able to "get out" of it and never wake up! what do you think of that? why would i have that fear?
Earl Gray - 11/18/99 05:12:28
I never realized that lucid dreaming is such a big deal. I have been able to do it for as long as I can remember. Your website sparked a new interest in it for me. Last night, or wrather this morning, I had the most incredible dreams of my life. I adm t, much of my dreams involved sex, but in between the sexual stuff I really started to experiment. I realized that it is really easy for my mind to just create new people that I haven't seen before.
DC - 11/12/99 08:02:43
I was just talking about this to a friend tonight so I looked it up online. Crazy man, crazy. It sounds real interesting. My friend has the flying thing down and yes, he to has a problem controlling his labido while dreaming, lol. Anyway, I liked your ite. Thanks for the info.
erin clowes - 11/07/99 05:05:07
when I fly in my dreams it tips me off that I'm dreaming and I can attempt controlling it. Last night I blasted a racoon-man monster with a lightning bolt from my hand - once I realized it was a dream. I don't beleive in new-age crap, but I don't know a yone who has these sort of dreams - is there scientific studies on this? I liked the spinning tip - I'll try it next time. If I could find a way to share this with everyone I know - well, it's the matrix. it's awesome.
Jody - 08/27/99 15:33:47
Liked your site..The pictures were very funny!
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Amin - 08/20/99 20:44:29
i was succesful with the matchbook trick every time, im only 15, and i hope to learn more magic tricks, EMAIL TRICKS IF YOU KNOW ANY, thanks and bye.
fik - 07/22/99 08:48:03
i dont remember your handle on the program you sent me???