What is a foul?
What is the minimum duration of lucid dreaming?
What do lucid dreaming maintenance (“maintaining”) techniques counteract besides fouls and falling asleep?
Why might a practitioner think that lucid dreaming has ended when it actually is still in progress?
Should “maintaining” techniques always be used?
What primary techniques work against the occurrence of fouls?
How can a practitioner hook onto lucid dreaming?
While in lucid dreaming, what do thoughts about the body lead to?
What question should be asked in lucid dreaming in order to reduce the probability of falling asleep?
What happens to an object during hyper-concentration?
How else, apart from hyper-concentration, might a practitioner effectively recognize a false foul?
While in lucid dreaming, is it permitted to look into the distance for a long time?
What is ID and how does the degree of it affect the duration of a lucid dream experience?
What should a practitioner always do after an inadvertent return into the body?
During the next few lucid dreams, dedicate yourself to the single goal of maintaining as long as possible, using as many maintaining techniques as you can.
Figure out which techniques have proven the most effective and comfortable for you, so that you may use these later.
Increase the duration of your average lucid dreaming to at least 2 minutes (evaluated objectively).