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Lucid Dreaming Is Awesome

Lucid dreams are different from normal dreaming. The technique involved with lucid dreaming is to be conscious that you are in a dream state rather than just letting your dreams happen as and when they feel like it. There are a number of lucid dreaming techniques that you can use to help this to happen:

Dreams An Alternate Reality We Cannot Ignored

Sleep and dreams are integral parts of our life; both are essential for our wellbeing. If sleep provides rest to body as well as mind, dreams provide emotional release. Suppressing sleep or dreams is like suppressing hunger and thirst both essential indicators of body’s basic needs. Good or bad, dreams play an important role in life.

The Joys Of Lucid Dreaming

Have you ever had a dream where you suddenly realized that you were dreaming? Maybe a monster was chasing you and you knew that this could not be real. It had to be a dream. Or maybe in your dream you saw that your room door was in the wrong direction, or maybe your walls had grass growing on them…these oddities often make us realize that we are dreaming. Do you remember any such dreams? I am sure you do!

Lucid Precognitive Dreams

A lucid dream is a waking dream where the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. In this dreaming state the dreamer has the ability to control the dream experience. A precognitive dream is a dream of things that are yet to happen. This being said one would believe that in a lucid precognitive dream the dreamer could control how future event would unfold in their waking life.

New Links Between Lucid Dreaming And Psychosis Could Revive Dream Therapy In Psychiatry

Lucid dreaming – when you are aware you are dreaming – is a hybrid state between sleeping and being awake. It creates distinct patterns of electrical activity in the brain that have similarities to the patterns made by psychotic conditions such as schizophrenia. Confirming links between lucid dreaming and psychotic conditions offers potential for new therapeutic routes based on how healthy dreaming differs from the unstable states associated with neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 7) Induction Devices

You dream most vividly in the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) stage. A device can identify these eye movements and give you feedback letting you know that you are dreaming. This feedback typically utilizes flashing lights and or sound.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 6) Supplement LDS

LaBerge filed for a patent application in December 2004 that outlined the basic technique of boosting Acetylcholine levels to promote lucid dreaming.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 5) Technique

A technique developed by psychologist Stephen Wack of remembering to think about lucid dreaming before you fall sleep is to have a key component that will permit your memory to flashback to the thought of lucid dreaming This could be as simple as a sign taped to your wall that says ‘lucid’ or any other kind of reminder. This will allow the sleeper to participate in the daydreaming of lucid dreaming while entering into REM, steadily increasing the likeliness of achieving lucid dreaming

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 4) Reality Testing

You need a test to determine if it is really a dream, this is where reality testing comes to play. Reality testing is basically asking yourself, “am I dreaming”.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 3) Obstacles

One of the biggest problem people have that are wishing to experience lucid dreams is premature awakening. This premature awakening can be frustrating after spending considerable time into achieving lucidity in the first place.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 2) Dream Recall

Dream recall is merely the capability of remembering your dreams.

Learn To Lucid Dream (Part 1) Introduction

How long it takes for you to learn Lucid Dreaming depends on how good your dream recall is, how motivated you are, what techniques you are using, and how many hours you sleep each night.

How Do I Know When I Am Lucid Dreaming

Many of you new to dream interpretation have asked how do I know when I am lucid dreaming? A Lucid Dream is having a dream where the dreamer is totally conscious of what is going on. Basically this means being awake while you are dreaming. In these types of dreams, anything is possible and unlike the other types of dreams, lucid dreams do not fall in so much to tragic experiences because the dreamer can create their own dreams just from imagining their ideal scene

Lucid Dreams

Recently there has been considerable interest in lucid dreaming. A lucid dream is a dream in which the sleeper is aware that they are dreaming. When the dreamer is lucid, they can actively participate in and often manipulate the imaginary experiences in the dream environment. Lucid dreams can seem extremely real and vivid depending on a person’s level of self-awareness during the lucid dream. Lucid dreams are strongly associated with REM sleep. REM sleep is more abundant just before the final awakening. This means they most commonly occur right before waking up. A lucid dream can begin in one of three following ways.