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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!

Earth Wind Fire Water Very Powerful Dream Symbols

As in nature and metaphysics earth wind fire and water are very powerful elements in nature any one of these can ether destroy or nourish you. These symbols can be found in just about any culture and always have significant meanings in their beliefs. The ancient Greeks called Earth, Air, and Fire and Water the four elements. They thought that these elements had characteristics that could symbolize abstract concepts. Earth symbolizes stability and practicality. Air symbolizes the communication of ideas. Fire symbolizes passion. Water symbolizes emotion.

Message encoded in our DNA Provides Proof to Common Origin

Genetic research has shown that our DNA is 99.9 percent identical to that of every other individual on the planet that leaves only .1 percent which makes us unique. This information provides the most compelling proof to the biblical or evolutionary argument that we share a common origin.

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.

Nightmares – Your Richest Resource for Personal Growth

It wasn’t long before I noticed several large bugs crawling around. I tried to get rid of them, but the harder I tried, the more of them came out. Soon they were everywhere – spiders, huge bedbugs and ticks, centipedes, worms and quite a few things I’ve never even seen before. They were crawling all over everything, including me. I grew more and more distressed as I kept wondering how I was going to clean out these critters. At one point I thought of calling an exterminator. I looked into my wallet and saw that I didn’t have enough money for that. Oh man, what was I going to do?

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.

Past Life Dreams or karmic dreaming

When you find yourself dreaming about historical people, places, and things that is the surest sign you are in the process of tapping into your past lives. You may see yourself as other than we are during our waking hours. Meaning that in dreams we see someone who we know to be ourselves, but maybe a different gender or race.

Dream Recall

Dream recall is simply the capability of remembering your dreams. Good dream recall is frequently described as the first step towards lucid dreaming. Improved recall increases awareness of dreams in general; with limited dream recall, any lucid dreams you have can be forgotten completely.To improve dream recall, most people keep a dream journal, writing down any dreams remembered as soon as the dreamer awakens. The purchases of a digital audio recorder can also be very helpful. This will allow the dreamer to record their dreams as quickly as possible as there is a strong tendency to forget what one has dreamed. For best recall, the waking dreamer should keep eyes closed while trying to remember their dream. Describing your dream as if you are still in it can help the writer to recall the events of their dream more accurately Dream recall can also be improved by remaining still after waking up. This may have something to do with REM atonia (the condition of REM sleep in which the motor neurons are not stimulated and thus the body’s muscles do not move). Likewise, the dreamer may be able to recall certain events of their dream by testing different sleeping positions. Another easy technique to help improve dream recall is to repeat to yourself (in thoughts or out loud) “I will remember my dreams,” before falling asleep.

The House in Your Dreams

To see a house in your dream represents your own soul and self. Particular rooms in the house point to a specific aspect of your psyche. Dreams about different rooms often relate to hidden a region of the conscious mind and different aspects of your personality.

Hunted House Dream Examples

The house is almost the same in every single dream. I am in a huge and beautiful old mansion.

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.

Stop Having Recurring Nightmares

If your nightmares won’t stop after the translation of a few dreams, this means that you have a serious psychological problem and you need psychotherapy, translating the meaning of a series of dreams. In this case you will stop having nightmares after one or two months of psychotherapy.

Nightmare or Night Terror Do You Know the Difference

A night terror differs from a nightmare and can affect any age group (infants, toddlers, young children, teens and adults) although it is more common in children under 5 years of age.

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.