Tag: lucid dreaming

8 Lucid Dreaming Pointers

My son, Kyle, who is currently 13 years old, has begun experimenting with lucid dreaming. As I help him learn how to lucid dream better and teach him what he can do with it, I thought it would be a good idea to share some of the pointers I’ve been giving him. First, it always surprises me when people write to tell me that lucid dreaming isn’t real, that it can’t possibly exist, and that science says it’s impossible so it must be. Lucid dreaming is when you are aware that are you dreaming while you are dreaming. It is

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Lucid Dreaming Combat

In a previous blog article, Practicing Your Lucid Dreaming Skills, I wrote about having a lucid dream where I was attending a lucid dreaming class and the instructor was teaching people how to fly in their dreams. At the end of that dream, one of the dream characters somewhat jokingly suggested that I should teach the class a future course on lucid dreaming. I didn’t think much of it when I woke up, but recently, that is exactly what happened. In the dream, I was sitting in a room with a bunch of students in front of me. I became

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Priming Yourself for an Amazing Night of Dreaming

When you lay down to go to sleep at night, what are your dominant thoughts? Are you thinking about your day? Your problems? Your worries? Are you making plans? Going over conversations you had during the day to see what else you could have said? Are you planning out what you’re going to say to your boss the next day at work? Whatever you think about before you go to bed has the highest likelihood of becoming your dream content. Our subconscious mind likes to weave our problems into dreams as a way of helping us work them out. Now

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5 Ways to Increase Your Chances of Having a Lucid Dream
Sleep and Dreams
Erin Pavlina

5 Ways to Increase Your Chances of Having a Lucid Dream

If you’re not familiar with the term “lucid dreaming,” it simply means that you become aware that you’re dreaming while you are still dreaming. You remain asleep, the dream continues as long as you can hold it, and you are completely aware the whole time. In my humble opinion, lucid dreaming is one of the most gratifying skills you can ever master, because if you can master lucid dreaming you can literally create your own reality for a short time. You can do anything that you can possibly imagine, experience anything you can possibly think of. The possibilities are limitless.

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