Get the journal here: https://howtolucid.com/habitnest
Habit Nest have created an awesome morning journal called the Morning Sidekick Journal which helps you establish a morning routine.
I think this is really awesome, and it's REALLY important for building success in your life!
Get the journal here: https://howtolucid.com/habitnest
My Lucid Dreaming BOOTCAMP Course: https://howtolucid.com/30-day-lucid-bootcamp
The NOOTROPIC I use to boost my brain power (it's like the pill from 'Limitless') - https://howtolucid.com/go/mindlabpro
Get over 70% OFF my Lucid Dreaming VIDEO course with this coupon code: 'HOWTOLUCID' here: https://www.udemy.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-lucid-dreaming
Discount On Mind Machines For Meditation: https://howtolucid.com/best-mind-machines/ (And enter code HTL10)
SECOND CHANNEL (Daily Vlogs, pls subscribe!): https://www.youtube.com/user/transcendyourlimits
Blisscoded Sound (listen for free) https://howtolucid.com/blisscoded)
Improve Your Memory: https://howtolucid.com/memory
Claridream PRO: https://howtolucid.com/go/claridream
Lucid DreamLeaf: https://howtolucid.com/go/dreamleaf
Lucid Dreaming Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/howtolucid
What is Lucid Dreaming and who am I?
Lucid dreaming (sometimes called astral projection although they're not quite the same) is the ability to become SELF AWARE in your dreams, meaning you can control them. Being able to elevate your consciousness like this is something anyone can learn!
There are also many benefits to lucid dreaming, such as improved sleep, more energy, more confidence, and more restorative sleep. Not to mention the fact you can become more CONSCIOUS and experience the impossible! Why not?! You're gonna be asleep for a third of your life anyway, let's use that time!
I'm Stef and I run howtolucid.com and this YouTube channel (and a couple of others), dedicated to helping you learn to control your dreams. I've been lucid dreaming for over 7 years now and I have a passion for dreams and travel. Follow my journey!
Music at the end of the video: Sappheiros - Fragments
hey I know this isn’t relevant to this video but I have a question on the wild technique. Is it ok to perform the wild right as you get in bed instead of waking up 6 hours after you’ve fallen asleep? Because every time i try the wild early in the morning it’s tough for me to concentrate on staying awake since I’m so tired. Btw love your vids man keep up the good work! ;D
Got a question, I’ve been trying to lucid dream for about 4 months and I finally had a lucid dream about 2 weeks ago.
It was very semi-lucid. I knew I was dreaming but I could barely control and I felt like I was gonna wake up. I tried flying not really having much control & woke up.
I had another 3 days ago and it still felt like I was about to wake up. It was also very semi-lucid. Every time I become lucid it’s because I see one thing. If I see anything related to a game that I play I become lucid. (Since I don’t have much control it’s hard to rub my hands or start spinning in a circle.)
Is there a reason why I am always semi-lucid?
I have been dream journaling for years and it really does help to incubate dreams, about to start your 30 day bootcamp to try and master lucidity as up to now the lucid dreams have been spontaneous and not 'on demand', thank you for all you do x
I’ve lucid dreamt a couple times before, three at the very most. Only problem is this: my awareness of the fact that I’m in a dream fades quickly. For example: *realizes I’m in a dream*
“Ok, I know I’m dreaming. This is a dream.”
*couple minutes later, forgets I’m in a dream*
My question to you is this: how do I maintain my lucidity? Is this common?
What if I lucid dream and I tell my subconscious “If I think of something in my mind telling you to do something; don’t do it no matter how much I’m begging you unless I say it with my own mouth” will it be an effective way of making sure I don’t see something scary in my lucid dream?
Does anybody have any tips for going back to sleep after I wake up for about half an hour for the WBTB method (Wake Back to Bed) ? Any suggestions will be EXTREMELY helpful as I am starting to learn how to use this method and on the first night I tried it, this method did not work partly because it was difficult for me to get back to sleep. I could try anything (white noise, bianural beats, essential oils and lavender pillow spray, and even mediation) and still not be able to go to sleep. I did not struggle with this before and could easily go to sleep. I think I might be too worried about not being able to go to sleep that the stress prevents me from going to sleep. Any tips would be greatly appreciated :)
So today I had my first lucid dream, somehow I became lucid for no reason I just started dreaming and I yelled I'm dreaming to be sure of it I poked my hand with my finger, it was all good and great but I realised sometimes I was struggling blinking, like once I would see normal world ( my room) second time I would see lucid world
I had a dream where I was having a long ass dream with action and emotionally at the end then woke up(false awakening) and I saw this anime real looking guy floating beside my bed and I started telling him about my dream I just had then I went into another dream. It was all weird, cool and fun to think about when I woke up. And the thing is I remember without even righting it down :)
Hello there guys. I'm new at lucid dreaming but I heard that you can tell your dream to do certain things to you, so, I did. For some odd reason, I told my dream to scare me. I remember i heard some really creepy sounds and saw scary monsters, so I woke myself up immidiately. It was a really scary experience and I will never do it again. I just wanted to ask, is this dangerous and does it affect my mental health?
No. When I was in a lucid dream with something really scary I call for help and a Greek god came into my dream and we both killed them demon creature In my dream and after that I wasn't scared of any other imaginary demons. I watch anime so its fun
So, the weird thing happened to me the last night. I can't remember the dream at all (I tried everything) and the only thing I remember is the moment in which I'm doing reality check, which I did several times in a row, because my finger went through the palm in a strange way, it looked like I pushed my finger between fingers of the other hand. And that's it, I just realized that I was in a dream, but I don't know what was going on in that dream. I'm trying to have lucid dreams for almost a year, and during that period of time, I had one lucid dream last April, when I also realized that I was in a dream and immediately forgot that I'm dreaming. Something similar like the previous night happened to me in October (the finger went in a strange way through the palm), but then I convinced myself that it was not a dream. All that time I write a dream journal, I'm doing reality checks, and more recently I started meditating and during the night I'm listening to binaural beats tracks. And I tried several different techniques. Am I doing something wrong?
I keep having them. They’re terrifying. I scream in my nightmare, fake wake up, and felt real awake bc it felt like I had peed, then notice it still not real waking up even tho it does feel like I really peed, and now I’m awake and I’m dry. But terrified to go back to sleep... re occurring lucid nightmares 😔
Could you please make a video how to make dreams more realistic? mine collapse very easily, and often, especially at the end of a dream, it becomes darker, and I gradually lose my sight. do you have any tips for how to overcome it/prevent it? I have lucid dreams 1-3 times a week, have been for 8-9 years now, but it still bothers me.
@Ale_e oh okay there are plenty of videos up on youtube about how to create scenery in dreams but i forgot to mention but maybe try saying stuff like "clarity" or "dont let the dream end" or "increase lucidity" especially "dont let the dream end" if you haven't tried i would definitely recommend you do
@Lucxy Thank you for the reply. I tried it a few times, but by the time I told the dream to brighten/sharpen the scenery I was mostly awake. Tried going directly into the next dream after, but I could never recreate the same scene in the next dream. But I'll keep experimenting!
Hi, for this past few days I have been having this weird dreams of me doing fighting or something and it feels really realistic, I am able to tell that I am in the dream but it is really hard too as I can feel my body not being able to move. I usually immediately wake up when I either get hurt or killed in this dreams. Am I getting a lucid dream?
@Ann Banaan thanks for replying I do watch lots of YouTube videos and I can get vibration state too but it's only happened in my arms and legs it doesn't effect my entire body I think my vibration is not that high that's why I keep awake but can't do astro travel can you tell me something that improve my vibration state so I can separate from my body ( I am doing lots of meditation and I also have lucid dreams but only when I realised I am in dream I can't have it with whenever I want because something going wrong in my sleep paralysis because vibration is not strong enough please give me some advice)
Liver biopsy interpretation scheuer.
Cyberfriends: The help youre looking for is probably here.
This website collects no information. If you e-mail me, neither your e-mail address nor any other information will ever be passed on to any third party, unless required by law.
I have no sponsors and do not host paid advertisements. All external links are provided freely to sites that I believe my visitors will find helpful.
Welcome to Eds Pathology Notes, placed here originally for the convenience of medical students at my school. You need to check the accuracy of any information, from any source, against other credible sources. I cannot diagnose or treat over the web, I cannot comment on the health care you have already received, and these notes cannot substitute for your own doctors care. I am good at helping people find resources and answers. If you need me, send me an E-mail at [email protected] Your confidentiality is completely respected. No texting or chat messages, please. Ordinary e-mails are welcome.
I am active in HealthTap, which provides free medical guidance from your cell phone. There is also a fee site at www.afraidtoask.com.
Im still doing my best to answer everybody. Sometimes I get backlogged, sometimes my E-mail crashes, and sometimes my literature search software crashes. If youve not heard from me in a week, post me again. I send my most challenging questions to the medical student pathology interest group, minus the name, but with your E-mail where you can receive a reply.