Let's talk easy lucid dreaming, How to Lucid Dream & How to do Dream Yoga:
So you're wondering how to Lucid Dream, or perhaps you're wondering: What is Lucid Dreaming? Well in this video I'll explain what Lucid Dreaming is, give you some of my top Lucid Dreaming Tips, show you how to Lucid Dream yourself, and get you started on your Lucid Dreaming journey with how to become lucid. You'll learn easy Lucid Dreaming rather than being given one of the harder techniques right off the bat, since after all this is a guide on How to Lucid Dream for Beginners - and is designed to help you have your first Lucid Dream ever.
What is Lucid Dreaming?
Lucid Dreaming is the art of being aware that you are dreaming from within a dream. Once you learn how to Lucid Dream, this will also come with the ability for you to control the dream. So, Lucid Dreaming means unlocking control over what happens during your sleep. Being able to end nightmares early or turn them into positive dreams. The ability to turn into your favourite character or superhero. Flying around endless, using super-powers. Facing your fears. Practising skills. These are all just a small select sample of things you can do when Lucid Dreaming or practising Dream Yoga. As you can see there are many reasons why it's worth learning how to Lucid Dream.
How to Lucid Dream:
So, how to Lucid Dream? Let's discuss how to have your first Lucid Dream. In order to Lucid Dream, you need to get yourself into the REM cycle of sleep, preferably the longest one which starts around 6 hours into your sleep. Once there, you can perform a Lucid Dream Induction Technique to increase your chances of having your first lucid dream. Easy Lucid Dreaming is only one step away now!
How to Lucid Dream in 5 Minutes:
But wait, it's a 9 minute video!? How can this be How to Lucid Dream in 5 Minutes? Is this clickbait? No. Once you're ready and set and awake during an REM cycle, the method for how to Lucid Dream itself will actually only take 2-3 minutes, so you'll be Lucid Dreaming in no time. We'll just call it 5 just in case it takes you a little longer to fall back asleep.
How to Lucid Dream for Beginners:
So, is there some difference if you're trying to learn how to Lucid Dream for Beginners? Well yes, beginners often overcomplicate Lucid Dreaming by trying harder methods like WILD or by using things like Binaural Beats that simply don't work for a lot of people. By using the technique outlined in this video (which is a variation of the MILD technique), which is really for easy Lucid Dreaming, you'll learn how to Lucid Dream a lot quicker. This method is what I used at the start of my own Lucid Dreaming experiences, and by the second night of using it I was able to induce a Lucid Dream of my own accord for the first time.
So now you know you have your answers to the questions: What is Lucid Dreaming, as well as How to Lucid Dream, along with what you can do in a Lucid Dream and why you should start with this method for your Lucid Dreaming journey.
Now that you know how to have a Lucid Dream, you've started your Lucid Dreaming journey for real. If you want to continue that journey and see how far you can go with it, I have a 14 part audio course where I detail everything from the basics of Lucid Dreaming to more advanced techniques like creating your own dream locations. If you'd like to check it out, you can find it on Gumroad, here: https://gumroad.com/products/iLPxp/
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Some interesting things to try during lucid dreams (sorry this is long, but i fkn love this subject):
-talk to one of the ppl in your dream and see what they say. Casually say 'what if i told you that you are in a dream'? See their reaction. Ive said this in an entire room full of people and they outright denied it, calling bs. They were so adamant I was false and the entire room had a discussion on it. How they were real...and not some dream.
-Do this one with caution. Go to a reflective surface, e.g a mirror and see what it shows. Be careful because it may be scary. Its said to show what YOU unconsciously think of yourself. Wouldnt recommend if you are not of stable mind.
-try to dissolve the dream entirely until you are in nothing but a black nothingness. Its just you and your thoughts in this void. Its strange. You may also feel/hear a rapid vibration.
Lastly try to see the detail in the dream world. See people's faces and inspect. Have you seen them before? Is your dream in colour? Can you hear,smell,touch? Whats the physics like? More often than not, my dream ends abruptly as though the brain is not comfortable with 'me' inspecting its world.
If anyone has some other experiments, please share!
I realize this will get buried in the comment section, but hopefully you’ll be the lucky reader.
I ended up lucid dreaming finding the love of my life, let me tell you the story:
I was somehow summoned in the bar i went to in portugal while on vacation, so i was talking to this girl, mind you that i cant see her face because its just black beyond her shoulders (black as in space, not skin color). Next morning i woke up in a tree with me resting my head on her lap. talking, laughing, and flirting, i fell in love. She was wearing a gorgeous red dress, she was amazing. I was playing with her mixed blonde/brown hair. And i could have sworn i felt each soft strand of hair. I closed my eyes and to believe we kissed. Then i woke up, realizing it was all a hoax, a meer dream, i lost the love of my life. a girl that possibly didnt experience, i witness love first hand with it being simulated by my brain. the
This dream happened three years ago, i was trying to search for this girl.
Fast forward one year. A Company wide hosted christmas party on November 28, 2017. I saw the other volunteer-ees, and noticed this one girl, in a red dress almost exactly the one i dreamt of. Her name is just a blurr at this point.
We’d glance and smile at eachother every few minutes (we were handing out house-warming gifts to the children of employees). I felt like every time she’d look at me, she shunned me, i couldnt breathe, or even talk. I wouldnt see or hear anything besides her.
The time came where it was time to go home, she was standing with her family, i then thought to ask her if she wanted to have lunch with me some time soon. But i decided upon sparing the embarrassment of rejection, so i went home.
Wanna know my biggest regret in life? Not talking to that girl, not talking to possibly the love of my life. I hate myself every day for not asking one question that can relieve my curiosity.
There hasnt been a day gone that i havent thought about that girl.
I feel like I've had the same exact experience as you and it's deep it's feels so real and at any moment you could do something to screw it up and lose the thing that was meant for you and it hits hard and it's crazy
Lately I've been having Co-op lucid dreams. Not sure who is the the other person is. It's like they are writing the narrstive with me, walking me thru it and leading me in what I focus on. I evN wake up to use bathroom go back to sleep and I always pick up right where we left off. Anyone know what this is about??????
The only times i'm aware that i'm dreaming are when i fall off of a cliff or my village house...
Why can't i dream that i'm fighting Voldemort while the theme plays in the background instead?..
Or that i finally meet my e-friend -.-
Guess i'll fall off a cliff again, see you guys!
But are people able to sleep with those whilst on those drugs?
If so, that dream world would be a scary and beautiful thing to behold.
We also release the same neurochemicals, albeit in smaller amounts, as DMT when dreaming.
Anyone had a dream in which you do something really bad...like kill 100 people and then in the dream go to sleap in your bed and than you wake up like in reality and be there like...hmmm what the fuck, is this real or a dream
Is there a symptom where u fall from a high place from a dream and ofcourse the part where u fall into gets bruised and when u wake up u have bruises on the part where u fall on ur dream? This happens to me
i was aware i was dreaming.. i tried to turn something into something, it became a very scary version. i woke up and slept, same things happened. Then there was a point where i get sucked in or smt, well in the first. but in the 2nd i alr knew everything was the same so i was like here we go again
Just had my first lucid dream! Felt as if I was just in a dream world. Then when I became lucid it felt as if I woke up but I was still in the dream but wayyy more realistic.. It's kinda weird and I'm hella excited now I'm awake.
ive heard only terrible things from lucid dreaming like not being able to wake up, seeing creatures, things in the corners of their eyes, ghosts, waking up with sleep paralysis. and i do not want to experience this
It just happened to me and i woke up right now it's 6:30 Am in the morning. It was beautiful!
*Remember these guys* When you know that you're dreaming >>> Just say in your head ''i'm dreaming, im dreaming, i'm dreaming'' three times and it will teleport you somewhere in your house.
*After that happened to me, i said ''i wanna go to Dubai'' and it teleported me there and oh my it was beautiful. *
So I was lucid dreaming and was saying to myself I am aware and lucid dreaming but I litterly was waiting in my sleep to lucid dream so I was trying to sleep in my lucid dream... lucid dreaming is fake it's your dream that makes you think your controlling it but its just another of your dreams that are planned out and makes your think your controlling it. Like if u say to yourself I'm gonna fly when I lucid dream u ain't your prob gonna do some other shit that your dream thinks you would be wanting to dream about
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