Lucid Dreaming Guide – Start

Lucid Dreaming Guide – The Beginning

Intention of this lucid dreaming guide is to present you detailed information about lucid dreams and I recommend reading it to all lucid dreaming rookies but also to more advanced dreamers that have problems in lucid dreaming induction or staying lucid in sleep. I believe that information contained on this web site can provide benefits
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In Our Dreams We Only See Faces That We already Know.

Our mind cannot invent faces at random. In our dreams we visualize the faces of real people that we may have seen—even for a moment—at some point in our lives. Because most people see hundreds of thousands of faces, including those on television, magazines, and on the internet, our minds host a vast storage of information with which to create dream characters. However, our brains may also choose to recombine these faces to create fascinating patchwork personalities. A composite dream character might possess your mother’s eyes, the lips of a stranger you met briefly at a bar, and Bart Simpson’s bright yellow skin.

Animals Dream Too

Studies have shown that many animals dream, experiencing the same slow-wave to REM cycles as humans. Neuron magazine recently published a study strongly suggesting that laboratory rats actually re-run through mazes in their sleep. Of course, you can observe this by watching a sleeping dog frantically whine and kick their feet as though they were chasing magical dream Frisbees.

I discovered this program a few years ago by accident while searching for something to help become lucid in my dreams. Most of the time I can become lucid by intention, but if my daily life (work, relationships, etc.) is stressful I have problems relaxing and I fail. So, I was searching for something to help me attain a state of complete relaxation after which I could meditate, contemplate, or sleep.

Rebecca Turner's FastTrack program is what helped me. It has well written short book, a meditation guide and mp3 for relaxation and guided dreaming. It was what I wanted and it helped me a lot. Maybe it can help you too Read more...

Lucid Dreaming Books

Advanced Lucid Dreaming - The Power of Supplements Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements

Thomas Yuschak’s book, Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements, assumes you are already knowledgeable about lucid dreaming and have previously attempted to attain lucidity by yourself. It assumes that you practice lucid dreaming techniques, but you still wake up every morning and realize that nothing is working. Amazon.com Widgets The reason for your problems
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The Lucid Dreamer - A Waking Guide for the Traveler Between Worlds The Lucid Dreamer: A Waking Guide for the Traveler Between Worlds

Malcolm Godwin (aka Carder and Sw. Anand Yatri) was born in 1936. He came late to writing as originally he was a kinetic and constructionist artist exhibiting at galleries as well as creating a large kinetic artwork powered by a fuel cell at the British Pavilion at Expo67, Montreal. He lived in India for seven
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Exploring the world of lucid Dreaming Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming

If you’ve ever wanted to know anything about lucid dreaming, this book is a must have. It contains a wide variety of lucid dreaming techniques, but even more importantly it teaches about intentions and the right way to use motivation. Amazon.com Widgets Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming is both a theoretical masterpiece and an
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Sleep Research

Why is Uberman’s sleep schedule dangerous?

If you followed last two chapters of my lucid dreaming guide, stages of sleep and Stanford alertness scale, you learned how important sleep patterns are and how crucial for your health is to listen your own biological clock. But in the scope of lucid dreaming induction I often speak about taking naps during the day
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Improve your sleep : Stanford alertness scale

Following my last article about stages of sleep, the next logical step is to study the Stanford Alertness Scale. After you’ve become aware of cycles that rule your sleep, you probably would like to incorporate them into your everyday life in such a way that they serve your productivity and well-being. Easier said than done,
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Stages of sleep

So many people are unaware how important sleep really is in our lives. We sleep one third of our lives but we know so little about what healthy sleep habits are, people are waking up more tired than they were before going to sleep, sleep deprivation is considered normal in today fast pace life, etc.
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Lucid Dreaming Techniques

Lucid Dreaming Techniques: The Twin Bodies Technique

In this article I would like to explain The Twin Bodies Technique and famous sleep paralysis. Before you start reading my wish is to asure you that these techniques are completely harmless and have nothing cary except maybe wrongly chosen name. While focusing on body while falling asleep, lucid dreaming practitioner can sometimes notice some
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White dot / Black dot techniques

White dot technique 1. Before going to bed • Resolve to recognize when you are dreaming. • Visualize in your throat (Point 2 in the 61-point relaxation exercise) the syllable ah, red in colorand vividly radiant • Mentally concentrate on the radiance of the “ah”. Imaginethat the radiance illuminates and makes visible allthings of the
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Lucid Dreaming Techniques: Power of visualization

Lucid dreaming with its techniques as we (Western people) know it has its origins in ancient Tibet and it is a part of a Dream Yoga which was practiced in Tibetan Buddhism. One of the approaches that Dream Yoga offers is deliberate visualization of a symbol while having focus on hypnagogic imagery. Dream Yoga became
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