What if you could watch the best movie you’ve ever seen, every night? 11 steps to lucid dreaming.
July 12, 2013 : Posted in: #HowTo
If you’ve ever wanted to try something or wish you could do the impossible, there’s a way you can. Lucid Dreaming. This is the awareness of the fact that you are dreaming, and usually occurs while a person is in the middle of a regular dream and suddenly realizes that they are dreaming. Once you realize this, you have the ability to control your dreams, which is pretty much the most essential part of lucid dreaming, when the impossible can happen. Yes, just like
- During the day, repeatedly ask “Am I dreaming” and perform some reality checks whenever you remember.
- Keep a dream journal.
- Learn the best time to have a lucid dream.
- Try Stephen Laberge’s mnemonic induction of lucid dreaming (MILD) technique.
- Attempt the WBTB (Wake Back To Bed) Technique.
- Try attempting the WILD (wake initiated lucid dream) technique.
- Another technique for overall “dream awareness” is the Diamond Method of meditation, which can shortcut the overall learning curve, of Lucid Dreaming.
- Try marking an “A” (which stands for “awake”) on your palm.
- Get into the habit of doing reality checks.
- Prolong lucid dreams by spinning your body or falling backwards in the dream (suspected of prolonging REM), and rubbing your hands (prevents you from feeling the sensation of lying in bed).
- Look through previous dreams in your Dream Journal.
You can find find this list with more in-depth descriptions on WikiHow: http://www.wikihow.com/Lucid-Dream