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Lucid Dreaming: Lucid Dreaming Techniques You Can Use!

February 28, 2011 on 10:23 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

Who could not use a vacation to Tahiti or the Swiss Alps? Who does not want to feel what it is like to control the power of a Ferrari or Porsche? Practically everyone wishes that they could eat the finest food in the world and as much of it as they wanted without having to worry about gaining weight.

Is it possible to have all of these things if you do not have millions of dollars in the bank? Absolutely! If you can control your dreams, you can go anywhere, do anything, and be anybody.

1) Control Your Dreams?

Some people are born with the ability to control their dreams. I have at times been able to change my nightmares into different things. Some people, however, are not able to control their dreams naturally. In fact, they often have dreams and then believe that their dreams are in fact reality!

Most of us do not remember these dreams because we forget our dreams when we wake up. The ability to recognize that you are having a dream is called lucid dreaming.

Most people who have lucid dreams are also able to control their dreams. There are ways to learn how to have lucid dreams if you never have before. One method is called a Reality Check. Continue reading Lucid Dreaming: Lucid Dreaming Techniques You Can Use!…

Dream Interpretation: ‘The 5 Most Common Dreams’ – But What Do They Mean?

February 27, 2011 on 10:54 am | In Dream Types | No Comments

Most of us dream during our sleep, but rarely do we take the time to discover what these dreams are telling us about our lives. In this article you will discover what the subconscious messages in your dreams are telling you about your life and what you should do about them.

#5 – Hair Falling Out

Dream: This is a reasonably common dream that is often remembered upon waking due to its shocking/believable nature. They tend to involve discovering that a prominent physical feature is missing or is beginning to fall out such as hair or teeth.

Meaning: You may be afraid of being viewed as unattractive or unwanted. It can also mean that you are embarrassed about a short-term event occurring in your life, where you are concerned about being made to look like a fool.

Suggestion: Take stock of the way others view you, if you are self-conscious about a certain part of your physique, consider trying to change it. You may be subconsciously anxious which would hold you back from living life to the full. Continue reading Dream Interpretation: ‘The 5 Most Common Dreams’ – But What Do They Mean?…

What Do Your Dreams Mean?

February 23, 2011 on 10:10 pm | In Musings | No Comments

What do your dreams mean? This hasn’t been clearly answered by science yet. It is possible that they are a way to exercise the brain and keep it functioning efficiently. Some scientists theorize that dreaming is a way to categorize and “file away” things that weren’t sufficiently dealt with during the day. This would explain why daily events so often become a part of that nights dreams.

Dreaming seems to be necessary. In experiments, people have been prevented from dreaming by being woken up whenever they started, as evidenced by their REM or “rapid eye movement,” which accompanies dreaming. This seems to cause mental distress, although this was often shown in nothing more than increased attempts to dream. Those woken an equal number of times, but randomly, didn’t seem to suffer as much.

We may need to dream, but we don’t know why, and we could argue endlessly about the meaning of the content of our dreams. However, despite this essential ignorance about what dreams mean, we do know that there are ways we can use our dreams. A couple examples follow. Continue reading What Do Your Dreams Mean?…

4 Amazing Ways to Induce Lucid Dreaming: Dare to Dream!

February 23, 2011 on 2:41 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

When I was little, I had a lot of bad dreams. I would stumble into the room belonging to my mother and wake her up. Instead of pulling me into her bed, she would get me a glass of water and take me back to my room.

I have told her about the monster in my dream and she would tell me that there was no reason to be afraid. She would tell me that If there is a monster in my dream, I should become a monster fighter! Beat him back and then jump on a Pegasus and fly away.

I was very little when I began this and it seemed so natural that I was very surprised to learn that not everyone can control their dreams. Many people, in fact, struggle to get enough sleep when their bad and negative dreams plague them on a nightly basis.

1) Being Lucid

Have you heard of the concept of lucid dreaming? Lucid dreaming occurs when you are having a dream and are aware of that fact.

Many people that have lucid dreams are able to control their dreams, just like I used to beat back monsters in mine. Most of the time lucid dreaming is achieved when the dreamer is already in the middle of a dream. Continue reading 4 Amazing Ways to Induce Lucid Dreaming: Dare to Dream!…

Dream Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way

February 22, 2011 on 4:52 am | In Dream Types, Dreamwork, Interpreting Dreams | No Comments

I remember sitting on my grandma’s big fluffy bed, watching her write in a faded, worn out notebook; squenched, tiny faded lips and her eyes shut tight, remembering a dream she had dreamed the night before.

“What are you doing, Grandma?”

“Quiet child! I’m going back to the dream world for just a few minutes. Interpreting my dream, see?”

Sitting as quietly as any kid could, breathlessly anticipating the moment she would open her eyes and smile heavenward, “Ahhh. I understand. Thank you.” A few moments more of furtive scribbling and then we would begin our day together.

At the time, the little ritual felt sacred. I could not ask her about her private dreams, or how she knew how to interpret them, but my curiosity for such matter was overwhelming at times. As the years passed and I grew a little older, I also became bolder if not wiser.

“Grandma, I had a dream last night,” I tossed out, ever so matter-of-factly one day. The lift in her little wrinkled eyes told me even then that she was on to me, but she indulged my cleverness.

“You did? Tell me all about it. I interpret dreams, you know,” she smiled, knowing full well I already knew this. I would tell her my dream with all the drama and gusto I could muster, and she quickly broke it down. Continue reading Dream Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way…

How To Lucid Dream? – Where Will You Be Tonight?

February 21, 2011 on 8:10 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

Dreaming is a phenomenon that all of us experience.  However more often than not, we wake up to question what we dreamt about and why we dreamt certain things, and sometimes even wondered why there were unconnected strings in our dreams – like a badly directed movie!

How nice it would be if you could dream of what you want to dream and how you want your dream to progress?  This is the phenomenon known as lucid dreaming and if you thought that was difficult – then you are wrong.  This is quite possible and if you are keen to know how to lucid dream then let me help you.

Dreaming, waking up, sleeping all events that are controlled by the brain and the brain in turn is controlled by the various frequency levels that operate in and around the physical being. So if you know what frequencies are required and you have the ability to induce them then you would be well on the way to learning how to lucid dream!  Continue reading How To Lucid Dream? – Where Will You Be Tonight?…

Lucid Dreaming Ebook

February 20, 2011 on 10:42 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

Dreams epitomize our thoughts. If you are unhappy or frustrated your dreams would be creepy as well, which is to say that you are not at peace even while sleeping.  You cannot control the people around you or the circumstances endured every day, what you could do is simply learn to Control Your Dreams and enjoy peaceful nights.

Imagine how would your life be different, if for those magical 8 hours a night, you lived in a world with no rules or boundaries, on your own? Don’t you think after experiencing those magical hours you would wake up feeling more refreshed, confident and ready to take on the world? Lucid dreaming is an exciting concept that has allowed people throughout history to take control of their dreams, providing extraordinary entertainment and incredible benefits.

How could you not? Being able to control every aspect of your life (at least while dreaming) is a very exciting prospect. Being able to mold the laws of the planet and physics to your liking all while knowing that you are safely sleeping in your own bed is quite nice. 

Would you like to be able to control the outcome of your dreams? My friends, that’s just what I am here to teach you. I want you to be able to live, work and play in a virtual fantasy land at least while you are sleeping. Lucid Dreaming is actually a documented scientific phenomenon offered to you in the form of Lucid Dreaming EBook.

 

Lucid dreaming is not as hard as you may think and I can teach you how to get started or to advance your abilities as a lucid dreamerLucid Dreaming EBook is a Practical guide to lucid dreaming and teaches you: -

 

How to prepare your mind for lucid dreaming, before you hit the pillow.
Easy ways to control the ways in which you dream.
How to wake up feeling more refreshed, and confident than ever.
How to tell if you are dreaming lucidly, while still asleep!
How to wake up, and remember every detail of your dream.
Simple ways to dream about what you want, every time you sleep!
 
Live in your own little paradise every night with Lucid Dreams. Not only you would be more rested but also you would be more confident than ever before. 

 

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Lucid Dreaming Frequently Asked Questions

February 19, 2011 on 11:57 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

A lot of people are aware of the power of lucid dreaming which is the ability to control your dreams. However, many people do not act on it or believe that it is non-sense. Lucid dreaming is by far, one of the most fun skills you can learn. It will make you look forward to going to bed and will allow you to enjoy your sleep so much more. For those of you having trouble with lucid dreaming or would like to know more about it, here are some frequently asked questions that I hear a lot.

Does everyone have the ability to lucid dream?

Yes, every human has the capability to lucid dream. If you can dream, you can lucid dream. Those who think it’s not possible just haven’t put in enough practice or aren’t implementing the right habits. Remember, a dream is lucid once you recognize that you are dreaming and you can control it.

How do I know if I am lucid dreaming?

You will know you are lucid dreaming once you are aware you are dreaming and you can control how your dream goes. You will be able choose what you want to do in your dreams and have experiences that are very life like and realistic.

How will I be able to distinguish if my dream is real or not?

This is the most important part of becoming lucid. Some people have greater recognition of what is real and what’s not in their dreams than others. Everyone has varying degrees of reality awareness and the more aware you become, the more control you will have over your dreams. It helps to come up with cues that you can look for in your dream that will help you distinguish your dream from reality. This includes anything from being able to fly, to recognizing that your room has different wallpaper. Any hint will due and having continuing hints will help you have the best control. Get used to questioning your surroundings and if you are dreaming.

I often have a hard time recalling my dreams. Is there a certain technique I should be doing?

Yes, there are certain techniques and habits that will optimize your dream recall. One of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to recall their dream is either waiting too long after they wake up or waking up too abruptly without trying to recall their dream while in bed. By this, I mean that the best way to recall your dream is to remain in bed as you begin to wake, keeping your eyes closed, and assuming the position that you were sleeping in. From here, you should attempt to recall everything you can and then right it in a dream journal which you should keep by your bed. By recalling your dream in the state of which you were dreaming, you have a better chance of recalling more details and specifics. Immediately after, write down everything you remember and your dream journal and label the dates.

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Dreams

February 18, 2011 on 5:04 pm | In Dream Types | No Comments

Why do we dream?

Introduction by Psychic Sarah

“A question we all ask ourselves. Why do we have nightmares? some people say our dreams are affected by the food we eat before bed others say it’s you dream of your current situation. The truth is there is no answer for why we dream some believe we dream not only to rest but to delve into our subconciness to bring up the emotions we run daily from.

“To achieve the impossible dream, just try going to sleep”

Joan Kelempner

In our dreams we are confronted by our past demons and your true feelings. In a dream sometimes you feel helpless like you are running but not getting anywhere just like the reality of our lives sometimes. In life you can run away from your real self but In dreams you are forced to face your problems head on. Have you ever woken up from a dream only to be positive It really happened? so many people ask me these sorts of questions so I thought I would try to answer these questions.

“In sleep, fantasy takes the form of dreams. But in waking life, too, we continue to dream beneath the threshold of consciousness, especially when under the influence of repressed or other unconscious complexes” Carl Jung

Our dreams have symbols sometimes have you ever noticed this? it can be anything just something that stands out and you remember when you wake up. Symbols In your dreams can be very important to you and your life In general. There are so many different meanings for dream symbols but the best way to get a answer to why you dream of certain things Is to follow your intution that will give you the clearest answer possible.

When you dream some people believe when we dream that Is when we can come Into contact with our guides or angels”.

“Dreams preceeded speech” Anon

Types of dreams:

Psychic Dreams (also called Precognitive or Prophetic)

Are dreams that foretell the future. A theory to explain this phenomenon is that our mind, while in a dream state, can bring together pieces of information that we may ignore in waking life. Our subconscious mind uses this opportunity to reach us in a place we will listen.

Signal Dreams

Can be interpreted as a sign to take notice of problems you are facing and make immediate decisions in order to resolve them in your waking life.

Epic Dreams (Cosmic or Great Dreams)

Are vivid and undeniable dreams that can’t be forgotten. Such dreams usually contain various archetypical symbology. When you awaken, the memory of these linger with you and you feel as though you have discovered profound about yourself and the world. They are truley life changing experiences.

Lucid Dreams

These are vivid dreams where the individuals knows they are dreaming. The dreamer is able to control the course of the dream.

Answer dreams

Delivers the answers you have been asking yourself in the waking world.

Tips on how to remember your dreams:

Make a conscious decision to remember your dreams. Before you go to sleep repeat this to yourself.

Wake up slowly. While still lying down, keep your eyes closed and allow the dream to run through your mind.

Keep your dream journal in the same place everyday so you don’t have to scramble to get it.

Write down every detail of your dreams that you remember

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Does Lucid Dreaming Binaural Beats Really Work?

February 18, 2011 on 3:52 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

Lucid Dreaming is realizing you are dreaming as you dream. When you reach the Lucid Dreaming state, you will be able to control your dreams and experience anything you wish.Anyone can have a lucid dream. Unless you’re one of those extremely lucky individuals who experience them naturally, anyone can learn to induce a lucid dream with enough practice. Although there are many ways of achieving this state, one new and fascinating method involves brainwave technology and binaural beats, that is Lucid Dreaming Binaural Beats!

Listening to Lucid Dreaming Binaural Beats is safe and works very quickly if you want to enhance your Lucid Dreaming capabilities, you should give this product a try. Binaural beats or binaural tones are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, the perception of which arises in the brain independent of physical stimuli. The brain produces a phenomenon resulting in low-frequency pulsations in the loudness of a perceived sound when two tones at slightly different frequencies are presented separately, one to each of a subject’s ears, using stereo headphones.

There are different levels of binaural frequencies and each one of them causes a different reaction in people. The key when using Binaural Beats to induce Lucid Dreams is that there is an ideal frequency that helps people to be aware that they are dreaming.

Then how will Lucid Dreaming Binaural Beats induce lucid dreams? The key to Lucid Dreaming is going through the Delta (which causes dreamless sleep) then through Theta states (which will cause a Dream state), but instead of reaching the full Alpha state (that will make you wake up), dip back into Theta before you awake. Your subconscious will awake, but your conscious mind will stay asleep as you go back into the dreaming state. Your subconscious will think you are awake, but then realize you are still dreaming.

Lucid dreaming is achieved when binaural beats encourage the brain to adopt (or ‘entrain’ toward) a Delta state, followed by a Theta state, followed (briefly) by an Alpha state, then quickly back into the Theta state. In other words, the binaural beat encourages deep sleep, followed by dreaming, followed by brief consciousness, then back into the dream where, if everything goes to plan, you are now very much aware of the fact you are dreaming and able to exert an influence upon proceeding.

Lets say that you start in the Deep Sleep Delta State. Once Delta is reached, your brain frequencies rise to the Theta Frequencies where Dreaming begins. If your brain frequencies continue to rise, you will progress to Alpha. When you reach Alpha, you will be awake, and that’s not where you want to be for Lucid Dreaming.

A lot more can be said and written about the secrets to lucid dreaming and binaural beats, which is something that can’t be covered in just one article. I have written more about the subject of Lucid Dreaming Binaural Beats and chosen more Binaural Beats information here, I share more tips and review aids so that you can experience the sensations of lucid dreaming a lot easier.
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