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How To: Lucid Dreaming

August 28, 2012 on 6:05 pm | In Dream Types | 1 Comment

I think I should first ask you if you ever remember or think about your dreams when you wake up in the morning? What are your thoughts about dreams? Do you think dreams are important? Mankind have been fascinated by dreams since the dawn of time. Wise men and women have been interpreting dreams (or they say they do) over many millenniums. Scientists have been actively involved with the subject and have been researching brain activity during sleep for almost a century.

We are living in the information age. The use of the computer and the amount of knowledge available to us with one click of a finger is astounding. We are learning from the past, present and future. One of the most famous scientists who clamed that his dreams aided him in his success was Thomas Edison. He said that he used lucid dreaming to aid him in his work. What he did was fall asleep with his hand over the edge of the bed holding some marbles. Once he left the lucid state and started to fall asleep, his hand would relax and the marbles would fall into a tin can waking him up. As he had just finished the dream, he easily remembered it and wrote down all of the details. The gramophone started this way, for one example.

If you are like most people, you do not place much emphasis on dreams. You may have never heard of lucid dreaming. Yet LD has been researched scientifically, and the existence of it is well established. In the LD, lucidity begins at one point when the dreamer realizes that what he is experiencing is not a physical reality but a dream. The basic definition of lucid dreaming is nothing more than becoming aware that you are dreaming. One may ask what causes lucidity, how to lucid dreaming? How to lucid dreaming can be explained by the increased amount of activity in the parietal lobes and that is what makes lucid dreaming a conscious effort.

This is the time when people ask some questions.

  • Why should I learn to practice LD?
  • What is it good for?
  • How can I learn to use it in my real life?

The answer to what lucid dreaming is good for is very simple; it is good for anything and everything. Let’s start with this. Imagine what life would be like if you have a great night’s sleep and wake up in the morning happy, smiling and full of energy. And that is only the beginning. Lucid dreaming being is practiced by people to improve their daily lives.

People are practicing the skill to improve their physical health and alleviate pain, overcome phobias, eliminate and decrease painful social and sexual anxieties. They are also using it to achieve greater self-confidence and greater success in their field of work and profession and to achieve satisfaction and happiness in their daily lives. Artists also use it for inspiration and athletes use it for greater performances. The learning can be long and tedious. It requires self discipline, organized daily practice, long term commitment and many hours of research and grit..

Original Author: Andy Varadi Full Bio

Andy has been interested in the benefits of lucid dreaming and has been researching the subject for some time. He has found some very useful information and if you like to learn more about lucid dreaming and all the benefits you can realize by mastering it, Click Here! and you can begin the process of changing your life. He recommends this course. It is easy to learn and there is a 100 % money back guaranty.

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