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Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements

October 8, 2012 on 8:33 am | In Dream Books, Lucid Dreams | 3 Comments
Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements (book)

Advanced Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Supplements

The interaction between brain chemistry and dreaming is fascinating. It has long been known that certain foods cause vivid dreams in some people, and that some foods make people sleep better (which can help with dreaming).

Now researchers and experimenters are finding that nutritional supplements of various kinds help people induce certain kinds of dreams and other experiences such as lucid dreaming, out-of-body experiences, and astral travel.

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  1. good book on supplements that enhance dreaming This book assumes you are already knowledgeable about how to lucid dream (LD). You practice your LD techniques but morning comes and again you wake up realizing you sleep through the night without becoming lucid. What went wrong?Answer: possibly your brain chemistry. Neurotransmitters control your sleep cycles, memory, and communication between brain cells. If you boost the availability of certain neurotransmitters in the brain you can have longer, more vivid dreams with better retention.While there is no magic pill that will make you lucid, there are natural supplements that boost the amount and availability of these key neurotransmitters. Mr. Yuschak has given us his personal roadmap on how to use these supplements to enhance your dreaming experience.I am a lucid dreamer. I have used several of the supplements mentioned in this book and yes they did work to make my dreaming more vivid and more apt to trigger a lucid dream. I found this book to be well written and I recommend it for those who would like more information on using supplements to enhance dreaming.

    Comment by remflyer — October 8, 2012 #

  2. For the desperate seeker I am 23 years of age, I have been attempting lucid dreaming since the age of 17 with very limited success. In those years I probably had 4 successful lucid dreams and that really is a low percentage.I bought Thomas’ book, and this really is something unique.Yes it does work, but it is not a miracle ‘cure’ you still need to do your part as well.Words of advice: make sure Galantamine is available in your country without a prescription, I am from South Africa and I could not get my hands on it. I ordered it from overseas and it did reach my doorstep though… *cough* … Places like Advanced Dream Nutrition will be a good place to order–if you have this problemAlso, I and others make mention of some of the supplements in our posts, it is not advised to use these supplements without reading the book first, as your chances of success will be limited as well as potential danger to your health if not used correctly.Thank you Thomas for sharing your research with us, it was selfless.

    Comment by L. De Beer — October 8, 2012 #

  3. Excellent and totally new approach! Anybody struggling to learn lucid dreaming should read this book. I have tried every imaginable approach to learn how to have lucid dreams with very limited success. Then along comes this book with a method based purely on neuroscience and I start having extremely long and vivid lucid dreams right out of the gate. A very sincere thank you.

    Comment by FB — October 8, 2012 #

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