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How to do lucid dreaming – Steps to get the lucidity in your dreaming state

May 17, 2013 on 1:52 am | In Lucid Dreams | No Comments

A lucid dream is when you feel like you’re awake. It’s when you know in your heart that you are dreaming and you can observe the dream while it’s going on. You can feel things. You can hear things. You can smell things. Well, it sounds so interesting! But how to do lucid dreaming? It’s a big question that almost of us always wondering about!

Lucid dreaming requires self-awareness which is basically present within every dream as we are in a way observing the dream. To become lucid, the dreamer must analyze the situation and realize that he is dreaming, in doing this, control over the situation comes more naturally to the dreamer as he is able to fully comprehend the fact that he is observing a situation he has created and therefore has a hand in continuing. This takes practice for some, writing down dreams as well as practicing creating situations you control within your mind while awake can help make achieving self-awareness within the dream gradually easier and more natural.

To lucid dreaming is to train yourself to be aware that you are dreaming. During the day, ask yourself Am I dreaming right now? How do I know that I am/not dreaming? It can also be helpful to ask these questions each time you do something that you do often throughout the day, such as opening doors or after eating or drinking.

You can also try to imagine that you are dreaming and that you have control of your dream. Before going to sleep each night tell yourself that you will remember your dreams and become aware that you are dreaming.

Lucid dreaming is simply being aware that you are dreaming while you are in a dream. Learning how to do lucid dreaming intentionally is a personal growth tool. It may help you resolve personal problems because you’re able to consciously take an active role in your dreams. It can also be a lot of fun!

Once you’re accustomed to dreaming lucidly use this skill. Use it to practice those awful presentations you have to give and agonize over. Use it to practice learning to play the mandolin. Use those dreams to work out your emotional and psychological hurts.

A common problem some people encounter with lucid dreaming is that they wake up as soon as they realize they’re dreaming. This is because the work of making conscious choices while sleeping causes the conscious mind to rise from its slumber, thus arousing the wakening state. This can be overcome with practice, but there is a technique that can help. Before you go to sleep, plan on what you will do in your lucid dreams. This removes an element of conscious choice during your dreams, which may help you stay in the dream state.

Lucid dreaming is a challenging art to master, but there are steps that can be taken to help you achieve the state. Imagine how very, very interesting this is. Lots of references in our ebook: “Lucid dreaming make easy” at http://luciddreamingmadeeasy.org. You’ll know how to do lucid dreaming even before you’ve finished reading it.

Original Author: David Nguyen Full Bio
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