Image of an interplay of human profile and fractal colors on the subject of lucid dreaming. Introduction to Lucid Dreaming

Introduction To Lucid Dreaming


There are many states of dream experience varying from no recollection whatsoever, to semi-lucidity, and to a state known as full lucidity or conscious dreaming.


In a lucid dream, everything experienced is extremely vivid and real. You realize you are dreaming and you are able to control what happens in your dream. In this state, you can create any scenario using the imagination and become fully involved with your scenario.


Create Any Scenarios


You can communicate with your True Self for guidance on any aspects of your life, such as finding your life purpose.

You can travel back in time to ancient civilizations, such as Lemuria and Atlantis.

You can fly, teleport, visit other planets, galaxies and universes.

You can fulfill your erotic desires and meet celebrities. 


You can connect with you inner creative genius, where you can work on your artistic or professional pursuits. Whether you want to write books, paint, create music, write lyrics or solve business problems, you can do so with the assistance of your subconscious intelligence.


Applications of Lucid Dreaming


Lucid dreaming is an ability that can be learned, and is often used by people for recreation and living out their wildest fantasies.


Besides using lucid dreaming for entertainment, it can help in personal development, enhancing self-confidence, overcoming nightmares, improving physical and mental health and facilitating creative problem solving.


For example, a person who has a fear of snakes can create dreamscapes containing these creatures and face them within the dream.


The World is a Dream


When we are enlightened, we would realize that the world is a dream. We feel that we’ve awakened from the dream, while others are still sleeping.


The dreams we have nightly are small dreams while this world is a big dream, which is more difficult to wake up from. The sleepers don’t want to be awakened, so we just leave them alone.


If they don’t want to wake up, we cannot force them. Each individual will eventually wake up from the dream one day!

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