What is lucid dreaming?

Welcome to our site, our site is dedicated to teaching you how to lucid dream. Our goal is to get as many people to start lucid dreaming as possible. We believe there are a wide variety of benefits for lucid dreaming and honestly wouldn’t you want make the most of one third of your time?

How to lucid dream

Lucid dreaming is the act of becoming aware you are dreaming whilst being inside a dream. The first time this happens will overwhelm you with excitement and passion. It is one of the most realistic simulations we will ever experience because you can use all of your day to day senses.

You can experience anything you can imagine.

If you can think back to the most realistic dream you have ever experienced, remember how vivid and real it felt. This feeling can be replicated in a lucid dream.

With lucid dreaming you can revisit and re-experience past events that have occurred in your life, such as your wedding day, holidays & anything else you can imagine by using the power of your subconscious.

Your subconscious is what controls and creates your non-controlled dreams, the subconscious is made up of everything you have ever experienced, good or bad. This is why your dreams are related to things that you have experienced in the past or things that are affecting your life presently.

Why lucid dream?

I believe there are a wide variety of reasons as to why you should begin lucid dreaming, one of these is that you can become more creative. Dreams can be an amazing place for inspiration, when lucid dreaming you can actively seek out creative ideas and bring them back to the waking world. For more information please read this article which provides why you should lucid dream.

Is Lucid Dreaming dangerous?

The short answer is NO. Lucid dreaming is a natural phenomena that can occur randomly in peoples lifes, studies have been carried out and it turns out lucid dreamers are 7 times more likely to make nightmares better.

Some people feel concerned about getting addicted to lucid dreaming, but as long as your still living normally then you will be fine. You may be addicted to lucid dreaming but that doesn’t mean you will have a lucid dream every night, you body will automatically have the right stages of sleep.

How hard is it to Lucid Dream?

This depends entirely on the person, some lucky people are naturally gifted with lucid dreams and they can consciously choose when they want to have one, other people need to keep to a routine of writing in a dream journal and doing reality checks for a few months. Again the lucid dream frequency will depend on the person you may find that after 1 week of doing reality checks you may start to have lucid dreams, it took me about 2-3 months to get to a stage where I can have a lucid dream about once a week.

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Here are some useful pages which will describe how you can achieve lucid dreams on a consistent basis.

Steps to Lucid Dream Successfully
101 things to do in a Lucid dream
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