Perception of time in lucid dreams

In 1985, Stephen LaBerge carried out a study which showed that time perception while counting during a lucid dream is about the same as during waking. The experiment was carried out by Lucid dreamers that counted to ten outloud whilst dreaming, once the counting has been stopped a pre-arranged eye signal was measured with electrooculogram […]

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5 ways to increase a lucid dreams length

Whilst you are lucid dreaming you will start to feel the dream fading away and loosing detail. To prevent this from happening try these 5 methods listed below. They will enhance and improve your lucid dream. 1. Dream Spinning As soon as you feel the dream fading away try spinning around in the dream, this […]

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Increase your familiarity with dreams

The more dreams that you write into your dream journal the more your dream recall increases. You will also become more familiar with your dreams. You will automatically remember different aspects like people, environments, and experiences and as a result you are more likely to encourage lucid dreams.

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New evidence that dream recording may be real in the near future

Wouldn’t it be great if you could record your lucid dreams and normal dreams and then show it to your freinds or family? It would be great for entertainment, creative pictures and learning in detail what you dream about. In the near future this sort of device may be possible. Watch the video below to […]

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Remember being positive is key!

Try and be as positive and paitent as you can whilst developing the skill to lucid dream, as it may take you several weeks or months, you may become frustrated or annoyed. You should try to remember that you will experience a lucid dream at one point.

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