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This page describes a number of lucid dream induction techniques. It is recommended that you be able to recall at least one dream per night in order to maximize the effectiveness of these methods. [ edit ] Preliminary Knowledge Certain elements are common to many of the lucidity-inducing techniques discussed later in this chapter. To better understand these techniques, these common components will be discussed first. [ edit ] Sleep Interruption
Edit Edited by Sondra C, Choicefresh, Jack Herrick, Krystle and 265 others Lucid dreaming is awareness of the fact that you are dreaming.
Stephen LaBerge (born 1947) is a psychophysiologist and a leader in the scientific study of lucid dreaming . In 1967 he received his Bachelor's Degree in mathematics . He began researching lucid dreaming for his Ph.D. in Psychophysiology at Stanford University , which he received in 1980. [ 1 ] He developed techniques to enable himself and other researchers to enter a lucid dream state at will, most notably the MILD technique ( mnemonic induction of lucid dreams ), which was necessary for many forms of dream experimentation. [ 2 ] In 1987, he founded The Lucidity Institute , an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running courses for the general public on how to achieve a lucid dream. [ 3 ] His technique of signalling to a collaborator monitoring his EEG with agreed-upon eye movements during REM became the first published, scientifically verified signal from a dreamer's mind to the outside world.