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Sawlogs - Dream Journal. Lucid Dreaming to Heal Yourself and Others. **CrazyInSane's WILD tutorial!!** REMcloud is a social network that connects people through their dreams. Post your dreams every day and experience the connection. Dreams-Meaning-Infographic.jpg (JPEG Image, 630x1350 pixels) - Scaled (47%) Hyper Lucid Dreaming. Untitled. The Dream Tree is an online resource center for people interested in dreams.


At The Dream Tree, you can discover the latest dream news, explore the world of dreaming, learn about the role of dreams in history and culture, and connect with other dreamers worldwide — to share dreams, to network, or to exchange ideas. Just select where you’d like to go, and enjoy! We’ve been on the web since 1995, and we welcome you to our interactive site.

If you’ve got a story to tell, a new book to review, or any other dream news or information you’d like to get out to the world, please let us know and we’ll be happy to help spread the word. Meanwhile, happy dream adventuring! Lucid Dreaming for Beginners - Part One. FILD – Finger Induced Lucid Dreams. Lucid Dreaming Techniques. Tibetan book of the dead « The Dreamcatcher iPhone Application  Dream Recall, 7 Steps to Hack Your Dreams. Dreams. How to have a Lucid Dream. Lucid dreaming allows you to have complete control over the events that occur in your dreams.

How to have a Lucid Dream

You are able to experience anything you can imagine without any consequence. Since emotions and everyday, logical thinking are more relaxed and less interfering in dreams, lucid dreaming can even serve as an aid in overcoming mental blocks. Dream:ON - The App to Influence Your Dreams. How To Lucid Dream Using Sleep Paralysis To Have Wake-Induced Lucid Dreams. People Can Learn New Skills While They Dream, Scientists Say. Singularity Experience - Lucid Dreaming App. From the creator of the original Lucid Dreaming App, comes an update that may change your life.

Singularity Experience - Lucid Dreaming App

Singularity Experience is an app that turns ordinary dreams into conscious ones. Become aware in a dream, and it transforms into a virtual reality like experience, where you have superpowers and your brain has an unparalleled ability to experience pleasure. Dreamboard - Track your dreams, discover yourself. Lucid dreaming academy. Lucid Dreaming. Lucid Dream Guru - Master the Art of Lucid Dreaming. The Fastest Way To Have Lucid Dreams & OBEs Tonight - Tim... - a College video.

Lucid Dreaming Research. Lucid dream. A lucid dream is any dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming.

Lucid dream

In relation to this phenomenon, Greek philosopher Aristotle observed: "often when one is asleep, there is something in consciousness which declares that what then presents itself is but a dream".[1] One of the earliest references to personal experiences with lucid dreaming was by Marie-Jean-Léon, Marquis d'Hervey de Saint Denys.[2] Skeptics of the phenomenon suggest that it is not a state of sleep, but of brief wakefulness.[15][16] Others point out that there is no way to prove the truth of lucid dreaming other than to ask the dreamer.[17] Lucid dreaming has been researched scientifically, with participants performing pre-determined physical responses while experiencing a lucid dream.[18][19] Scientific history[edit] Philosopher Norman Malcolm's 1959 text Dreaming[22] had argued against the possibility of checking the accuracy of dream reports.

Hearne's results were not widely distributed. Initiation[edit] REM sleep. LUCID DREAMING. Lucid Dreaming Community & Resource. Hypnagogia and Hypnopompia. Hypnagogia is the imagery, sounds and strange bodily feelings that are felt at “sleep onset.”

Hypnagogia and Hypnopompia

This is a simplification though, as researchers have noted hypnagogic imagery in the lab at periods of quiet wakefulness as well as stage 1 sleep. Others have correlated hypnagogia with pre-sleep alpha waves and also REM intrusion into sleep onset. The truth is that the wake-sleep transition is still not understood. And neither are its trippy visuals. whispy lights, multi-dimentional geometric objects, or a sudden image like a stranger’s face Few people remember hypnagogic imagery. Strange noises, voices and rushing sounds are typical, as well as weird mechanistic sounds like beeps and boops. Some hear music — I personally have had lucid hypnagogic orchestras from time to time, with the ability to listen passively or focus on a particular instrument to induce a solo.

Entoptica - by Ryan Hurd, 2005, acrylic: inspired by my hypnagogic imagery Some people are haunted by the hypnagogic imagery. Lucid Dreaming/Induction Techniques. This page describes a number of lucid dream induction techniques.

Lucid Dreaming/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. Preliminary Knowledge[edit] 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. Carlos Castaneda. Carlos Castaneda (birthdate unclear – died April 27, 1998),[1] was an American author with a Ph.D. in anthropology.

Carlos Castaneda

Early life[edit] He moved to the United States in the early 1950s and became a naturalized citizen in 1957. Castaneda was educated at UCLA (B.A. 1962; Ph.D. 1973).[2] Career[edit] Castaneda's first three books – The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge; A Separate Reality; and Journey to Ixtlan – were written while he was an anthropology student at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 1974 his fourth book, Tales of Power, was published and chronicled the end of his apprenticeship under the tutelage of Matus. In his books, Castaneda narrates in first person the events leading to and following after his meeting Matus, a half-Yaqui "Man of Knowledge", in 1960.

In all,12 books by Castaneda were published, two posthumously. How to have Lucid Dreams: How, How Often, and How Cool! Key Fact: Lucid dreams are more enjoyable than ordinary dreams and have a more positive emotional tone.

How to have Lucid Dreams: How, How Often, and How Cool!

If you're a particularly sad soul, and would take absolutely no pleasure from flying round the world, meeting famous people, fighting dinosaurs, or walking on water, oh yes - and sex, then there is still hope for you! Another reason for wanting to experience lucid dreams is because on the whole, the predominant emotion exprienced is positive. Regular dreams, however, are not particularly pleasant. Have you ever had dreams that you were falling? Or being chased or attacked? 12 Free Software Programs for Lucid Dreaming: Train Your Mind To Have a Lucid Dream! What is a Lucid Dream?

12 Free Software Programs for Lucid Dreaming: Train Your Mind To Have a Lucid Dream!

“A lucid dream is a dream in which the person is aware that he or she is dreaming while the dream is in progress. During lucid dreams, it is often possible to exert conscious control over the dream characters and environment, as well as to perform otherwise physically impossible feats.” (wikipedia) The Best of Dream Studies 2011. Here’s hoping that your final days of 2011 are relaxing!

The Best of Dream Studies 2011

As I look back what happened this year, I’m happy to report that 2011 has been a year of growth for me. Highlights: I started off the year by lecturing at Stanford University on the topic of sleep paralysis, published my first peer-reviewed article in March, and am now wrapping up the year with a new book launch on lucid dreaming. Other highlights include three sleep related articles of mine that went viral on Business Insider and an article about wolf dreams that was republished on Care2, one of the biggest healthy living sites on the web. 2011 was a big year for radio work too. I was interviewed 5 times via blog radio: all are still available to listen online and can be found in my Whereabouts page.

As for, you may be interested to learn that: The top trafficked articles written this year were: And some personal favorite posts of 2011 that you may have missed: What’s ahead for 2012? Lucid Dreaming Tips - How to Lucid Dream - Tips for Lucid Dreaming / Lucid Dreams. The Six Basic Steps There are many techniques and methods that you can use for inducing lucid dreams, but there is an underlying process behind most, if not all of them. I have broken this underlying process down into six basic steps to serve as a foundation for your lucid dream training. Once you absorb these steps and start following them, it is only a matter of time before you have your first lucid dream. In case you are wondering how long it will take for you to have your first one, just follow through with the steps and have faith that you will have one.

Statistically, the time it takes for someone to have their first lucid dream averages from three weeks to two months, but yours may be tonight, but don't be discouraged if you try for a while and don't succeed. 1) Doing the Mental Prep-Work. Lucid daydreaming. Create account Sign in Create account We're working around the clock to give life to our upcoming online lucid dream journal. Please be patient and be the first to know about our progress, sneak previews and release date by subscribing to our free mailing list below. * Your email address will only be used for sending you updates on Snoozon. We'll not spam you.** Requested but not receiving any lesson? Yoshi's WILD Technique... The Best Lucid Dreaming Techniques. Movies like Inception and Avatar have made lucid dreaming a household word.

The buzz around the idea that we can wake up in our dreams ripples outwards, rocking our collective boat as more us realize that the world as we know it is malleable and magical. But lucid dreaming can be difficult to learn. Some people are more inclined to lucid dream than others. For everyone, though, it can be frustrating to try to have more lucid dreams, especially if you’ve spent money on products like herbal supplements or technological assists and are not seeing improvements. What I suggest is simple, but not necessarily easy. While dreams can open us up to new possibilities, most of the time our interests, preoccupations and cognitive abilities in dreams mirror the same constructs that we nurture in waking life.

Making a dream date - Dream Gates. "At the Foothills of Mt Helen". B.K.Connelly, 1981. Lucid Dreaming Research. Lucid Dreaming Research. 5 Steps to Lucid Dreaming. Course on Consciousness, Table of Contents.