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How to Learn to Lucid Dream

How to Learn to Lucid Dream

This is how I went from not remembering my dreams to literally wake up and living a dream 3 times in about 2 weeks. A lucid dream is defined as a dream during which dreamers are where they're dreaming. After a quick research, I learned that lucid dreaming is an actual skill that can improve to practice. I also learned a few different methods you can apply to lucid dreams.

The first thing to learn is how to remember your dreams.

So when a lucid dream happens you'll be able to remember it. I thought it was impossible but it's actually quite easy. You simply need to start keeping a dream journal. Every morning immediately after waking up I started everything I couldn't remember about the dreams of the previous night. And it worked.

This is the first time in a lot of time that I can clearly remember a dream. In general, the memories of a dream will vanish within the first minute after you wake up. But if you keep trying every day to write down your dreams with as many details as you can you train your brain to remember more and more details of your dreams. Anyways they absolutely don't make any sense.

On the third day, I decided to combine two methods that include lucid dreaming.

The first method is called mnemonic induction of lucid dreams.

It consists in simulating lucid dream to mental preparation and set to. I spend a day thinking about controlling my dreams. I watched videos and read articles about it and when it was time to go to bed I kept revealing the same sentence right I'm gonna dream even if it might seem stupid. If you think about what you're doing rationally. This helps convince your subconscious that you're about a lucid dream.

I wanted to combine this technique with the most extreme method called to wake up back to bed. This method consisting waking up 2 hours before the usual wake-up time staying awake for 20 to 30 minutes in order to raise your awareness while remaining sleepy and then going back to bed. This technique helps you enter a REM sleep from a conscious state. And this should lead to consciousness. In dreams, RAM means rapid eye movement.

And it's the phase of sleeping which the brain is almost as active as it is when you're awake. Most dreams. And in theory, lucid dreams occur during the Ram face. This tonight nothing happened. I mean I still wrote down my dreams this morning but I couldn't feel awake and I couldn't control any of them.

But the following night something happened was in a dream walking normally out of my room towards my living room. But something was off. My living room wasn't there. There was nothing. Only at this point, I became aware that was in a dream. Then I tried to put my hand in the dark and then I don't remember anything else. It wasn't something crazy yet. But I've never experienced that feeling before.

Being aware that you are in a dream while dreaming.

Then for 3 days straight I haven't experienced anything and I was starting to get tired of the wake up back to bad metal. But then I decided to check again. Added another technique. After waking up in the middle of the night I tried to fall asleep while moving my fingers. You can imagine to tap your finger on a table for example but I personally is something different.

I used to play the piano when I was a kid and even if I forgot basically everything I still remember the first few notes of four softer staying awake at 6.19 am for about 20 minutes. I went back to bed and I started moving my fingers like I was playing the piano imagining the melody in my head. And that's how I got my first real lucid dream.

I felt awake. My vision wasn't as clear as in real life but I remember saying to myself I'm dreaming and I fly. I woke up exactly on a cardboard door. I knew I was a fly so after a few seconds I thought Let's try to fly. So I threw myself off the cardboard and I actually started to fly towards my room. Then I tried to control the direction of the fly but the more I did that the more the dream was becoming blurry.

So I left the dream to decide where to go and I kept going for a few seconds and then nothing. This was a really cool experience but wait to listen to the next one. About a week went by without trying to lucid dream. But then when I was writing this article I started to try again and it will probably sound impossible but I swear everything happened exactly as I'm about to tell you.

After waking up at 5.30 a.m, and seeing awake for 20 minutes I went back to bed and he focused on imagining something really cool such as flying above the clouds or diving into a sea. But I knew that these were just thought. But then this happened. I woke up outside a spaceship and this time I perfectly knew that I was inside a dream. I was fluctuating in the universe and I was trying really hard to get inside.

And when I could finally get in I found myself in the middle of a corridor. The first store on the left was open inside the door there wasn't a room but a pool an Orange pool full of naked people swimming and diving. At a certain point, I felt like I was trapped. I didn't know what was happening but I remembered that I wanted to get out.

So I decided to punch a wall of the space and I knew that for some reason I was really strong. So after 3 punches I literally broke the wallof the spaceship. The furniture and the people inside the spaceship started to fly out into the universe. There was back around me but it was extremely calm and he started flying to the universe.

At a certain point, I saw a huge sign in front of me but it was too bright to understand what he was saying. So I decided to keep flying. And when it was far away from the side I found a printed picture of a Sun. And then I woke up but it didn't wake up in real life. I was sitting on a chair and there was a man sitting next to me. At this point, I literally decided to ask him where it was and he told me that all that experience was just a VR game.

So since he was a gamer I decided to ask him How can you win that game?

He told me exactly as you just said and then nothing immediately after this dream I woke up in real life. It was probably 6.40 a.m. And I started writing everything on my phone. There is no way I'm gonna try this every night because I will probably go crazy but I keep journaling and sometimes I try again. So that's about a lucid dream. I hope you found this helpful then share this article with others and also share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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