Saturday, 11 September 2010

How to induce Lucid Dreaming

Well since its 1:58am and I'll be going to sleep soon, I thought I'd give this a go. I usually try to stay clear of the latest trends of attention whores, but this dreaming business sounds ok. It seems to do his correctly takes days if not weeks of preparation, so tonight I'll try a shorter method which basically involves waking up without opening the eyes. This apparently allows you to stay half in your dream, but awake. From here, its easy to remember you're dreaming, and thus the dream can be altered any way you choose.

Im not entering this with high hopes, but as they say, why the hell not. Results tomorrow!


Next day: Didnt work! I may have taken the quick way, aka usually the wrong way, but it really doesnt seem worth it to go through all the preparation.

3 comments:

  1. Lucid dreaming takes lots of practice and planning... you want to make sure your sleeping habits are regulated (as in going to be before 2am), and having a high amount of melatonin in your system will help induce it.

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  2. I used to be a lot better at lucid dreaming than I am now... I don't even know if it's possible, but I totally lost my ability to induce it. Of course, I didn't really do anything to trigger it to begin with. Easy come, easy go :(

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  3. I really wish to learn lucid dreaming! Following!

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