Lucid Dreaming is a fantastic way to enjoy your dreams. It not only makes you to enjoy your dreams but also there are many benefits in your waking life. Once you have your first lucid dream, you will get interested and wish to have more lucid dreams. Lucid dreaming is the natural untapped ability that everyone possess but just have to learn how to put it into an action.

For  your first lucid dreaming, following some steps will help you to get in to it:

 

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1. Remember your dreams:

Dreams are formed during a deep sleep period called REM (Rapid Eye Movement). Every one of us have dreams, but some people say that they never dreamed. This is because they do not remember their dreams. But in order to help you get your first lucid dream, you should try to remember your normal dreams. Remembering your dreams helps you to know your dream patterns, signs or anything that common in all your dreams. On practising this, whenever you find that sign, you can consciously aware that you are in a dream. The best way to remember your dreams is to keep a journal every night besides you while sleeping. When you woke up in the middle of night or in the morning, write whatever you remember about your dreams. This helps you not only to remember dream signs but also let your mind to think that you are serious about your dreams.

2. Finding Dream signs:

Many of your dreams gives you some signal which makes you think that you are dreaming. Signals may be either objects or persons. For example, you may see that something is flying which cannot be flied, or meeting someone who is not alive. There are certain things which work differently in real life than in dream life. These are called “Reality Checks”.

Some Reality Checks are:

  • Pushing your finger through your palm: In dreams, you may able to push one of your finger through your palm, which is not possible in real life.
  • Reading: Try to read something and look away. Now try to read again looking back. you may find the text has been changed.
  • Switching on/off lights: In dreams switching on/off the lights may not do anything.
  • Look in the Mirror: Does your reflection look normal when you look in the mirror or do you find an uneven face of yours?
  • Fly: Can you able to fly yourself? In dreams, you could fly.

So, these are some of the reality checks you should consider.

3. Be conscious of your waking world:

What it means is that you should try to be mindful always. Have a conscious feeling of what you see, hear, smell, touch and whatever you do. Notice everything consciously. This not only helps you for getting a lucid dream but helps you to being in a moment and improves concentration in your work.

4. Ask yourself “Am I Dreaming” :

During your day, ask yourself whenever you can the question, “Am I Dreaming?” and do the reality checks. After few days, you will get habitual to it and you will ask the same question when you are in dream too, which makes you to aware that you are dreaming.

5. Meditate:

The other things which may help you to have lucid dream are meditating everyday and examine your self awareness, listening to lucid dream hypnosis.

Every night just before sleeping, make a habit of saying yourself that you will lucid dream tonight. When you are succeeded in lucid dreaming, do not fear of anything, as lucid dream is a safe one.

These are just the basic tips for lucid dreaming but there are many advanced techniques available for getting a lucid dream.

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