Friday, 13. October 2006
Lucid Dreaming Guide
You can also take advantage of your lucid dreams by confronting your fears, trying to understand your dreamsymbols (they are there so why not just ask them what they mean?), or ask for answers to your questions. You can use your dreams to gain knowledge about yourself and to grow spiritually.
|Have you ever controlled your dreams?|
Don't take your dreams for granted. In dreams, things happen that don't happen in daily life. But when you dream, you are convinced that what you see is reality.
When you are at work, and your boss appears to be a pink monster with tentacles, won't you at least start thinking that that is slightly strange? In real life, you would, but in a dream you don't. In a dream, everything that happens is absolutely normal.
Most people are accustomed to the fact that "dreams are just dreams", and that you can't do anything about them. In fact, some people are convinced that they don't even dream.
However, it is possible to 'wake up' inside the dream-- to realize that your boss normally goes through life in a human form, and from there to realize that you must be dreaming. This is called lucid dreaming.
When you become lucid in a dream, you can transform yourself into an animal, become invisible, fly away through a window, materialize a Ferrari in mid-air, step through a mirror or change your mother-in-law into a teddybear. In short: you can do everything you can imagine.
Here you will learn how to become aware of the dreaming state so you can take control of your dreams. You will also find more background information on the phenomenon lucid dreaming, as well as things to do while lucid.
- your online guide on lucid dreaming, dream control and conscious dreams - realized, painted and written by pasQuale.
Ideal for beginners and experienced users.
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