Lucid Dreaming – An Introduction

By LCDreamer in Happiness, Manifesting Dreams, Meditation, Success, Visions, Visualization on December 21st, 2013 / One Comment

For as long as there have been blank spots on the map, there have been pioneers—those unafraid of the fringe, who relish the untamed, the unknown, and the undiscovered. These individuals are inspired by the adventurous impulse to survey new ground, to chart new territory, or to discover new ideas.

They are the innovators, creators, visionaries, and explorers.

Today we find ourselves on the brink of yet another frontier. You, with this article, are about to enter this unknown world. Where are you going? What’s left that hasn’t already been mapped out?

The only blank spots left are in the depths of the sea and in the vastness of outer space, but you won’t be going to either of these places. This journey is a tad different. You won’t find this place on any map. Although with lucid dreaming you too can visit the depths of the ocean or make a moonlanding al by yourself.

Lucid dreams offer the possibility to transform your fantasies in dreamreality. Also lucid dreamers don’t run away from menacing dreamfigures and situations, but start a dialogue.
By this method they gain insight in themselves, because a lucid dreamer is able to interpret their dreamimages ‘live’.

You’re not a stranger to this land. In fact you’ve traveled there every night of your life, whether you realize it or not. You leave your familiar world and experience this place, which has its own rules, customs, laws, and native population. You can traverse this frontier just like you’d walk through a forest. Here, you can learn, discover, explore, and travel to a different reality.

By now you allready now what I’m talking about: dreams! The goal of my articles is to help you explore your dreams using the ancient art of lucid dreaming. I will explain what lucid dreaming is and how you too can use it to explore your own subconscious. I’ll teach you how to become an so called “oneironaut”, This word, which is derived from Greek, means dream navigator.

Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming. A lucid dreamer is able to go to sleep at night and wake up within his or her dream. With this unique awareness, you can generally behave like someone who is awake, exercising the free will, imagination, and memory of waking life. Once lucid, you can explore and even change elements of the dream.

If you were to travel down the Amazon River, you’d need a field guide to tell you which plants to eat, how to navigate the terrain, and what to do when dealing with the natives. Consider this book your field guide to the dream world, a map to navigate through your subconscious. If you’re a newcomer to lucid dreaming, the idea of exploring your subconscious may seem crazy or daunting.

Don’t you worry, we searched for the best techniques out there, made some improvements, and then boiled them down to their simplest forms. For those of you who have already experienced lucid dreaming, this guide will help you master this ability while traveling beyond what you thought was possible.

With lucid dreaming the sky is the limit!


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One Response to “Lucid Dreaming – An Introduction”

  1. D.Bheemeswar Says:

    Good to read. this looks similar to that what in India call it as YOGA NIDRA ( sleep yoga) a typical sleep meditation in which one is aware of around / distance and yet sleeps that is neither they are asleep or awake. For example when Dhuryodhana entered the place of Krishna for seeking his support Krishna pretends he was asleep, so Dhuryodhana waits near the head side, then enters Arujuna and seeing Krishna was sleep waits near the leg side. To my knowledge some of the saints/sages use this technique for different purposes called as thrikala gnanam (for knowing past, present and future) and use it very rarely, as it needs a lot of energy recouping is difficult at the present age.

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