Lucid Dreams

Lucid Dreams

  • Facts and Information about Lucid Dreams
  • What are Lucid Dreams? Definition
  • How to Have Lucid Dreams
  • Supplements used for the induction of vivid and lucid dreams
  • DMAE for the induction
  • Lecithin, Galantamine and Vitamin B6
  • REM Sleep

Dreams
Dreams tend to have two different types of meanings: a general meaning where the dream is told as a symbolic story and an individual meaning, which is specific to the dreamer. Dreams often mirror real life experiences but can also include fantasies.

 
 

But wouldn't it be wonderful to control what we dream about? In lucid dreams the dreamer becomes aware that they are dreaming while the dream is in progress. As a lucid dream continues the waking mind gains control. We have only just begun to examine the process of lucid dreaming, having a conscious dream. There is some evidence that the ancients from various cultures experienced lucid dreams but this is a completely new concept in modern times. If you able to develop an ability to experience this type of dream the possibilities are endless. Anything you care to imagine can happen in your dream. Have you ever wanted to experience of flying like a bird, to become a rock star, to meet people that you have known or would like to know. Anything is possible with lucid dreams...

What are Lucid Dreams? Definition
Definition: A lucid dream, also known as a conscious dream, is where the dreamer becomes aware that they are dreaming while the dream is in progress. As a lucid dream continues the waking mind gains control.

 

How To Have Lucid Dreams
Some people experience this type of dreaming spontaneously. It is, however, often possible to learn how to increase instances of lucid dreaming. This enables the dreamer to increase their capacity to affect the course of the dream as events unfold. Before attempting to increase your instances it is importance to have developed your skills in Dream Recall and improving your dream memory. Some Lucid dreams are easier than others to control and complete control is probably never possible. Some tips and help on how to have lucid dreams are as follows:

 
  • Learn how to improve your dream memory and keep a record of your dreams

  • Your thoughts will therefore be concentrated on the importance of your dreams

  • Learn about your personal sleep patterns and identify the best times to have this type dream, the following information will help with this:

    • Studies indicate that a nap taken a few hours after waking in the morning is the most common time to have a lucid dream, so try to have a morning nap

    • Dreams are strongly associated with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep during which brain activity is like wakefulness. Lucid dreams are therefore strongly associated with REM sleep

    • REM sleep is more abundant just before waking up so the probability of experiencing lucid dreams increases at this time.

  • Prepare yourself for lucid dreaming by asking yourself this question “Am I dreaming?” several times during the day, then you will prone to ask yourself this in a dream

  • Dreams usually run in 90-minute cycles during sleep so set your alarm clock to wake you up 4, 5½, or 6 hours after falling asleep in an attempt to disturb an existing dream and induce lucid dreaming

  • When trying to induce such a dreams imagine that you are in your previous dream, making yourself aware that you are dreaming

  • Concentrate on the idea by repeating in your head a phrase such as "I will be aware that I'm dreaming" as a process of self-suggestion

  • Pre-determine what you want to achieve in a lucid dream whilst you are still awake

  • Concentrate on what you would like to dream about

  • Keep practising and you will achieve the ability to have lucid dreams

 

Supplements used for induction
Several drugs and supplements have been shown to improve the probability of a lucid dream occurring and/or increase the length of such a dream these include Galantamine and Alpha-GPC, an amino acid blend made up of 2000 mg L-aspartic acid, 4000 mg L-glutamine, and 300 mg L-theanine can greatly increase the odds of having a lucid dream, Melatonin has been shown clinically to increase the time spent in REM sleep and Vitamin B6 can increase dream vividness when taken with tryptophan due to the role that this vitamin plays in the conversion of tryptophan to serotonin.

 

DMAE for the induction of lucid dreams
The naturally-occurring nutrient DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) has been used for the induction of lucid dreams. DMAE is a naturally-occurring nutrient found in seafood such as anchovies and sardines and apparently no serious adverse effects have ever been reported with DMAE.

Lecithin
Supplements of lecithin / chorine have also been taken by people to increase their odds of having a lucid dream.

Lucid Dreams

  • Facts and Information about Lucid Dreams
  • What are Lucid Dreams? Definition
  • How to Have Lucid Dreams
  • Supplements used for the induction of vivid and lucid dreams
  • DMAE for the induction
  • Lecithin, Galantamine, Chlorine and Vitamin B6
  • REM Sleep
 

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