Lucid dreaming is the capability to knowingly observe and regulate your dreams. It changes your internal dream world right into a living alternating truth - where everything you see, hear, feel, taste or even smell is as genuine as real life.
Lucidity happens throughout transformed states of awareness when you understand you are dreaming - and your brain changes right into waking mode inside the dream. In regular dreams, your self-awareness is closed down. That's why they usually feel blurry and remote.
Yet when lucid, the conscious brain wakes up throughout sleep. This is a secure and natural state. It is not anything spooky or paranormal (in fact, out of body encounters are believed to be described by the lucid dream state). With lucid dreams, you are constantly asleep in bed. And if you want to, you could wake up on your own. When you become lucid, you can explore the internal operations of your mind with total freedom.
Lucid dreaming is highly beneficial for a person seeking personal and spiritual growth especially nowadays when we are experiencing a spiritual awakening. It can help you get past the false reality that your mind has made up. When you understand (through lucid dreaming) that the world around you is nothing but a false reality made up by your own mind, you become unstoppable in life.
What exactly is a lucid dream?
Lucid dreaming as a transformational practice has two main characteristics:
You are aware that you’re dreaming.
You have a high level of control over your dream - which allows you to envision vivid scenarios, and through them access specific information and even trigger tangible transformation in your waking life.
And although some people believe in a spiritual dimension to lucid dreaming, there is also a clear scientific explanation for it:
Which is that you are simply training yourself to consciously function within an alternate state of mind - the one you descend into every night as you sleep.
Most people spend 1/3 of their lives in this state, without ever discovering its true potential.
And when you learn how to reclaim it, you gain a clear path to otherwise unreachable dimensions of your mind and inner intelligence.
In lucid dreaming you can upgrade key areas of your life through the hours you spend sleeping. According to a Gallup study, Americans currently sleep 6.8 hours on average at night, which is equivalent to 2,482 hours a year or roughly 21 years for a person living up to the age of 75.
If you are willing, you can use these hours as the opportunity for growth and expansion.
Even professional athletes use lucid dreaming to upgrade their physical skills in waking life. Lucid dreaming is very effective in helping you overcome obstacles, attract synchronicities and awaken your creative genius.
There is also a link between lucid dreaming and meditation that makes meditators better lucid dreamers.
By deliberately changing elements in your dream life, you can learn to confront many of your problems at their origin in your own mind, rather than years later in the therapist’s office. ~ Patricia Garfield, a dream researcher with a Ph.D.
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This is about the fascinating practice of lucid dreaming – a powerful dream state where you become aware, you’re dreaming as you dream.