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Lucid Dreaming

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Jofeine Anne Bondoc

on 4 January 2013

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by Jofeine Anne V. Bondoc
III-Mahogany Lucid Dreaming Frederik Van Eeden BEING AWARE THAT YOU ARE DREAMING WHEN THE DREAM IS FAR FROM REALITY ORIGIN LUCID = "MENTAL CLARITY" What is LUCID DREAMING? TWO TYPES Low-level Lucidity High-level Lucidity Lucid Dreaming Dream Control 1. During the day, repeatedly ask yourself, "Am I dreaming?" and perform some reality checks whenever you remember. 2. Keep a “dream journal.” 3. Learn the best time to have a lucid dream. 4. Try Stephen Laberge’s Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreaming technique (MILD). 5. Attempt the Wake Back to Bed technique (WBTB). 6. Try
(WILD). 7. Try doing the Diamond Method of Meditation, which can shortcut the overall learning curve of Lucid Dreaming. 8. Try marking an "A" on your palm which means "awake." 9. Get into the habit of doing reality checks. 10. Prolong lucid dreams by spinning your body or falling backwards in the dream (suspected of prolonging REM), and rubbing your hands (prevents you from feeling the sensation of lying in bed). 11. Look through previous recorded dreams in your dream journal. Procedure on how to do Lucid Dreaming References:
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