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Worst Dream Or Best Nightmare?

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Quiz
Root into my frames!
Worst Dream Or Best Nightmare
By: Grace O. Gillis
What is Lucid Dreaming?
You'll Want To Know All About it!
Interview
Questions
Tests: These tests will tell you that you're in a dream.
1.
Meditate for 10min every night.
REM Period
Your REM period is 8-10min its
when you are in your lightest
sleep. Your eyes can move
around under you eyelids.
Scientists thought that this
was the only the only time you can dream
but now they have figured out that you can
dream just about any time of night and we do dream every night.34
Questioning yourself
In a Lucid Dream you can ask yourself questions that you could never answer in your conscious liƒe. This is because you have more brain power you have your conscious and subconscious mind working.
Worst Dream Or Best Nightmare?
Lucid Dreaming takes brain power!
photo (cc) by jfh686 @flickr
-Do you remember more good dreams or bad?
-Do you know what Lucid Dreaming is?
-Would you ever attend a workshop on Lucid Dreaming?
-Are your dreams usually short or long?
-Do real life sounds ever enter your dreams?
-Do you remember most of your dreams? (and remember you dream every night)
-Do you ever remember things from real life being in your dreams, sometimes in a twisted way?
Lucid Dreaming
Lucid Dreaming is when you are fully aware that you are dreaming and can tell yourself to do things like fly. You'll never have a nightmare again!
Have you ever had a dream that you just don't want to wake up from? A dream where you soar through the sky? That's what you can do when you Lucid Dream. You could make yourself do that every night!
You have to know Lucid Dreaming takes a little while to get into. Sometimes as much as 2 months or more! There are a few steps to follow before you can take in this awesome ability!
Have you ever Lucid Dreamed?
If you have ever Lucid Dreamed you will know that you feel powerful! This is because both your subconscious and conscious mind are working it takes double the brain power!
How to Lucid Dream
3 steps to Lucid Dream
2.
Do these tests ( listed in next slide) everyday 10 times until you begin to do them in your dreams.

3.
And... LUCID DREAM!
Tests
Here are the tests you have to do to successfully Lucid Dream:

1. Look in a mirror - If your face or hair style is different and you never changed it, then you're in a dream.

2. Ask someone if you're in a dream - People in the awake world will think you're crazy, but in a dream they will deny it, or they might just tell it straight out.

3. Push your fist into your palm - In a dream your fist would go through your palm.(this one of the most common tests.)

These tests are used to become a Lucid Dreamer.
The more times you do them the more they become a habit, just like brushing your teeth. When they become a habit you will do them in your dreams. When you do the palm test or the mirror test, etc., you will then learn you are in a dream, making you fully aware.
meditation: This will help relax your mind just to focus on your dreams.
Ever wonder what you would look like in 20 years?
During this time your brain can show you things from infant ages, or pictures of you in the future and this is all by your common knowledge!
Interview Answers
Clare C.: Bad, no, yes, no, yes, yes, short, no, no, yes.

Elena S.: Bad, no, yes, no, yes, yes, feel-medium, sometimes, no, yes.

Nathaniel: Good, yes, yes, created a city - flew, yes, probably, feel long, no, no, yes.

Ms. Stidolph: Adventurous, yes - 4th grade, yes, "I had lots of nightmares so I used to tell myself a story and the story would continue in my dream, definitely, feel long, yes, no, yes.

Sophia: Bad, no, yes, no, yes, yes, long, sometimes, yes, yes.
-If you have ever experienced Lucid Dreaming can you describe a Lucid Dream you have had?
-Would you like to have a Lucid Dream?
-Have you ever experienced Lucid Dreaming?
Lucid Dreaming is when you are fully aware that you are dreaming and can make yourself do things in your dreams; for example, fly high above the trees!
Answers to Quiz Q's
The End!
You've reached the end of the tree! But it's not over! Go to my tri-board named Worst Dream Or Best Nightmare to see more info on lucid dreaming!
Let's Review- You took my quiz and found out what you knew about dreaming. You saw my interviews and got information on what others think. You learned about what scientists have said and learned about Lucid dreaming already. Now you have learned all you need to know! Make sure to interview yourself (there is a sample interview at my table). Try to remember your dreams - they're really special you know!
Q #1: Out of all places you could sleep, where are you most likely to lucid dream? (A friend's house or your own comfortable home?)
Q #2: Why does your body let you dream?
Q #3: what do you call a scientist who studies dreams?
Q #3: A sleep psychologist studies dreams. Dreaming is a big part of psychology and sleep is where, or when you dream!
Q #1: A friends house is where you would most likely lucid dream because you are in a different environment where you have more to think about and you are not used to the place you are sleeping.
Q #2: Your body lets you dream because it's an adaptation that your mind creates to get out unneeded information.
(Go to my tri-board and take the interview yourself!)
I'm powerful!
And I'm dreaming!
I HOPE YOU LIKED LOVED MY PREZI!
What I Studied
I dug deeper into dreaming than this.
Thanks
Thanks for watching my Prezi! Hope you learned a lot!
Wow! That was hard to understand!
A dream isn't really something your heart makes! It's your brain that does all the work!
What part of the brain makes you dream?
It's something called the
pineal

gland.
When you are asleep or almost asleep, it takes all your thoughts, emotions, and extraneous information

and releases it through dreams.

Foundation
Before we begin, let's find out what you know about dreaming....
WATCH THIS AWESOME VIDEO!
LUCID DREAMING!!!!
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Sources
google (not sure URL)

google images

prezi (obviously)

wiki
Hi I'm Daisy!
animals do dream just like anyone else does!
You dream awesome things so try having a dream journal write down your dreams and you could even share them!
Dream Journal
DREAMS!!!
I want one so bad!
Newest iPhone
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