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Lucid Dreams

OBE`s, sleep paralysis, lucid dreamers and more!
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César Alberca

on 14 May 2012

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Transcript of Lucid Dreams

Though the term was coined by a Dutch psychiatrist named Frederick van Eeden (1913), “lucid dreaming” as a phenomenon was already known since the time of Aristotle (400 B.C.) and even much earlier in Tibetan Buddhism.
Thank You
For you Attention
Hello!
We are going to...
Talk about...
1st step
Finished
2nd step
3rd Step
Start
Step by Step guide:
To start Lucid Dreaming you must had sleep about 6-8 hours before the try out.
You must be calm, fearless and determined.
As you've had 6-8 hours of sleeping before, your mind won't fall asleep quickly. Lay down on your bed and using this in your advantage focus in your and
Concentrate!
4th Step
After 15-30 min you'll see strange geometrical patterns, lines, shapes, lights, flashes... Don't interact with them.
Soon these patterns/shapes will form an 2/3 D diamentional scene. You must be careful, at this point it's easy to loose awareness. Don't interact with them either.
If you've succesfully managed to keep your awareness, at this point you will see a really vivid 3D scenario getting more vivid and stable in which you can simply "step-in" and see yourself in your dream.
Tips:
As Sofia will explain, it may occur a sleep paralysis, then you must calm down, if it increases it's intensity stop breathing. You will wake up...
I promise.

César Alberca
Sleep Paralysis
Bibliography:
What happens when we sleep?
Sofia del Barrio Rey
CMC 2012
Lucid Dreams
What are Dreams?
Sleep is a state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness
Two Basic Stages:
REM
NREM
REM
NREM
History
Tibetan Budhhists
Sir Thomas Brwone
Marquis d'Hervey de Saint-Denys
Rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep) is the stage of sleep where most of our dreams occur. It is


Characteristics
REM occupies 20-25% of total sleep.
Similar brain activity
Lucid Dreams can occur during REM
Other associated phenomena
Rapid Eye Movement
REM
Muscles
Hypnagogic hallucination
Fear
Paralyzed
OBE
Why have Lucid Dreams?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucid_dream
http://www.lucidity.com/LucidDreamingFAQ2.html
http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/sleep-disorders.html
http://dreamherbs.com/helpful-articles/cause-of-vivid-dreams/
http://www.youtube.es
There
are
many
reasons
to
have
a
lucid
dream
but
the
main
ones
are...
Adventure
Overcoming nightmares
Rehearsal
Healing
OBE'S
Out of Body Expierence is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside of one's body and, in some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place outside one's body.
Can you imagine no limitations?
Not enough time for studying or practising?
The power of mind is enormous
Fight your darker fears from the inside
What are Lucid Dreams?
Are they important?
How can I achieve one?
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