What exactly in lucid dreaming?

A lucid dream is a fantasy where the dreamer knows that they are dreaming. Nearly 51% to 82% of individuals report encountering a lucid dream at least once in their lives. The interesting fact about lucid dreams that differentiates them from the regular ones is that, during a lucid dream, there are things that happen in your dream you might have certain kind of control on.


It is even more fascinating to know that lucid dreamers have techniques they use to influence their brains to dream a certain way. Ever seen episodes of Sherlock Holmes where he goes into a state of mind where he solves problems which he finds difficult while being in normal conscious. This is one of the famous examples of lucid dreaming, where he is able to figure out things much clearer without distraction from the reality.

For instance, if you are someone who is reserved and doesn’t socialize much, lucid dreams might help you deal with the shyness. You could actually engage with people and do a lot of public speaking making it easier for you to communicate fluently with folks in the real world. Sounds crazily amazing, isn’t it?

While some fear that lucid dreaming could bring unnecessary fears and stress, there are a few others who believe they could deal with a lot of life problems through their lucid dreams. So, how does one train his brain to lucid dream?

1. Focus on your dream


Spend time simply talking, writing, or imaging about what you wish to dream. Stay away from distractions such as watching a movie, or listening to music that will divert you from focusing on your dream.

2. Keep your bedroom cozy


Only a comfortable, dark, and cozy room can help you dream at ease. Using mobile phones and other gadgets will definitely not help you enter the phase of lucid dreaming. The quieter your surrounding is, the faster you can dream.

3. Do reality checks


Lucid dreaming is a fine line between sleeping and being awake. There are chances that you are still awake but your mind forges you that you’ve gone into the dreaming zone. Simply push your finger against the palm of the other hand. If you’ve stepped into the dream state, your finger will go through the palm, it means you’ve already started dreaming and if it doesn’t, you are still awake.

4. Write everything down


Once you wake up from sleep, make sure you write down everything you remember about the dream. This will help you understand if you had a lucid dream.

Lucid dreaming is an amazing way to walk past your fears and problems. But, spending too much time on non-reality isn’t advisable to your mental health.

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