Cassy\'s Stupid Microsoft Office Project.

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  • I was surprised to see your article. I can catch myself right before going to sleep (By watching lines under my lids; they begin to turn into cute creatures.) And now I can see them even with my eyes open. I can even control much about the creatures. So I really enjoyed your article. thanks.
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  1. 1. Lucid Dreaming
  2. 2. What IS Lucid Dreaming? The term “Lucid dreaming” means dreaming while knowing that you ARE dreaming! It usually begins in the midst of a dream when the dreamer realizes that the experience is not occurring in physical reality.. … but is a dream.
  3. 3. Is Lucid Dreaming the same as "Dream Control"? However, becoming lucid in a dream is likely to increase the extent to which you can deliberately influence the course of events. Lucidity is not synonymous with dream control. It is possible to be lucid and have little control over dream content, and conversely, to have a great deal of control without being explicitly aware that you are dreaming. - - -
  4. 4. Why Have Lucid Dreams? People often ask, "Why should I want to have lucid dreams? What are they good for?“… The Answer? … And, who wouldn’t enjoy that? You are restricted only by your ability to imagine and conceive, not by laws of physics or society.
  5. 5. Can Natural Herbs Induce Lucidity? Indeed! Most herbs , vitamins , amino acids , and minerals help you dream more and recall dreams better. … They may even bring upon lucid dreams! -Examples of Herbs - Valerian, Mullein, Licorice Root, Jasmine, Honeysuckle, Bee Pollen, Hops, Mimosa, Lavender, Passionflower, Chamomile, Rose, Cinnamon, Marigold, Nutmeg, Peppermint, Holly, Yarrow and Anise.
  6. 6. How Do I Learn To Have Lucid Dreams? Lucid dream induction techniques help focus intention and prepare a critical mind. The two essentials of learning lucid dreaming are: Motivation AND Effort Note: Although most people report occasional spontaneous lucid dreams, they rarely occur without intending it. Experiment and Observe [Lucid dreaming is easier than you may think]
  7. 7. Can I Prevent Premature Awakening? Fact: A common problem for beginners is remaining in the dream after becoming Lucid. >Becoming too excited that you are dreaming, wakes you up right away- There are many reasons for being excited, but it will only work against your goal. You need to suppress that feeling… >If your dream show signs of ending: You might want to try other commands like: - “ Increase lucidity now !” - “ Create visuals now !” - “ Stay calm !”
  8. 8. Can Lucid Dreaming be Dangerous? >Your behavior strongly influences your experience in both worlds. >Lucid dreams can be signposts for how you can make your waking reality more exciting and enjoyable . +Concluding that they are not dangerous! (As a matter of fact lucid dreams can be inspirations for how to act and improve in reality).
  9. 9. Once You're Finally Lucid... > You might want to try to find out how conscious you are, make sure that the logical part of your brain is functioning and that all your senses are working. > You need to remember your intent, do some math tasks, recall a few things from your life, what time it is, what date it is, where you are and stuff like that. Look around you and observe things . Make sure that you are in a dream, not in “hypnagogic” imagery. [Remember: All senses should be working including tactile feelings ]
  10. 10. Now It's Your Turn! > Discover ENDLESS possibilities! > Do WHATEVER your mind desires! > YOU have the ability to control what happens! Presentation Made by: Cassandra Douglas Go explore the world of Lucid Dreaming...

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