Lucid Dreaming Secrets Unveiled: Quick Start Guide to Lucid Dreaming
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  • 1. Lucid Dreaming Quick Start Guide 1
  • 2. Lucid Dreaming Quick Start Guide There is no question that your first lucid dream will be the hardest to achieve. This is the perfect guide designed for beginners to experience lucid dreams in the quickest time possible. Our research shows that it takes on average 2-21 days for any beginner to start experiencing lucid dreams. This variation is mainly due to several factors such as "How well do you recall dreams? How much time can you give to practicing mental exercises", "Do you have a well developed critical thinking faculty?" and so on. Lucid dreaming isn't that difficult. The key here is to have fun so that you're consistent with your approach in practicing the steps to Lucid Dreaming. Below are some KEY ESSENTIAL STEPS that you should focus on to facilitate lucid dreaming Step 1: Write into your dream journal every morning A dream journal helps in dream recall. Most people tend to forget about their dreams 5 minutes after waking up. Keeping a dream journal is fun and easy. Nothing complicated. Just find any notebook and start writing into them as soon as you woke up. Do note down the date for each dream, write down any interesting highlights from the dream... sketching strong images from the dreams would all aid in your dream recall ability Step 2: Practice at least 20 minutes of mindful meditation at least 2-3 times a week Meditation has many benefits in our lives - relaxation, better concentration and allowing us to center ourselves. Scientists have shown a direct link between meditation and lucid dreaming as meditation increases your self awareness Step 3: Raise your awareness and consciousness during your waking life During the day, repeatedly ask "Am I dreaming" and perform some reality checks whenever you remember. With practice, if it happens enough, you will automatically remember it during your dreams and do it. Step 4: Practice reality checks frequently and consciously Perform at least 5-10 reality checks in a day 2
  • 3. Lucid Dreaming Quick Start Guide Get into the habit of doing reality checks. Do at least three reality checks every time something seems out of the ordinary, strongly frustrating, or nonsensical, and that habit will carry on into your dreams. In a dream, these will tell you that you are sleeping, allowing you to become lucid. In order to remember to do reality checks in dreams, you need to establish a habit of doing reality checks in real life. One way to do a reality check is to look for "dream signs" (elements that frequently occur during your dreams, look for these in your dream journal), or things that would not normally exist in real life, and then conduct the reality checks. When these actions become habit, a person will begin to do them in her or his dreams, and can come to the conclusion that he/she is dreaming. Frequently doing reality checks can stabilize dreams. This is also known as DILD (Dream Induced Lucid Dreams). Some tactics include: Looking at a digital clock to see if it stays constant; Looking at a body of text, looking away, and then looking back to see if it has changed; Flipping a light switch; Looking in a mirror (your image will most often appear blurry or not appear at all in a dream). However, your figure can be horribly disfigured in a mirror, frightening you into nightmare or a dream. Pinching your nose closed and trying to breathe; Glancing at your hands, and asking yourself, "am I dreaming?" (when dreaming, you will most often see greater or fewer than five fingers on your hand); Jumping in the air; you are usually able to fly during dreams Poking yourself; when dreaming, your "flesh" might be more elastic than in real life; a common reality check is pushing your finger through the palm of your hand; Try leaning against a wall. In dreams, you will often fall through walls. Step 5: Start making a PLAN of what you'll do in your first lucid dream Fly over cities, jump over skyscrapers, talk to your subconscious mind through dream characters? Have a plan in mind. 3
  • 4. Lucid Dreaming Quick Start Guide Step 6 : Master at least 1 in-depth Lucid Dreaming technique listed in the main manual You don't need to master all the techniques at the start. Just start with one. Conclusion Be consistent with your approach. And I promise you that you'll experience your first lucid dream in no time. Don't be too serious. Have fun with the approach. You'll be thrilled when you have your first lucid dream! 4