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  • 3. Objectives ₰ What is a dream? ₰ Why do we dream? ₰ Do dream come true? ₰ Can you control your dream? ₰ Types of controlling your dream. ₰ Lucid
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  • 5. What is a dream? Dreams are successions ofimages, ideas, emotions and sensations occurringinvoluntarily in the mind during certain stages ofsleep. The content and purpose of dreams are notyet understood, though they have been a topic ofspeculation and interest throughout recordedhistory. The scientific study of dreams is knownas
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  • 7. I t i s d i f f i c u l t t o e x p l a i n t h e f u n c t i o n o f d r e a mi n g . D e s p i t e ma n y t h e o r i e s , s c i e n t i s t s s t i l l d o n o t c o mp l e t e l y u n d e r s t a n d t h e p u r p o s e o f d r e a m i n g . Wh a t w e d o k n o w s o f a r i s t h a t d r e a mi n g i s a wa y o f s o r t i n g a n d s h u f f l i n g v a r i o u s e v e n t s t h a t h a p p e n d u r i n g y o u r wa k i n g h o u r s . A d r e a m i s n o t h i n g b u t t h e s u c c e s s i o n o f i ma g e s t h a t p a s s t h r o u g h y o u r mi n d d u r i n g s l e e p
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  • 11. ₰ Ordinary Dreaming ₰ Power dreaming ₰ Consciousness dreaming ₰ Lucid powerless dreaming ₰ Lucid dreaming ₰ Absolute
  • 12. Knowing Feeling
  • 13. Ordinary Dreaming Consciousness
  • 14. Power dreaming Lucid powerless
  • 15. Lucid dreaming Absolute
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  • 17. A lucid dream is a dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. The term was coined by the Dutch psychiatrist and writer Frederik (Willem) van Eeden (1860–1932).In a lucid dream, the dreamer can actively participate in and manipulate imaginary experiences in the dream environment.Lucid dreams can seem real and
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  • 19. 10. Motivation & Set the Intention 9. Your Sleep Posture and Relaxation 8. Spontaneous Lucidity 7. Dream Characters 6. Dream Themes 5. Increase your Self-Awareness by Reality Chec 4. Observe Your Hypnologic Imagery 3. Fall Asleep Consciously 2. Enter the Dream World 1. Control and Explore your
  • 20. 10. Motivation & Set the Intention₰ Lucid Dreaming is the ability to have vivid self-awareness while dreaming.₰ Imagine waking up in your dreams with theability to do anything, meet anyone, go anywhere…₰ Everybody has the capacity to learn how to havelucid dreams – it just takes motivation and practice.The more skilled you become at meditation andentering altered states of awareness on demand, theeasier it is to go lucid at will.₰ And once you make the decision to becomeconscious in your dreams, it has the potential tocompletely change your relationship with your innerself forever.
  • 21. ₰ Close your eyes and lie on your back. ₰ Take three deep breaths in and out. Feel your body sinking into the bed, and let go of all the tension in your muscles. Enjoy the feeling of relaxation, and focus on your intention to control your dreams. ₰ Allow any thoughts to pass you by, without interacting with them. Keep your body totally relaxed and still. Repeat over in your mind: “One. The next scene will be a dream. Two. The next scene will be a dream. Three…” etc. ₰ This will set your intention and keep your mind alert while your body slowly drifts back to
  • 22. 8. Spontaneous Lucidity  This occurs when you suddenly realize “I’m dreaming!” for no apparent reason.  Or perhaps your dream became so strange that your conscious self awareness kicked in. Spontaneous lucidity relies mostly on luck. However, by increasing your self awareness during the day time you can train yourself to recognize the dream state better, and thereby learn how to become lucid in dreams with ease.  Through regular meditation and lucid dreaming, you can become a lot more self
  • 23. 7. Dream Characters Think A Character For Your
  • 24.  Make a Theme For your dream…  Imagine a Situation for your dream..  Themes can be like with your friends.  host house theme.  Amusement park themes.  Anything you can dream….  Have a theme for your
  • 25. Breathing – can you hold your nose and mouth shut and still breathe? Jumping – when you jump, do you float back down? Reading – can you read a sentence twice without it changing? Vision – is your vision clearer or blurrier than normal? Hands - can you push your right fingers through your left hand? Time – can you read a clock face or digital watch? Magic - can you fly, shape shift, or walk through walls? Lights - do light switches work properly? Mirrors – does your reflection look normal in the mirror? Memory – what day is it and what are you doing now? Logic – can you add up two numbers for a correct answer?
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  • 28. In this stage you enter the world of dreams… You can walk, fly, float…. Visualize what you need… The Dream is yours………
  • 29. The final part is the most fascinating. After stepping into lucid dream, the single most important goal of your subconscious is to control your dreams. Now, imagine what it would be like to realize you are dreaming.  Imagine you are back in the last dream you can remember and re-live the ending. But this time, become conscious within the dream.  Look around you and see everything in high definition. Smell the scent of the air. Feel the ground underfoot. Engage all your senses. This is the key to increasing self awareness in dreams. This powerful visualization technique is excellent for becoming lucid, especially if you do it as you fall asleep. That is the secret to Lucid
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