Lucid dreaming is easy to learn. It’s usually much easier to achieve than an Astral Projection. If you try a few different techniques for lucid dreaming, you will see results quickly because in the dream state we are much more psychically attuned.
A lucid dream is a dream during which dreamers, while dreaming, are aware they are dreaming. We have all experienced lucid dreams at some point and most of us remember those dreams very vividly. Follow this simple technique and you might have your first lucid dream, on the first night
In a study where MILD (Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams) was used, more than half the people who used the simple technique ended up having at least one lucid dream in the week they started practicing; they also went from experiencing these dreams about one night out of eleven to about one night in six
Gordon Phinn brings his book to a conclusion with the final two chapters. This has been a fun book to read each week.
Next week Gordon starts his weekly column here on Sovereign Abilities. Don’t miss it!
The Deity Is Not Up For Discussion continues with chapter seven
“I wondered where on earth I was. Not on earth was the answer. Galactic Federation Central was the reply to my where then? Sounded terribly sci-fi somehow. I found myself in a gallery overlooking a rectangular space engaged in a very civilized debate. There was no shouting or waving of hands, and truth be told, not much moving of lips either. I did not have headphones on, but it felt as though I did, as the comments of various delegates were, well, in my head, sort of…”