Resources, Books, and Experiences in Lucid Dreaming
Salvador Dali was a master of surrealist art whose paintings were inspired by his dream world. He used a method of taking a, less than a quarter of a second, nap to see visuals that he painted immediately after waking from the short nap. Here’s his method…
In this episode, Amy befriends an Atlantean who shares some overwhelming news; Clay’s role as a dream guide is questioned.
Reading this episode could teach you to direct your telepathy to a specific dream character. Perhaps you can try it when you become lucid tonight!
In this episode, Amy and Clay explore Atlantis and learn a terrible secret that cannot be ignored.
Reading this episode may show you how to peer into another dream, whether it be a past, present, or simultaneous one. Perhaps you can try it out when you become lucid tonight!
Human consciousness is nothing but an intersection of energy planes that form a hologram able to travel through spacetime across the universe, and into the past, present, and future. I read about this idea in a CIA document about the US Army. When I was reading through the documents, I was certainly a bit surprised. According to the declassified CIA documents that I read…
Have you ever awoken from a particularly vivid dream to wonder what it could possibly mean? Do our nighttime reveries have real meaning and significance, or are they nothing more than random “white noise” generated as our brains recharge? In The Secret of Dreams , author Yacki Raizizun presents a remarkably comprehensive overview of the deeper meaning of these strange and wondrous mental fantasies.
A original short story by Justin Phillips. Original artwork by Shaun Power. “Clayton Garner sprung from his bed, tripping over the retro alarm clock which he must have knocked across the room in fervent kicks of a wild dream. The details were fading fast, though he could clearly remember flying through swirling vortexes in outer space with some red-haired beauty– of course none of that mattered now that he was running late for the first day at his new job.”
I remember my first, very vivid, lucid dream. It was really hard to accept for me at the time. The first instance that I remember was walking through our house around the age of 14-15, maybe. It started with me, just all of a sudden, walking through the house and wondering why it was so bright. Inside the house it was brighter than the brightness of a normal moon. The sky outside appeared brighter through the windows than a normal moon too. Everything seemingly had a glow to it.
Sovereign Abilities welcomes Justin to our website as a new author. He has a Facebook group, MindVenture Club – Lucid Daydreaming – Creative Arts – Short Stories. This club is a collection of stories, guided visualizations, immersive daydreaming and creative arts guaranteed to take you on a grand adventure without ever leaving your chair. Snuggle in, and prepare for take-off. Enjoy Justin’s newest fictional short story. The gorgeous, and original, artwork on the splash image of this post is the work of Shaun Power.
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
Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment and accepting it without judgment. Mindfulness is now being examined scientifically and has been found to be a key element in stress reduction and overall happiness. The past is already gone, the future has not yet come, you only have the present, so be mindful of it
This lucid dreaming book is beneficial not only for beginners, but also for those who already know what it feels like to have an out-of-body encounters or a lucid dream and have experience. This guidebook is devoted not only to entering the state, but also equally dedicated to controlling it. There is nothing difficult about lucid dreaming or out-of-body experiences. On average, results are reached in less than a week if attempts are made every day. More often than not, the techniques work in literally a couple of attempts
If you’re struggling with meditation, you are not alone. It’s difficult for many people to quiet the mind. We all know the vast benefits of daily meditation but getting to that quiet and peaceful state takes practice. In this two week free meditation program you will find your first steps and setup an excellent program that works on your time schedule. You will be on your way to learning your abilities through the exploration of your inner self
Sometimes our lessons happen when we’re in an altered state and sometimes when we’re in a conscious state. Regardless of when they happen…they’re important. And it’s equally important that we pay attention, keep an open mind, and try to learn as much as we can from all of these experiences
Learning to project into other realities using astral travel and lucid dreaming starts with intention. This soothing guided audio will a part of your nightly routine. It sets your intention for astral travel, lucid dreaming, or a good nights sleep.
“You’re dreaming George. You’re dreaming and you’re not quite used to it. But don’t worry you’re in good hands now.” This was not quite as helpful as I’d hoped. It was the kind of definition that left you on the outside looking in. “Well that’s good to know Mavis. I never would have guessed that being a lost soul would be so much fun.” ~ Gordon Phinn
If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed with all the techniques about experiencing other realities, Adrian gives helpful advice, and even a few shortcuts, to help you.
Tips and great methods are included to get you started experiencing altered states and remembering the experience