A lucid dream is a dream during which dreamers, while dreaming, are aware they are dreaming
Your dream world is just as real as your conscious world. Your dreams are expressions of your day that come from your physical brain but your dreams are also very real travels and experiences that the real you, the non-physical you, experiences while your physical body sleeps. When you become conscious during your dream state you can take control of your dream. There is so much to explore and so many places to go with Lucid Dreaming.
Self-hypnosis is an excellent tool to help you in your explorations into your dream state. Lucid Dreaming In Seven Nights, was designed using suggestions and tools that will build very quickly as you use the audio. This audio should be used a minimum of seven nights in a row. It takes seven times for brain synapses to link easily together and to begin to allow glimpses into your subconscious reality through lucid dreaming. Of course, you may use it as many times as you like, but you must use it seven times in a row (minimum), along with journaling, if you’re serious about lucid dreaming. Even people that don’t remember one single dream will begin remembering small details that build into whole dreams with committed practice.
The audio is 27 minutes in duration. Earphones are required to get the benefits of the specially designed background sound. Earbuds will not have the same effect as headphones. Earphones that are specially designed for sleeping work excellent for lucid dreaming. The audio was created using a special sound frequency that was designed to balance the hemispheres of the brain. When the left and right hemispheres are working together in a state of coherence, you are using your full brain capacity. Binaural beats were not used in creating the background sound.
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