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There are three stages to learning how to lucid dream.
You'll need to be able to: (1) recall your dreams every night, (2) discover your most frequently recurring dreamsigns, and (3) remember to recognize these dreamsigns the next time you encounter them in your dreams, in order to become lucid.
If you are committed and dedicated enough to apply various lucid dream techniques every day, you will likely have your first lucid dream after about a month, and multiple lucid dreams per week after longer periods of practice.
Have a look at our 30-day home-study Online Course in Lucid Dreaming if you like to start your lucid dream training tonight.
The first thing to learn is how to recall your dreams the moment you wake up. Dream recall is necessary in preparation of dreamsign analysis described in step two below. Recalling dreams is simple. Once you wake up from sleep, immediately ask yourself, "What did I just dream about?" Continue lying still, keep your eyes closed and be patient while trying to remember your dreams. Write down any dream or dream fragment that you are able to recall in a paper dream journal or, better yet, in our forthcoming online lucid dream journal.
Once you have written down several weeks’ worth of dreams in your journal, you can start to review your dream records and identify any recurring, dream-like features that often appear in your dreams. These recurring dream elements are called dreamsigns. Is there any particular dreamsign that has been reappearing in your dreams most frequently? Great! You've found your target dreamsign!
Now you can go to bed prepared. Before you fall asleep, say to yourself, "The next time I encounter [my target dreamsign], I will remember to know that I'm dreaming". This is one of several techniques that research has shown greatly facilitates and improves your chances of becoming lucid. Once you become lucid in your dreams, your next challenge will be to learn how to apply various dream control techniques.
It depends. Some people have their first lucid dream the very night they start practicing, while it can take others several months. As long as you’re motivated, you have time to practice and you have access to accurate information and effective lucid dreaming instruction, you are likely to have your first lucid dream within one month. If you keep at it, you will have several lucid dreams a week after six months or more of practice.
The average person has about 4 to 5 REM sleep periods every night. During these REM periods we can experience multiple dreams. In theory, you could have 4 or more lucid dreams a night. In practice, avid lucid dreamers typically have a few lengthy lucid dreams per night, which is a lot of time to embark on thrilling dream adventures!
No, but learning to lucid dream involves more than simply following a linear recipe with only a few simple steps.
You cannot learn how to run a marathon, play tennis or swing a golf club through studying a course alone. You need to be dedicated to putting the theories you learn into practice and training your brain muscle so you can become a frequent lucid dreamer. This is similar to the kind of dedication the top weightlifters show. They constantly work on their muscle tone so they can lift heavier and heavier weights. Lucid dream techniques are straightforward and easy to apply, but they take practice and commitment.
Only that you make sure you're getting enough sleep and that you have access to effective lucid dream training. Anyone who is committed can become a lucid dreamer.
At Snoozon, we offer highly effective lucid dreaming training in various formats. If you would like to learn to become a lucid dreamer at home, have a look at our Online Course in Lucid Dreaming and start with your lucid dream training tonight.
If you like a more personal learning setting, you might be interested in attending our all-inclusive Lucid Dreaming Workshop in Amsterdam with Tim Post. We would love to meet you in person and help you achieve your personal lucid dream goals.
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Learning to lucid dream requires more engagement and mental flexibility than just following a linear recipe with only a few simple steps. Lucid dreaming is like a mind game that, especially at the beginning of your training, requires considerable practice.
Imagine that your brain is a muscle. You cannot learn how to run a marathon, play tennis or swing a golf club just by taking a course alone. You need to be dedicated to putting the theories you learn into practice and training your brain muscle so you can become a frequent lucid dreamer. This is similar to the kind of dedication the top weightlifters show. They constantly work on their muscle tone so they can lift heavier and heavier weights.
If you have been practicing lucid dreaming for some time by now and have not yet enjoyed the number of lucid dreams that you would like to have, you will know what I am talking about. Learning to lucid dream requires sincerity, dedication to personal growth and the right lucid dream training.
Our Online Course in Lucid Dreaming will provide you with all the practical knowledge, techniques, exercises and support that is needed to have frequent lucid dreams, to control them and to apply them to your everyday life challenges and goals.
Our course program is based on many years of lucid dream research, particularly the research of lucid dream pioneer (and our dear colleague) Dr. Stephen LaBerge of The Lucidity Institute. The material has been structured and enhanced by the experiences we’ve had in our many years teaching lucid dreaming.
Tim Post, Founder of Snoozon. Designer of our Online Course in Lucid Dreaming.