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5 Practical Tips for Keeping a Dream Journal

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Here are my top five tips for one of the most important elements of lucid dreaming practice: Keep it close to you Starting off with a simple self explanatory fact; if you keep your journal within close proximity to your bed, you are more likely to write your dreams while they are fresh in your mind. This includes taking it with you when you stay elsewhere or go on vacation, make sure you don't leave it behind and fall out of the habit - it is SOOO important to keep a diary of your dreams for successful lucid dreaming! Drop it like its hot The longer you leave it between waking and writing in your diary, the less you will remember. I find...

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5 most common Dream signs - how to use them to lucid dream 

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What is a Dream Sign? During the 80s a professor at Stanford university called Dr Stephen Leberge, conducted extensive research into lucid dreaming. The research in this area of interest was seldom done, nobody took any merit from the brains state during dreams. Dr Leberge wanted to explore consciousness within sleep and went about finding ways to not only prove it was doable but was incredibly beneficial. The term "Dream Sign"  was used by Dr Leberge to describe a noticeable red flag during a dream that would "give the game away" as it were and help the dreamer to recognise the dream. This would help any wannabe active dreamer to realize he/she was in a Dream and could experiment with...

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Crystals That Help You Lucid Dream

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As a continuing effort to become more accepting and open minded (and scientific), in the next few months I am going to experiment with crystals for Lucid Dreaming. I am currently learning how to clean and program the crystals for my desired purpose, and there is a lot to learn and a large amount of literature on the topic! The First crystal I am going to experiment with is Clear / Dream Quartz Quartz is traditional used for manifestation of realised ideas into the material realm, and it is also used for amplification of intention. I am going to sleep with the crystals close to my neck/throat, as it is believed by many traditions, including the Tibetan buddhists (who have practiced...

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Into the Woods & Deep Oceans

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Dreams are often cryptic and merely a symbol or a metaphor for a larger truth, a deeper question or something the subconscious would like you to address. When you dream of certain environments or situations, traditionally and culturally, they can represent a wider collective concept. It is said that myths are collective dreams of the public, and dream are personal myths that you unconsciously decide apon, but there are a few ideas that can be share between both of these areas. Going into the woods/forest/wilderness or plunging into deep water is said by many folk tales and traditions to represent going deeper into yourself. Often quite ominous environments such as these can represent the "unknown" relating to unexplored depths within....

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Autonomous Sensory Meridian Resonse

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(ASMR) signifies the subjective experience of 'low-grade euphoria' characterised by 'a combination of positive feelings, relaxation, and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin'. It typically begins 'on the scalp' before moving 'down the spine' to the base of the neck, sometimes spreading 'to the back, arms and legs as intensity increases', most commonly triggered by specific acoustic and visual stimuli including the content of some digital videos, and less commonly by intentional attentional control.   Free Spirit ASMR

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BEST CURRENT TECHNIQUE Finger Induced Lucid Dreaming

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Finger Induced Lucid Dream (FILD) FILD (Finger Induced Lucid Dream)Short Version:Simplified Directions:The Setup:1. Go to sleep. It's that simple.. No hypnosis or visualization required.2. To perform this technique, you have to be extremely close to falling asleep. The best time is either in the middle of the night, or in the morning. However, using this technique in the morning can often cause shorter LDs.3. If you want to try FILD during the night, you have to find some way to wake up. There are various methods.. Find one that works for you.4. Once you wake up, the first thing that should be on your mind is the FILD technique. Immediately relax, and try to go back to sleep how you...

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How The Dream Promoter Glasses Will Help You

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 Dream Promoter Glasses In the current period of innovation we are experiencing, it is normal to return home in the wake of a prolonged day at work or school and let out some pent up frustration by perusing a digital book or sitting in front of the TV. Researchers have advised against light-discharging gadgets before bed. Why? The light from our gadgets is "short-wavelength-enhanced," which means it has a higher convergence of blue light than common light—and blue light influences levels of the rest prompting hormone melatonin more than any other light source we come into contact with. Changes in sleep can move the body's normal sleep/wake cycle , known as its circadian rhythm. This Research has demonstrated that disruptions in...

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Do You Want To Feel 100% On Fire Every Day?

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In a recent interview with self motivational wizard Tim Ferris regarding his new book "Tools Of Titans", Tim was asked what are the MAIN consistencies he sees in the most successful billionaires, icons and world class performers in the world. He sited sleeping and waking habits being among the TOP trends running in the ultra successful community: At night they would use chilipads to regulate their temperature for better rest and in the morning they would abide by a strict routine to win the day for themselves.   This morning routine would consist of waking up early (5:30 - 6:30 am) and practicing a form of mindfulness meditation, whether its yoga, breathing exercises or just inwardly repeating a word or phrase....

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The Don'ts of Lucid Dreaming

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When you are Lucid Dreaming, it is important to give yourself spiritual nourishment, mental stimulation and bodily relaxation to top that Lucid Tank up to BLOW. There are many personal and environmental influences which can cause you to have less restful sleep, less vivid dream imagery and less critical awareness VITAL for Lucid Dreaming. I have curated a list of common habits/objects that can INHIBIT your chance to become Lucid. Stress There's no surprise here really -  stress can have a seriously negative influence on dreaming, mindful awareness and sleep overall. We all encounter stress in our lives at work, home or out in our daily world. The part of your brain that governs normal dreaming (non-lucid) is the Amygdala, which is...

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Dream Catchers Promote Positivity

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The Dream Catcher has some incredibly powerful effects on dreams and of course the waking state. I would like to share these with you today, and explain how they can help you be more successful, more creative, more loving and improve your overall mood! The Native American Tribes traditionally crafted dream catchers by hand and hung them in places of rest and relaxation to keep bad influences from entering dreams. Native American belief dictates that the air is filled with dreams and dream influences, both good and bad, and the dream catcher's job is to filter them apart. The web of the dream catcher will stop bad dreams from passing through, while the feathers catch and drip the good dreams...

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