Thursday, 24 October 2013

Lucid Dream Induction - How To Remember Your Dreams

Many of you know that a few method for lucid dream induction involve being able to possess dream recall so that you can remember you dream signs that when you notice when you are dreaming will become a point of realisation to trigger your mind awake.

It can be very difficult to remember your dreams however with these tips I hope to make it easier for you so that you can be in control of your dreams!

Lucid Dream Induction - Make Sure You Get Enough Sleep...

If you want to have you first lucid dream then you will need to make sure that you are getting enough sleep every night. You can't expect to have 5 or 6 hours sleep and still dream of flying through the stars. You need to have 8 hours sleep to experience the full REM process!

The first dream you will have is very short and you won't remember it at all, after that your dreams will start to get longer and longer and the longer they are the easier they will be to remember which is why you want to aim to get at least 8 hours sleep.

If you can't do this during a normal week due to work then try to do it during the weekend.

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