I’ve been trying to lucid dream for a while, but I sort of stopped when school started. But now I’m planning on getting back on track. I have a dream journal already so that’s set. So what other methods do you think will be good? I’ve been looking on the internet but I can’t really find anything ‘convenient’ for me.
Programing The Brow Chakra
Just in between and slightly above your eyebrows is an organic valve or energy center also known as the “brow chakra.” This brow chakra is the seat of your ability to use logic (you can use logic to gain full consciousness within your dream), perception (which is your ability to use insight and also to understand things without the conscious use of logic), and also psychic power, such as clairvoyance, precognition, telepathy, etc.
1.) The Daytime Meditation Technique:
Go and find a comfortable place to sit down and relax. Close your eyes and visualize your thalamus gland inside your brain. Now visualize your thalamus gland glowing very brightly with bioelectric energy. Now see in your imagination a white mental cinema scree/huge white movie screen. Fire your mental laser from your thalamus gland into the upper left hand corner of the mental cinema screen and begin moving your thalamus laser clockwise, slowly. You are now moving your mental laser clockwise from the upper left hand corner of the mental cinema screen and following your mental laser is a wavering blue flame. Continue doing this until your entire mental cinema screen is completely filled with a blue flame. For a little while, visualize this blue flame mental cinema screen. Then visualize the blue flames disappearing and now you simple have a blue cinema screen in front of you. Now see an image of yourself on this mental cinema screen and try to visualize your brow chakra. The color of this brow chakra can be indigo (bluish black) or amethyst purple. Fire your powerful mental laser into your brow chakra with the “intention” of programing it to give you fully conscious lucid dreams and also, flawless logic & perception. Or perhaps you can even program it to also give you psychic powers. Continue with this mental exercise for about 30 minutes. You must do this mental exercise every single day for about one year or eighteen months until your brow chakra is permanently awakened. You may go to http://www.wikkipedia.com and see more about the thalamus gland.
If the above technique doesn’t really appeal to you, then try the below technique.
2.) Nighttime Mediation Technique: When you lie down to go to sleep, begin to visualize your brow chakra, only this time, see your brow chakra glowing very brightly with energy. I prefer to visualize my brow chakra glowing very brightly with deep amethyst purple. Okay, while you’re visualizing this, begin repeating an affirmation like this one, “I WILL NOW HAVE A LONG LASTING, FULLY CONSCIOUS & BLISSFUL OOB LUCID DREAM.” You must repeat this affirmation 100x while doing the visualizing your chakra glowing. Your chakra doesn’t necessarily have to be a purple color, it can be a very bright white glowing color if you like. After about two weeks of repeating the above affirmation, you’ll be able to repeat it without even thinking. After one month of repeating this affirmation, you’ll notice how your dreams will become more and more lucid. Within seven months, you might even master lucid dreaming by then.
In the above affirmation I used the term OOB which means Out Of Body.
I myself prefer to use both of the above techniques.
3.) It might also be a good idea to keep and maintain a dream journal. When you wake up from your dream make sure that you write down with as much grueling detail as possible what you saw in your dreams. This will help entrain you to remember your dreams.
4.) The Nova Dreamer Mask: This breakthrough in lucid dream technology might help you out if you disagree with the above mediational techniques. http://lucidity.com/novadreamer.html
You might also want to check out this truly awesome website to learn about what sort of fantastic things can be achieved through lucid dreaming. http://faqs.org/faqs/dreams-faq/lucid-dreaming-faq/
Make sure that you read 2.21 in the above link at Lars Lucid Dream Faq, okay? You’ll love it!
Did you know that if you master lucid dreaming well enough, that you can freeze time in your dream and stay there for long periods of time? You can even use lucid dreaming as a doorway into remote viewing or astral projection.
Its very important that you never use mind altering drugs including marijuana. Don’t drink alcoholic beverages. Don’t use any kind of pharmaceutical tranquilizers or antidepressants while you’re doing this meditational work or you will fail. If you use tobacco, then it would be advisable to stop smoking because the nicotine will hinder your ability to use your thalamus laser. These are things that I know from actual experience.
Very highly recommended books:
1.) Adventures Beyond The Body, by William Buhlman
2.) The Secret Of The Soul, by William Buhlman
3.) Remote Viewing, by Tim Rifat
4.) Energy Medicine, by Donna Eden
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It’s like going to Narnia. If you expect it to happen, it never will. Try not to think about it and that may increase your chances.
I love lucid dreaming, but it always happens to me when I don’t try to do it (which is kinda beside the point of your question). Anyway, a dream journal is good, so keep doing that. Also, meditative/ambient music can help you fall asleep but retain consciousness. Listening to relaxing music as you fall asleep will keep your mind active as you slip into sleep. One last thing, your mind is most active in the afternoon. I notice that my most vivid dreams happen whenever I take an afternoon nap. If at all possible, try taking some naps any time before 8-9 ish. Hope this helps!
Lol well darn the net worked okay.
You remember best ur dreams if you wake up during REM. But. That’s only memory of the dream, dream recall. It won’t necessarily be a lucid dream.
Did you know you dream like every night, several dreams a night? Well, think about that. Before you go to sleep, remember that, and just tell yourself you’re gonna remember, you’re gonna remember.
Once you’re in the dream, stay in it bu tkeep hold of the dream.
There’ve been so many times when, during a lucid dream, I didn’t 100% realize I could control things. And I either woke myself up outta will… or I didn’t jump off a building (for fun. I fly for fun. Don’t laugh.)
Lol and I dream best when I’m lying with the back of my head against a pillow some reason.