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What are some good lucid dreaming methods?

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.

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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… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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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.