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I know for a FACT that sleeping on your back is a main key to lucid dreaming. You can also use certain drugs that help bring it out like antihistamines.

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Lucid dreaming to me is a very fascinating thing to do and definitely worth the effort. However, most of the more mainstream techniques such as mild, reality checks etc. are low quality and even after the large amount of time it gets to make them work, its uncertain if you’ll have a lucid dream on any given night. There are more sophisticated and ingenious methods out there that I’ll give you a link too. http://www.youtube.com/user/LucidDreamTricks This guy’s methods are better than most the ones you’ll find in books, and it’s completely free! I’ll just give you one tip, though. When… Read more »

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Ok ill tell you how, it took me about a month and I had 2 of them. First you have to write down your dreams every time you wake up, if you don’t remember every dream then you will have a lucid dream and just not remember it. So you need to ask yourself all day everyday “am I in a dream?” And don’t just say it, really look around and think about it a lot. See if things are how they should be. You need to do this at least once a hour. Then by habit sometime when your… Read more »

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I’ve heard having a lot of dairy products before you go to sleep will make you dream more lucidly. Also, lucid dreaming is a sign of a healthy memory and imagination.