Steps To Improve Lucid Dreaming Skills

Are you ready to learn how to Lucid Dream? Are you ready to experience anything you want in any dimension you want while you sleep in your warm cozy bed? If so, you’ll have to forget and toss aside any hesitation you may have about if it is even possible. Lucid dreaming is possible and it’s a proven scientific phenomenon.

Getting Started to Induce Lucid Dreaming:

While learning any new skill, it takes time and practice. Inevitably you’ll have feelings of frustration and you’ll feel as though it’s not possible. That’s okay. It’s okay that it takes time and everyone moves at a different level. For many of you, it will be the first time you’ll have use this part of your brain. Take it slow, the whole process is fun!

Here are some exercises to get you started:

Floating Objects:
Imagination plays a key role in maximizing your lucid dreaming experience. When you dream, your brain can literally dream of any reality. But all day we’re limited to the world we live in, the gravity and structure our world operates in. But just because that’s what you may be used to dream doesn’t mean that’s the only way we can think or imagine.
Close your eyes throughout the day (I like to when on a bus) and imagine some small way your world warping. Perhaps imagine a chair hovering a couple feet off the ground, a wall changing color, or..well…whatever you want. The only thing limiting you is your imagination. Doing this skill helps flex your brain muscle to alter reality and starts to sensitize your brain to alternate ways of expressing itself.
A Simple Thought:
This simple thought surprisingly goes a really long way. Before you go to sleep at night, just focus for a couple seconds on this thought: I will remember my dreams when I wake up in the morning. This has worked for me and many others have said the same to me. There’s something about this thought that makes your brain remember your dreams better.
If you want to get a little more serious, you can keep a dream journal. When you wake up in the morning and you remember your dreams, simply jot a couple quick sentences down anywhere – on your phone, in a journal. Even if you don’t write down on the details, a couple words will bring it all back to you.
Once you have these two steps down, you can look to more advanced techniques towards becoming a lucid dreaming with reality checks.