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INTRODUCTION:WHATISLUCIDDREAMING? Luciddreamingisastateinwhichthesleeperbecomesalertand consciousthatheorsheisdreaming.Theimageryinthisstateis reportedtobemorevividthaninnonlucidstates,anditis difficulttodistinguishbetweenthedreamandreality.Thedreamer isabletocontrolwhatisdreamed. Luciddreaminghasformedthecentralcoreofvirtuallyevery shamanicandmysticalpracticethroughouthistory.Itallowsthe shamantovisitthespiritrealmstogainhealingpowerandinsight. IntheEast,luciddreaminghaslongbeenseenasasignpostonthe waytoenlightenment. TheGoldishamansofSiberiaguidedyingordeadsubjectsthroughthe realmsoftheotherworldthroughluciddreams.NativeAmericansrely uponconsciousdreamingfortheirvisionquests,andconsiderdreams tobecentraltolifeitself,andthefoundationofallspiritual matters. TheAustralianAborignesaretheoldestluciddreamers,butthe Tibetanshamanshavecarriedtheprocessofluciddreamingmore exactlyintotherealmofmysticism.In12thcenturyTibetthere arosefamousschoolsofDreamMasterswhoappearedtouselucid dreamingasapowerfulmethodofmeditation,whichwasreportedto speeduptheprocessofenlightenment.TheTibetanshamanwasalways "chosen"throughaluciddream,whichtransformedthedreamerintoa newbeing. ManyWesternsubjectsenteringluciddreamingforthefirsttime reportexperiencingnothingcomparableinthewholeoftheirwaking lives,feelingasiftheyhadbeenradicallychangedbytheeventand mysteriouslytransformed.Theessentialpurposeofluciddreamworkis ultimatelytowakeup.Luciddreaminghelpsusunderstandthatweare justasasleepwhenwethinkweareawake,asweareindreams. PARTONE:BrainStates Thesleepcycleismadeupofnumerousclearlydefinedstages.The firstisatransitionalstatecalledthehypnagogic,whichisthe feelingoffloatingoff,sometimesaccompaniedbyvividor psychedelicimages.Atthispointthebrainisinalpha,whichthen giveswaytotheslowerandmorerhythmicthetawavesoflight slumber.Thesearejoinedbyrapidburstsofbrainactivity(spindles andKcomplexes).About20minutesafterthebeginningofthesleep cycle,thelargeandrelativelyslowdeltawavestakeover.Thisis thedeepplungeintothevoidofsleep. Thequietphaseandtheactivephasearethetwomainstagesof sleep,andcanbedistinguishedbydifferencesinbiochemistry, physiology,psychology,andbehavior.Thequitephaseoccursduring deepsleepandisknownas"S"sleep,asitischaracterizedbyslow waveEEG.ThisDeltapatterntakesupmostofoursleepingtime,thus

the"S".Itisthestateofrestfulinactivity,yourminddoeslittle whileyoubreatheslowlyanddeeply;yourmetabolicrateisata minimum,andgrowthhormonesarereleasedfacilitatingrestorative processes.Whenawakenedfromthisstate,peoplefeeldisorientedand rarelyrememberdreaming Howeverthesecondtypeofsleeppattern,REM(rapideyemovement)is thesleepstatethatpertainstoluciddreaming.REMsleepor"D" sleepischaracterizedbyrapideyemovementsandisoften accompaniedbydreams,thustheD.ThefirstepisodeofREMorD sleepinadultslastsabouttenminutesbutcanincreasetoasmuch asanhourthroughoutthenight.DuringREMsleepyoureyesmove aroundrapidly,breathingisquickandirregular,andyoudream vividly.Duringthisactivity,yourbodyremainsstill,becauseitis temporarilyparalyzedduringREMsleeptopreventyoufromactingout yourdreams. ThelengthofREMperiodsincreaseasthenightproceeds,andthe intervalsbetweenREMperiodsdecrease.ThefirstREMperiodusually lastsabouttenminutes,afterwiththesleeperalmostawakensbefore stagetwo.Thecycleisthenhighlyvariablewitheachindividual. UsuallythecompleteREM/nonREMcyclelastsabout90minutes,with thedreamerexperiencingfourtofivecyclesofsleepeachnight. DuringthelasttwohoursofsleeptheREMhasincreasedfromten minutestoasmuchasonehour. Therefore"dreamingsleep"accountsforasmuchas20percentofour sleepinglife.Wespendasmuchasfiveyearsindreamworlds,and experienceover150,000dreamsinalifetime.Duringthelastseveral decades,sleepresearchershavediscoveredthatforevery100persons inREMsleep,over80percentwillrememberadreamifawakened.REM isclearlyauniquebrainstate,thoughitissimilartothewaking stateinEEGactivity.Thismayexplainwhydreamsseemsoreal. Whileotherstructuresinthebrainareinvolvedinsleep,the neocortexisamajorbrainareainvolvedintheproductionofdream imagesandexperiences. PARTTWO:HowtoInduceaLucidDream a)Howtoscheduleyoureffortsforbestresults Mostluciddreamshappeninthelatemorninghoursofsleep.Ifyou normallysleepforeighthours,youwillprobablyhavesixREM periodswiththelasthalfoccurringinthelastquarterofthe night.Theprobabilityofhavingaluciddreaminthelasttwohours ofsleepismorethantwiceasgreatastheprobabilityofhavinga luciddreamintheprevioussixhours. Ifyouareseriousaboutluciddreaming,youshouldarrangeatleast onemorningaweekwhereyoucanstayinbedseveralhourslonger thanusual.Ifyoucan'taffordmoretimeinbed,thereisasimple secrettoincreasingyourluciddreamingthatrequiresnoextra

sleep. Ifyouareseriousaboutluciddreaming,youshouldarrangeatleast onemorningaweekwhereyoucanstayinbedseveralhourslonger thanusual.Ifyoucan'taffordmoretimeinbed,thereisasimple secrettoincreasingyourluciddreamingthatrequiresnoextra sleep. b)TechniquesforLucidDreaming CarlosCastanedaisinstructedinoneofhisbooksthatthebestway tohavealuciddreamistoshifttheattentionwhiledreaming.His teacheradviseshimtolookforhishandsorfeetduringthedream, whichwillhelphimrememberthatheisdreaming,andhaveaccessto usinghisdreambody.Thetechniquedoeswork,althoughitmaytake manytrialsbeforeapersonactuallyrememberstolookatthehands orfeetwhiletheyaredreaming. TrainingProtocolforLucidDreaming. Shouldbepracticedeachnightbeforegoingtosleep. 1.Playrelaxingmusiconlowvolume.Liedownandcloseeyes.Lieon leftsideifcomfortable,ifnot,gentlytouchforefingertothumbof eachhandandlethandsrestbyside. 2.Listentotapeanddosomedeepbreathing(NoiseRemovalBreathing p.87&LevelOneBreathingp.86). 3.Imagineandfeelapointofwhitelightinmiddleofforehead. Senseitradiatingitslightinfrontofthebrainanddirectlyin frontofyou. 4.Imagineandfeelyouarewalkingalongadesertedbeachat twilight.Noticethesky,moon,stars.Asyouwalk,sensethepoint ofwhitelightonforehead,lookdownathandsandfeet.Rotatehands andlookattheminthelightofthemoonandstars. Next,imagineyoureachtheentrancetoanundergroundcave.Walk downsevenstairs,reachouttoopenthedoorandlookathand.Walk intoacavernousroomwithmanydoors.Atmosphereofcalmnessand peace. Youwillfindyourselfdrawntooneofthedoors.Knowthatyour chosendoorholdssomethingofvaluebehindit.Asyouwalktowards thedoor,feelthepointoflight,andglancedownatthehandsand feet.Whenyouopenthedoor,lookatyourhand.Enterthenextroom andexploreeverythingthepeopleorbeingsyoufindtheremaybe metaphorical.Youmaytalktoanyone.Asyouexplore,occasionally glanceathandsorfeetandfeelthepointofwhitelightonthe forehead. Afterexploringtheroom,returntothefirstroomandtheentrance thatleadstothestairs.Openthedoorandwalktothebeach.Bring awarenessbacktophysicalbody,andslowlyopeneyes. PreparationforLucidDreaming

1.Lieonleftsideifitfeelscomfortableasabove. 2.Closeeyes,deepbreathing(orLevelOneBreathing). 3.Imaginepointofwhitelightinforehead. 4.Asyourawarenessrestsonthispoint,saytoyourselfsilently: "Iintendtohaveluciddreamstonight.IrecognizewhenIam dreamingandIamabletomovefreelyinmydreambody."(Canuseany similarstatement). 5.Continuetokeepmentalfocusgentlyatpointoflightinthe middleofforehead.Whenyoufeelyourselfdriftingofftosleep,let goofthefocus. Youmaychangebodypositionthroughoutthenight.Whenyoucatch yourselfdreaming,rememberthepointoflightinforehead,andto lookathandorfeet. DREAMINITIATEDLUCIDDREAMS(DILDs) CriticalStateTesting:Askyourselfwhetheryouareawakeordreaming throughouttheday,sothatyoucangetintothehabitofaskingthe samequestionwhileyouaredreaming.Itisimportanttoaskthe question"AmIdreamingornot?"atleastfivetotentimesaday, especiallyinsituationsthataredreamlike,orremindyouofyour dreams.Itisalsogoodtoaskthequestionatbedtime.Don'tjust automaticallyaskthequestionandmindlesslyreply,"ObviouslyI'm awake,"oryouwilldothesamethingwhenyouareactuallydreaming. Lookaroundforodditiesthatmayindicateyouaredreaming,and thinkbackovertheeventsofthepastseveralminutes.Ifyouhad troublerememberingwhathappened,youmaybedreaming. StateTesting:Don'taskotherpeopleinyourdreamwhetheryouare dreaming,becausetheywilloftenreplythatyou'renot.Thebestway tocheckifyou'redreamingistryingtofly.Hopintotheair,and ifyoustaythere,you'redreaming.Youcanalsoreadsomething,look awayandseeifthetexthasdistortedinanywaywhenyoulookback. Anothermethodistolooktwiceatadigitalwatch,becausethey neverbehavecorrectlyindreams.Don'tuseananaloguewatchto checkbecausetheycantelldreamtimequitebelievably. Youmaydiscoverthatanytimeyoufeelthegenuineneedtotest reality,thisinitselfisproofenoughthatyou'redreaming,aswhen we'reawakewealmostneverseriouslywonderwhetherweareinfact awakeordreaming. IntentionTechnique: 1.ResolvetorecognizedreamingIntheearlyhoursofthemorning, orifyouwakeinthenight,clearlyaffirmyourintentionto remembertorecognizethedreamstate. 2.VisualizeyourselfrecognizingdreamingVisualizeyourselfin dreamsituationsthatwouldnormallymakeyourealizeyouare dreaming. 3.ImaginecarryingoutanintendeddreamactionResolvetocarry

outaparticularactioninadream,e.g.seeyourselfflying,knowing thatyouaredreaming. TheMildTechniqueMnemonicInductionofLucidDreams Prerequisites:Itisnecessarytohaveordeveloptheabilityto rememberfutureintentionsusingyourmentalcapacityonly,rather thanrelyingonexternalreminderssuchaslists. MILDTECHNIQUE 1.SetupdreamrecallBeforegoingtobed,resolvetowakeupand recalldreamsduringeachdreamperiodthroughoutthenight(orwhen youwakeupinthemorning). 2.RecallyourdreamWhenyouawakefromadreamperiod,nomatter whattimeitis,recallasmanydetailsaspossiblefromyourdream. 3.FocusyourintentWhilereturningtosleep,concentrateonyour intentiontoremembertorecognizethatyouaredreaming. 4.SeeyourselfbecominglucidAtthesametime,imaginethatyou arebackinthedreamfromwhichyouhavejustawakened,butthis timeyourecognizethatitisadream.Findadreamsign(something oddorbizarreinadreamthatalertsyoutothefactthatit'sa dream)andsaytoyourself,"I'mdreaming!"andcontinueyour fantasy. 5.RepeatRepeatsteps3and4untilyourintentionisset,then letyourselffallasleep.Ifyourmindstrayswhileyouarefalling asleep,repeattheproceduresothatthelastthinginyourmindas youfallasleepisyourintentiontoremembertorecognizethatyou aredreaming. CommentaryIfittakesyoualongtimetofallasleepwhile practicingthismethod,don'tworry.Thelongeryouareawake,the morelikelyyouaretohavealuciddreamwhenyoueventuallyreturn tosleep.Thisisbecausethelongeryouareawake,themoretimes youarelikelytorepeattheMILDtechnique,andthereforereinforce luciddreaming.Ifyouareaveryheavysleeper,youshouldgetup aftermemorizingyourdreamandengageintentofifteenminutesof anyactivityinvolvingfullwakefulness,ie.turnonlight,reada booketc.Writedownthedreamandreadoverit,ookingfordream signs. WAKEINITIATEDLUCIDDREAMS(WILDs) Thisinvolvesfallingasleepconsciously. AttentiononHypnagogocImageryThisisthemostcommonstrategy forinducingWILDsandinvolvesfocusingonthehypnagogicimagery thataccompaniessleeponset,e.g.flashesoflight,geometric patterns. HYPNAGOGICIMAGERYTECHNIQUE 1.RelaxcompletelyGothroughrelaxationofeverypartofbody, deepbreathingetc.

2.ObservethevisualimagesFocusattentionontheimagesthat appearbeforethemind'seye,watchinghowtheimagesbeginandend. Observetheimagesdelicately,andallowthemtobepassively reflectedinyourmindastheyunfold.Donotattempttoholdonto theimages,justobserveandletthempass.Atfirsttherewillbea seriesofdisconnected,fleetingpatternsandimages,whichwill eventuallydevelopintoscenes. 3.EnterthedreamWhentheimagerybecomesamoving,vivid scenario,youshouldallowyourselftobepassivelydrawnintothe dreamworld.Donottryandenterthedreamscene.Becarefuloftoo muchinvolvementandtoolittleattention,anddon'tforgetthatyou aredreamingnow. CommentaryStep3isthemostdifficult.Thechallengeisto developadelicatevigilance,anunobtrusiveobserverperspective, fromwhichyouletyourselfbedrawnintothedream,ratherthan tryingtoparticipateinityourself.Anotherriskisthattheworld canseemsorealisticinthedreamthatitiseasytoloselucidity. Asuggestedpreventionagainstthisistoresolvetocarryouta particularactioninthedream,sothatifyoumomentarilylose lucidity,youmayrememberyourintentiontocarryouttheactionand regainlucidity. TIBETANWHITEDOTTECHNIQUE 1.Beforebed A)Firmlyresolvetorecognizewhenyouaredreaming. B)Visualizeinthethroatchakrathesyllable"ah",redincolorand vividlyradiant. C)Mentallyconcentrateontheradianceofthe"ah".Imaginethatthe radianceilluminateseverythingintheworldandshowsitasbeing unrealordreamlike. 2.Atdawn A)Practicedeepbreathingseveraltimes,roundingouttheabdomenas youinhale. B)Resolveeleventimestocomprehendthenatureofthedreamstate. C)Concentrateonadotofpurewhitesituatedbetweentheeyebrows. D)Continuetoconcentrateonthedotuntilyoufindthatyouare dreaming. Commentary Accordingtoyogicdoctrine,eachchakrahasaspecialsoundor"seed syllable",whichis"ah"forthethroatchakra.Thisisviewedasthe symbolicembodimentofCreativeSound,thepowertobringaworld (conceptualorotherwise)intobeing. BLACKDOTTECHNIQUE 1.Beforebed A.Meditateonthewhitedotbetweenyoureyebrows.

2.Atdawn A.Practicedeepbreathing21times. B.Make21resolutionstorecognizethedream. C.Then,concentrateyourmindonapillsizedblackdotattheroot chakra(baseofgenitals). D.Continuetofocusontheblackdotuntilyoufindyouare dreaming. COUNTYOURSELFTOSLEEPTECHNIQUE 1.RelaxcompletelyWhilelyinginbed,closeeyesandrelax completely.Breathedeeply,enjoyfeelingofrelaxation,letgoof thoughtsandworries. 2.CounttoyourselfwhilefallingasleepAsyouaredriftingoff tosleep,counttoyourself,"1,I'mdreaming;2,I'mdreaming..."and soonmaintainingvigilance.Youmaystartoverafterreaching100. 3.RealizeyouaredreamingAftercontinuingthisforsometime you'llbesaying"I'mdreaming,"andyouwillnoticethatyouare dreaming. CommentarySayingthe"I'mdreaming"isn'tstrictlynecessary,the countingworksjustaswelltoretainsufficientalertnessin recognizingdreamsforwhattheyare.Youcanprogressrapidlyifyou havesomeonewatching,whocanwakeyouupandaskyouwhatnumber youreachedifyouappeartohavefallenasleep.Theobservercan tellyouareasleepbyslow,pendularmovementsfromsidetosideof theeyes,minormovementsoflips,face,hands,feetandother muscles,andwellasirregularbreathing. THETWINBODIESTECHNIQUE 1.RelaxcompletelyAfterawakeningfromadreamlieonbackor rightsidewitheyesclosed.Tightenandrelaxwholebody,breathe deeplyetc.Letgoofotherthoughtsandaffirmintentiontoenter dreamstateconsciously. 2.FocusonyourbodyFocusattentiononeachpartofbodyand noticehowitfeels,watchingforvibrationsorotherstrange sensations.Whenthesesensationsarrive,followingwillbea completeparalysisofthebody.Youarethenreadytoleavethe paralyzedphysicalbodyandenterthedreambody. 3.LeaveyourbodyandenterthedreamAssoonasthephysicalbody isinaprofoundstateofsleepparalysis,youarereadytogo.This paralyzedphysicalbodyhasamoveabletwin,calledyourdreambody. Imagineyourselfinyourdreambody,rollingorfloatingoutofyour physicalbody.Jump,crawlorfalloutofbed.Sinkintothefloor. Flythroughtheceiling.Thisisluciddreaming. CommentaryAssoonasyoustepoutofbed,rememberthatyouarein adreambody,andeverythingaroundyouisadreamtoo,includingthe bedandthesleepingbodyyoujusthoppedoutof.Youcanverify whetheryouarefloatinginyourastralbodybyusingsometests:

1)Tryreadingthesamepassagefromabooktwice; 2)lookatadigitalwatch,lookaway,thenlookbackafewseconds later. c)PreventingPrematureAwakening Whentheluciddreamisthreatenedbywakening,itisusefultocarry outsomeformofdreamactionassoonasthevisualpartofthedream beginstofade,e.g.listeningtovoices,musicoryourbreathing; beginningorcontinuingaconversation;rubbingoropeningyour (dream)eyes;touchingyourdreamhandsandface;touchingobjectsor beingtouched;flying.Anothertechniqueistolookattheground. DREAMSPINNING 1.NoticewhenthedreambeginstofadeThevisualsenseisthe firsttogowhenadreamfades,withtouchbeingthelast.Thedream maybegintolosecolor,clarityandrealism,andtakeonacartoon likeappearance.Thelightmaygrowdimoryourvisionweaker. 2.SpinassoonasthedreambeginstofadeAssoonasyounotice thedreamfading,stretchoutyourarmsandspinlikeatopwithyour dreambody.Youcanspinanywayyoulike,butyoumustfeelthe vividsensationofmovementinyourdreambody,notjustimagineit. 3.Whilespinningremindyourselfthatthenextthingyouseewill probablybeadream. 4.TestyourstatewhereveryouseemtoarriveKeepspinninguntil youfindyourselfinastableworld,youwilleitherstillbe dreamingorwillhaveawakened.Carefullytestwhichstateyouare in,i.e.readatext,lookatadigitalwatch. CommentaryFrequentlydreamspinningcreatesanewprocedure,or thejustfadeddreammayberegenerated.Byrepeatedlyreminding yourselfthatyou'redreamingduringthespinning,youcancontinue tobelucidinthenewdreamscene.Ifwhileyouaredreamspinning yourhandhitsthebed,don'tautomaticallythinkyou'vewoken.If you'respinninginyourdreambody,thenitisadreamhandanda dreambed. d)LucidDreamingforProblemSolving 1.FormulateyourintentionBeforeyougotobed,thinkofashort phraseaboutwhatyouwanttodreamabout,e.g."IwanttovisitSan Francisco,or"IwanttotellmyfriendIloveher."Writedownthe phraseandperhapsillustrateit,andmemorizetheimage.Underneath thetargetphrase,"WhenIdreamof(thephrase)Iwillrememberthat Iamdreaming." 2.GotobedWithoutdoinganythingelse,turnoutthelightandgo straighttobed. 3.FocusonyourphraseandyourintentiontobecomelucidRecall thephraseandpicture,andvisualizeyourselfdreaminglucidlyabout it.Meditateonthephraseandyourintentiontobecomeluciduntil youfallasleep,lettingotherthoughtspass.

4.PursueyourintentionintheluciddreamCarryoutyour intentionwhileinaluciddream.Askwhatyouwanttoask,dowhat youwanttodo.Besuretonoticeyourfeelingsandbeobservantof alldetailsinthedream. 5.RemembertoawakenandrecallthedreamWhenyouachievea satisfyinganswerinthedream,wakeyourselfupbygoingbackto yourdreambed,blinkingorotherwisewithdrawingyourattentionfrom thedream.Immediatelywritedownatleastthepartofyourdream thatincludesthesolution.Evenifyoudon'tthinkyourquestionwas answered,stillwritethedreamdown.Youmayfindonreflectionthat theanswerwashiddeninyourdreamandyoudidn'trealizeitatthe time. LucidDreamingtoOvercomeNightmares Itisusefultoconfrontthreateningcharactersinadreamor nightmare,andturnitintoaluciddreambybeginningyourown dialoguewiththem.Youcouldaskthefollowing: "Whoareyou?" "WhoamI?" "Whyareyouhere?" "Whyareyouactingthewayyouare?" "Whatdoyouhavetotellme?" "Whyisthishappening?" "Whatdoyouwantfromme?" "Whatquestionsdoyouhavetoaskme?" "WhatdoImostneedtoknow?" "WhatcanIdoforyou?" "Whatcanyoudoforme?" e)ConversingwithDreamCharacters 1.PracticeimaginarydialoguesinthewakingstateChosearecent dreaminwhichyouhadanunpleasantencounterwithadream character.Visualizeyourselftalkingtothem,andinitiateda dialogueusingtheabovequestionsoranyofyourown.Don'tlet criticalthoughtsinterrupttheflow,suchas"I'mjustmakingthis up,"or"Thisissilly."Terminatethedialoguewhenitrunsoutof energyorwhenyouhaveyourresolution.Evaluatewhatyoudidright orwoulddodifferentlynexttime. 2.SetyourintentionSetthegoalforyourselfthatthenexttime youhaveadisturbingencounterwithadreamcharacter,youwill becomelucidandengagethecharacterindialogue. 3.ConversewithproblemdreamfiguresWhenyouencounteranyone withwhomyouhaveaconflict,askyourselfwhetherornotyouare dreaming.Ifyoufindthatyouare,stayandfacethecharacter,and beginadialoguewithoneoftheopeningquestionsabove.Listento thecharacter'sresponsesandtryandaddresstheirproblemsaswell asyourown.Seeifyoucanmakefriendsorreacharesolution.Wake yourselfupwhileyoustillrememberthedreamclearlyandwriteit

down. 4.EvaluatethedialogueAskyourselfifyouachievedthebest resultyoucould,orhowyoucouldimproveitnexttime. PARTTHREE:COMMONQUESTIONSONLUCIDDREAMING Q:Ifdreamsaremessagesfromtheunconsciousmind,willconsciously controllingdreamsinterferewiththisimportantprocess,anddeprive meofthebenefitsofdreaminterpretation? A:Dreamsarenotlettersfromtheunconsciousmind,butexperiences createdthroughtheinteractionsoftheunconsciousandconscious mind.Moreinfofromtheunconsciousisavailabletousindreams, howeverifdreamsweretheexclusiverealmoftheunconscious,we wouldn'trememberthem.Youshouldn'talwaysbeconsciousindreams anymorethanyoushouldalwaysbeconsciousofwhatyouaredoingin wakinglife.However,ifyouractionsaretakingyouinthewrong direction(indreamingorwaking),youshouldbeableto"wakeup"to whatyouaredoingwrongandconsciouslyredirectyourapproach. Asforthebenefitsofdreaminterpretation,luciddreamscanbe examinedasfruitfullyasnonluciddreams.Luciddreamerscaneven interprettheirdreamswhiletheyarehappening. Q:Willtheeffortsoflearningluciddreamingleadtosleeploss, andwillIbemoretiredfrombeingawakeinmydreams? A:Dreaminglucidlyisasrestfulasdreamingnonlucidly.Lucid dreamsareoftenpositiveexperiencesandleaveyoufeelingmore invigorated.Howtiredyoufeeldependsonwhatyoudidinthedream. Youshouldpracticeluciddreamingwhenyouhavethetimeandenergy todevotetothetask.Ifyouaretoobusytoallotmoretimeto sleeping,ortosacrificeanyofthesleepyouaregetting,it's probablynotagoodideatoworkonluciddreamingrightnow.Lucid dreamingrequiresgoodsleepandmentalenergyforconcentration. Onceyoulearnthetechniques,youshouldreachapointwhereyoucan haveluciddreamswheneveryouwishjustbyremindingyourselftodo so. Q:Willpracticingluciddreamingaffectmypsychotherapy? A:Luciddreamingcanbeinstrumentalinpsychotherapy,howeverif youareinpsychotherapyandwanttoexperimentwithluciddreaming, talkitoverwithyourtherapist.Makesureyourtherapistiswell informedonthesubjectofluciddreaming,andunderstandsits functionsandimplications.
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