Ever wanted to bridge the gateway between reality and your dreams?
Lucid dreaming allows you to manipulate your involvement in your dreams as it’s a conscious process, so you’re aware you’re dreaming. It can be incredibly vivid and realistic, and can be used in dream therapy for nightmare recession, helping patients to exert some control over their dreams.
However for those who want to connect more with their private dream landscape whilst in slumber, lucid dreaming allows you to experience your own fantasy realm where all be as authentic as waking reality, pretty cool, right?
For this reason, lucid dreaming is of interest to the science world as it provides further insight into metaconsciousness in the brain and the continuum of time – questioning whether sleeping and wakefulness are really distinct events.
Want to learn more about lucid dreaming? Watch this two-minute video that explains how you can experience lucid dreaming by following four techniques (with some practice!).
Have you tried lucid dreaming? Tell us what you experienced and how long it took you to master it below.