Whatever You Desire - Lucid Dreams Try to check out all during the day whether you are awake or asleep. Walk into a wall to be sure that you are actually awake.Try to see if you can go through the wall and if not, then you will know that you are awake and not lucid dreaming. The second technique to use is known as MILD. You will fall asleep and know that you are falling asleep at the time.You separate your body from the sleep process and you will determine the signs of dreams and learn to control them lucid dreming. You set your alarm clock for a certain number of hours to accomplish this. Usually the clock is set for about five hours. You need to awake your self for one hour then and try to recall all that you did in your lucid dreaming. Then lie down and go back to sleep. When you do this, you teach your body to take advantage of what is known as REM sleep, the sleep that is most often producing dreaming lucid dreming. Learn the MILD technique and your lucid dreaming will be easier. Cycle Adjustment Technique This is a technique created by Daniel Love and in this method you are required to set your alarm a little before your usual time. For a few days if you wake up an hour and a half earlier your body will slowly get accustomed to this new routine lucid dreming. Once that happens, set your alarm to the previous time so that your mind is ready to wake up early and remains awake in your dream instead. Wake-initiation of Lucid Dreams (WILD) This method is described above. If you'd like to use it, the thing to do is to keep your mind awake during the process of your body falling asleep. This is one of the most interesting ways of entering lucid dreams, and is a lot like watching a movie lucid dreming. Just like when you're watching a movie, you start in a state of readiness, and prepare yourself.Then, you'll either hit play or start to fall asleep lucid dreming. The screen and what you see when your eyes are closed are both black. Just wait for your movie or dream to begin lucid dreming. What if you could be an active instead of passive participant in your dreams? What if you could take control of your dream instead of being controlled by it? Someone who has managed to become a lucid dreamer can do all of this � they are not bound by anything except for their imagination. This sounds great, but how can you become a lucid dreamer? There are two ways to reach this state � one is by having a DLID, or dream initiated lucid dream lucid dreming. These are instances where the dreamer has taught themselves to recognize that they are having a dream and start to assert control over the direction of their dream. The second method is that of WILD or Wake Initiated Lucid Dreams where the dreamer only lets his body sleep while he enters his dream in full mental wakefulness and consciousness lucid dreming. Lucid dreams can be readily induced by going back to sleep for a couple of hours after you wake up in the morning. These dreams are the closest to lucid dreams, because they seem to be borderline between actual dreams or your conscious thoughts manifested in anticipation of an event for that day. Just set an alarm clock to go off a couple of hours before you will be waking up for the day, then turn it off and go back to sleep to experience lucid dreaming. It's not difficult; just set an alarm clock to go off a couple of hours before your regularly scheduled waking. Wake up to the alarm, switch it off, and then return to sleep and experience some vividly lucid dreams. Interestingly enough, lucid dreaming is also known for its ability to help people cope with various sleeping disorders such as insomnia. If you have difficulty in falling asleep you simply need to persuade your mind that going to sleep and lucid dreaming go hand in hand. It will only be a matter of time before your mind takes charge and takes care of any thoughts which may be preventing you from sleeping. Unlike in the past, when it could take ages to master the art of lucid dreaming, recent progress with sound technologies have made it a whole lot easier for everyone. In fact, a great number of people are now using the binaural beats in order to experience lucid dreams in the shortest and quickest way possible. Slightly different frequencies get played into each ear by way of stereophonic technology. Thus, the listener's brain waves are harmonized to the right frequency for lucid dreaming to be induced. Before this technology was available the only sure way to be able to lucid dream to order was by the way of meditation techniques which often took years to learn and the perseverance and determination required was too much of a struggle for most people lucid dreming. When one listens to the sound waves of binaural beats, especially when combined with hypnosis, it is possible to experience lucid dreaming in a relatively short space of time. Having a lucid dream is essentially a very simple idea. It is nothing more than the condition of being aware that one is dreaming while in the midst of dreaming lucid dreming. The term 'lucid' simply refers to being aware or conscious, and of course the full extent of your lucidity depends largely on your actual dream experience, together with the amount of detail you are able to remember when you wake up, and of course, the level of control you had over the dream. This last point which has been mentioned is without a doubt the most amazing thing of all. Actually being able to realize that one is dreaming is something which words simply cannot explain lucid dreming. You are in control of your dream and can have any experience with your lucid dream that you want to have. Just consider that for a moment. Lucid Dreaming looks, feels and engages all of your other senses as if it were really happening but you know that you are only dreaming and will be totally safe no matter what you do. This is truly a virtual reality experience which no other can even come close to lucid dreming. You want to experience lucid dreams lucid dreming. Fair enough, you know what you want. But where do you begin in your endeavor? Why do you want to be a lucid dreamer? How will it help you? To understand the rewards of this type of dreaming better, let's look at common sleep experiences. When you sleep normally, you just see a blank or dark screen or a dream from the time you close your eyes to the time you get up, which is not particularly interesting. We have to sleep so we won't be tired through the day when we have things we must do. How would you like to be a part of what is going on in your dreams? Lucid dreaming It simply cannot be denied that lucid dreaming is a skill which can only be described as being fantastic lucid dreming. It's hardly surprising really that so many people are now longing to master the art of lucid dreaming lucid dreming. Interestingly enough, most people will have the occasional lucid dream but just imagine if you could experience one whenever you want lucid dreming. Lucid Dreaming lets you do anything you've ever wanted. You can meet celebrities, have unrestrained erotic experiences, visit other worlds; if you can imagine it, it can happen in your Lucid Dream. Having regular Lucid Dreaming experiences is something which until recently it took months to achieve. People would spend as long as a year in training to have their first Lucid Dream � and it remained out of reach for some people no matter how long they tried. Now that we know the basic how, what are the fine points to entering either one of these lucid dream realms? Dream Recall If you're interested in being a lucid dreamer, one of the most successful methods you can use is dream recall. This is the ability to remember your dreams. By developing this ability, you'll be more readily able to recognize them while you're asleep. That's because you're likely to have the same dream or dream elements on more than one occasion. One way to practice dream recall is by keeping a dream journal lucid dreming. This is a tool in which you write down anything you can remember about a given dream, so you can easily recall it in the future. Do this right after you wake up, since dreams become harder to remember over time lucid dreming. Lucid dreaming is also often referred to as conscious dreaming, in that one can often exercise a certain degree of control over the dream, unlike with regular dreaming. Basically, lucid dreaming is all about the art of dreaming while at the same time being aware of the fact that it's a dream, even while you're a busy dreaming. Being in a position where you have full control over the direction of your dreams is something which nobody can truly imagine until they actually experience it. In fact, it is such an incredible feeling that one could almost say it comes straight out of a science fiction novel. All of a sudden it feels as though you no longer have any limits in your life. Can it be so simple? Can you lucid dream and then make those things that in the waking hours seem impossibly difficult come to life in reality.