Problems Lucid Dreams? A very good way is to try walking through walls or flying around lucid induction. If you can do this obviously you are asleep! You need to perform reality checks throughout the day so you will automatically be able to do this when you are asleep.The second Lucid dreaming technique is called MILD where you need to realize when you are falling asleep so that you can remove yourself from the process. This enables you to recognize dream signs and interpret them so as to control. The best way to induce this is by setting your alarm to about 5 hours of sleep time lucid induction. When you hear the alarm you need to stay awake for one hour remembering what you just dreamt about lucid induction. Then go back to sleep while repeating to yourself over and over again that you will continue with the same dream lucid induction. This allows you to take advantage of the REM stage of your sleep. This is when you are most likely to have a lucid dream. Cycle Adjustment Technique Created by Daniel Love, this involves you to set your alarm an hour and a half before your normal wake up time and continue with that for a few days. When you get accustomed to waking up at that time, set the alarm to your previous usual time. This will result in your mind being ready to wake up early and it will likely be awake in your dream. Wake Initiation of Lucid Dreams or WILD Let's get back to this method which is described above. To achieve lucid dreaming, the technique is to try to keep mentally aware even as your body relaxes into a sleep state lucid induction.Think of it this way � you are getting ready to watch a movie; your closed eyelids are like the black screen before the movie begins and you are waiting for the trailers to roll. 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. If you want to become a lucid dreamer, there are two major ways to accomplish it lucid induction. The first way is called DILD, or dream-initiated lucid dream. That's when you're in the process of having a dream, realize that it's happening, and retain your sense of consciousness inside the dream. Wake Initiated Lucid Dreaming, or WILD is the second way of inducing Lucid dreaming wherein the dreamer does not fall asleep totally lucid induction. Only his body sleeps while he remains in full awareness and consciousness mentally while entering the dream world. Another great way to have lucid dreams is to go back to sleep for a couple of hours after you wake up in the morning lucid induction. These dreams are the closest to lucid dreams as they leave you wondering if they were actually dreams or your thoughts manifested in the form of a purported event. You may realize now that it's extremely helpful to keep track of your sleeping patterns so you may find the best times to have lucid dreams. You can actually fight off sleeping disorders such as insomnia by lucid dreaming. If you struggle for sleep during normal sleeping hours you can tell your mind that sleeping equals lucid dreaming. You mind will take care of your thoughts that might prevent you from going to sleep. Recent advances in sound technologies have made it much faster and easier for one to learn lucid dreaming lucid induction. Now, people from all over are finding that the fastest and most reliable way to learn lucid dreaming is via listening to binaural audios. These work by playing slightly different frequencies in each ear and have the result of deeply relaxing the listener and bringing their brain waves to the correct frequency for lucid dreaming to occur. In the absence of this technology, meditation techniques had to be used by most people to master lucid dreaming. Due to the austere nature of and very long time period required for mastery of the prolonged meditation which could lead to lucid dreaming, the vast majority of people just gave up in frustration. By listening to binaural sound waves, particular when combined with hypnosis to prepare the subconscious mind, it is possible for you to experience lucid dreaming very soon after your first attempt. Any dream in which you are conscious that you are dreaming and can manipulate the dream is considered a Lucid Dream lucid induction. Of course, the full extent of your lucidity depends on various factors such as the stability of the dream experience itself, the amount of influence you have an over the dream, and of course the amount of dream recall you have when you wake up. The most important part of lucid dreaming, of course is the question of whether or not you have control over the things which are happening in your dream and to be aware that you are dreaming lucid induction. You are in the driver's seat of your dream and you can experience anything you have ever wanted to lucid induction. Just think about this for a moment lucid induction. A Lucid Dream is like reality in every aspect; you can see, feel and use all of your senses, but with the knowledge that you are perfectly safe and can do literally anything you want lucid induction. Lucid Dreaming is far more advanced and has far more realism that any virtual reality generated by even the most sofisticat3ed computer technology. You have heard about people who lucid dream and think it is something you would like to do. That is a good starting point but exactly how do you begin and what are the steps to being a successful lucid dreamer? It's important to think about why you'd like to become a lucid dreamer, too. There are a number of benefits to dreaming this way, but first we should look at normal sleep, so we'll understand them. Is lucid dreaming the same as normal dreaming? What typically happens is you lay down, you close your eyes and you wake six to eight hours later � you may or may not remember any dreams you gave had in this time. In and of itself, not terribly exciting lucid induction. Instead of having to observe passively, you could be the person who leads your dream to be whatever you would like. Lucid Dreaming - Healing Through Your Dreams There is an increasing number of people who are trying out the possibilities of Lucid Dreaming for themselves. Most of us have a Lucid Dream at some point or another; but just think how amazing it would be if you were able to Lucid Dream any time you wanted! You can open your own doorway to some amazing experiences by learning and mastering the practice of Lucid Dreaming. Imagine if you will, having the ability to meet and interact with famous people, taking fantastic sci-fi adventures, visiting galaxies far away, creating and manipulating fantasy worlds and touring them or ruling them, and even finally having your dream job or hobby without all the work or mess to get there! You can even meet lost loved ones or distant relatives since anything is possible with your lucid dreaming imagination! Unlike in the past, experiencing lucid dreams on a regular basis is no longer as complicated as what it once was. Admittedly, people often had to spend months at a time receiving instruction and learning how to condition themselves before they could experience lucid dreaming. Even then, while some managed to achieve a certain degree of success, others simply failed miserably. So what are the methods to go by, so as to induce lucid dreaming via these two approaches? Dream Recall One of the best ways to lucid dream is by practicing dream recall which is nothing but always trying to recollect your dreams in as much detail after you wake up from sleep. If you do this, you will remember your dreams and then whenever you have a similar dream, which happens quite commonly, you will become aware that you are dreaming lucid induction. To make dream recall easier you can keep a dream journal. This is a notebook or pad of paper that has the sole purpose of recording your dreams. Whenever you have a dream, you should write all you can remember in the journal as soon as you wake up. The longer you are awake the more details of the dream that will be lost lucid induction. Lucid Dreaming and Conscious Dreaming are one in the same. It is the awareness that you are in fact dreaming. In other words you are aware that what you are experiencing is occurring in a dream, while you are having the dream lucid induction. Lucid dreaming allows you a particular amount of control that you do not have while dreaming normally. The power of having complete control over the direction of your dreams is something straight out of metaphysical existence. Suddenly, all the limitations you ever felt in life just cease to exist. Is lucid dreaming as straightforward as all that? Is lucid dreaming something which can be experienced by anyone?