How Does Someone Control Their Lucid Dreaming? A good way to do this is by trying to fly or trying to walk through a wall. If you are unable to do these things, you are experiencing real life, but if you are able to do these things, you are in a dream and the fact that you are aware of this makes it a lucid dream lucide dreams. By performing reality checks often, you will bring this habit into your dreams which will instantly turn them lucid.The second type of technique to be learned is called MILD. This is where you know that you are falling asleep and take yourself away from that process lucide dreams. It helps you to determine your dream signs and to control them lucide dreams. A good way to accomplish this is to set your alarm for five hours of sleep. After five hours, when your alarm rings, lay awake for another hour and think about the dream you just had, recalling all its details. Thereafter, gradually drift away to sleep once again, repeatedly telling yourself that you will continue to watch the same dream again lucide dreams. In this way, you can induce lucidity by taking full advantage of your REM sleep mode. Cycle Adjustment Technique This invention of Daniel Love is another way to have lucid dreams lucide dreams. This involves getting up earlier. Get up an hour and a half earlier until you get used to it. After that switch back to your regular time to get up. Keep switching back and forth. This way when you sleep the later time period, you will be likely to lucid dream as your brain is used to awakening earlier. Wake-initiation of Lucid Dreams (WILD) This technique involves maintaining mental alertness even as your body shuts down for sleep. Think of it as if you are in a movies theater, with the film soon to begin; your closed eyelids are like the black screen just before the movie starts lucide dreams. Rather than being a passive observer, what if you are the hero of your dreams, being able to manipulate and control the same? Thus, if you can dream lucidly you can go wherever and do whatever you want to that you otherwise cannot in reality due to the various barriers of the physical universe lucide dreams. There are two ways to induce Lucid Dreaming. The first one is that of DILD or Dream Initiated Lucid Dreaming wherein you fall asleep and dream and the lucidity comes after a certain point of time and you suddenly become aware that you are dreaming lucide dreams. Method number two is a wake initiated lucid dream, or WILD lucide dreams. This is when the dreamer begins awake, then goes to being asleep, but without losing consciousness. The dreamer enters their dream as though via a door, instead of waking up inside a dream he or she is already having. 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 lucide dreams. Another thing to bear in mind is; it can be immensely beneficial to keep track of your sleeping patterns, so as to determine what is the best time for you to have a lucid dream. Interestingly enough, lucid dreams also have the ability to help people overcome sleeping disorders such as insomnia lucide dreams. If you have difficulty falling asleep, you simply need to convince yourself that by falling asleep you'll be able to enjoy a lucid dream. In the vast majority of cases, your mind will take care of all the finer details lucide dreams. It's always been hard, however, to actually take the time to prepare the mind for lucid dreaming lucide dreams. But recent advances in sonic technology have made it all more egalitarian. Binaural audio is one of the most reliable methods of getting people to have lucid dreams. 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 lucide dreams. Unfortunately, before this technology recently became available, the only sure way to enable you to experience a lucid dream, was by means of meditation techniques. Of course, because such techniques can often take years to master, many people were put off from learning this skill lucide dreams. 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. A Lucid Dream is defined as a dream where you know you are dreaming and you can manipulate your dream. In this context, lucid means aware or conscious lucide dreams. The degree of lucidity of any dream depends on the stability of the dream itself, how much of the dream can be recalled upon awakening and most importantly, the control that one can exert over the events of the dream. It is this last point which is by all accounts the most astounding quality of a lucid dream, given that you are actually able to identify the fact that you're busy having a dream lucide dreams. Is it not remarkable that one can actually control the direction of your dream, and that you're not restricted in any way whatsoever? Think about this for just a moment lucide dreams. Lucid Dreaming seems real � it feels, looks, tastes and smells like reality; but with the difference that you know it's all a dream and that no matter what you decide to do, you'll be safe. This is truly a virtual reality experience which no other can even come close to lucide dreams. You want to have a lucid dream lucide dreams. That much you are sure of; however, what you are not at all sure of is how to go about having one. 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. What is different about lucid dreaming? Normally, you lay down and you're out for six to eight hours. Maybe you remember your dreams, maybe not lucide dreams. The usual � not all that interesting, really. Normal sleep just seems to serve the purpose of simply refreshing ourselves in order to live out the next day lucide dreams. But what if you could control that period of time that you have dreams? Lucid Dreams Lucid Dreaming is an astonishing experience; more and more people are finding this out for themselves. While most people have a Lucid Dream at some point in their lives; wouldn't it be incredible if you could have Lucid Dreams whenever you wanted to? A Lucid Dream can be a doorway to some amazing experiences! Meeting and interacting with your favorite celebrity, having untamed erotic fantasies, taking a trip to distant planets, visiting fantasy worlds and touring them, conversing with a lost loved one, in fact anything at all; there are no limits to your imagination! It can be fairly complicated to achieve controlled Lucid Dreams on a regular basis. Up until recently many people spent months in training and using special self-conditioning procedures before even experiencing one single Lucid Dream. Even then, most people never even succeed once, let alone on a regular basis. So, what methods are used to induce both of these kinds of lucid dream experiences? Dream Recall If you want to become a lucid dreamer, one of the easiest ways is to begin by learning dream recall. Dream recall is nothing more than being able to remember your dreams. Learning to remember you dreams makes it easier for you to recognize that you are in a dream while sleeping � you are more than likely to either have the same dream more than once, or at least have elements which recur in your dreams. Dream Recall is best practiced by maintaining a dream journal which is nothing but a place to note down your dreams for future use. One should do it right after waking up so that the details are still fresh in one's mind. 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 lucide dreams. 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. This truly metaphysical experience enables you to make 'living artworks' out of your own dreams as the walls of your usual limitations are now just sand under your feet. But this begs the question: can it really be so easy? Is this accessible to all? If it really is that easy why doesn't everybody do it?