How to induce Lucid Dreaming - Techniques For EVeryone 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 lucis dreams. 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 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 lucis dreams. 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. When you hear the alarm you need to stay awake for one hour remembering what you just dreamt about. Then go back to sleep while repeating to yourself over and over again that you will continue with the same dream lucis dreams. 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 Daniel Love came up with this way to accomplish lucid dreaming. Start getting up an hour and a half earlier. After you get used to this, go back to getting up at your usual time. Since you are used to getting up earlier but don't have to now, your mind is still thinking you are awake, therefore you will be more likely to be aware in your dream. Wake-initiation of Lucid Dreams (WILD) This technique involves maintaining mental alertness even as your body shuts down for sleep lucis dreams. 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. Lucid dreamers are in complete control of their dreams. This allows them to explore new worlds in their mind and expand the scope of their dreams. Lucid dreamers can also conscious choose not to have nightmares - they just change the dream lucis dreams. This sounds great the only thing left is the how. You can accomplish lucid dream state in one of two ways lucis dreams. One, you can have a dream initiated lucid dream (DILD); this is where while dreaming you become aware of the fact that you are dreaming. In this way, you bring a level of consciousness into the dream. Wake Initiated Lucid Dreaming, or WILD is the second way of inducing Lucid dreaming wherein the dreamer does not fall asleep totally. Only his body sleeps while he remains in full awareness and consciousness mentally while entering the dream world. Going back to sleep for a couple of hours after waking in the morning can induce some excellent lucid dreams, especially if you are new to the experience. These dreams are 'just next door' to lucid dreams because you end up wondering if they were actually dreams or if it was that your thoughts manifested as an anticipated event lucis dreams. As you can more than likely imagine, it can be hugely beneficial to keep a track of your sleeping patterns so as to afford you the opportunity to see when will be the best time for you to have lucid dreams. Interestingly enough, lucid dreams also have the ability to help people overcome sleeping disorders such as insomnia. 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 lucis dreams. In the vast majority of cases, your mind will take care of all the finer details lucis dreams. Now until recent times, this craft known as lucid dreaming took up a great deal of one's time, and many grew frustrated and quit because of this. But recent advances in audio technology have made things far, far easier for anyone who seeks to experience lucid dreaming lucis dreams. A lot of people agree that listening to binaural audios is definitely the easiest and most consistently successful way of experiencing lucid dreaming lucis dreams. Binaural audios work by playing various degrees of frequencies into each ear. The results are deeply relaxing for the listener and then shifting their brain waves to the same frequency for having lucid dreams lucis dreams. Before this technology was made available, lucid dreaming had to be ultimately induced by meditation techniques; and these usually took several years to learn, on top of the fact that their austerity a touch too much for most people who then quit trying to master lucid dreams. Particularly in conjunction with hypnotherapy, binaural sound waves can get your mind ready for lucid dreaming, sometimes as early as your first attempt! A Lucid Dream is defined as a dream where you know you are dreaming and you can manipulate your dream. In the context of dreaming, 'lucid' means being aware or conscious, but of course the lucidity of a dream can vary dramatically depending on the dream itself, how much of the dream you remember, and also how much influence you have with regards to controlling the dream. The most remarkable factor about the amazing Lucid Dream is the experience while dreaming. Just being able to identify and impact your dream is astounding lucis dreams. You can decide which direction you want the dream to go in and there really are no limits to what experiences you can have! Just think about this for a moment lucis dreams. 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 lucis dreams. To a great extent, by mastering the art of lucid dreaming, you're taking control of your own private world of virtual reality. You want to experience lucid dreams. Fair enough, you know what you want. But where do you begin in your endeavor? You need to know why it is that you want to be a lucid dreamer. Are there benefits to be gained through lucid dreaming? There are, but to understand them we should first start by examining normal sleep. Normal sleep helps us refresh ourselves for the next day. However, when you experience lucid dreaming, you would be able to control the period of time when you were dreaming. The human body has a built in requirement for sleep. It rests the body so that we are prepared to continue our lives lucis dreams. Without it, there is strong evidence for insanity. That is all well and good but there is nothing saying we cannot control certain aspects of sleep is there? Lucid Dreams Lucid dreaming is an incredible skill that more and more people are mastering. Having a Lucid Dream is something almost everyone experiences very occasionally, but just imagine how exhilarating it would be if you could Lucid Dream whenever you want to! Lucid Dreaming gives you the opportunity to have any experience that you can think of. You can meet anyone you ever wanted to, visit other planets, have unbridled erotic experiences, speak with the loved ones you have lost; anything you can imagine can happen. 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. What are the steps to begin having these 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 lucis dreams. The best way to practice dream recall is through keeping a dream journal. This is a tool in which you write down whatever you can remember about your dream so you can recall it in the future lucis dreams. Do this right after you wake up - dreams are harder to remember the longer you wait. Lucid Dreaming, also known as conscious dreaming is the practice of remaining aware of oneself as well as the fact that one is dreaming while dreaming. While in a dream, you are conscious of the fact that the things you see and experience are only a dream. You can have some control over your dreams once you are able to practice lucid dreaming, unlike in ordinary dreams lucis dreams. This is nothing short of the metaphysical. Your limitations are lifted; you can do the 'impossible' lucis dreams. Is it as simple as that? Can you experience lucid dreaming and do anything you want that under normal circumstances is impossible while being awake in reality?