Lucid Dreaming Tactics During waking hours, do reality checks such as walk into a wall or spread your arms and try to fly.If you can, then you are dreaming and if you can't then you are awake. It will teach your body to do this in your dreams. 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. It helps you to determine your dream signs and to control them. A good way to accomplish this is to set your alarm for five hours of sleep. This strategy is designed to take full advantage of REM state, which is the best time for a lucid dream. Once the alarm sounds take an hour to write down everything that you remember dreaming. You can then go back to sleep and tell yourself to continue that same dream. Cycle Adjustment Technique This was created by Daniel Love, and what it is, is setting your alarm to wake you up an hour and a half before your normal time precognitive dreams. Once you've adjusted to waking up early, alternate your alarm to wake you up normally and early. During times you are to wake up normally, you're body will already be ready to wake up early, and therefore, you will be likely to be awake in your dream precognitive dreams. Wake-Initiation of Lucid Dream (WILD) This being the most interesting method of lucid dreaming, it involves entering the dream world in full conscious state of mind. It is more like watching a movie wherein you wait in front of the blank screen for the movie to start precognitive dreams. In this case you let your body sleep while you wait to enter the world of your dreams with full awareness and control to have the time of your life. 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, how do you manage it? There are two main ways. The first is what's called a dream initiated lucid dream, or DILD precognitive dreams. That's when the dreamer realizes they're dreaming in the middle of a dream, restoring their consciousness without leaving the dreaming state itself. The next way is called wake initiated lucid dream (WILD); in this process, you go from wake to sleep stage with no loss of consciousness. To put it more simply you walk through the door from here to your dreams instead of just happening upon them 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. 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. Just set an alarm clock to go off two or three hours before you are going to get up. When the alarm goes off, wake up and turn it off; then go back to sleep, and sink down deep into detailed lucid dreams. So, keep in mind that it's a great tool to know your sleeping patterns. By knowing these, you are best able to know your best times to sink down into lucid dreams. Lucid dreaming can actually help you fight sleeping disorders, like insomnia. Whenever you are struggling to sleep at the normal sleeping hours, you just need to tell your mind that sleeping equals lucid dreaming, and your mind will take care of all the thoughts that are preventing you from falling asleep. It once was the case that it could take years to learn lucid dreaming; the only way to prepare the mind was meditation, which took a long time to master. A lot of people lack the discipline and would simply give up. New technologies, especially audio technology have made it possible for anyone to experience lucid dreaming. One of the quickest and most reliable methods of inducing lucid dreaming is to listen to binaural beats audio precognitive dreams. Binaural audios play slightly different frequencies in each ear in stereo. This results in a deeply relaxed state and a receptive brainwave configuration for the listener, who now can experience lucid dreams (assuming his mind was already prepared as described above) precognitive dreams. 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. The bottom line is; that by making use of by binaural beats, you should be able to experience lucid dreaming relatively soon after your first attempt, particularly if you combine this sound technology with hypnosis precognitive dreams. If you are unfamiliar with the term, a lucid dream is one in which you are aware that you are dreaming. 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. This last factor is probably one of the most remarkable parts of lucid dreaming. Experiencing and identifying a dream and taking control of it is really quite an amazing feat. The simple fact of knowing that you are dreaming and identifying the dream as such is astounding. You are in control of your dream and can have any experience with your lucid dream that you want to have. Just imagine that for an instant precognitive dreams. It looks feels and sounds exactly the same as 'normal' reality, except that you know that it isn't precognitive dreams. You know that you are perfectly safe; you cannot die or get injured when lucid dreaming. There are no normal rules and regulations about what you get up to! This is the kind of personal virtual reality experience which no computer yet created can come close to. So you want to lucid dream. Well that's a good start, at least you know what you want to do; but how exactly do you go about it? Moreover, what are the reasons behind you wanting to achieve this? In order to understand the benefits, let us first understand normal sleep. Normal sleep consists of merely closing your eyes to see either a dream or a black screen till the time you wake up. Not very interesting, is it? The only purpose normal sleep serves is that it refreshes your body enough so that you can live out the next day. But how would you feel if you could have controlled that brief span of time in between? LUCID DREAMING Lucid Dreaming is an incredible skill and many more people are learning to experience it. The Lucid Dream is very rarely experienced by those who are unaware of it or who have not taken the time to learn how to do it. Can you imagine how fun and thrilling it would be to be able to have a lucid dream whenever you wanted to? 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! Being able to Lucid Dream whenever you want is an ability which people once had to spend a very long time to learn precognitive dreams. People would spend months and months in training before they had their very first Lucid Dream. Some people found that no matter how hard they tried, they were never able to have a Lucid Dream. So what are the techniques to use in order to induce lucid dreaming via these two ways? Recall your dreams A good way to induce lucid dreaming is through dream recall technique which involves practicing to remember your dreams in detail after you wake up. This helps you in remembering your dreams so that you realize that you are dreaming when you have similar dreams, which is quite common an affair precognitive dreams. The best way to remember your dreams is of course to write them down. Keep a pen and pad by the bed and immediately upon waking from a dream write it down precognitive dreams. The reason you want to write it immediately upon waking is so you do not forget any part of the dream precognitive dreams. Dreams tend to fade from our conscious mind rather quickly precognitive dreams. Essentially, lucid dreaming is a skill which some people have developed which allows them to actually be aware of the fact that they're dreaming, and that things which appeared to be happening, are not. Furthermore, people who experience lucid dreams tend to have the ability to exercise a certain amount of control over a lucid dream. This is nothing short of the metaphysical. Your limitations are lifted; you can do the 'impossible'. But of course, if this power is so great, the question is: can it really be learned by just about everyone? Or does one have to have special, unique talents?