Meditation Techniques To Induce Lucid Dreams

Posted by Star on Jul 20th 2020

Meditation Techniques To Induce Lucid Dreams

In this blog I will teach you how to become lucid, not just in the sleep state, but in the waking state as well. This is the most critical part of gaining lucidity in your dreams. First, you must understand what the word "lucid" means in this context. We're speaking about a conscious awareness of the now. It's this sort of "I am" epiphany. The idea is to lay down and meditate. Don't try to stop your thoughts, or as Charley Morley says "neither engage or reject them". Simply become AWARE of what is entering your mind. Observe the thoughts as they pass and try to stay aware of what is happening both inside and outside of your mind and body.

It's a good idea to practice this right before sleep. I remember when I first got into lucid dreaming, it took me so much effort and time to have them. I used to be better at it back then that I am now in terms of recalling the duration of the dream for much longer. On the flip side, my lucid dreams are much more spontaneous and effortless these days. For this reason, I am going to get a lot of 'memory' herbs for the shop and myself here soon. That's the one thing that a lot of people struggle with. You could be having lucid dreams every night, but if you don't recall them then what is the point?

So keep this in mind if you want to explore your own psyche and make use of the roughly 30 years of your life you will spend asleep. You need to improve your memory, dream recall, and awareness because lucidity is about flexing the muscle of internal awareness and realizing that you ARE in this moment as it is happening. It's about observing and witnessing the now. So if you can practice that in the waking state and truly understand what it means, then you can greatly increase your chances of having lucid dreams, and eventually having them with no effort and even intention, although I definitely suggest to never stop trying and intending.