You have two options: Use the lucid dream skill, or not, and live with the
dangers that come with it.
The most important thing here is to recognize that
it’s a skill. It’s something you train, because it’s something that requires
time, and is learned after years of working with your body and your brain. Of
course, the more you train your brain, the better you become at it. But one
doesn’t need to train the brain to be able to lucid dream. It’s your brain
that needs to be trained, not the other way around.
I’ve read a lot of books about lucid dreaming, and many of them
are written by people who have practiced lucid dreams. The idea is that the
silliest thing you could do while sleep is to put into practice the
techniques and techniques that are taught by the dream book authors. They’re
not going to help you wake up from anything you’ve dreamed. But if you put in
practice the things that you learn in those books, you’ll improve.
I also read another book called the Practical Guide to Lucid Dreaming,
written by a person who had done lucid dreams in the past without the
previous author knowing it. When you read this book, you can be very
disappointed. The author, Chris O’Brien, says that when he’s lucid he
wakes up, but he can’t remember any of it. He still remembers everything he
witnessed before he woke up with the lucid dream, but he can’t remember any of
Not only can people who practice lucid dreams never remember the past, but
they can’t remember their dreams, either. They wake up thinking they were
waking fully aware of everything around them. It’s not a skill that can be
trained, it’s a skill that you work on during your lucid years. One way to
practice it, is to practice on someone who is in a lucid deep sleep state, and
watch how they wake up. Once you’ve seen how they wake up, you know what it
feels like. You can then try that technique with someone without being
surprised to wake up with a lucid dream.
So, what are you going to do? What does this skill look like in action?
The first thing to do is to think hard about what we mean by “deep sleep
Most of us, both as a society and as individuals, talk about a “good”
dream as being dreamy, or “clear,” or even “lucid.” It’s not. One of the
mistakes people make is the idea they experience a “deep sleep state.” It’s
not a deep sleep at all.
The deep sleep state is not deep sleep. It’s a sort of stupor where you’re
asleep, but you’re not asleep. For an individual, it’s not even more
disturbing than being asleep, because you’re still aware of everything around
you. For a group, it’s not any different than not sleeping. It’s just that
while sleeping, you’re not really asleep yet.
A deep sleep state is when you are aware of what’s going on around you. It’s
not exactly like the moment you’re waking up when you’re fully alert and you
can control everything. It’s not exactly like the dream state where you’re
awake and aware of everything.
A deep sleep state is a time when you’re more prone to dream, more prone to
dream lucidly, and more prone to dream lucidly more often. It’s a time when
you’re more open to dreaming, and therefore, the likelihood of you waking up
with a lucid dream is higher.
When you’re deep, the chances of you having a lucid dream are much higher. It
might be one, five, one in a thousand. It might be one in a million.
A deep sleep state has nothing to do with a dream state. Most dreamers have
been waking up without dreams, or not sleeping for an extended period of time.
Most lucid dreamers have been dreaming lucidly for longer. A common
indicator that you’re in a deep sleep state is this: “I can’t remember why I
do this or that.” It’s not enough to be half asleep. In other words, you need
to have some awareness of what’s going on around you, and you need to be
aware of your own actions.
When you’re deep, it’s easier to lucid dream for one of two reasons:
First, you probably have more time to do it. You don’t have to rush it, and
you can try it in a number of different settings. Some of you might try it at
breakfast, at your desk, in the middle of the middle of the night, or during
Second, you’re more likely to succeed. When you’re in a deep sleep state,
your unconscious has already done the hard work. Your mind is already working
at full capacity and you don’t have to fight it any more. One of the most
important things to remember is that when you’re dreaming lucidly, you’re
actually in a lucid dream, but you’re not awake. The best way to get you to
wake up is to make you really tired. But when you’re in a deep sleep state,
you can train your brain to wake up when you’re fully tired.
The next step is to wake up.
To wake up from a deep sleep state, you must consciously and forcefully push
your brain to wake up. The harder you push, the more likely your brain is to
force itself awake.
First, you need to be in a deep sleep state. If you can’t be in a deep
sleep state, you’re not dreaming lucidly. If you’re not in a deep sleep
state, then you’re in a deep sleep state.
Deep sleep is a stage of sleep that starts about one or two an hour after a
person has slept and ends one or two hours before they wake up. While in a
deep sleep state, you might not sleep, but you might not be awake.