How To Lucid Dream

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to control your dreams? To be able to fly or breathe underwater? To explore other worlds or meet fantastic creatures? If you have, then you’ve experienced a small taste of what it’s like to lucid dream.

Lucid dreaming is the practice of becoming conscious during a dream. This can happen spontaneously, but it usually takes some training and practice to achieve intentionally. By learning how to lucid dream, you can explore the farthest reaches of your imagination, fulfill secret desires, and face fears in a safe environment. You can even use lucid dreaming for problem-solving or creative inspiration.

If you’re new to the practice of lucid dreaming, don’t worry. In this article, we’ll show you everything you need to know about how to get started.

Below, I'll go over some of the most popular methods for inducing lucid dreams. Try out a few and see which ones work best for you!

Here are three basic steps to start having lucid dreams:

1. Keep a Dream Diary
The first step to lucidity is becoming aware of your dreams. To do this, start keeping a dream journal. Every morning when you wake up, write down everything you can remember about your dream from the night before, no matter how small or insignificant it might seem.

2. Reality Checks
Secondly, start incorporating reality checks into your everyday life. A reality check is simply an action you take throughout the day to test whether or not you are dreaming. For example, you might try to push your finger through your palm or look at a clock to see if the time changes.

3. Stay Motivated
The third and final step is to stay motivated. Learning how to lucid dream takes time and practice, so it's important not to get discouraged if you don't have a lucid dream right away (or if you forget what to do once you're actually in a dream). Just keep trying— eventually, you'll get there!

Supplements:

Galantamine Supplements

Galantamine is a natural supplement that is derived from jimsonweed seeds. It works by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase, an enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine in the brain. Acetylcholine is responsible for regulating sleep and wakefulness, so by inhibiting its breakdown, galantamine can help extend periods of REM sleep—the sleep stage during which we dream.

To use galantamine as a lucid dreaming supplement, take 0.5-4mg about an hour before bedtime. Start with a lower dose and increase it gradually if you don't notice any effects after a few nights. Some people report mild side effects such as headaches, nausea, stomach cramps, and vivid dreams when taking galantamine, so be sure to start with a low dose and increase gradually as needed.

Choline Supplements

Choline is another natural supplement that can be used to induce lucid dreams. Choline is found in foods such as eggs, meat, dairy products, legumes, nuts, and seeds. It's also available in supplement form (usually as choline bitartrate or alpha GPC). Choline works by increasing levels of acetylcholine in the brain, which can lengthen periods of REM sleep and make dreams more vividley-colored experiences resulting in lucidity.

To use choline as a lucid dreaming supplement, take 500-1000mg about an hour before bedtime. Start with a lower dose if you are new to using choline supplements or have never supplemented with anything before. Just like with galantamine, some people report mild side effects such as headaches or vivid dreams when taking choline supplements, so it's best to start slow and increase gradually if needed.

Lucid dreaming is an incredible experience that everyone should try at least once. It's like getting a glimpse into another world—a world where anything is possible! If you're interested in learning how to lucid dream, just follow these three simple steps: keep a dream diary, incorporate reality checks into your daily life, and stay motivated. With a little bit of practice, anyone can learn how to do it!

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