A Guide to Lucid Dreaming

Have you ever wished that you could change the outcome of a particular dream or series of dreams? Have you ever wished that you could alter the sequence of events within a dream? If there is one thing that we at Harmony Soul Regression know is that the subconscious is a tricky thing. The recollection of past life experiences and past life healing are things that must be guided by professionals but lucid dreams can be initiated by you. What are lucid dreams? Dream lucidity is the awareness that you are dreaming while you are dreaming. In this state, you are able to control yourself and are not just a powerless spectator as is the case in most other types of dreams. Some people are – through a variety of techniques – able gain a level of control during the dream state of their surroundings, their appearance, the background, etc. This is relevant to past life therapy in that it is another proof that you can regain a measure of control of your life that may seem out of your hands. But what are some methods you can use to achieve dream lucidity? Here are some of the most effective techniques:

  • Start a dream journal and write down at least one dream you’ve had the previous night every morning.
  • Perform Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD) before you sleep. With this technique, you induce lucid dreaming in four parts: Dream Recall, Reality Checks, Lucid Affirmations, Dream visualization. You can find out exactly how to do so here.
  • Induce your lucid dreams by using This is called Smell Induced Lucid Dreams (SILD) and some people have found it to be very effective.
  • Use frequent reality checks. Every few hours throughout the day check whether or not you are dreaming or not. Look at a clock and then look away and then look back to the clock again. Often, in dreams, such details such as the exact time will be nonsensical or nonlinear.
  • Drift back to sleep when awakened from a dream: At the point where you wake during a dream and can remember it in detail, write it in your journal. Then, upon falling asleep again, think about the details of the dream.
  • Set your alarm to wake you during REM sleep (about every 90 minutes) and then record your dreams.

Finally, lucid dreaming is not just about gaining a measure of control of your life but it is also about interpreting messages that may be vital to your psyche. We can also help you decode messages that your subconscious may be trying to communicate to you. That is the goal of past life therapy.

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