Lucid Dreaming FAQs

What is Lucid Dreaming?

Lucid dreaming is experience of gaining awareness that you are dreaming while you are inside of a dream. When we dream we have the choice to be conscious of the actions, feelings, and thoughts that occur instead of acting unconsciously. The ability to be aware that one is dreaming while one is dreaming is the essence of lucid dreaming.

What are the benefits of lucid dreaming?

When one learns to lucid dream there are infinite possibilities. We can undertake wild adventures soaring through the air like a bird, learn deeply held secrets about ourselves and the world, and even improve our self-confidence. Many people use lucid dreaming as a way to overcome nightmares, cure fear around sleep paralysis, improve their creativity, have erotic experiences, meet celebrities, receive treasured teachings from gurus, and solve complex problems. You can read here about 5 benefits of lucid dreaming you are missing out on. The only limits of lucid dreaming are those you put upon yourself.

What is Lucid Academy?

Lucid Academy is dedicated to helping people fully awaken in their dreams. We offer the highest-quality training for beginners, intermediates, and even advanced practitioners. At Lucid Academy we believe that lucid dreaming can be a portal for people to better their lives in so many fantastic ways, and we are excited to help in that process. If you want to be incredibly successful in lucid dreaming, you’ll want to sign up for our lucid dreaming video course. If you don’t know where to start, want to lucid dream quickly, or are looking to simply get better with your lucid dreaming practice, this course is for you.

Is lucid dreaming dangerous?

Lucid dreaming is perfectly safe. As with everything in life it is important to keep a balance and do your activities in moderation. Many people have scary experiences with sleep paralysis or have intense nightmares before they learn to lucid dream, and after they learn to control their dreams, the fearful experiences often slip away. This is such a common question that we decided to dedicate a whole article to it: is lucid dreaming dangerous?

Won’t you be tired when you wake up?

Waking up inside your dreams is an incredibly thrilling affair, and people often feel completely energized upon waking. You feel a sense of accomplishment. According to Yogis, who have studied consciousness for thousands of years, true relaxation comes not from simply turning off your brain or filling it with something like television, but a relaxed awareness. This relaxed awareness is the exact state of mind you cultivate when you lucid dream.

Is lucid dreaming real?

The philosophical implications of this question is something you will have to discover for yourself. I will say that once you have an experience of lucidity in your dreams that is as sharp as your waking life, it is a transcendental peak experience.

Where do I even start?

Start with Lucid Academy’s soon to be released animated Lucid Dreaming video course. This will give you an easy, step-by-step system for success with lucid dreaming. It’s the only course you’ll ever need. Just follow the instructions, do the simple practices, and enjoy the incredible world of lucid dreaming!

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