5 myths of lucid dreaming

5 Myths Of Lucid Dreaming

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Those who have never had a conscious dream before could have difficulty to grasp its concept because many books and flicks twist the truth to make their own story more dramatic.
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Those who have never had a conscious dream before might have difficulty to grasp its concept because many books and movies twist the facts to make their own story much more dramatic. Wannabe lucid dreamers ought to be smart enough to separate fiction from fact. Listed below are the 5 myths of lucid dreaming popularised through the internet, science fiction and others:

1. You are wasting your hours in the evening if you do not lucid dream

Sleep is crucial to your survival and is not time wasted. Sleeping occur in phases, where lucid dreaming are only able to occur during REM phase, which last about 100 minutes within the 8 hours sleep. That is to say that perhaps the most proficient lucid dreamer could only go lucid to get a maximum of 100 minutes every night.

2.Just advance practitioners/meditators will surely have lucid dreams

Meditation helps in priming your brain for lucidity. However, you don't advance knowledge inside it to attain lucidity. Meditating simple means focusing your attention by yourself train of consciousness in a condition of calmness and peace. It will heighten your self-awareness while awake and ease the whole process of becoming lucid. Besides meditating, visualising dreams before you go to sleep may help in the process.

3. Lucid dreaming can be a new age fad

The ability to have consciousness whilst in your dreams may be subjected to scientific testing inside the lab and is proven to be real. Brainwaves of lucid dreamers are found to be highly involved in the gamma range, which can be more active that the brain while being awake.

4. Only others have the ability to lucid dream

It is just a false to imagine that only those with special mental skills who may have years of training can lucid dream. Everybody has the ability to lucid dream. You just have to combine two mental states; dreaming and consciousness, as both versions we already can master, separately. It is relatively easy when you know how to master a few techniques that may enhance your capacity to become conscious within dreams. These requires patience and naturally, practice.

5. When you die while lucid dreaming, you can either die physically OR get up

Lucid dreamers have passed away regularly in dreams and also have never died in the real world. Similarly, dying in a lucid dream will not result in waking up. Instead, you will just emerge in a new dream scene, either as a new character or whatever that my subconscious wants me to be. If you really want to wake (e.g during nightmares), it is advisable to just shout "wake up!" white buying and selling your eyes.

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Posted on: 04:39 PM - 26 Dec 12

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