Lucid dreaming is controlling your dreams. Specifically, a lucid dream is defined as any dream in which you are aware you are dreaming, whether you do anything or not. In this dream, everything is completely real. It is not like watching a movie, it is being there.

Why Should I Learn Lucid Dreaming?

1. It is the best entertainment you’ll ever get. And it’s free!
2. It has therapeutic purposes, such as confronting fears in nightmares.
3. It makes you feel good.
4. You can use it to practice real life skills, like practicing a speech.

How hard is it to learn?

Not hard. It simply takes dedication and some time.

Ok, so how long does it take to learn?

This is highly dependent on the individual. The time required to obtain a lucid dream could be anywhere from the night you start to three months from now. If you keep at it, you’ll get one. The tougher part is getting them constantly. It is a skill, and will develop like any other skill: Relative to how much time and effort you put into it.

Where are some good places to start learning?

The most likely place you’ll need to start is remembering your dreams. If you already remember your dreams, then a technique such as MILD is probably the next stop. I’ve written an introduction to lucid dreaming, and Dream Views also has a nice introduction. LD4all’s forum is the best place to ask for help, although you can always ask me too!

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