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Common reality checks that people use to lucid dream:
Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD), created by LaBerge, was one of the first methods that used scientific research to bring on lucid dreams.
It’s based on a behavior called prospective memory, which involves setting an intention to do somethi...
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Lucid dreaming might help people therapeutically:
A dream journal, or dream diary, is a popular method for initiating lucid dreaming.
When you record your dreams, you’re forced to remember what happens during each one. It helps you recognize dreamsigns and enhances awareness of your dreams.
Log your dreams r...
Psychophysiologist Dr. Stephen LaBerge has become the pioneer in the subject.
He invented one of the most popular lucid dreaming techniques and led many scientific studies.
His work has helped researchers discover therapeutic benefits of lucid dreaming, which may ...
They train your mind to pay attention to your own consciousness. They’re also designed to help you regain or maintain consciousness as you enter REM sleep.
Wake back to bed (WBTB) involves entering REM sleep while you’re still conscious.
Reality checking is a form of mental training. It increases metacognition by training your mind to notice your own awareness.
Enhance your metacognition by doing reality tests while you’re awake.
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Wake-Initiated Lucid Dream (WILD) occurs when you directly enter a dream from waking life.
WILD helps your mind stay conscious while your body goes to sleep.
Basically, you lay down and relax until you experience a hypnagogic hallucination, o...
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The dreams you remember are the ones that are ongoing when you awaken. To help recall your dreams, tell yourself as you’re falling asleep that you want to remember your dream. If that’s your last thought, you may be more likely to wake up with a dream still somewhat fresh in your mem...
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