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How Can You Control Your Dreams?

Some dreams feel so revelatory-if only returning to sleep would take us back there. It turns out, however, that our ability to shape our dreams is better than mere chance. In the blockbuster movie Inception, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his compatriots use drugs and psychological profiles to trigger specific dreams in people.

The Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming

By Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel and Thomas Peisel A Book Review by Dr. Lloyd Sederer Here is your invitation to enter the rapture of lucid dreams, so say these authors and guides to expanding our nocturnal experience and adventure. Do you know what a lucid dream is?

Want to control your dreams? These tips may boost your chances

Ever realised you were dreaming, but still didn’t wake up? Around half of people have experienced a lucid dream – a state so exciting that it has led to a flourishing online community eagerly exchanging tips for how to induce it. But do any of these techniques work?

Want to control your dreams? These tips may boost your chances

Ever realised you were dreaming, but still didn’t wake up? Around half of people have experienced a lucid dream – a state so exciting that it has led to a flourishing online community eagerly exchanging tips for how to induce it. But do any of these techniques work?

How To Control Your Dream (While You’re Sleeping)

The authors of A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming explain how we may be able to change and guide our dreams while we sleep, making us happier — and able to fly. By Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel and Thomas Peisel Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming.

How Keeping a Dream Journal Can Help You Understand Your Waking Life

Dreams are strange, misunderstood things. This week, Science of Us is exploring the latest research that helps explain what they are, what they might mean, and how they affect our waking lives. Here are just a few of the things that were born from their creators’ dreams: Frankenstein, the modern sewing machine, the periodic table, Terminator, Twilight.

How To Control Your Dream (While You’re Sleeping)

The authors of A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming explain how we may be able to change and guide our dreams while we sleep, making us happier — and able to fly. By Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel and Thomas Peisel Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming.

Can you control your dreams?

(CNN) — Life doesn’t always go the way you want, but sometimes dreams do. A lucid dreamer is a person who is aware that he or she is dreaming and is able to manipulate the plot and outcome of the dream, like a video game.

How Can You Control Your Dreams?

Some dreams feel so revelatory-if only returning to sleep would take us back there. It turns out, however, that our ability to shape our dreams is better than mere chance. In the blockbuster movie Inception, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his compatriots use drugs and psychological profiles to trigger specific dreams in people.

Want to control your dreams? These tips may boost your chances

Ever realised you were dreaming, but still didn’t wake up? Around half of people have experienced a lucid dream – a state so exciting that it has led to a flourishing online community eagerly exchanging tips for how to induce it. But do any of these techniques work?

A Technique To Control Your Dreams Has Been Verified For The First Time

A technique to induce lucid dreaming has been independently verified for the first time, and might be even more effective when combined with others. More than half the participants lucidly dreamed during the trial, a record-breaking success rate in just a week without using external intervention.

Can you control your dreams?

(CNN) — Life doesn’t always go the way you want, but sometimes dreams do. A lucid dreamer is a person who is aware that he or she is dreaming and is able to manipulate the plot and outcome of the dream, like a video game.

How Can You Control Your Dreams?

Some dreams feel so revelatory-if only returning to sleep would take us back there. It turns out, however, that our ability to shape our dreams is better than mere chance. In the blockbuster movie Inception, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his compatriots use drugs and psychological profiles to trigger specific dreams in people.

How to control your dreams

To control a dream is to open up an infinite and malleable world with the opportunity for every experience imaginable, from human flight to sexual odysseys and the commanding of seas. Most people have lucid dreamed at some point in their life, but it tends to be rare, only last for a few seconds and be marked by the feeling that you are still not completely in control.

How To Control Your Dream (While You’re Sleeping)

The authors of A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming explain how we may be able to change and guide our dreams while we sleep, making us happier — and able to fly. By Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel and Thomas Peisel Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming.

Four Levels of Lucid Dreaming

Inspired by this post and subsequent discussion on Facebook, I have started thinking about the philosophy of lucid dreaming again. As I have mentioned on earlier occasions, I have been practicing lucid dreaming for a few years. There are at least four levels of lucid dreaming: 1. Knowing that you are dreaming 2.

Four Levels of Lucid Dreaming

Inspired by this post and subsequent discussion on Facebook, I have started thinking about the philosophy of lucid dreaming again. As I have mentioned on earlier occasions, I have been practicing lucid dreaming for a few years. There are at least four levels of lucid dreaming: 1. Knowing that you are dreaming 2.

Lucid dreamers help scientists locate the seat of meta-consciousness in the brain

Studies of lucid dreamers show which centers of the brain become active when we become aware of ourselves in dreams. The human capacity of self-perception, self-reflection and consciousness development are among the unsolved mysteries of neuroscience. Now scientists are shedding new light on this area.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2737577/

Lucid dreamers help scientists locate the seat of meta-consciousness in the brain

Studies of lucid dreamers show which centers of the brain become active when we become aware of ourselves in dreams. The human capacity of self-perception, self-reflection and consciousness development are among the unsolved mysteries of neuroscience. Now scientists are shedding new light on this area.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2737577/

What You Smell As You Sleep Influences Your Dreams

What you smell as you sleep has the power to influence your dreams, says new research presented at the 2008 American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO in Chicago, IL.* German researchers used specific volatile odorants with a negative or a positive smell (“rotten eggs” versus “roses”) to simulate subjects during sleep.

Flashback Friday: Want to control your dreams? Shock your brain to induce lucid dreaming! – Seriously, Science?

Photo: Flickr/Hartwig HKD Lucid dreaming occurs when you become aware that you are dreaming, and if you can control your dream experience, it can be really fun. Sadly, while there are ways to improve your chances of lucid dreaming, including keeping a dream diary and testing whether you might be dreaming with “reality checks”, lucid dreaming can …

Induction of self awareness in dreams through frontal low current stimulation of gamma activity

Lucid dreaming, in which the sleeper is aware of the dream state, has been associated with increased neural activity around 40 Hz (lower gamma band), but their causal relationship remains unclear. The authors show that, during REM sleep, fronto-temporal transcranial stimulation in the lower gamma band can induce lucid dreaming.

This Startup Says It Can Use Science to Help You Control Your Dreams

In two previous articles I covered research that suggested electrical brain stimulation could make you more creative. However, it still seemed far from becoming affordable and off-the-shelf. Until now, that is.

How Can You Control Your Dreams?

Some dreams feel so revelatory-if only returning to sleep would take us back there. It turns out, however, that our ability to shape our dreams is better than mere chance. In the blockbuster movie Inception, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his compatriots use drugs and psychological profiles to trigger specific dreams in people.

How Lucid Dreaming Could Help Treat PTSD

Art by Roc Morin The recurring nightmares began when Dr. Glen Just was five years old. Every night, soldiers would capture him, drag him onto a submarine, and drill a hole into his back as he screamed. Just now believes these chronic nightmares to be symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder caused by years of maternal abuse.


http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Sleep/researchers-find-nightmare-cures-post-traumatic-stress-patients/story?id=11300422

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