2. Lucid Dreaming and Awareness

Lucid dreaming is a unique state of consciousness in which a person becomes aware that they are dreaming while the dream is still ongoing. In other words, it is the experience of being consciously aware within the dream and having the ability to actively participate and manipulate the dream environment.

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Am I dreaming?

Lucid dreaming is like having your very own "dream-cation" package. Forget about booking flights, dealing with travel agents, or agonizing over packing lists. With lucid dreaming, you can have the most epic adventures right from the comfort of your cozy bed. Want to climb Mount Everest? No problem! Just dream it, and you're instantly equipped with the best climbing gear and a thermos of dreamy hot cocoa to keep you warm. Or maybe you fancy a beach vacation with crystal-clear waters and sun-kissed sand? Done! Just close your dreamy eyes, and voila! You're sipping dream cocktails under a dreamy palm tree, with dream dolphins performing acrobatics in the background. Lucid dreaming is the ultimate all-inclusive dream getaway, where you can enjoy luxurious amenities, exotic destinations, and never worry about the dreaded suitcase shuffle. So grab your dream passport, buckle up your imaginary seatbelt, and get ready for a dream-adventure that beats any reality vacation. Bon voyage, dream traveler!

So how do we get there? Easy peazy as my daughter says to things 😉 But first, we need to kind of train our conscious selves. I am going to share the two that worked the best for me.

Reality Checks: Perform reality checks throughout the day to train your brain to question whether you are dreaming or awake. This could involve looking at your hands and examining the details, trying to push your finger through your palm (because in your dream it actually goes through your hand), or questioning your surroundings (because things will be out of place). These checks will become habitual, and eventually, you'll start doing them in your dreams, triggering lucidity.

Dream Journaling: Keep a dream journal next to your bed and write down your dreams as soon as you wake up. By regularly recording your dreams, you enhance your dream recall and become more familiar with the patterns and themes that occur in your dreams. This increased awareness can help you recognize when you are dreaming… triggering lucidity.

Are you ready? If you think you have now mastered your Meditation and Mindfulness, it’s time to take it to the next step. Here is an advanced technique for entering a lucid dream state directly from a state of wakefulness. It requires a delicate balance of relaxation and mental alertness as you navigate the transitional space between wakefulness and the dream world.

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Here's a more detailed breakdown of the technique:

Find a comfortable position and create a calm sleep environment. It's often helpful to practice before bed at night, as you'll be more likely to enter a dream state rather quickly.

Begin by focusing your awareness (consciousness 😉) on your breathing and allowing your body to relax deeply. Release any tension or tightness, starting from your toes and gradually moving up to your head. The goal is to achieve a state of deep physical relaxation while maintaining mental clarity. As your body relaxes, shift your attention to your mental state. Stay alert and maintain clear consciousness as your body prepares to fall asleep. You want to avoid making any movement and try keep as still as possible and avoid drifting into a completely unconscious state. Remember, you are not your body so let your body fall asleep while you, your mind, your being, your consciousness goes forth to explore.

As you witness the hypnagogic imagery, aim to remain mentally present and aware. Visualize yourself entering into the dream scene, stepping into the vivid imagery that emerges. Focus on maintaining your awareness as the dream unfolds around you. With practice, you can seamlessly transition from the wakeful state to a full-fledged lucid dream.

Once you've entered the dream, it's essential to stabilize the experience to prevent premature awakening. I know from experience, sometimes you will get super excited because you just entered but the trick is to stabilise your heartbeat. Also, engage your senses by touching objects in the dream, examining the details of your surroundings, or even rubbing your hands together. This helps to solidify your presence within the dream and enhances your ability to maintain lucidity. A trick you can try is pushing your hand through a mirror... then take a run up and dive through one. You'll love the experience. Let your imagination go wild!

Now that you're fully immersed in the lucid dream, you can explore, experiment, and engage with the dream environment however you choose. You can fly through the sky, summon dream characters, or embark on any other adventure your imagination desires.


A nice way to explore the power within you is to summon a dream guide, a wise and mystical figure who can help you navigate the depths of your subconscious. They might take the form of a wizard, a talking animal, or even a quirky dream guru with a sense of humor. Consult them for guidance and ask them to reveal the secrets your subconscious holds.

You also now have a unique opportunity to interact with your subconscious mind and seek answers to your life questions. The ones you need answers to. The questions that hold you back in life.

Engage in a conversation with dream characters or entities you encounter in the lucid dream. Ask them specific questions and pay attention to their responses. Remember, they are representations of your subconscious mind and can provide valuable insights for personal transformation.

After awakening from a lucid dream, take the time to reflect on the experience. Write down any insights, symbols, or messages you received. Analyze their potential meaning and how they relate to your waking life. Sometimes, the true significance of the dream may become clearer upon reflection.

Remember, the language of the subconscious is often symbolic and abstract. Be patient and open-minded when seeking answers, as they may manifest in unexpected ways. Embrace the mysteries of the dream realm and trust in the wisdom of your subconscious mind. Lucid dreaming offers a fascinating avenue for self-exploration and accessing deeper layers of consciousness.

Thank you for embarking on this journey of awakening your consciousness and exploring the depths of your subconscious mind. I hope you found this article insightful and inspiring as you delve into the world of lucid dreaming, meditation and the subconscious mind. Remember to embrace the magic of lucid dreams, where you can connect with your subconscious and seek answers to your deepest questions. In Part 3 we will continue to delve into transformative practices and profound insights and explore astral projection, frequencies and vibrations.

In the meantime, enjoy the wonders of exploring your subconscious through lucid dreaming and incorporating the meditation examples into your daily practice. May your path be filled with self-discovery, growth, and infinite possibilities.

Sweet dreams and happy exploring!

Resources you can tap into:

Lucid Dreaming: Guided lucid dreaming meditation - YouTube - CLICK HERE

Martin is a digital marketing specialist, a producer and always online. His educational background is Digital Marketing and has given him a broad base from which to approach many topics. His little girl comes first and in his spare time he really enjoys making music and creating content.

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