Mindfulness and Lucid Dreaming
Dec14

Mindfulness and Lucid Dreaming

Lucid Dreaming Being aware inside of a dream is not unlike the awareness you’re currently feeling as you read these words—except the worlds in your dreams lack certain consistencies. For example, if you were to click back on your browser at this very moment, then click forward, you’d end up on this webpage again. In a dream state, you might click back then forward and end up on a different webpage, or on a sailboat. Dreams are not...

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The Korean Inception
Dec08

The Korean Inception

  The Korean Powerhouse For many year now, Korean Cinema has become the leading light of asia and a constant source of inspiration as Hollywood looks east to create blockbusting remakes of well received asian movies. And we believe it will not be long for Hollywood to adapt this latest fantasy movie called Lucid Dream. An impressive thriller based on a similar setting as Christopher Nolan’s Inception. With an impressive...

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Oliver Fox’s Out of Body Experiences
Dec07

Oliver Fox’s Out of Body Experiences

OLIVER FOX’S EXPERIENCES The first detailed, scientific and first-hand account of a series of conscious and voluntarily controlled astral projections were by Mr. Oliver Fox, and published in the Occult Review for 1920. These articles were entitled, respectively, “The Pineal Doorway,” and “Beyond the Pineal Door” and embody the author’s personal experiences. Mr. Fox very logically begins by placing squarely before the reader the two...

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Mindfulness and Lucid Dreaming
Dec07

Mindfulness and Lucid Dreaming

Simple Awareness Comparison of dreams with waking consciousness has traditionally focused on claims that the dreaming mind maintains only a simple awareness of perception and emotion, but lacks the self-reflective awareness and metacognition, that is, awareness of one`s current state of consciousness, which is assumed in wake. Lucid dreams are distinct in that the dreamer does have insight into the present state of consciousness, and...

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Lucid Stability
Dec04

Lucid Stability

One of the biggest challenges to achieving BIG lucid dreams is maintaining stability. By stability, I mean maintaining a strong lucid presence in the dream. Because of the huge Aha! moment when realizing you are in a dream, an excitement will take hold of the novice which causes waking up, and the end of the lucid dream – usually seconds after it begins. This is usually the case in both spontaneous/unplanned lucid dreams and...

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Dreams in Early Christianity
Dec04

Dreams in Early Christianity

Initially, Christianity continued honoring dreams and visions as a primary way that God communicated with humans. Dreams and visions literally shaped the birthing and early development of Christianity. Angels, the communicatorsof God, appeared to people in dreams in ways similar to the dream appearances of the gods of the Greeks. The births of John the Baptist and Jesus were forecast in dreams or visionary experiences. After the birth...

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