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Published on Dec 10, 2011
I am a lucid dreamer.
At night, I have long and colorful dreams that I remember easily upon awakening.
Dreams interest me, and I record them in my dream journal when I wake up.
Because I want to experience my dreams consciously, my brain listens for the special audio reminder that I've selected to be my lucid dreaming cue. When I hear this cue, I become more aware of my surroundings and the fact that I may be dreaming. I'm free to let the dream unfold as it wishes or take gentle and confident control of the story and my actions, and experience the dream consciously.
Yet if I find myself in bed at night with the audio cue playing, I will remember my intention to reenter my dreams consciously. I remain still and keep my eyes closed. I start to gently visualize the last fragment of a dream that I remember, or any other fragment that I can imagine. I do not let my thought wander as I gently hold the fragment in my mind and visualize the scene.
As I hold the fragment in my mind with an intention to re-enter it consciously, I notice that the memory of the dream becomes more and more vivid over time, until it fully envelops me.
I gently and confidently test my state by moving my fingers in a dream. Once I can no longer feel my body in bed, I'm free to step into a dream consciously. I can move my entire body within a dream, as if it was reality. I know full well that just moments ago I was laying in my bed, and now I'm dreaming. My body is safe, and everything around me is a product of my imagination.
To further awaken my brain within a dream, I perform a reality check. I've done so many times before in the waking world. I find my iPhone or any other digital clock and look at it multiple times. Each time, as the clock changes unpredictably, my brain becomes more aware that I'm dreaming.
I proceed to dream consciously until I awaken.
If I find that the dream is unstable and I feel myself awakening, I will remember my intention to re-enter the dream consciously. Once I find myself in bed again, I'm free to record a dream in my dream journal or proceed to re-enter the dream once again, by gently and confidently keeping the last scene of a dream within my mind.
To be recited before bed while using the Singularity Experience for iPhone
I am a lucid dreamer. I can have lucid dreams at any night of my choice using this technique.