10 Things You Didn’t Know About Mild Technique Lucid Dreaming

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10 Things You Didn't Know About Mild Technique Lucid Dreaming

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Mild Technique Lucid Dreaming

There are several different techniques used to induce lucid dreaming or let you know that you’re dreaming in the first place. You can search all sorts of searches related to lucid dreaming and find specific techniques.  

So one technique is to use the ‘MILD’ technique of lucid dreaming, and another uses the ‘WAKEFUL’ technique of lucid dreaming.

Mild Technique for Lucid Dreamers

The mild technique lucid dreamers are more interested in “waking up” during a dream and redoing the dream, then feeling there and being able to do things in the dream environment with complete awareness. The WAKEFUL lucid dreamers are more interested in being able to experience the quality of dreaming while dreaming. So the WAKEFUL lucid dreamers have slightly different goals from the mild technique lucid dreamers.

Also, there is another method to lucid dreaming where you are in a regular body and mind state. Still, something seems to be blocking you from being able to enter an enhanced lucid dreaming state while waking.

10 Facts you should know before starting mild technique lucid dreaming

  1. Mild Technique Lucid Dreaming should never be practiced after a full day of work or school, as the body needs time to recover and revitalize. 
  2. You can use a technique to induce lucid dreaming, which involves taking a pill or drinking tea that contains L-theanine (which helps increase the brain’s focus and concentration) before going to sleep. 
  3. It may be difficult for first-time lucid dreamers to realize that they’re dreaming, as it is quite rare for them. 
  4. Ideally, we should keep our minds clear and focus on something that we want in our dreams, such as reliving the moment of winning an election or bathing in waterfalls. 
  5. Try to make sure you get adequate sleep before going to bed to have a good chance of lucid dreaming! 
  6. It’s best to fall asleep with a glass of water by your side, as it helps you relax. 
  7. Regularly practice certain techniques (as mentioned on the main page), such as lucid dreaming induction and lucid dreaming preconditioning, to get the most out of your journey into the unknown. 
  8. Bring along some form of entertainment (such as a book), so you don’t become bored in your dreams! 
  9. Once you’ve mastered the mild lucid dreaming technique, you can move on to advanced techniques and possibly completely control your dreams! 

10 . The best time for practicing mild lucid dreaming is at night when you’re sleeping without any distractions.

What is Lucid Dreaming?

Lucid means that you become aware you are in a dream and can control your dreams. This awareness may occur in the dream itself or during a period of wakefulness before entering the REM state when dreaming occurs.

Beyond these basic facts, no one really knows what makes people lucid or how to be one.

Hypothetical theories behind Lucid Dreaming

Some people believe that lucid dreams are a byproduct of normal dreaming. The theory is that because lucid dreaming and ordinary dreaming share some physiological characteristics in common, lucid dreaming may be a result of making certain REM-sleep conditions more favorable for lucid dreaming. 

By increasing the frequency of eye movements or muscle twitches or by decreasing brain activity in certain regions, people may be able to have lucid dreams at will.

Another theory is based on the idea that we are constantly bombarded with stimuli from our environment during the day (taking in sights, sounds, sensations) and that our brains do not sort through this information while we sleep. 

So when we dream, we are still taking in sensory information from the outside world. That is why dreams can sometimes seem so real that we actually believe that the events are really happening. It has been suggested that it might be possible to become aware during dreaming that you are dreaming and thereby gain some control over the dream.

This ability to realize you are dreaming could help deal with nightmares (which, by definition, occur during REM sleep). If you knew you were having a nightmare and what it was about, you could confront and resolve whatever is frightening you or change the content of your dream.

Evidence suggests dreams may serve a biological function, such as honing survival skills or enhancing memory. The evolutionary value of dreams may explain why people believe lucid dreams are a byproduct of normal dreaming. 

The theory is that because lucid dreaming and ordinary dreaming share some physiological characteristics in common, lucid dreaming may be a result of making certain REM-sleep conditions more favorable for lucid dreaming. By increasing the frequency of eye movements or muscle twitches or by decreasing brain activity in certain regions, people may be able to have lucid dreams at will.

Another theory is based on the idea that our brains are constantly bombarded with stimuli from our environment during the day, so it may be difficult for dreamers to process all these sights, sounds, and sensations when we go to sleep.

Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Lucid Dream in 5 Minutes

First, you need to set your alarm to go off after 5-6 hours of sleep time. Then, before going to bed, make sure your room’s lights are turned off but still visible enough, so you’re not surprised if they turn on during the night, and don’t forget to set your watch or cell phone on the other side-bedside table where it’s easy for you to see before you fall asleep.

When your alarm goes off, get up and — most importantly — make sure that you are lucid dreaming by consciously going through a phase of sleeping.

How to lucid dream in 5 minutes?

  1. To start with, close your eyes and take a deep breath in. Next, imagine that you’re breathing out any negative thoughts. Once you’re done with this exercise, give yourself 5-10 minutes to fall asleep before repeating the process with another deep breath in and out while thinking of the opposite effect.
  2. Once you fall asleep, try to remember the things you did the night before and think about what would have happened if those events had occurred differently.
  3. Keep thinking in that direction until you start dreaming again. It helps to repeat imaginary words in your mind, such as: “I’m dreaming,” “I’m lucid,” “I like my dreams,” or anything else that can remind you of your reality while sleeping.
  4. If all goes well, you should wake up in a dream and be able to control yourself within it, but if not — no worries! Just try tomorrow night again by making sure you’re relaxed and ready for some serious sleep.

How to lucid dream effectively?

The most common type of dream, “lucid dreaming,” is a state in which the dreamer is aware that they’re in a dream and may be able to control how it turns out. Once you know how to lucid dream effectively, this means you have an opportunity to take charge of your unconscious desires and direct them into being fulfilled in the real world!

While practicing the steps above, you can also try a few more things to make sure you will remember and recognize when you’re in the dream state.

  1. Cook and eat last night’s dinner, especially if it was something spicy or unusual. You’ll most likely notice weird things about it once you’re dreaming.
  2. Think about the night before and try to find a detail that is unresolved or just odd — like: “I realized I forgot my book at home,” “I got lost on the way back,” or anything else that might make sense in a lucid dream.
  3. One of the keys to remembering your dreams is if you have a consistent dream journal. Keeping track of everything in your mind throughout the night will allow you to remember interesting details about your dreams simply because this information can be handy later on. 

It is best to write down dream content at least once every day. Later on, when attempting to recall a specific dream, it will be easier for your mind to recall it. Try to sleep on your back as it is the most effective position and helps to relax your body. 

Most people know that a person who sleeps on their stomach is much more likely to experience nightmares. As it relates to lucid dreaming, the brain is still active when this type of sleeping position is used. This can provide an opportunity for the mind to play tricks if the person becomes aware that they are in a dream.

With this in mind, simply sleeping on your back will prevent most of these problems from occurring. Even if you end up having a nightmare, you won’t have as much “room” to mess with your dreams.

How to Lucid Dream Every Night

If you want a lucid dream, you must sleep and ask yourself, “am I dreaming?” or “is this a dream?”. You will begin to do it in your dreams by doing this several times a day. You must also put some effort into it because it may not work right away. The more times you have the thought in one day, the more you will remember it in your dreams. 

And if you already have lucid dreams, then continue to do so every night because they get clearer as time goes on. If you want something out of the ordinary to happen in your dream, like a magic trick, then every night, ask something out of the ordinary. 

The dream will come true, but it might not happen for a couple of nights, months, or years. You may ask for an animal to talk to or someone you know to be different. Be aware that that thing may not be there next month, and you must stay the same way in real life, so the animal doesn’t change.

Also, suppose you have a dream exactly like something you saw on TV. In that case, it is more likely to be reality than a dream. It should be ignored as a normal reality with no relation to lucid dreaming.

Is lucid dreaming dangerous?

The idea of lucid dreaming is that you have a dream but know it to be a dream. In other words, you can fly in your dreams because you are aware that it’s all just imagery and thought. But does lucid dreaming cause any real damage?

Lucid dreaming is not dangerous as long as you’re careful. With just a little practice, lucid dreaming can help adjust your sleeping cycle and keep your subconscious more active during the day to sleep better at night. In addition, lucid dreaming provides the perfect chance to re-imagine your fears or even do something completely new, like become a masterful artist. So no matter what, if done right, there’s nothing to fear when having a lucid dream.

But once you’re lucid, be careful not to do anything dangerous. Many people report that they have physically hurt themselves during lucid dreaming, but this is only because they were doing something dangerous in their dream state. Unfortunately, these people often mistake the dream world for reality and attempt to hurt themselves or others.

For example, one man reportedly tried to kill a person who didn’t exist in real life (he was dreaming about him). So keep in mind what your intentions are when lucid; if you’re trying to “kill” someone in your dreams.

If your goal is lucid dreaming, you want to practice keeping your dreams lucid as often as possible. There are plenty of ways to do this, all a bit more simple than what happens in reality. 

You may be able to just remember the fact that you’re dreaming. Still, more likely, you’ll have to actively remind yourself about the whole idea if you use some kind of cue like a picture or saying, it’ll probably go a lot faster.

If your goal is to fly, then just do it! There’s no need for practice like there would be if this were something that you strive to do in reality.