Take a look at some advanced lucid dreaming practices - including creating music, psychological healing and in-dream therapy, interacting with the unconscious self and more.
So you want a real challenge for your next lucid dream? Check out these thought experiments.
Pete Casale explains how he created the original song Lucid inside a lucid dream, then painstakingly replicated it digitally in the waking world.
As a lucid dreamer you have a rich source of surreal imagery and raw emotional expression. Learn how to digitally paint your lucid dreams on the iPad.
You've probably heard of many of these classic novels before. But did you know they were all inspired by the authors' dreams?
Discover 10 remarkable dreams of scientists, writers, musicians, mathematicians and inventors who subsequently changed the course of human history.
Want to get your hands on some futuristic technology? Then why not use your lucid dreams to explore new scientific concepts and developments?
Discover how Lucidology's video tutorials convey original WILD techniques like the OBE Exit.
Clinical psychologist J. Timothy Green emphasizes the power of lucid dreaming to provide a cure for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in children and adults alike.
My fear of spiders represented something big. An intrinsic belief that stemmed from my childhood - that the world was big and dark and scary and I was powerless in it.
In 17 years of lucid dreaming, I've learned a lot of profound, useful and surprising lessons about the nature of dreams and consciousness.
Do you suffer from phobias? PTSD? Anxiety? Lucid dreaming may hold the cure for you. Robert Waggoner cites compelling cases of lucid dreams in therapy.
Dream characters represent multiple aspects of our memories, thoughts, fears and desires. It explains why, in any given dream, no two faces are the same.
Can lucid dreams be used to heal the body? Take a look at Robert Waggoner's lucid dream research into this controversial aspect of lucid dreaming.
Here's the big secret that I wish I had known when I started out. You're about to learn why waking sleep paralysis is the holy grail for lucid dreamers and out of body explorers.
The Stop, Drop and Roll is a sleep command to quickly put your body to sleep while remaining consciously aware. It opens the gateway to a lucid dream.
Sleep paralysis is a protection mechanism that stops you acting out your dreams. For intrepid dreamers, it's a gateway to lucid dreams.
Discover five new sleep commands that you can use to quickly trick the body into falling asleep.
Did you know that about 90% of your body's tension is in about 10% of your muscles? Here's how to target those key areas to relax and fall asleep quickly.
This article sums up how to optimize your brain chemistry for more lucid dreams - and how to use the sun to avoid the number one mistake in OBEs.
Does it take you a while to fall asleep at night? Do you find your mind dwelling on various thoughts before you're able to finally drift off and relax into sleep?
A superb technique for interacting with your lucid dream self - or the awareness behind the dream. An advanced application, yet so easy to perform and yields amazing results.
There is one prerequisite for becoming an intrepid dream explorer - an abundance of lucid dreams. But what if you're having a lucid dreaming dry spell?
Are dream orgasms real? Why are lucid dreams so erotically charged? How can you initiate lucid dream sex with other dream characters? Ryan Hurd explains.
How Interstellar inspired me to experience the fifth dimension in lucid dreams. A layman's poke at conceptualizing five dimensions in the dream space.
In Are You Dreaming? Daniel Love treats us to a modern and comprehensive analysis of the lucid dreaming landscape.
Access Rebecca's popular e-course, 10 Steps to Lucid Dreams, plus personal insights and links to her best web content. 30,000 people are on board.
Humans are unique in our endless capacity for imagination. According to Steven Mithen, an anthropologist at the University of Reading in the UK, we needed to evolve seven critical mental skills before we could have imagination as we know it. Each of these abilities serve a distinct purpose in their own right, while imagination is the culmination of them all.
The coolest brain hack I've ever experienced is the Wake Induced Lucid Dream - or WILD. The name says it all: during a WILD, you literally hand-off your awareness from a physically waking state directly into a sleeping lucid dream state. Though not the easiest lucid dream technique, it does have two big advantages. Lucidity on demand - choose when you have a lucid dream. Peak lucidity - it's the most vivid type of lucid dream available. In this tutorial, I explain how to have a Wake Induced Lucid Dream via two routes: visualization (using your hypnagogia) and the out-of-body exit. Buckle up, Dorothy, 'cause Kansas is going bye bye.
So here's a quirky little nighttime oddity that can strike terror into your soul. Sleep paralysis. It's the mechanism that stops you from acting out your dreams. It happens to you every single time you go to sleep, and you've probably never even been aware of it. There's a lot to say about sleep paralysis. One the one hand, it's a very normal bodily process. One the other, it can be a terrifying sleep disorder. And on the third hand (yes, that's three hands now) it's the gateway to the lucid dream world. It covers quite the spectrum of emotions.
Want to get your hands on some futuristic technology? Then why not use your lucid dreams to explore new scientific concepts and developments? In fact, it's thought that numerous well-known scientists including Nikola Tesla exploited their dreams to simulate theories and prototypes in action. Here are five futuristic concepts to get your dream cogs in motion.
So you want a real challenge for your next lucid dream? Check out these thought experiments. They have no right or wrong answers, at least as far as we can prove in 2015. If you undertake any of these - please add a comment below. The beauty is that everyone's experience will be different and I'm eager to read your results.
Experts agree that everyone is capable of having lucid dreams. Dreaming itself is a normal function of the mind. We all dream every night, even if we don't remember. And we all achieve conscious awareness while awake every single day. So what does it mean to combine these states? Why, the amazing ability to have conscious - or lucid - dreams. Sounds simple, doesn't it? So why do I keep hearing from people who say they can't achieve their first lucid dream?