Why Do Some People Master Lucid Dreaming While The Rest Sleep On?

  • Do you find your inner dream world fascinating and desire to go deeper?
  • Have you ever had a dream in which you knew you were dreaming while it happened?
  • Have you ever fantasized about what you would do in a limitless virtual reality world?

Then you are a lucid dreamer in the making.

My name is Rebecca Turner. I taught myself how to lucid dream at 14 years old - and now I'm here to train you in this scientifically proven, learnable skill.

  • Do you find your inner dream world fascinating and desire to go deeper?
  • Have you ever had a dream in which you knew you were dreaming while it happened?
  • Have you ever fantasized about what you would do in a limitless virtual reality world?

Then you are a lucid dreamer in the making.

My name is Rebecca Turner. I taught myself how to lucid dream at 14 years old - and now I'm here to train you in this scientifically proven, learnable skill.

The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track

Then you are a lucid dreamer in the making.

My name is Rebecca Turner. I've been lucid dreaming for 17 years, ever since I taught myself as a teenager.

I'm here to train you in the scientifically proven, learnable skill of lucid dreaming...

...and how this natural chance in mind set unlocks wild escapism, creativity and profound personal insights.

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"With clarity and humour, Rebecca Turner walks beginners through the creative world of lucid dreaming. She provides excellent practical advice and transmits the excitement and beauty of waking up inside a dream as she explores what lucid dreaming can teach us. I’ve always been a prolific lucid dreamer but listening to Rebecca’s imaginative hypnosis audio triggered five lucid dreams in two days; a lovely boost."

~ Dr Clare Johnson, author of Dreamrunner and Breathing in Colour, the website ClareJay.com, and the first person to write a PhD on lucid dreaming and creativity.

Are You Wasting The Opportunity to Lucid Dream?

Every night, most people go to sleep with no intention whatsoever to:

Create Dream Plots

Create their dream plots and settings in advance

Flying Dream

Feel the exhilarating freedom of flying through the sky

Meet Personal Heroes

Meet and interact with their personal heroes

Have Lucid Dream Sex

Summon dream figures and have sexual adventures

Time Travel Dream

Travel in time and space to other inner dimensions

Meaning to Life

Discover a profound and personal meaning to life

Inner Selves

Summon and converse with their true selves

Practice Skills in Dreams

Practice and improve upon real life physical skills

Overcome Fears and Phobias

Safely face and overcome fears and phobias

Grief and Loved Ones

Process grief - by reuniting with lost loved ones

Inner Creative Potential

Explore and maximise inner creative potential

Worlds Beyond Words

Discover new worlds that lie beyond words

As the leading lucidity expert, Dr Stephen LaBerge, once said:

"Everyone has, in theory, the capacity to learn to dream lucidly, because everyone dreams every night."

So why are most people squandering their natural untapped ability to lucid dream?
Dr Stephen LaBerge is a psychophysiologist and a leader in the scientific study of lucid dreaming. He developed the Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD) technique as a student at university and, in 1983, further proved the existence of lucid dreaming in the laboratory. Dr LaBerge went on to found The Lucidity Institute, an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running annual workshop retreats for the general public.


These are all myths - propagated by genuine misunderstanding and misinformation on the internet. When it comes to exploring unchartered territories, there is often a lot of confusion and the truth becomes distorted.

So let's elucidate...

Let me give you some solid lucid dreaming truths:

Lucid dreaming is for everyone - from 9 to 99-year-olds.

Young children are able to teach themselves lucid dreaming using this intuitive method. Alzheimer's patients with severe cognitive issues have had lucid dreams while taking their memory medication.

Lesson #1:

You already possess the natural potential to have lucid dreams.

Lucid dreaming was first scientifically proven in 1975.

Since then, various studies have verified more of its features using EEG (brainwave) and fMRI (blood flow) data. There is no question that lucidity is a real and definable state of human consciousness.

Lesson #2:

Lucid dreaming is 100% real and proven in the laboratory.

Lucid dreaming is knowing when you're dreaming.

Once you create the mindset to recognize when you're dreaming, you can have lucid dreams for the rest of your life. I developed this mindset when I was in my teens - and today, teaching it is my forte.

Lesson #3:

Lucid dreaming is not hard - it's an intuitive change in mindset.

So why do most people sleep through the fog?

They haven't stopped to split out the misinformation from the amazing truth about lucid dreaming.

Those that have, however, have been rewarded with rich inner dream lives:

"I went into the bathroom. But when I saw the mirror, it kinda rippled. So I put my hand in it, and the glass became liquid and splashed on the floor. That's when I knew it was a dream!"

~ Ender_brine via the forums

"It is such an amazing thing to watch as complete blackness slowly gets lighter and a picture slowly starts to form, brighter and brighter, more detailed, more color, then depth, then reach-out-and-touch-me real!"

~ Lucidinthesky via the forums

"I'm a classical ballet dancer and I was dreaming (unconsciously) that I was a waitress at a restaurant and there was all this balcony seating and a little theater in the round area like a dance floor in the center. It was beautiful like a cathedral and very fancy.

During the dream at some point I figured out I was dreaming. I then turned all the people into musical instruments and dressed myself in a really cool outfit (think Cirque du Soliel) and went to the dance floor. I determined that every movement I made would control the instruments and sounds!!! And I could fly and turn and dance in any level of the air. I could also turn like 35 times in a row and leap up to the ceiling and fly during it. It was so beautiful and magical. Super fun."

~ SaraM2261 via the forums

"I became lucid while dreaming I was in my house. I was very excited and decided to go outside and attempt to fly... I passed through a window without a scratch as if I were a ghost.

Outside it was warm, green and summer like even though this experience happened in January (it always seems to be summer in lucid dreams!) I then stretched my arms out and jumped into the air.

At first I only went off the ground a few feet and then floated back to the ground like a feather. It's hard to completely remove gravity from our unconscious. After a few more attempts I gained confidence and was soon soaring above the green trees of my neighborhood. Words cannot express the joy of this experience..."

~ Jkemeny via the forums


How Am I Qualified to Teach Lucid Dreaming?

Rebecca Turner

I'm a former journalist and an experienced lucid dreamer. Which is why six years ago I decided to launch the World of Lucid Dreaming. Today it's the most visited lucid dreaming resource on the web.

In that time, I've tutored more than 300,000 subscribers and some 7 million web visitors. I've received a heck of a lot of direct feedback in the process, and now I have a deep understanding of the common hurdles that prevent people from lucid dreaming.

My primary goal is to identify and help you overcome these hurdles, so you'll have lucid dreams sooner. You'll play out your greatest fantasies, solve problems creatively, and talk with your true self - all in the safety of your virtual reality playground.

Lucid dreaming has many exquisite levels which are highly personal and unique in improving your life. Are you ready to start exploring them yourself?

Teenager Dreams

I was 14 years old. I'd just read about lucid dreams in a magazine article.

And I wanted one. I wanted one BAD.

I immersed myself in the techniques I'd read about. But something wasn't clicking. I wasn't having any lucid dreams. How the heck was this supposed to work?

Then one night, I had my light bulb moment. Through an intuitive form of night-time meditation, I found a creative way to virtually demand lucid dreams of my sleeping mind.

It was the beginning of the new mindset.

I started honing my skills with the expert-led techniques which I still use and teach to this day.

And it wasn't long before I had my first spontaneous lucid dream...

I'm standing in an empty white room. It's completely bare like a new house. The lack of detail makes me wonder... What is this place? Suddenly I realize, this is a dream!

The room surges into focus. I become fully conscious of my body and my surroundings. I do my reality check and feel my fingers push right through the palm of my hand.

I am so excited, I run out the door looking for someone to tell. I find a woman I don't recognize and shout in her face. "I'M DREAMING! I'M DREAMING!"

I'm so excited, I accidentally wake myself up.

That was 17 years ago - and I've had countless lucid dreams since, some of them lasting an hour or more in real time.

As I fall asleep, lying on my back and totally relaxed, I imagine a white sandy beach in my mind's eye. I place my point-of-view right inside the scene and manifest lots of detail. I become completely mesmerized.

After a few minutes, I lose all awareness of my physical body lying in bed and I "pop" into the dreamscape. I am lucid.

I'm standing on the beach, now a vivid 3D landscape, my toes sinking into the soft, white sand. It feels like real life, only better - because in this perfect, fluid reality, I am free. As I look out across the sparkling ocean, I have an urge to take a big leap towards the sea and soar over the surface...

I pick up speed as I fly over the ocean. The water is deep blue and shimmering in the sunlight. I dip my hands in and relish the feeling of the cool water running between my fingers. As I soar further, the dream forms automatically beyond my awareness and I spy a coastline in the distance.

Then I hear beautiful music coming from my dreaming mind; a man singing to an acoustic guitar, backed by many layers of strings. I don't think I have heard this song before, but I try to remember it: the music captures the beauty of the dream perfectly.

I am in paradise.

Control your dreams with me tonight.

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You can start learning in the next few minutes. My home study course is online and interactive, viewable on desktop, tablet and smartphones. Through 30 step-by-step tutorials and my exclusive audio tools, I'll teach you exactly how to:

  • Remember your dreams in detail
  • Have amazing lucid dreams on a regular basis
  • Change the scene and summon dream figures
  • Initiate any fantasy from sex to skydiving
  • Overcome recurring nightmares and fears
  • Tap into your hidden creative potential
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Here Are Some of My Favorite Applications for Lucid Dreams

Flying Dreams

High Flyer

Get to know the exhilarating freedom of soaring over a perfect glittering blue ocean, flying among the city skyscrapers at night, swooping through lush rainforests, and zooming into hyperspace.

Create Your Dreams

Power Creator

Feel the omnipotence of creating entire new worlds and civilizations across your universe. Simulate the past and future lifespan of the human race or spawn a new planet with bizarre and intelligent alien life forms.

Interact with Dream Figures

Hero Meet-ups

Probe the minds of fellow dream characters, meet up with deceased loved ones, solve problems with great scientists, discuss the meaning of life with philosophers, and pursue erotic adventures.

Amazing Lucid Dreams

Escape Artist

Practice gravity-defying Parkour, teleport around the world, shapeshift into a tiger, become invisible, run through walls, swim underwater without oxygen, and travel to other dimensions.

Lucid Dreaming at TEDx

Lucid dreaming was recently featured on TED! In 2013 Tim Post gave a talk at TEDx in the Netherlands on the emerging science of lucid dreaming and its potential power to enhance psychological development and overall wellbeing.

Having had numerous lucid dreams as a child, it wasn't until he was 17 years old that Post discovered there was a special name for what he was doing. Since then he has researched, practiced and taught lucid dreaming, recording more than a thousand lucid dream entries in his journals. A graduate of educational psychology, he founded Lucidipedia.com and SnoozOn.com, online projects which support the scientific practice of lucid dreaming.
"In my daily life I happen to be a proficient skateboarder. When I was younger I was having trouble learning a trick called a 'backside smith grind' because I was scared. One night while lucid dreaming I decided it would be a good time to learn some tricks as I know I couldn't get hurt. The next day my fear was gone."

~ MDINC via the forums

"Suddenly he (my teacher who passed away) was standing in front of me. We said 'hi' and had a little talk, as I looked at his face I suddenly realised, OMG... this can't be true! 'I'm dreaming,' I said 'but you are dead?' and I start crying... He layed his arm over my shoulder and we walked for a while. 'I'm alright,' he said, 'everything is fine now.' He looked good, he looked younger and happy..."

~ Laurawsome via the forums

How Lucid Dreams Have Shaped Our Modern World

Did you know that authors, actors, directors, musicians and scientists all draw on these extraordinary dreams of conscious creation?

Famous lucid dreamers include Chris Nolan, James Cameron, Stephen King, Richard Linklater, Aphex Twin, the Wachowskis and the late physicist Richard Feynman.

It's also suspected that Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla had lucid dreams thanks to their expanded visual imaginations.

With my tuition, you can enjoy the incredible benefits of lucid dreaming just like them.

Christopher Nolan
Stephen King
James Cameron
Richard Feynman

Make Lucid Dreaming Your Reality Tonight

My interactive home study course pinpoints exactly what you need to do in order to prepare your mind for lucid dreams.

Inside, you'll discover a structured lesson plan for programming the part of your mind that unconsciously creates your dreams.

Have you ever noticed how certain waking life events - like driving to work, writing a text message, or eating out with friends - can filter into your dreams?

And how more emotionally intense events - like watching horror movies, or experiencing a trauma - are more likely to generate vivid nightmares?

In fact, every day, you are already programming your dreams. You just don't know you're doing it...

Tapping into this natural unconscious filtering process is how you'll create moments of clarity inside your dream world.

This inspiring and user-friendly training program will help you entrain this mindset - to trigger that crucial self-realization - and place you firmly in the land of lucid dreams, over and over again.

"I jumped into the air and started doing swimming motions, as if I was in water and surprisingly, I went up and got higher and higher in the air. I landed by my brother, and asked him if he wanted to come flying with me and I took him by the hand and we started flying."

~ Lawilahd via the forums

Johnny Depp
"I decided to summon Johnny Depp (this is written in my lucid dream plan). I didn't mind the door and just passed through it. Now when I was outside of the house, I screamed 'Johnny Depp, Johnny Depp' and later 4 Johnny Depps began emerging from different directions. They all were dressed differently. I called 'Johnny Depp' and the George Jung one (from the movie Blow) came near me. The other 3 vanished. He was smiling in front of me and it was so real..."

~ Ilovetech29 via the forums

Having used the full range of known lucid dreaming techniques myself, I believe this is the most natural and intuitive way of becoming lucid in your dreams.

Even people who think they never dream can put my training into practice - to remember all those dreams that slip away from memory, and to turn them into vivid, memorable and mind-blowing lucid dreams.

About This Unique Course

Lucid Dreaming Fast Track

As I mentioned, this is a home study course to take at your own pace. It's the perfect learning approach to lucid dreaming, moving along only when you've had the supporting experiences.

Whether you use your lucid dreams for pure fantasy or for personal development, my goal is to prime you with the lucid mindset as fast as possible. Then you can breathe color into your dream life in your own personal way.

Let me show you how the course looks, and exactly what you'll learn.

Lucid Dream Preview

"Wonderfully condensed... concerns not just the topic of lucid dreaming, but its complete landscape."

~ Tim Post, speaker and author of Lucidipedia.com

Lucid Dream Preview

"I read dozens of articles about lucid dreaming. But it wasn't until I read [your course] that I had my first lucid dream."

~ Marlon Doll, founder of Humorcials.com

Phase One: Priming

The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track Phase One: Priming

Phase One will broaden your understanding of the sleeping brain and start to lead you into the optimum mindset for lucid dreams.

You'll learn how to remember many more of your dreams, as well as specific guided meditation practices to produce lucid dreams.

This is a goldmine of information for beginners including background philosophy, tutorials, troubleshooting tips, first-hand insights and more.

Through the step-by-step lessons in Phase One, you will discover:

  • The FULL SPECTRUM OF LUCIDITY - and how to achieve fully lucid dreams under any circumstance.
  • What lucid dreams FEEL LIKE - exploring aspects from feelings and cognition, to expectation and the unknown.
  • How to RECORD YOUR DREAMS - in the most effective way and harness your new dream journal for many lucid dreams.
  • How to BOOST YOUR DREAM RECALL - enabling you to remember up to four or five dreams per night.
  • How to HAVE YOUR FIRST LUCID DREAM - by gradually increasing your waking awareness and programming dream content at night.
  • How to RELAX DEEPLY - before incubating a lucid dream and drifting off to sleep. Learning how to relax is a lovely bonus!
Fred Tracy is an online writer, creator of the personal development website FredTracy.com and now, too, a lucid dreamer! In the pursuit of self betterment, Fred agreed to be an early guinea pig of Rebecca's stylized lucid dreaming tutorials and was blown away by the impact it made on his dream life.

He said of her tuition: "As soon as I got into it I was turned by the sheer amount of work put into it. It's not just a how to guide for lucid dreaming, but a comprehensive [course} containing just about anything you'd want to know relating to dreams. History, experiments, psychology, dream herbs, and more. After reading it, I've had some incredible results."

"I owe my
first lucid dream
to this...

where I flew, smashed bad guys,
and even received life-changing information
from my unconscious.

I had four separate dreamscapes within one single night of dreaming. Each was filled with its own unique landscape, beauty, and purpose.

It was an amazing journey,
and I can't wait to do it more."

Phase Two: Induction

The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track Phase Two: Induction

Phase Two is a hands-on crash course in how to initiate lucid dreams.

You'll learn the most effective techniques including wake-induced and mnemonically-induced lucid dreams, dream chaining, supplement use, sleep cycle adjustment, and more.

The idea of developing your awareness through meditation is emphasized to have minimal disruptive impact on your sleep patterns.

Through the step-by-step instructions in Phase Two, you will learn:

  • How to VISUALIZE EFFECTIVELY - and create intricate, deeply inspired dreamscapes while you're lying awake in bed.
  • How to enact DREAM CHAINING - a rewarding way of lucidly re-entering a dream from which you've just awoken.
  • Which DREAM SUPPLEMENTS to use - the (optional) lazy man's way to intense dreams... and a leg-up to lucid dreams.
  • How to identify FALSE AWAKENINGS - and turn these realistic dreams of waking into the most vivid, mind-blowing lucid dreams.
  • How to STOP NIGHTMARES - and convert them to therapeutic lucid dreams by turning the source of the nightmare in on itself.
  • How to HYPNOTIZE YOURSELF - and plant the seeds of lucidity, priming you to have more lucid dreams each night.

Phase Three: Exploration

Phase Three: Exploration

Phase Three transforms early moments of lucidity into epic lucid dreams that color your world.

You'll learn how to avoid common mistakes and maximize your dreams with my personal examples of unconscious dream principles.

By harnessing dream control for both fantasies and personal growth, you'll improve your waking life, feeling more liberated, more philosophical and more whole as a conscious human being.

Through the step-by-step instructions in Phase Three, you will learn:

  • How to PROLONG and CONTROL YOUR DREAMS - with my essential principles in active lucid dream control.
  • How to PROGRAM YOUR DREAMS IN ADVANCE - by seeding your desired dreamscape or dream plot.
  • How to SUMMON DREAM CHARACTERS - in creative ways and use your dreaming imagination to play with them.
  • How to SEEK WISDOM FROM YOUR TRUE SELF - by communicating with the awareness that exists behind the dream.
  • Which LUCID DREAM CHALLENGES - to take on first in order to advance your dream control skills and have a lot of fun in the process.
  • How LUCID DREAM THERAPY - can be used to treat anxiety, depression, phobias and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Dreaming Big: Dreams That Have Changed History

Whether you plan to use lucid dreams for escapism, art, relationships, personal development, mental acuity, sporting skills or something else entirely... What impact will lucid dreaming have on your life?
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney

In 1965, Paul McCartney composed the melody for the song Yesterday in a dream. It came back to him fully formed when he woke up.

Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley

In 1816, the story of Frankenstein, often cited as the first science fiction novel, was inspired by a dream during Europe's "year without a summer".

Otto Loewi
Otto Loewi

In 1921, Loewi dreamed of an experiment that led to the foundation of a Nobel prize-winning theory of chemical transmission of the nervous impulse.

Friedrich August Kekule
Friedrich August Kekulé

A prominent German chemist, Kekulé insightfully dreamed of the structure of the Benzene molecule which, unlike other known organic compounds, had a circular structure rather than a linear one.

Elias Howe
Elias Howe

In 1845, Howe invented the sewing machine based on a dream that helped him understand the mechanical penetration of the needle.

Louis Agassiz
Louis Agassiz

The Swiss-born geologist was working on a vast list of all known fossil fish, when he came across a specimen that was not understood. He then had a recurring dream three times in which he visualized the fish in perfect original condition.

Srinivasa Ramanujan
Srinivasa Ramanujan

The mathematical genius made substantial contributions to analytical theory of numbers, elliptical functions, continued fractions and infinite series, and proved more than 3,000 mathematical theorems in his lifetime. Ramanujan stated that the insight for his work came to him in his dreams on many occasions.

Robert Louis Stevenson
Robert Louis Stevenson

In 1886, Stevenson dreamed up three key sequences from Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. His wife heard his cries of horror and woke him, to which he responded: "Why did you wake me? I was dreaming a fine bogey tale."

Niels Bohr
Niels Bohr

This Danish scientist is reported to have dreamed of ground-breaking theories of atomic structure and quantum theory, and was later awarded a Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922.

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein

His theory of relativity was inspired by a dream where he was going down a mountainside ever faster and watching the appearance of the stars change as he approached the speed of light.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge

This poet and philosopher's opium dreams inspired the works Kubla Khan; Or, A Vision in a Dream. A Fragment and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.

Frederick Banting
Frederick Banting

The cure for diabetes came to Banting in a dream and, at the age of 32, he became the youngest Nobel laureate in the area of Physiology/Medicine.

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Learning to lucid dream will help you get more out of your life, simply because of the endless applications that dream control brings.

It's not just a tool for entertainment. Tapping into lucidity can lead to waves of improvements in every area of your life, from your career, to relationships, to personal fulfilment. Of course, lucid dreaming feels awesome in and of itself, and there are no words to describe that!

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Remember, lucid dreaming is a life-changing skill which gives you the freedom to vividly control your dreams at will... consciously explore the limitless lucid dreamscape... have amazing sexual adventures... fly and teleport through the universe... access your inner creativity... resolve psychological fears and phobias... and enhance your waking life in so many ways that will be profound and personal to you.

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