Our subliminal lucid dreaming video aims to program your unconscious mind to do a number of things:
The videos are in two parts below. Please allow time to load (up to a minute on slower connections) or download (10MB) direct to your computer.
Watch Part 1 with sound right now and follow all the instructions. It uses Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and hypnosis. Play it multiple times if you want (closing your eyes on subsequent plays may help with visualizations).
The best time to watch Part 2 is just before going to sleep. It's pretty fast, and you won't consciously perceive everything in this video. It contains subliminal messages which are gentle, passive and completely safe. If you do not want to lucid dream, you should not watch this video.
Do NOT watch this video if you have photosensitive epilepsy
Some people have asked if they can download the videos to watch anytime. Here are download instructions for PC:
Step 1. RIGHT CLICK on the link and select SAVE LINK AS...
Step 2. RIGHT CLICK on the downloaded zip file, and select EXTRACT HERE (if you don't extract the files first, it won't work!)
Step 3. OPEN the extracted folder and double click on START.
There are numerous scientific studies which suggest we are receptive to subliminal messages, and act on them in different ways.
Of particular note is a review of fMRI studies that showed subliminal stimuli activating specific regions of the brain despite participants being unaware.
Visual stimuli were flashed in rapid-fire mode, while audio stimuli was played below audible volumes, masked by other sounds, or played backwards.
We have also collected anecdotal evidence on the effects of our own subliminal lucid dreaming videos. Yep - you are now part of our experiment!
Here's what some people have said via our forum:
"This video absolutely works, no doubt about it!!!" - Dreamworld777
"It gave me a lucid dream, because I woke up, did WBTB, then before I went to sleep watch[ed] the first one a lot, then the second one once, then went to sleep and bam lucid dream." - Randoman
"I watched the videos last night just before I went to bed and I had a few more dreams than usual..." - Luciddreamer
"I watched two of the videos last night, and I could control myself in my dreams..." - Christopaz
"I watched both videos just before bed last night and I may not have had a lucid dream but I had what felt like 4 different dreams that I could remember... The dreams that I had last night felt awesome and upon waking up I could remember almost all of them." - Kristuhfur
If you would like to add your feedback please visit this forum thread and share the effects of our subliminal video in as much detail as possible. Thanks!
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