With a combined 40 years of lucid dreaming experience, Daniel Love and Rebecca Casale aim to answer your most profound lucid dreaming questions. Each new segment features one reader question, sent in via our lucid dreaming forum. See below for details on how to submit your question.
Is it true that we can't invent new faces in our dreams, and that we can only dream of faces we've seen in the past?
Why do some people you meet in your lucid dreams seem to have a separate self awareness from that of your own?
What is the longest possible time you can spend in a lucid dream (in real time)?
I've been having dreams where I'm aware of everything around me as if I woke up but I can't move. What is this?
Did you ever heal yourself or others using lucid dreaming? If so, what was it like?
Does Asperger Syndrome affect the way you sleep, dream - and even lucid dream?
Got a burning question about consciousness and dreams?
Daniel Love is a lifelong lucid dreamer, initially inspired by his own early experiences in overcoming childhood nightmares using lucidity. He has dedicated his life to the research and teaching of lucid dreaming, running numerous workshops, retreats and talks around the world.
Perhaps most well-known for his Cycle Adjustment Technique, Daniel is also the author of the book Are You Dreaming? Exploring Lucid Dreams: A Comprehensive Guide. The book aims to bring the subject of lucid dreaming fully up to date and to appeal to those new to the topic, as well as advanced lucid dreamers. Check out this interview with Daniel Love here.
Rebecca Casale is a long time lucid dreamer, having discovered the ability the "wake up" in her dreams at 14 years old. She has been using this extraordinary ability ever since - as a creative outlet, as a platform for escapism, as a problem solving tool, and more.
Rebecca has dedicated her career to raising awareness of lucid dreaming among the general population, sharing her love of the topic through the website World of Lucid Dreaming and her online course The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track. Her reach extends to millions of online visitors each year. Check out this interview with Rebecca Casale here.