Brainwave entrainment uses sound to create deep states of meditation, which is excellent practice for lucid dream induction. Best of all, it does not require stringent mental focus - only your willingess to lie quietly and relax.
Below I've examined the leading forms of brainwave entrainment, as well as alternative technologies for inducing meditation. I've also highlighted the best times to listen to entrainment and how you can combine your meditation practice with specific lucid dreaming techniques.
Meditation is an excellent primer for having lucid dreams. Here's how to get started with brainwave entrainment.
A closer look at binaural beats for lucid dreaming. How effective are binaural beats? What do they sound like? How do they promote relaxation?
A guide to isochronic tones for lucid dreaming and meditation. What makes the best isochronic tones? What do they sound like? Where can you get them?
Take a closer look at Marcus Knudsen's hit alternative to brainwave entrainment: a proprietary meditation technology that uses nature's ubiquitous Golden Ratio.