Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

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Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

Postby bluebishop » 10 Feb 2013 17:27


I was wondering if anyone had any information on lucid dreaming masks like the NovaDreamer. I understand that there is a NovaDreamer II coming out, so does anyone know when it might be released? Also, what about other devices such as Remee and DreamMaker?

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Re: Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

Postby Ryan » 10 Feb 2013 18:26

I know people who have used them and love them.
For more information, please visit my website
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Re: Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

Postby lucidinthe sky » 10 Feb 2013 20:13

These are useful as tool to help you lucid dream, but you still have to learn to recognize dream signs and then translate that into the fact that you are dreaming. It's a more consistant dream sign than others, but it's still a dream sign and you will be dreaming when you see it. It's important to have realistic expectations about these masks, they can and do help for sure, but they are not a "lucid dreaming machine" that when worn will make dreams become lucid automatically.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world? Morpheus

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Re: Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

Postby bluebishop » 12 Feb 2013 00:06

Thank you for the help

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Re: Lucid dream masks (ie. NovaDreamer)

Postby Oneirophile » 12 Feb 2013 19:32

The Remee is a visual aid which works for some people and not others.

Before you spend any money, why not try an audio aid? There are lots of (free) apps that you can set to go off after, say, five hours' sleep that will speak any words you want them to, such as "Are you dreaming?" etc. Experiment with different volumes.

If you're on a Mac, this is good:

There are equivalents for Android/iOS but I don't know them, sorry.

Best wishes and good luck.

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