The following review of Mind Awake is written by the developer, Jason Cassidy.
Average rating: 4.8 stars
Lucid Dreaming and Mindfulness actually share the same origin. They stem from an ancient Buddhist discipline called Dream Yoga. Lucid Dreaming is naturally a mindful practice, yet it’s hardly ever taught in the context of mindfulness!
So that’s why we created the guided course in Mind Awake - this is the only lucid dreaming app that integrates mindfulness (enhanced present-moment awareness) with lucid dreaming (awareness during the dream-state).
Most apps and LD courses only teach lucid dreaming techniques.
But this app goes the extra mile and offers far more than than just HOW
to get lucid. We want you to understand WHAT you’re doing and WHY
these practices are so useful and valuable. So here, you get a
straight-forward, comprehensive guide in Mindfulness-Based Lucid
It’s not the tech features that make this app so incredible, it’s the depth of knowledge in the guided course… You actually get to practice improving awareness during the day in a way that will boost your ability to do so during dreams. You’ll learn mindful exercises including meditation, awareness of the senses, lucid daydreaming, and many more.
Quite often, when people first learn lucid dreaming, they tend to have so many questions about what they’re doing and what the value of the practice truly is.
So, I created this course to provide answers and guidance so you can enjoy your practice and feel comfortable as you awaken in your dreams and explore the depths of your subconscious mind.
Consistency is key for learning this new skill set, so keep track of your activity and maintain steady progress!
Meditate on your own after you learn how in the course and track your progress
The dream journal feature in Mind Awake has a few bugs we’re working
but there are many great ways to keep a dream journal including:
We will improve this feature in the next version of the app!
Go ahead and Download Mind Awake Now.
Click here and we’ll make sure to send you the Android version when it’s ready! I promise we won’t fill your inbox with needless emails - we’ll just let you know how to take the course when we have the technology ready for you.
A lot has happened in the last 5 months. But how did we go from business as usual to changing the face of the entire lucid dreaming supplements industry? It’s a story that I think will interest you – and you might even learn a thing or two in the process. When I was first taken on-board as Chief Lucidity Officer in 2016, one of the first things I was tasked with was taking a good look at our operations and giving things a bit of an overhaul.
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