Our premium lucid dreaming education platform. This 30 module online training has been battle tested by over 4,138 members - and will teach you every thing you need to establish and expand your lucidity skills. Plus you get access to a supportive community of lucid dreamers via our private forums, monthly Live Q&As, Giveaways & more.
Whether you want to have lucid dreams, analyze, or simply remember them, the first step is to write them. Oniri helps you to record all relevant information about your dreams. At WOLD, we've tried ALL the dream apps, this one is our favorite, period.
This classic book by Dr Stephen LaBerge has undoubtedly inspired many lucid dreamers around the world. Both an instruction manual and an informative read about the induction and applications of lucid dreams, it also has a wealth of personal accounts of lucidity. It's an in-depth read, so be ready to get your hands dirty.See reviews on Amazon.
Meditation and mindfulness are the foundations of lucid dreaming. For beginners, we recommend brain training audios to help you find this profound sense of calm. BlissCoded Sound is one of the most powerful audios to achieve deep relaxation and mental focus. It's also exceptional at supressing annoying mental chatter when you're trying to sleep at night.
This ground-breaking new lucid dreaming handbook draws on cutting-edge science and psychology and shares the most up-to-date techniques on how to get and stay lucid, guide dreams, resolve nightmares, deepen creativity, explore reality, and integrate dream wisdom into everyday life. Written by life-long lucid dreamer Dr. Clare Johnson, who has researched lucid dreaming for 20 years, Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming sheds light on fascinating topics such as the ethics of lucid dream sex and violence, sleep disorders, healing, navigating the void, how to interact with dream figures, and the ultimate nature of consciousness.
This fascinating book by Harvard researcher Allan Hobson describes how the evolution of dream theory has advanced dramatically over the past 50 years. See how dreams have specific perceptual, cognitive, and emotional qualities that set them apart from waking consciousness that correspond to specific modes of brain activity. Hobson also shows that modern research has disproved most of Freud (as one scientist put it, "Freud was 50% right and 100% wrong"), but we have gained new insight into the nature of mental illness.
This is our favorite sleep mask - and we've been through a few. Dream Essentials checks all the boxes with this one: it's soft, comfortable, durable, and sufficiently padded so no light gets inside. If you use sleep masks for travel, meditation, naps (or lucid dream training) - it's worth having a good one on hand.