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Lucid Dream Methods: Hypnagogic Imagery Induced Lucid Dream Technique
Lucid Dream Methods: Hypnagogic Imagery Induced Lucid Dream Technique

While going to sleep, you can focus on the Hypnagogic Imagery Technique, visualizations, Hypnagogic imagery, your breath, and so on. If you can keep your mind awake when you enter REM sleep, you feel your body go to sleep, while your mind stays awake. You just need to keep your mind active, then mind can stay awake. Soon you'll find yourself in a lucid dream. The challenge is keeping your mind awake while your body goes to sleep.



1. While in bed, close your eyes and relax. Totally let go of any muscular and mental tension, and breathe slowly. Enjoy doing relaxation, and let go of any thoughts, worries or concerns. If you just woke up from sleep, you're probably already really relaxed.



2. Next focus your attention on and visual images that show up in your mind's eye. Notice how the images start and end. Observe the images as delicately as possible, letting them be passively reflected in your mind as they appear. Don't try to hold onto them, just watch without attachment or desire to do any action. While you do this, try to act like a detached observer as much as possible. First you'll see a sequence of disconnected, fleeting patterns and images. They will then change into scenes and become more and more complex, finally joining into extended sequences looking more like a dream.



3. When the visualization becomes a moving, vivid scenario, let yourself be passively drawn into the dreamworld. Don't try to actively enter the dream world, but just continue to take a detached interest in the imagery. Let your involvement with what is happening draw you into the dream. Be careful of too much involvement and too little attention. Don't forget that you're now dreaming, just lucid dreaming!



One of the hardest parts of the Hypnagogic Imagery Technique to master is going in the dream. The challenge is to have a delicate vigilance, be an unobtrusive observer prospective, where you let yourself be drawn into the dream. You should not want to actively enter the scenario, because having this intention usually causes the scenery to disappear. Instead of wanting to enter the scenery, let yourself be put into it passively. While you delicately observe the mind, let it lead it gently into the dream state, as if you were leading a child by the hand. Then once you have gone into the dream, the dream world can look so realistic that it's easy very to lose lucidity. Plan to carry out a certain action in the dream, so if you lose lucidity for a while, you might remember your intention to carry out the action and become lucid again.

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