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How to Lucid Dream

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  • SamuasMusic

    “I read this article a year ago and it helped become a lucid dreamer. It came to the point where it was a choice. I would fall asleep and always come to a point where I would decide if I went with the flow or “built an aqueduct”. I did it so much it became boring. I stopped and forgot. Now this article is helping me regain my control. For if you control your dreams, you control your life. It will take time, but you will learn.”…” more

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  • Kaylee Blevins

    “I have been trying to lucid dream for a while, but I have also been wondering what you can do when you lucid dream. The FAQs at the bottom were definitely helpful! I also loved how you provided alternatives. Your advice was very helpful, and I will try using it. I would really like to thank you for making this article, it helped me so much!”…” more

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  • Austin Davis

    “Both of the first two methods worked great for me! I haven’t tried any of the additional methods, but I had been doing the first method before I stumbled across this page. I also try to interact with my real self if I need to wake up. It’s my go-to wakeup.”…” more

  • Anonymous

    “I use the technique of trying to push my finger through a wall, mirror or other hand to see if I am having a lucid dream. I also do it 2 to 3 times a day while awake. It especially helps if you’re having nightmares as you can then change your dream.”…” more

  • Lily Nonya

    “I’d been trying to start lucid for a while so I could be a little more aware of my extremely bizarre dreams. This article has given me some great things to try and the reasoning behind them. I’ve heard of some of these before. Hope this helps. “…” more

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  • Angel Hombach

    “What helped me the most was realizing something bizarre was happening that would never happen in real life. Then I looked down at my arm that always has a black hair tie on it, and the hair tie was orange. That’s how i knew I was in a dream.”…” more

  • Liz H.

    “These are things I already knew, but I needed a refresher. Also, if you are “conscious” in a dream, meaning you can somewhat think but don’t know you are in a dream, try seeing if the situation is impossible in real life.”…” more

  • Catherine Scoon

    “My mom thinks this is ‘fantasizing’, but I know it is different. Lucid dreaming for me takes a lot of concentration and energy and I find myself not even sleeping, rather focusing on creating this dream that I want. “…” more

  • Anonymous

    “I just heard of this, and it really caught my attention, so I decided to read about it. The whole article was helpful, and I will surely go over it a number of times until I become a master lucid dreamer.”…” more

  • Rusydi Amin

    “When I was a kid, I thought in dreams you can do anything. I tried hard, and then it doesn’t work. I lost hope, and then I found out about lucid dreams. It worked the first time I slept. I’m happy now.”…” more

  • Jack Royalton

    “One thing that really helped me is the one about making a story. It actually transitioned (slowly) into a dream! I used my powers to create a giant cheeseburger, and my crush made out with me!”…” more

  • Tiffanie

    “Everything helped, it was great. I am a natural lucid dreamer. I’ve been doing it since I was 6-7, now I’m 12. When I was younger, my dreams were all nightmares. These tips helped, thanks.”…” more

  • Eliah Mimon

    “I’ve been very interested in lucid dreaming and this gave me more than enough info to keep trying and experimenting, with the addition of some nice illustrations and conclusive paragraphs.”…” more

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  • Anonymous

    “It is just a slight thing, but reminding myself that it’s just a dream really works. I had four dreams in a night and the last one felt so strange that I consider it’s just a dream.”…” more

  • Katie Stillman

    “I was glad to see the signs of lucid dreaming. I have been doing it since a child. I have a town I always go to in my dreams, and I can talk to my dream self with my real self. “…” more

  • Shiann Liston

    “I wanted try this since I’ve never done it before, and I thought it was cool. Reading this article helped me learn how to do LD so that I could actually do it in real life.”…” more

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  • Anonymous

    “I had dreams all my live without training, I thought I was crazy, so I didn’t tell a lot of people. I can dream whatever I want, and go back the next day if I want to. “…” more

  • Reem Alrtimi

    “One year ago I read this and before I used to have much nightmares. Now I good dreams and have a lucid dream. This has really helped me in dreaming. Thank you!”…” more

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  • Anonymous

    “I just have to say that you guys are awesome. I learned a lot from wikiHow, and in a fun way with the layout of the page and pictures! Keep up the good work.”…” more

  • Kuldeep R.

    “It took me about a month and a half to learn to lucid dream, but these methods are most effective and are good for practice. Thanks for your tips, wikiHow.”…” more

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  • Amy Anderson

    “I can lucid dream but I keep waking up and have sleep paralysis, so the concentrating on a part of body tip was pretty helpful for me. Thank you.”…” more

  • Julia E.

    “This was very helpful. I’ve had a lucid dream before but could not get back to it. I plan on using the techniques in the future.”…” more

  • Richard

    “I recently had a lucid dream. It really shook me up because I was almost paralyzed, but now I know it comes with the package.”…” more

  • Todd Stevens

    “Awesome. I’ve been close for quite awhile. I’m hoping these techniques expand my spatial reasoning. Thanks much, happy zzz’s.”…” more

  • Will Blakeston

    “These tips helped me so much. I am nearly having them every night, which has helped relieve stress from the everyday world.”…” more

  • Anonymous

    “I loved how the writer of this article gave you the directions so simply, and how some of the instructions were really easy.”…” more

  • Anonymous

    “I’ve heard of this method once, and I wanted to try it out. The step that helped the most for me was the dream journal.”…” more

  • Anonymous

    “This article contained information on so many of the various things one needs to know about to perform lucid dreaming.”…” more

  • Anonymous

    “I performed mainly reality checks and have thus far had 1 short lucid dream. I hope to have many more. Thanks! :)”

  • Tori Gordon

    “I love how it was detailed so simply, so it was easy to understand. I was able to lucid dream in about 2 weeks!”

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