Once you get lucid in your dream, it's too easy to astral project and have full control over it. Actually it's the fastest and easiest way to do this if you ask me. Usually it takes people who have never had any lucid dreams at least at will, up to 2 to 3 weeks. You must commit yourself to it, and in all honesty it's not something hard to do. Actually many of us do it, but we don't remember all our dreams thus we don't remember we've had lucid dreams in the past. The first step would be to learn how to remember your dreams. If you have lucid dreams and you can't remember them and write them down , it's pointless if you ask me. The moment we go to bed, our brain knows that we're about to sleep; our brain at this state is very... "vulnerable" if that makes sense or rather I'll word this differently, at this point our brain is very obedient. The moment you go to bed, repeat something to yourself , many times, again and again and again until you fall asleep. Eventually the phrases you just used will sink in the subconscious real quick, and that's the trick here! Do not repeat "I want to lucid dream" over and over because this is like saying " I want to be an actor". You need to be more practical , or rather more specific. People use signs , which can alert them while they're dreaming ,and make them realize that they're dreaming, and then the fun begins.
Once you get there and you manage to lucid dream, after a while you won't have to go through the entire process. It will just happen. I'll give you an example, several times a day look at your hands and ask yourself " Am I dreaming?". Find a way to prove that you're awake. Yes I know, I know, it might sound a little silly but trust me it works! Do this several times a day. Things we do , when we're awake, we usually do them when we're dreaming also. Do this for at least 1- 2 weeks. In addition to that, use a sign, like when you go to bed, repeat to yourself: " When I see a vase ( random example) , I'll instantly know I'm dreaming" , or better yet" When I look at my hands, I'll instantly know I'm lucid dreaming". Repeat this over and over again. When you wake up, have a notebook close to you and a pen. Grab the pen and write down all the dreams you've had, one by one. Don't think about anything else at that time! Think only about your dreams, and you will remember most of them. You can remember even small details? Don't ignore them, write them down ,too. You can do a lot of things at that state. Observe everything fully; although you have control over it, your dreams will still have their own scenario. Write everything down and see if you can find common patterns. Your dreams can show a lot about yourself, or rather the deepest side of yourself...things we tend to ignore, or we're not even aware of...
Re: utilizing brain waves By: DocEmmett88 Aug 21, 2012
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When ever I dream, the places I see are places I wind up going in a few days. It is also rather weird how, when in trouble (fight,etc), I can avoid every hit or blow. I also can move things, not very far, but I can move items.
Re: utilizing brain waves By: strivex1995 Dec 03, 2012
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