The last couple of days have been full of lucid dreams – thank you Full Moon 🌕
Two days ago I taught my hubby and daughter how to lucid dream, within a lucid dream. I explained we could just jump over the railing of the third story onto the second story. They walked away, too afraid to try, can you blame them?
Last night I walked through a bustling Dream Town – much different from what today’s once bustling cities felt like. So I knew then it was a dream. I was with my daughter from the night before and now my oldest son was with us. I went over the whole WE’RE DREAMING convo. My daughter was stoked, as she was there the night before. And my son was eager to participate in the dream because he’s a pretty active dreamer himself.
We played a game. Let’s see how many people we can freak out by flying over them. So we did.
Here’s what I learned –
- Even in a dream, flying people will shock walking people.
- It is very difficult to fly with a child on your back.
- Yet it is easy to fly carrying a bus full of people.
Without a doubt, the pedestrians of Dream Town wanted to know more. So I taught them. I told them my foolproof steps to lucid dreaming, which you can read all about in great detail here.
Or take a peek at my cheat sheet –
- Have belief that you can do it – because you can.
- Spend your day looking at your hands and doing reality checks – make sure your hands and everything around you looks normal, like it’s supposed to look. In dreams, they might not look typical and that will bring you lucid.
- Mix up your sleep schedule – wake up in the middle of the night, take a quick walk, get a sip of water, and fall back to sleep repeating your intention to have a lucid dream.
- Write down your dreams – this is the nourishment your dreams need to grow.
- Reach out to me – if you’d like one-on-one help.