Discover World Breakthroughs From Dreams and Lucid Dreams
Lucid Dreaming has been used by experts, professionals and lots of ‘go-getters‘ for many years to help them solve problems, practice skills, find creative solutions, visualise outcomes and so much more.
It is One Of The Most Powerful Techniques you can develop to get ahead, tapping into that ‘inactive’ time whilst sleeping to help you with issues you don’t have time for in your waking hours.
When I ask friends in my Facebook group, what do they think Lucid Dreaming is, the typical reply is
“it’s a dream where people can fly around and explore places or have weird dreams based on things in life.”
NO it is far far more than that and it can have a huge impact on your life!
Many successful people have used Lucid Dreaming from the worlds of art, literature, science, technology and more!
Stephen King has stated that many of his ideas for novels came to him in dreams: “I’ve always used dreams the way you’d use mirrors to look at something you couldn’t see head-on, the way that you use a mirror to look at your hair in the back. To me that’s what dreams are supposed to do. I think that dreams are a way that people’s minds illustrate the nature of their problems. Or maybe even illustrate the answers to their problems in symbolic language.” In his novels Insomnia (1994) and Dreamcatcher (2001), dreaming runs as strong themes.
Salvador Dali created many dream-inspired works, one example is “Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening”
Nobel Prize winner in Physics in 1922 for discovering the structure of the atom. He recalled that his hypothesis of electrons revolving around the nucleus came to him in a dream.
Dmitri created the periodic table, foundational to our understanding of chemistry. He claimed to have envisioned a complete arrangement of the elements in a dream, where all of the elements fell into place as required within a table. After awakening, he immediately wrote them down on a piece of paper.
There are so many more examples of people who had breakthroughs through their dreams and lucid dreams!
Who else has got insights from Lucid Dreaming & dreams?
Mary Shelley wrote her literary novel Frankenstein after experiencing a nightmare.
Elias Howe imagined a needle pushing through cloth in a dream and subsequently invented the sewing machine. Astoundingly.
James Watson saw the double helix image of the DNA chain in a dream, imagined as a spiral staircase, and he went on to be the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.
The impact of his discovery on the world of science from his simple dream has been truly phenomenal.
To help you understand what about Dreams and Lucid Dreams we have created the ultimate beginners learning course – for free.
Seven Steps to Lucid Dreams
This course takes you through 7 simple stages to get you started. It gives you a focus, teaches you the basic tips and techniques to get you up and running. You can do it over 7 days, or condense some of the steps to do it quicker, or stretch them out to take your time. You will learn:
- What lucid dreaming is
- The difference between regular dreams and lucid dreams
- How to set lucid dreaming goals
- How to prepare for a lucid dream
- How to recognise when you are having a lucid dream
- What to do if you wake up in a lucid dream
- What to do after your lucid dream when you wake up
- How to achieve your goals after you have practiced the basics
You can sign up and start this course today
Why should I start Lucid Dreaming?
Well you have been looking at Lucid Dreaming, you want to find out more about it, study it, see how it can help? You may be researching it for academic reasons, you may be finding yourself wanting to tap into your sleeping state to help resolve matters affecting you in the day. Well, if that is the case, why delay?
You can get access to our free Seven Steps to Lucid Dreams course today!
AN INSIDE SECRET
Q. Why is creative lucid dreaming so highly effective?
A. It is because as you are sleeping your mind isn’t filtering thoughts, processing things through your daily belief systems (the I am not good enough, the I cannot find an answer, the I..etc): so your subconscious mind can bring forward ideas that you are holding back. It helps you reveal the hidden genius within you.
Do I get support?
Well, when you get this free course you can join our Facebook support group. You can also access our ticketing support system and we also have a series of blogs, articles, help files and supporting material, along with our YouTube channel with tips and insights.
You should not find yourself struggling with getting to grips with the creative lucid dreaming, but find yourself mastering it and getting results. You will having visions that meet with your intentions, solve problems, create visual content; in addition you will find yourself developing a laser focus to situations, practising skills and gaining confidence.
Where can I practice these skills and where can they take me?
Essentially you can practice these skills in your own home, in your own time and with your own privacy. The techniques around Lucid Dreaming like focus, concentration and problem solving, you can take into your place of work, a place where you meet with others or socialise. When people see your new skills
they will be amazed at just how much YOU CAN NOW achieve!
Now sign up today and start this incredible course!
Don’t forget, you will get an email after signing up, if you don’t see one, check your spam folder! Follow the instructions as it has key information for you to get the most out of this course.
All the very best, I look forward to hearing from you in the group!
For now…time to sign up below!