Lucid Dream Pendant – Silver$187
The lucid dream pendant is a powerful artifact that will help you put dreaming into your daily awareness and thus remember more dreams, start living your dreams and mastering your dreaming time.
Metal: 925 Sterling Silver
6.5 x 3.6 cm - 2.55 x 1.41 Inch
“If you must sleep through a third of your life, why must you sleep through your dreams too?” – Stephen LeBerge
The lucid dream pendant is a powerful artifact that will help you put dreaming into your daily awareness and thus remember more dreams, start living your dreams and mastering your dreaming time. Every time you look at your artifact or whenever a person asks you about this artifact and you have to stop and explain, it will make your dreaming awareness deepen and strengthen your connection with your dreaming world…
“If you don’t have a dream, how can you have a dream come true?” – Jiminy Cricket
A lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware that he is dreaming and it usually occur while a person is in the middle of a normal dream and suddenly realizes that they are dreaming.
During lucid dreaming, the dreamer have at least some ability to control his dream and the surrounding.
Lucid dreaming is your chance to play around with the extraordinary abilities buried in unused parts of your brain.
To have a lucid dream, all you have to do is to know that it’s a dream while you’re dreaming and then you can use it to explore the boundaries of your own agency and the limits of the universe.
In order to start improving your dream recall you can use this Dream Awareness Techniques:
- Clearly state your intention to yourself before you fall asleep. For example reaffirm your intention when you lie down to sleep and repeat it 3 times “i will remember my dreams”
- Keep a dream journal. Put a notepad and pen or a recorder close to your bed at night, and write down your dream immediately after waking. This will train you to remember more of your dreams, which is important for lucid dreaming.
3. Give yourself time to bring your dreams back. Allow yourself some extra time in the morning to laze in bed and let your dreams come back to you. Its best if you can wake spontaneously, without an alarm.
4. Use reality checks frequently. Every few hours during the day, ask yourself “Am I dreaming?” and perform one of the following reality checks. With enough practice, you’ll start following the habit in your dreams as well, cluing you into the fact that you’re dreaming.
• Pinch your nose, close your mouth and test whether you can still breathe.
• Simply look at your hands and feet. These are often distorted in dreams when you inspect them closely.
• Read a page of text or the time on a clock, look away, then look back again. In dreams, the text or time will be blurry or nonsensical, or will be different each time you look.
• Attempt to push your index finger straight through the opposite palm. Really expect it to go through, asking yourself whether your dreaming or not both before and after attempting. During a dream, your finger would pass straight through your opposite palm, and asking yourself the question twice will increase your chances of realizing this is not normal.
Sometimes, trying to get lucid can be frustrating, especially if you’ve been trying for a while. But it’s so worth the time and practice you put into it, being able to control your dreams is amazing!