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Lucid dreaming is a hot topic. Within the last five years, The Atlantic has published two articles and a how-to video on the topic. Not to be outdone, Huffington Post published more than two dozen articles in 2015 alone.
Pretty cool discovery in the world of dreaming.
There was once a girl walking down the streets of Paris. She tripped on a little rut in the sidewalk and looked down, the corner of it was peeling upwards like a piece of wet paper drying swollen. She lifted it up slowly and saw beneath it, a night sky with perfect five point stars in white. Pulsating against grainy deep blue in a way that was so vibrant it was almost perverse.
Indeed it starts with us. Today's Global Citizens and dreamers for global good are co-creating a coherent world for all. Over
A dream inspired my awakened life: When I was torn between rather or not "Astral Traveling" and "Lucid Dreaming" was possible. I had often pondered the hypothesis of which of the two were the material... the so called dream world or the illusion while in the supernal realm.
In its simplest form, a lucid dream is any experience in which you become aware that you're dreaming during the REM stage of your sleep cycle. It may sound far-out, but research proves that lucid dreaming is both real and distinct from typical REM-sleep dreaming.