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.
In order to really appreciate lucid dreaming, you'll need to be able to remember your dreams. If you can't remember them it will be like having the best adventure of your life and then having your memory wiped afterwards! What's the point?
Technology has already evolved to the point of being able to recording a very simple dream and projecting it on a computer screen, complete with your dream images, your dream conversations and your movements within the dream.
Pretty cool discovery in the world of dreaming.
While it's been said that animals dream to aid in survival from predators, we as humans often dream to aid in our survival
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.
Many of the questions I get about Lucid Dreaming come from complete beginners to the subject, and by far the most popular is, simply: "How do I do it?" In my experience, there is a five step process to becoming an intentional lucid dreamer.