Bubblegum Asked: Have you ever lucid dreamed?
And if you have, have you ever died in one. I want to learn to lucid dream but I have a fear of dying in one because I was told you can go into a coma in real life if that happens. Is this true? What's it like to lucid dream. Are there any dangers to lucid dreaming?
No, but I've fallen in my lucid dreams and then afterwords experienced intense vibrations. No, there are no dangers to lucid dreaming if you have a good strong heart, but if you're suffering from heart disease or heart damage, then you might not want to investigate the world of lucid dreaming.
Okay, here is a tactic I'm going to teach you. It will take time and work but it will pay and this is something that I know from experience.
When you lie down to go to sleep, close your eyes and imagine a place where you really want to be…real or fictitious, doesn't matter. Try to imagine yourself as actually physically being there and begin to repeat this affirmation, I NOW HAVE A BLISSFUL AND LONG LASTING LUCID DREAM."
You must repeat this affirmation around 100x while doing the visualization exercise and it must be the last thought on your mind before you fall asleep, otherwise, you will fail. After about one month, you'll begin to notice how your dreams are becoming more vivid, after about 5 or 7 months you'll be able to gain full control of your dream. And you MUST practice every single time you lie down to go to sleep. This is a "mental power" that you're developing and there is absolutely no overnight success.
Your lucid dreams are much like HD television, in the sense that everything in your dream will have a very crisp appearance. So crisp that the physical reality that you're used to living in will seem really dull. Within about one year of practice you'll be a "master lucid dreamer," and you won't have to continually repeat affirmations to have the lucid dreams that you want to have.
Here is another technique that I'd swear to. Go find a new age bookstore or pagan shop in your city, or maybe go into the crafts dept. in a fabric store and purchase one "amethyst crystal." Place this amethyst crystal under your pillow-inside of your pillow case. I know this sounds corny but I swear to you that crystals do generate a substance known as orgone. Mediums have their psychic power because they are more in tune with orgone or prana as its called in the east. Just lie there with your amethyst crystal under your head while you're sleeping, and this will aid you in your quest with lucid dreaming.
Also, you might want to buy a notebook and use it to record your dreams with as much grueling detail as possible. This will help you pay attention to your dreams while you're dreaming and train your brain to remember the dreams more accurately.
Life in your lucid dream world will feel even more real than physical reality and you can even radically slow down time in your dreams and stay in there for long periods.
Also, Watch Your Dreams, Ann Ree Colton
Dreams, Marilyn Barrick, http://www.spiritualpsychology.com
Looking into the Invisible, Omraam Aivanhov.
Dangers:over-active or wrongly intended behavior.