In this excerpt from our program: Lucid Dreaming, Awaken the Sleeping Mind, we discuss whether the ability to lucid dream with stability and control can actually help you to act with greater confidence and embody a more centered attitude.
A way of being in which: the only reference point you are using, is yourself.
This came up as a question for me as I progressed through the first stage of our lucid dreaming program.
One of the reasons I am so motivated to learn to lucid dream at will, with the kind of proficiency and control that we are training our members to experience is:
I want to have a deeper understanding of my life as a whole, and know that I'm navigating through this life in an optimal way... and making good choices for myself and those around me.
Brian's response was great and I think it offers a new perspective on lucid dreaming, and how it can be utilized in a practical way to make our lives better (one of many).
I found it really inspiring and helpful and I think you will too.
If you enjoy this clip and it resonates with you, I think you'll really love being a part of our membership program. It offers a level of instruction and coaching I've never seen anywhere else.
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In Lucid Dreaming, Awaken The Sleeping Mind we learn how to:
Stage 1: Lucid dream once a week consistently for the purpose of fun and adventure.
Stage 2: Develop the ability to enter the lucid dreaming state directly from the waking state, at will. And cultivate the ability to stabilize the dreaming state indefinitely (for hours of conscious experience), as well as, learn to travel within the dream state, and finally, learn to manifest environments at will.
Stage 3: graduation to the third stage involves the experience of shared lucid dreaming. Something we train you to do step-by-step. During this phase we also learn to invoke subconscious aspects of ourselves as spiritual guides, conquer personal nightmares (internal chaotic forces), and learn to meet with other energetic beings.
Stage 4: We discuss dreams of clear-light, and the concept of 'constant-consciousness'.
To learn more about the four stages of lucid dreaming:
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