A lucid dream is a dream in which the dreamer realizes he or she is asleep. Once lucid the dreamer can control the dream in many aspects such as manipulating the dream environment or scenario. Lucid dreams tend to be much more vivid and real than common dreams.

After experiencing my first lucid dream at the age of 5, I began my lifelong journey to understand and find practical applications for lucid dreaming. I was first intrigued by the idea that I could control my dreams after experiencing recurring nightmares until I became lucid and actively changed my dreams. Being able to lucid dream at will has changed my view of the world and has arguably made me into a more enlightened being. It has also opened the gate to more profound experiences such as Out of Body Experiences (OBEs) which I now practice regularly.

On this site you will find a large catalog of my personal lucid dreaming experiences as well as guides and tips I’ve composed to assist you in attaining lucidity and using it to better understand yourself and the world around you. Since I have experienced over 1,000 lucid dreams, I feel that I have the necessary experience to guide others on their journeys.

Let it be known that I am not a doctor and all advice, tips and techniques discussed on this blog are to be used at your own risk.

If you have a dream experience to share or something you’d like to see covered on the site, please send an e-mail to lucidguide@gmail.com.

5 responses to “About”

  1. Heather

    Absolutely fantastic site!
    Hey before I go explore this site more, wanted to tell you thanks for the comment on my vid. (this is boogdar on youtube)
    And thank you for the site. I’m very interested in learning more about making SP work for me.
    Also, if you do decide to use my video that’s cool.
    Have a great day, and continue to help people. 🙂

  2. Joe

    Love the site, really interesting stuff!
    After looking through most of the articles here on lucid dreaming I was left wondering, (as a person who has not had proper experiences of lucid dreams, except on maybe one occasion), is it possible to consider real life situations during a lucid dream? For example, think about a certain problem you’ve been trying to work out, or consider something that has happend to you in real life.
    This may seem like a pretty boring thing to spend a lucid dream doing and it will certainly not be at the top of my list when i’m able to lucid dream, but its just an intresting thought.
    Hope you can enlighten me 🙂

  3. admin

    Hey Joe,

    Thanks for the question and comments.

    To answer your first question, it is entirely possible to have a LD and imagine a real life situation in order to act it out or solve it. I have done this in the past and find it to be very therapeutic, although it can become a bit whimsical at times. It’s hard to recreate every detail of waking life in the dream state (for example, gravity can be a bit tricky and get in the way of actual problem solving). I would say that abstract ideas can be solved more easily while lucid dreaming than concrete ideas can.

    Give it a shot and let us know how it goes.

  4. Joe

    Thanks for the info. Still got a while before I can give it a go as i’m just struggling to recall dreams in the morning at the moment.
    But i’ll get back to you if i manage it.

  5. Noah

    Recently i have become very intrigued by this sleep paralysis phenomena i have only had it happen to me once since i tried to achieve it after i read a 9gag post about it. My experience was relatively positive. I kept falling through my bed and then fell asleep only to wake up but when i woke up and closed my eyes i would immediately fall through my bed again. I then woke up in the morning a little less rested than i had expected to be. Anyhow this is my dilemma, i have now heard about all the scary things that can happen to you during sleep paralysis and am worried that because of me knowing of these things(especially the old hag) i will see them. I really want to enjoy this phenomena, but i am terrified of getting stuck in a nightmare.

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