The mobile app

Learn lucid dreaming by cultivating 3 major skill sets:

Understanding dreams: “What are dreams?”… “Why do we dream?”… “What do my dreams mean?” Get the answers to these questions, plus much more useful dream-related info in the guided course.

Dream Recall: Tough to practice lucid dreaming if you don’t remember your dreams. You’ll learn to improve dream recall & remember the details from your dreams when you want to. Now, this may seem challenging at first, but with the right techniques and knowledge, you’ll see how easy it really is.

Lucid Dreaming Competence: For some of us, lucid dreaming comes naturally, though for most people it takes effort and practice — but either way, it’s easier than you may think. With the expert-guidance in the course, first you’ll learn how to become lucid, then you’ll learn how to stay lucid for longer periods of time… and finally you’ll learn what to do while lucid and why to do it.

Why lucid dreaming?

Lucid dreaming enables conscious awareness within our own subconscious mind.  This is a profound method for self-exploration, creative experimentation, and having truly transcendent experiences.  It is a safe, natural practice which opens many doors to self-discovery and self-integration.  

Our dreams are full of insight and wisdom.  By lucid dreaming, we can embrace that insight and use that wisdom rather than ignoring it night after night.

Lucid dreaming with the brain

Why mindfulness?

Mindfulness provides the perfect framework for practicing lucid dreaming.  Mindful attitudes, and practices actually help improve lucid dreaming skills. 

Mindfulness promotes awareness of the mind, self-reflection, and recognizing when we have become lost in thought.   

During sleep, we are completely lost in thought – we’re lost in our dreams without realizing that we’re dreaming.  That is, unless we regain awareness during the dream and become lucid.   

You sleep for one third of your life

...and you dream for two hours every night. That's roughly 1000 hours of dreaming per year.

Research shows that people dream about emotionally significant content. In other words, you dream about what matters to you.

Also, given all the benefits we are seeing from millions of people paying closer attention to their mind (by practicing mindfulness), why are we not paying attention to the mind during sleep?

We can get more familiar with our dreams by recalling, writing, and reflecting upon them, but more importantly by learning to become conscious while we're dreaming. We can integrate these skills and bridge the gap between our sleeping and waking minds.

You can get more out of life by tapping into that other one third and using your dreams wisely rather than ignoring them day after day. The course in the app will teach you how. Take a mindful approach to sleep and dreams and learn to dream consciously and live mindfully.
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