The Practice Of Lucid Living

Most of us have heard of lucid dreaming, but for those of you who haven’t — lucid dreaming is essentially being aware that you’re dreaming. You’re not awake, you’re asleep but you’re conscious of your dream and you can even control some of it — or try to. They can also feel very, very real.

I’ve had many lucid dreams before and lately, increasingly often — I’ve found them more and more interesting as I get older. Sometimes, I just watch what happens. Usually, I like to try to replay the dream and attempt to change the outcome, but inevitably, most times I can’t. I might be able…

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Sharing my experiences & discoveries with mental health, nutrition, addiction, business & relationships in hopes of helping you 🤍 Love is the answer

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