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How to have lucid dreams with reality checks

Lucid dreams are very normal and extremely common. Basically, it means that one is aware that one is dreaming, while one is dreaming. One realizes that he is in a lucid dream when he realizes that the situation he is dreaming of is actually impossible. One case of this is flying or talking to a lost loved one.

Lucid dreams have many benefits, such as increasing problem-solving skills by discovering things subconsciously, or facing fears by doing something you normally fear. There are ways one can achieve lucid dreaming. One such example is reality testing.

Reality checks are a great way for beginners to learn how to lucid dream. The first part of reality testing is doing a reality check. This can be done with something as simple as reading a text. For example, to do this it would help if you had a book and looked at the title. Suppose the title is “Watch Spot Run”. Then imagine that the text actually says “101 Dalmatians”. The point of this is to see if the text changes. It has been researched that the text changes by up to 95 percent if you reread things at least twice. If the text changes, you are dreaming and can continue to the next step.

Now you must imagine that your environment in which you find yourself is totally a dream. This includes all the senses of your body. Now you can imagine the book flying off the table, or maybe you are reading the book as you fly. The last step is to imagine that you are enjoying the activity you are doing. Lucid dreams are meant to be fun experiences, so you might as well enjoy them!

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