Do you want to learn how to lucid dream and explore your dream worlds? I’m sure you do. Having control over your dreams means you are able to create worlds and are free to explore anything your imagination allows you to. Quite literally, your imagination sets the limit on worlds and experiences you can create inside your own mind.
Techniques used to achieve lucid dreams vary as do the products that claim to help individuals achieve this kind of consciousness during sleep. Basic techniques, proposed benefits and the like were discussed previously. Here is a further look at how one can lucid dream. Described below are other tips, tricks, products and aids to learning how to induce a lucid dream.
Using what is already known and well established on brain patterns and function has helped marketers develop products that can help induce sleep, and more specifically, dreams. Theta brain waves are large, low frequency currents produced by the brain during deep relaxation and they are associated with sleep.
Not only is the mind and body in a sleep state, it is also in dream mode. By helping the brain naturally fall into this state, one can begin to learn how to lucid dream. Theta waves also increase creativity and inspiration – things that will come in handy when planning out your next dream-scape.
There are a couple products out on the market that claim to help the brain relax into this theta/sleep state. One is a binaural beats program and the other is called isochronic tones.
How to Lucid Dream Using Binaural Beats and Isochronic Tones
First off, the binaural beats program is simply two differing sound waves that make the brain fall into a theta pattern. How is this accomplished? A sine wave generator gives off two different frequencies. One in one ear and one in the other.
The brain takes the difference between these frequencies and creates a third wave – a theta wave. By listening to CDs or downloads with specific theta programed binaural beats, you can put yourself into a deep relaxed and ready to dream state.