Dreams & Dreamwalking

  • Dreamwalkingby Rainsong
    An explanation of what dreamwalking is, various uses for it, and some cautions. Includes a description of one process for entering a conducive state and establishing contact.
  • A Guide To Dreamingby Jesserevis & Mad Hatter
    Describes the stages of sleep and some substances associated with sleep, techniques for recalling dreams, and techniques for inducing lucid dreams, including relaxation, breathing, hypnagogia, autosuggestion, DILD, MILD, WILD, and VILD. Includes some ideas for what to do once you reach a lucid dream.
  • The Science of Lucid Dreamingby AsapSCIENCE
    A video introduction to what lucid dreaming is, and how to induce it via reality checking, MILD, and WILD.
  • Dreamwalking and Lucid Dreamingby Rainsong
    A couple of things promted me to write about dreamwaling again, after quite a number of years. I believe the last time might have been the essay for PsiPog back in 2002 (http://www.psipog.net/art-dreamwalking.html). One of these is a recent article on the BBC about lucid dreaming (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-18277074). Apparently, this has become a semi-popular hobby. It’s […]
  • Lucid Dreaming by JoeT
    Summary forthcoming.
  • How to Experience Something Weirdby Peebrain
    Describes the author’s first experience with hypnagogic hallucinations, and how they occur in the mental state on the borderline between sleep and wakefulness. Explains how to induce a hypnagogic experience by using music to enter a trance without falling asleep, and then how to tune into what you want to experience.
  • Lucid Dreamingby Float
    Recounts some of the history of lucid dreaming and describes the stages of lucid dreaming, noting that there are many more advanced stages to lucid dreaming besides simply being aware or able to control the dream. Overviews a couple of techniques for inducing lucid dreams, and recommends keeping a dream log. Includes suggestions for turning a lucid dream into astral projection.
  • Precognitionby RainTurtle (aka Rainsong)
    Explains what is and is not precognition. Gives some ideas on telling the difference between precognitive dreams and normal dreams (via communication with one’s sub-conscious and keeping records), and some techniques for forced-choice precognition games.
  • Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD)by Stephen LaBerge
    Describes a technique developed by the author for his Ph.D. program to motivate one’s mind to recognize dreaming, thereby inducing a lucid dream at will. Preparation includes a week’s worth of practice in recognizing daily “targets” and performing a “state check” (am I dreaming?) after each.
  • MindScapeby LoneWolf
    An incomplete part 2 of this article can be found here.
    Summary forthcoming.
  • Connection Between Astral Projection and Precognitive Dreams?by Float
    Relates the author’s previous experience in astral projection and lucid dreaming, his sleep cycle and practice schedule, as well as what the precog dreams are like and how events later play out. Explains how his attempts at astral projection that are cut short by falling asleep combined with his mind’s pondering of future events may result in his astral self “jumping” to the future and the resulting information coming to him in dreams. Discusses the implications of this theory.
  • The Dream of Dreamsby JediKaren
    Describes how nightmares, while not strictly psi-related, can help a psion to analyze their fears. Notes that remembering dreams is good memory practice, and recommends keeping a dream journal. Explains what dreamwalking is as well as theories about how it can be done and what it can be used for. Also covers psi-dreams, lucid dreams vs. dream control, and dream signs. Includes examples from the author’s experience.
  • Astral Projection: Your First Stepsby Float
    Discusses scientific studies that have been done involving astral projection and out of body experiences (OOBE/OBE). Explains the difference between astral projection and OOBEs, the uses of astral projection, and four stages of astral projection. Recommends daily stretching and meditation using the four phase breath as preparation for astral projection. Gives step by step instructions for several astral projection methods, including full relaxation, the cord method, rocking out of your body, body of light, and lucid dreaming.
  • Other Skills Q&Aby PsiPog
    Answers to various member-submitted questions about Out of Body Experiences, Pendling, Dreams and Dreamwalking, Healing, Remote Presence, Phasing, and other skills.

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