Why Do Some People Lucid Dream While Others Sleep On?
The Rock Star. The Artist. The Inventor. Tap Into The Infinite Potential of Lucid Dreaming and Experience a Virtual Reality Wonderland.
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“My name is Rebecca Turner. I’m a long time lucid dreamer and the creator of this interactive online course. I taught myself how to lucid dream at 14 years old – and now I’m here to train you in this scientifically proven, learnable skill.
I use my lucid dreams for escapsim, creativity, coping with nightmares and psychological inquiry. The question is, how will you harness your lucid dreams?”
~ Rebecca Turner, creator of The Lucid Dreaming Fast Track.
Inside, you’ll find awesome tips and hacks
30 expert tutorials and audio meditation tools to produce your first lucid dreams.
Targeted advice for beginners to intermediates to fast track your development.
Lucid dreams offer you…
Direct and manipulate dream themes, settings and plots at will.
Seek out artistic imagery and technical solutions to apply in waking life.
Initiate profound conversations with your true self.
Overcome fears, anxieties and grief in the safety of your dreams.
“With clarity and humour, Rebecca Turner walks beginners through the creative world of lucid dreaming. She provides excellent practical advice and transmits the excitement and beauty of waking up inside a dream as she explores what lucid dreaming can teach us.
I’ve always been a prolific lucid dreamer but listening to Rebecca’s imaginative hypnosis audio triggered five lucid dreams in two days; a lovely boost.”
~ Dr Clare Johnson, author of Dreamrunner, Breathing in Colour, and the first person to write a PhD on lucid dreaming and creativity.
What is lucid dreaming?
Lucid dreaming is for everyone. From 9-year-olds to 99-year-olds.
Children are known to teach themselves lucid dreaming using the intuitive methods described in this course. Even Alzheimer’s sufferers – who may have severe cognitive problems – have lucid dreams as a side effect of their medication.
You already possess the natural, untapped potential to have lucid dreams.
Lucid dreaming was first scientifically proven in 1975.
In the 40 years since, numerous ongoing studies have verified more of its features using EEG (brainwave) and fMRI (blood flow) data. There is no question that lucid dreams are a real and measurable state of human consciousness.
Lucid dreaming has been scientifically proven in the laboratories around the world.
Lucid dreaming means knowing when you’re dreaming.
Once you create the mindset to recognize when you’re dreaming, you can have lucid dreams for the rest of your life. The more you desire to lucid dream and practice key lucidity skills while waking, the more lucid dreams you’ll have.
Lucid dreaming requires an intuitive change in mindset that will overhaul your dreams.