Lucid Dreaming Challenge

Okay so I though it would be cool to start a lucid dreaming challenge for beginners. I know how frustrating it can be when you are not getting the results you want. So whether you are brand new to lucid dreaming or are still in the process of learning – feel free to join in on this challenge!

This is going to be a 30 day challenge, so buckle up and get ready for some lucid dreams!

Each day do the following:

  • Every time you wake up from sleeping, keep your eyes closed, remain still and recall your dreams.  Then quickly write down your dreams in a journal.
  • Meditate in the morning for as long as you want. I recommend focusing on getting grounded and being present. Here is a video I created that you can check out if you are new to meditation. Grounding & Gold Sun Meditation
  • Perform 20 reality checks throughout the day. I recommend asking yourself the question, “Am I awake or am I dreaming?” After that try putting your fingers from one hand through the palm of your other hand. If they go through then you are dreaming, however, if they do not go through, then obviously you are awake. Follow up with on more reality check. Pinch your nostrils and try breathing. If you feel air going through your closed nostrils then you are most likely dreaming, however, if you do not, then that means you are awake. I know this seems like a lot but it really does not take that long to do.
  • Get 10-30 minutes of sun light. If it is your day off then this should be pretty easy, however, if you are working during the day, try to use one of your breaks to get some sun exposure.
  • Do some form of exercise; walking, lifting, biking, running, yoga, etc.
  • Do an evening meditation that focuses on two things: 1) Letting any negative energy go that you may have experienced from your day. 2) Mock-Up a lucid dream through visualization. Lucid Dream Mock-Up Meditation
  • Before you go to sleep, look at your hands and tell yourself that you will see your hands in your dreams and realize that you are dreaming.
  • As you fall asleep, set the intention that you will have a lucid dream and will remember your dreams.
  • If you are an adult get at least 7-9 hours of sleep.

I understand that this may seem a lot, but if you are really wanting to have lucid dreams, then I feel this would be a great way to do so. I will be doing this challenge and posting my results on this blog. Feel free to leave comments on your own progress or you can even email me at soulsgonewild@gmail.com

Goodluck!

-Andrew

8/7/19 | Iowa

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