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Alpha BRAIN

LUCID DREAM

LUCID DREAM

EXPERIENCE

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The Two Types of Sleep

Dream

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SWS
Deeper, Non-Dreaming sleep that assists in restoration of hormones and muscles.
REM
Dreaming sleep, helps process mental clutter and create a sense of being rested and vibrant.
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What is lucid dreaming, and why do I want it?

Lucid Dreaming is a state where at least one of the conditions apply:

  1. 1 Awareness that one is dreaming
  2. 2 Objects will disappear after waking
  3. 3 Physical laws need not apply
  4. 4 Having clear memory of the waking world

In a Lucid Dream You Can:

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SOLVE
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Alpha BRAIN is Designed

To Increase Levels

Of The Neurotransmitter

Acetylcholine

While Helping the Body Regulate REM Sleep
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Acetylcholine

Helps the Body

Regulate

REM Sleep

Lucid

Dreams

More

Acetylcholine

=

Stronger

REM Sleep
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Is Lucid Dreaming

A Proven Phenomenon?

Yes It Is

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In two independent studies, a subject who was able to lucid dream was given a predetermined set of eye movements to complete while dreaming. Brain monitors confirmed the subject was asleep, and the subject was able to move his pupils in the planned directions in real life, by looking around in his dreams.

Source: Dr Stephen LaBerge at Stanford University
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In addition, while in a lucid dream state, EEG machines showed brain frequencies in the 40hz range, 5-10 times higher than in normal dream state, and even higher than some waking states.

Source: German study conducted at the Neurological Laboratory in Frankfurt in 2009
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Famous

Lucid Dreamers

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I’ve always used dreams the way you’d use mirrors to look at something you couldn’t see head-on, the way that you use a mirror to look at your hair in the back. To me that’s what dreams are supposed to do. I think that dreams are a way that people’s minds illustrate the nature of their problems. Or maybe even illustrate the answers to their problems in symbolic language.

Stephen King Author
Stephen King
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… yet in one dream I can compose a whole comedy, behold the action, apprehend the jests and laugh myself awake at the conceits thereof.

Author Sir Thomas Browne
Sir Thomas Browne
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What is a Lucid Dream?

A lucid dream is a dream in which you know you are dreaming.

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History of Lucid Dreaming

Lucid dreaming is not a modern discovery. In early Buddhism it was a common practice among people in the monastic community.

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Keep a Dream Journal

Keeping a dream journal is a useful step towards lucid dreaming. It can help you recognize your own “dream signs.”

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