How To Lucid Dream - Explained | Behind Her Eyes

17 feb 2021
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What is lucid dreaming? Is lucid dreaming real? Can I try it tonight?! In this video, we explain everything you need to know about how to control your dreams. Major warning: what they do in Behind Her Eyes is NOT advised…
0:00- 0:31 - Behind Her Eyes Introduction
0:32 - 1:50 - What is Lucid Dreaming?
1:51 - 3:44 - How to Lucid Dream
3:45 - 6:40 - Is Lucid Dreaming Real?
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How To Lucid Dream - Explained | Behind Her Eyes
A single mother enters a world of twisted mind games when she begins an affair with her psychiatrist boss while secretly befriending his mysterious wife.

  • I didn’t expect the ending. That blew me and I’m still getting my head around it after watching it last night. Really messed up.

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  • Me counting my fingers in order to enter the astral world

    OhenebaOheneba5 klukkustundum síðan
  • I tryed it and got it first try. I was aware I was in a dream but My guy I couldn’t control myself.

    Amazing _FutureAmazing _Future11 klukkustundum síðan

    SilverBow FTWSilverBow FTW12 klukkustundum síðan
  • Don't do the astral projection shit someone else will come and take over ur body. Use protection.

    angie weathersangie weathers16 klukkustundum síðan
  • Well.... I did see my hands and a clock and they were normal

    Emilia MartinezEmilia Martinez19 klukkustundum síðan
  • is lucid dreaming in a theta state of falling asleep or waking up? also dont we all wake up once we realize we're dreaming?

    Zeyna NdZeyna Nd21 klukkustund síðan
  • Lucid dreams are real but just remember there’s no multiplayer mode, it’s all in your mind

    pierluigi sonsinipierluigi sonsiniDegi Síðan síðan
    • Even the reality is just you..

      Mayur SarojMayur SarojKlukkustund síðan
    • Lucid dreaming is just the tip of the iceberg

      Freddie.x 12Freddie.x 12Degi Síðan síðan
  • There are so many others method also, discuss those also

    Pradeep PalPradeep Pal2 dögum síðan
  • Statistically speaking every 1 in 5 people can lucid dreaming. I started lucid dreaming around 7yrs. Been doing it lately a lot but if you're pothead it won't happen to you.

    Dre BoerteDre Boerte2 dögum síðan
    • how did you learn how to lucid dream

      yikesyikes17 klukkustundum síðan
  • I’ve had dreams where I’m playing a horror game but I can’t press pause, but then I convince myself it’s not real in order to press pause if that makes sense

    Rachael Lois RobertsRachael Lois Roberts2 dögum síðan
  • I've been trying to get rid of some of my nightmares..hope controlling my dreams can help tho.Many times it's often connected to my own life. For example, today I was worried about where did my cat go wander when we left her in the balcony.. Today, I dreamed about this same place. In it, I was trying to find her, but I couldn't go out because there were some ugly looking bird. Like a really black, snake like, crane with really big beaks. And there were so many of them on the awning. And I just cant find my cat..and then I see her in the lil corner..laid sideways with her limbs if to protect herself with her claws from them(i actually read abt this fact in an article somewhere that cats do this in a catfight) It's just overwhelming how much it's connected to my real life. Lol and u wont believe this one time i dreamt abt my neighbour crush. It was so bad that i stopped crushing on him..

    Siddhi ShahSiddhi Shah2 dögum síðan
  • No one believed me when I said that I flew away from my body and saw me sleeping. It kept happening whenever I was really sad. I thought it was a dream until I read about it after a few months. Astral projection is dangerous and scary. Ok bye.

    sriven srilaksmisriven srilaksmi2 dögum síðan
    • @sriven srilaksmi no i have anxiety and depression lmao i really wanna learn how to lucid dream though

      yikesyikes4 klukkustundum síðan
    • @yikes that probably means you have a good state of mind?

      sriven srilaksmisriven srilaksmi4 klukkustundum síðan
    • bruh thats so scary i cant even lucid dream lmao

      yikesyikes17 klukkustundum síðan
  • Craziest show!!!

    Rachel GreenbaumRachel Greenbaum2 dögum síðan
  • Sleep paralysis is a form of lucid dreaming but your mind is awake and body is paralyzed. Not fun but interesting as hell. I’ve personally experienced it twice but I know it’s happening and can get out of it if I relax which is hard when you hallucinate there’s a man standing over your bed.

    RachRach3 dögum síðan
  • But, is it really possible to switch bodies like in the serie?

    Flying AngelFlying Angel3 dögum síðan
  • A long time ago I started lucid dreaming by holding my nose and trying to breathe lots throughout the day so in dreamtime I would automatically do this, realise I'm dreaming (can breathe) and then start to control them. After sometime I started practicing astral projection by lying down, not moving or swallowing (very important) after 5-15 mins I'd get a very loud ringing noise in my ear, feel like I'm moving down a dark tunnel and then I'd sit up out of my body and move away, while my body is still lying down and I'm still aware of noises going on around my body. Looking in mirrors is always interesting. However, no, I've never been able to influence the 3d in that state.

    lolsaXxlolsaXx3 dögum síðan
  • omgggggg SPOILER: another clue for Rob being Adele was that actually Adele thought Rob how to lucid dream, but Adele told Louise it was her friend who thought her.. or at least that's how I remember it.. that's because it was Rob and he was in fact thought how to do it by his friend from the ward..

    SorbitolMalitolXylitolMannitolCalciumCarbonateSoySorbitolMalitolXylitolMannitolCalciumCarbonateSoy3 dögum síðan
    • I was watching them drive away after the wedding thinking that’s Rob in there 🤯 What a betrayal to Adele ultimately but I felt so bad for Louise too and her kid Adam who won’t get the love he had with his mum 😢

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    • Another clue was the astral light colour in the beginning it was purplish for Adele and blue for Rob and whenever it was watching over Louise it was always blue 😱 Damn

      Eyuden LamaEyuden Lama10 klukkustundum síðan
    • Omg I didn’t realise 😳😳 you just opened my eyes ✋🏾

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  • I often experience this and sometimes after waking up, i go back to sleep and go back to my dream 😅

    Mariah ChristhelMariah Christhel4 dögum síðan
  • This mostly happens when I wake up too early then go back to sleep , I have some kind headache afterwards and tight muscles

    Clara NguematioClara Nguematio4 dögum síðan
  • There‘s no night that I don‘t dream and I had lucid dreams. I know that I am in a dream, oftentimes I am walking in the woods or flying over the mountains every time i am lucid dreaming and I can control which path to take.

    Peppa’s little AdventuresPeppa’s little Adventures5 dögum síðan
  • A show that ties lucid dreaming with new-age anti-science such as astral projection is doing the scientifically verified state of lucid dreaming a huge disservice. Sorry Netflix, but this series has confused the public about what lucid dreaming really is, and what it represents. Any lucid dreamer who cares about this subject would be offended by how it has been represented in this show.

    Lucid Dream PortalLucid Dream Portal5 dögum síðan
    • I will say I haven’t watched this entire series yet, but I really wish the research behind this were of better quality (or that the research carried out had been taken into account to a higher degree - whichever is relevant). “In a dream, your hand will never look the same twice.” This is absolutely false, and such a blatant beginner’s mistake that my jaw dropped when I heard it. For anyone interested in a series about lucid dreaming, I would honestly recommend Anamnesis instead. It’s available here on ISpast.

      kikorangi 8kikorangi 85 dögum síðan
    • I doubt that was their concern.

      AspenFalls VermontAspenFalls Vermont5 dögum síðan
    • Agreed

      Saffrinian 1Saffrinian 15 dögum síðan
  • Very nice.

    Augustin Guy PaulinAugustin Guy Paulin5 dögum síðan
  • Are you serious? This show was created to promote astro projection. Let's be honest. Lucid dreaming is a veil.

    J RobinJ Robin5 dögum síðan
    • There is no you that could be in control or astral project even if it appears as such so the whole thing is a joke lol

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    • Get over ourselves!!

      debbie harrisondebbie harrison3 dögum síðan
    • I couldn't agree more - it's absolutely embarrassing and offensive to those who take the subject seriously and want to promote a rational and honest approach to the subject.

      Lucid Dream PortalLucid Dream Portal5 dögum síðan
  • I urge you please please please don’t ever astral project, it’s demonic! The spirit world is real and as you saw the ending to this series it ends in destruction. The devil is real, demons are real, but Jesus is the only way to salvation! He is the truth, the way and the life. John 10:10 "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." Funny enough you can see evil attributed in Rob at the end of the series where we see him steal, kill and destroy. Come to Jesus! he will protect you and give you eternal life. Please don’t ever try astral projection, you’re meddling in something evil there.

    Natalia ValeriNatalia Valeri6 dögum síðan
    • @Shahruz Numonov I’m saved in Christ Jesus my eternity is secured in heaven with the Father our Lord our God Jesus Christ. The only way to be saved from eternity in fires of hell is through Jesus, he’s the only way, the truth and the light. I’ll Pray for you 🙏🏼

      Natalia ValeriNatalia ValeriDegi Síðan síðan
    • stfu, I'll see you in hell

      Shahruz NumonovShahruz NumonovDegi Síðan síðan
  • Indeed LD more real than real.

    sailor soulsailor soul6 dögum síðan
  • I make videos on this channel about lucid dreaming. There's lots of different ways to do it :)

    Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
  • Was this program meant to be set in real life and realistic? If it is then why did they do the astral projection because it’s like supernatural and stupid

    Aubamelacabloodclatyang CoygAubamelacabloodclatyang Coyg6 dögum síðan
  • I wake up with a throbbing headache after lucid dreaming

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    • pineal gland

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  • The fact that the forest with the well was her happy dream makes it even more chilling

    Koila FinauKoila Finau7 dögum síðan
    • That was also where "Rob's"real body was resting and Adele's "soul" died there

      safiya spencesafiya spence3 dögum síðan
    • I mean that was where "her" life began

      Oratile MafangaOratile Mafanga6 dögum síðan
  • Netflix is doing the absolute most with this 🤦🏾‍♀️. Absolutely disgusting.

    La-Chelle CarterLa-Chelle Carter7 dögum síðan
  • Pray to God

    Michaela GuleMichaela Gule7 dögum síðan
  • i have often lucid dreams, they aren't as beautiful as Louise's hers, but i can do in them what i want ♥ the problem is just when i focus too much on the fact that im dreaming, i usually wake up faster then xD

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    • Same here.. I often swim, fly, kiss.. It's so surreal, I could experience every element of nature like in real life.. It doesn't last very long, I know before hand itself that it's going to end..

      shanthi mathewshanthi mathew6 dögum síðan
    • I made a video explaining a dream stabilization technique I use when I become lucid to make the dream better :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
  • i lucid dream very often and it sucks because I also have sleep paralysis so when i want to wake up, i cant move hahaha

    glumpinkglumpink8 dögum síðan
    • I made a video on turning sleep paralysis into a lucid dream, I have most success with it :) Even though it can be scary!

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
  • Lucid dreams are for dad and broken people. 🙂

    SoumAya SisigmundSoumAya Sisigmund9 dögum síðan
  • I love lucid dreaming

    Cory Unique BeatsCory Unique Beats10 dögum síðan
  • I've been a lucid dreamer all my life. Never knew until later in life that it was a thing.

    Joe PasquarelloJoe Pasquarello10 dögum síðan
    • @Taryn Lawrence No. I'm not that cerebral.

      Joe PasquarelloJoe Pasquarello7 dögum síðan
    • Do you meditate often? I’d love to lucid dream often as yourself

      Taryn LawrenceTaryn Lawrence7 dögum síðan
  • Tried this years ago and couldn't get into it, then all of a sudden I see everyone on Twitter talking about lucid dreaming out of nowhere 😂

    Lewys CousinsLewys Cousins11 dögum síðan
    • @Shadøw Yeah, my sleep schedule is all over the place as it is so it's no wonder I gave it up. With perseverance though anything is possible

      Lewys CousinsLewys Cousins10 dögum síðan
    • It takes practice

      ShadøwShadøw10 dögum síðan
  • I love lucid dreaming, if I could do it every night I would. I'm not to sure about the reading part, I can read quite well in my dreams in fact I look for things to read to see if I'll get a message.

    88jl88jl11 dögum síðan
  • for 1 moment i thought she is north west

    Mohaddeseh MarviMohaddeseh Marvi12 dögum síðan
  • I have lucid dream a lot of the times.. but i got small and horrible lucid dreams

    Gurpreet SinghGurpreet Singh12 dögum síðan
  • The Narrator forgot to mention that if you get too excited while lucid dreaming, your dream starts fading away and you wake up in a couple of seconds? I've been having problems with that.. Anyone have tips to stay in my dream even tho I'm enjoying breathing underwater or flying around?

    Hyraladen THyraladen T12 dögum síðan
    • @Taryn Lawrence :) good luck

      Dany RoseDany Rose5 dögum síðan
    • @Dany Rose very helpful thanks

      Taryn LawrenceTaryn Lawrence7 dögum síðan
    • Start singing a song ore moving really fast with your arms Ore counting It will force your brain to focus something else and it will eventually "forget" to wake you up Also as you already said, your brain wakes you up when you are too excited /scared ore something else bc it thinks you could be in danger So try to stay relaxed maybe through meditation :)

      Dany RoseDany Rose10 dögum síðan
  • when a child I could lucid dream...while so,in a lucid dreamstate, I asked aloud how I could see the future. A guide spirit of some sort lead me to this glowing yellow box similar looking to a paper lantern you might see in an Asian decor. I was able to see in my dream, thru my own eyes into to future or past or thru other ways see distant places and events from history or the future. but it was absolutely real and it always came true in real life. I must have dreamed thousands of episodes into my future seeing how things were changing and looking for events and opportunities to exploit. but because I was a child of only 7 or so...I did not understand how to make this gift beneficial for me or the world. It only served to show how humanity was spiralling to moral demise. It also showed me that Jesus will be coming back within a dog's lifetime. that's about as accurate as I can offer. it's all still in ABBA's hands. lucid dreaming is real...its like neo learning to jump off the the MATRIX. seeing the future was like seeing the programming thru the illusion. we live in a prison planet. We can choose service to others or selfishness. the universe is waiting for humanity to step up and choose to serve. its heaven or keep living this hell on earth.

    charles giltnercharles giltner12 dögum síðan
  • I still don't understand anything to that lmao i forget half of my dreams everytime, but does it have a real utility ?

    SalamboSalambo12 dögum síðan
    • I make videos on this channel to do with lucid dreaming, it's a beautiful experience :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
  • Now talk about astral projection.

    DrGyalfrenDrGyalfren13 dögum síðan
  • Who's here after they said scientists had a conversation with someome who was lucid dreaming?

    Big ToeBig Toe13 dögum síðan
  • I have lucid dreams often..or lets say when there may be a bad situation or something I don't always aware that I'm dreaming but if I dont like it, 'll be like ok this is not real, you're dreaming, time for me to wake up and then I do..sometimes when it's a great dream I'll want to see the rest or for it to play out and it does but as soon as I'm realy aware that it's a dream I wake up...wish I could lay the whole thing out, the good ones anyways Guess this is really not lucid because I cant control it but more consciousnesses of what is happening or is it the same thing 🤔 interesting

    LTETobagoLTETobago13 dögum síðan
  • Been interested in Lucid dreaming for years, but not sure if it’s actually happened. Time to start counting and pinching my arm 😅

    iblamekristyiblamekristy13 dögum síðan
    • I have videos on my channel that explain different ways of achieving lucidity :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • @iblamekristy good luck :)

      Dany RoseDany Rose9 dögum síðan
    • @Dany Rose this is great advice - thank you. Heard about dream diaries, will start writing them down. Going to try drawing something too, will keep remembering LD and hopefully it’ll help.

      iblamekristyiblamekristy10 dögum síðan
    • I'm into lucid dreaming since a long time Probably you already know this, but Don't forget to use a dream diary to write down everything, Everytime! It will really help you improve a lot Ore write /draw something down on your hand, a little sign, (can be a spot, a flower a circle etc ) Look at it trough out the day and think about lucid dreaming Everytime you will look down on it your brain will think about LD. Listening to bineraul beats can be really helpful too I really hope you will make it :)

      Dany RoseDany Rose10 dögum síðan
  • I'm just surprised that there are people who can't control their dreams.

    Chrisy DChrisy D13 dögum síðan
    • Can't

      Siddhi ShahSiddhi Shah2 dögum síðan
    • @Milica S. I know what I said... It's ur wish to believe or not!!

      Sandya GesanSandya Gesan5 dögum síðan
    • @Sandya Gesan you can't die don't spread miss information

      Milica S.Milica S.5 dögum síðan
    • @Sandya Gesan thanks for your advice!

      Taryn LawrenceTaryn Lawrence7 dögum síðan
    • @Taryn Lawrence Also stay away from fake people who will ask u to pay money for them to teach u that.. A real person who could do all these things are beyond materialistic things like money, fame etc... If someone is expecting something like that, he/she is a fake 💯%

      Sandya GesanSandya Gesan7 dögum síðan
  • Screw that, make a video about astral projection, I want in!

    Messy RecapsMessy Recaps14 dögum síðan
    • Like i actually had astral projection without being aware about i thought like my soul left my body or smth . This was so new to me that i couldn't believe but later i got to know about astral projection.

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    • If there is still the belioef there's an actual "you then good luck

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    • Is that you, Rob? 🧐😄

      Vee CrentsilVee Crentsil3 dögum síðan
    • It’s not easy😐some don’t ask for it and it happens I do it without thinking good luck trying

      VivianaaaVivianaaa4 dögum síðan
    • @Skylar Stiles what is happening when a person "astral projects" is that they are falling asleep while remaining conscious. It's a very common way to enter a lucid dream (the other way is when you realize you are dreaming in the middle of the dream). Sometimes before falling completely asleep, you will experience sleep paralysis, which people who think they are astral projecting call the "vibrational/separation stage" lol. I used to believe in astral projection too. Learn more about lucid dreaming and you will understand what is really happening to these people who think they are leaving their body 👍

      Conner LeeConner Lee4 dögum síðan
  • Love to be able to master the art of this

    909rhythm909rhythm14 dögum síðan
  • I lucid dream regularly and I once threatened the characters of my dream that if they don't do as I say, I'll wake up and they'll all disappear. Once they refused and thought I was bluffing, I did wake up and immediately get back to sleep to the same scene. They were scared shitless, it was hilarious.

    Lisa GriffinLisa Griffin14 dögum síðan
    • There is no you

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    • Yes true... When I get the same dream, I'll remember in my sleep itself that I already dreamt about it before.

      Sandya GesanSandya Gesan9 dögum síðan
    • 😂

      KizzyisdeadKizzyisdead11 dögum síðan
    • Cool

      DanceSexMusicHipHopDanceSexMusicHipHop12 dögum síðan
  • Lucid dreams are the best takes practice

    Nasreen MuradNasreen Murad14 dögum síðan
  • all that shit is demonic

    Change ur usernameChange ur username14 dögum síðan
    • @Vr Fitness and Gaming Shows like Behind her Eyes don't help at all. The show presents lucid dreaming as leaving your body and all that new-age nonsense. This is one of the reasons people think that lucid dreaming is demonic, bc they don't really understand what lucid dreaming is :(

      Conner LeeConner Lee2 dögum síðan
    • @Conner Lee exactly.. Just people being ignorant..

      Vr Fitness and GamingVr Fitness and Gaming2 dögum síðan
    • You already dream every night. How is knowing you are dreaming demonic? That's all lucid dreaming is : )

      Conner LeeConner Lee10 dögum síðan
    • @Layla M no im here :)))

      Change ur usernameChange ur username10 dögum síðan
    • @Change ur username weird

      Layla MLayla M10 dögum síðan
  • I'm cringing at the fact that they're even questioning if lucid dreaming is real or not. The classic "Science can't prove it", just gotta experience it yourself like many other things in this life:)

    Zay SmithZay Smith14 dögum síðan
    • But it's actual a lot of science behind it

      The TiarraThe Tiarra13 dögum síðan
  • The voice over is so satisfying 🥺

    Joel MensahJoel Mensah14 dögum síðan
    • Why thank you!

      Netflix UK & IrelandNetflix UK & Ireland10 dögum síðan
  • Do you all fall down in your dream and feel the pain in the real world? falling from a height or you get shot and you feel it as well.

    FACE TIMEFACE TIME14 dögum síðan
  • I have these lucid dreams where I can't feel a thing, thinking of you in my bed

    Huracan360Huracan36014 dögum síðan
    • :'(

      firstname lastnamefirstname lastname11 dögum síðan
  • Whenever I become aware that I am dreaming I always wakeup

    Carol HarrisCarol Harris15 dögum síðan
    • I made a video about dream stabilization :) I always do it once I become lucid or else I wake up also!

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • yaaas me too. It is a rush of excitement combined with the fear of "i hope to not wake up now" which ruins it.

      Andreea OlaruAndreea Olaru10 dögum síðan
  • You can't read in your dreams and telephones/cellphones won't work because learning and memory centers (literacy, phone numbers, etc...) are different parts of your brain which are asleep. Same with dreaming you can't locate an address and sometimes you have no control over your car. Again, you learned to drive as a teenager after a childhood of not driving, so your sleeping brain has no clue how the damn thing works! I'm 52 and I have dreams where my cellphone can't reach anybody, and I'm getting old school landline recordings from the Bell System about disconnected numbers no longer in service.

    Troy EvittTroy Evitt15 dögum síðan
  • I’ve had a lucid dream before. I saw my grandmother in a dream, she died before I was born but in my dream we talked as if we knew each other. She told me that I look just like her and then I woke up.

    Samantha CorbettSamantha Corbett15 dögum síðan
    • I met my mum on purpose in a lucid dream, just to see what it was like :) I made a video about it on this channel as well as how to spawn people, places and objects :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
  • Why does the media always play it up towards the thriller/horror genre

    BB15 dögum síðan
    • Good one! Quite prejudicial, cause drewaming can also be good.

      Otto PereiraOtto Pereira15 dögum síðan
  • I lucid dream, and I notice that sometimes even if l know l’m dreaming l still have no control at all, and at the other extreme l know l’m dreaming and can control everything. It’s like there’s sometimes a shift from understanding l’m dreaming to really knowing and feeling it.

    jchatoyerjchatoyer15 dögum síðan
    • @Gergana Georgieva It’s like in life when we know we can accomplish something but have doubts and negative thoughts, and then those other times when we’re in the flow and everything comes easy. It’s the differences between understanding we are all Buddha (or whatever your spirituality )and becoming enlightened.

      jchatoyerjchatoyer13 dögum síðan
    • Ugh me to, but to be honest it feels so beautiful, it's in a way a projection of how i view "real"life

      Gergana GeorgievaGergana Georgieva15 dögum síðan
  • I think everyone should practice lucid dreaming. It's way better than vr, it feels like real life and you can live out any fantasy you ever wanted. I feel like it's a waste of time not to

    ShadøwShadøw16 dögum síðan
    • Very good channel recommendations. @No One Most of the information on the internet about lucid dreaming is misinformation and people looking to take your money. Careful who you learn from.The two channels mentioned above (especially Lucid Dream Portal) are the only places you should be learning from as a beginner.

      Conner LeeConner Lee10 dögum síðan
    • @No OneI recommend checking out lucid dream portal and giz edwards channels. The main things you'll need is a dream journal and reality checks. Meditation can also help

      ShadøwShadøw10 dögum síðan
    • How can I practice it? Plz help

      No OneNo One10 dögum síðan
  • I've lucid dreamt all my life. When I was a toddler I kept telling my mum I had films in my ears. I understand that it must be a fascinating concept to thoes who haven't lucid dreamt however personally I wouldn't recommend learning how to do it. It can be debilitating, exhausting at the least, and cause a lot of stress. I became really depressed in my 30's because it was like living in two worlds. I've learnt to live with it now though. I drew maps of all the places that I re visit in my dreams, these places have repeated for so many years, and found they joined together perfectly to be one whole map. Lucid dreaming is definitely real. Sleep is so important. If you can sleep well than stick to that for sure. I am glad that it's now become an open discussion. It was very lonely unable to explain it to people without them thinking I'm imagining it other than my partners (1 at a time throughout my life! ;)) who could see first hand how it affected me. Will watch the series for sure!

    katie kitchingkatie kitching16 dögum síðan
    • @Vr Fitness and Gaming I agree.

      Taryn LawrenceTaryn Lawrence7 dögum síðan
    • Don't say u wouldn't recommend it tho.. Remember that just because u had that experience doesn't mean everyone else will. I dont see any negatives compared with normal dreaming. Just sounds like some feat mongering. All the benefits that can be gained by lucid dreaming are huge. Its literally one of the most important gateways to spirituality and exploring the inner world. Just depends on how u use it. Youre so lucky to have this gift early on and natural. Bless you

      Vr Fitness and GamingVr Fitness and Gaming13 dögum síðan
  • You can't feel the taste of the food you eat in the dreams.

    See ClearlySee Clearly17 dögum síðan
    • Ive tasted amazing things and horrible things in a lucid dream ha!

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • It's the memory you need to practice before you can. If you can't assign a value to each aspect you won't be able to recall it in a dream. Practice

      KizzyisdeadKizzyisdead11 dögum síðan
    • Dont think I've ever eaten in a dream..then again I guess I have cause remember thinking that was so good but I cant remember actually chewing or tasting anything, its more of an after thought when I wake up..interesting

      LTETobagoLTETobago13 dögum síðan
  • I had a lucid dream about my mum after she died we were both back together in our lounge my mum was telling me how beautiful heaven was and I would love it too when it was my time..than she told me to wake myself up as my dream was going on too long (typical of her to worry) I didn’t want to leave her but she insisted so I woke myself up. I often have lucid dreams with people telling me messages.

    tasiawful1tasiawful117 dögum síðan
    • Same here 2 months after my father passed he came to visit me and my kids he never seen in real life so when he passed and I had that dream he came to see them I woke up happy 😃 I felt like spiritually that was real

      Hebrew Isrealite91Hebrew Isrealite915 dögum síðan
    • I spawned my mum in a lucid dream just to talk to her and have a fresh memory of her in my head :) I made a video on how to do this on my channel :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • @Mamie Lee' I just hate the realisation when I wake up that those loved ones are still gone. They’re bittersweet

      Joshua AdamsJoshua Adams9 dögum síðan
    • That was a Nice N pleasant dream. I Dream a lot and a lot of time about deceased family. My Mom passed Two years ago, I told her Not to worry about Anything and I told her I’ll see f her again in My Dreams and I knew I wud see her and I have many times.

      Mamie Lee'Mamie Lee'10 dögum síðan
    • You should probably share does of who their meant to...

      ximena hernandezximena hernandez11 dögum síðan
  • It is real, I do it all the time. What's more difficult is maintaining lucidity and not letting the dream run away. Sometimes when lucid dreaming and it collapses and waking me up, it's pretty easy to go back to lucidity. The language centres of your brain are not active during lucidity, so if you look at any writing or numbers in the dream, they will be impossible to read and just melt away and morph into strange shapes. What is also fun is speaking to dream characters when lucid as they seem to have their own personalities and decision making, and will talk about anything. It's strange because you are literally talking to your own subconscious. Quite often when lucid my eyes are open a bit, because I can see an outline of whatever my actual eyes are seeing overlaid in whatever the dream is about, for example a my bedside clock will be in the dream no matter what I am looking at in the dream itself.

    NeonVisualNeonVisual18 dögum síðan
    • @Nasreen Murad no idea, could mean a lack of control of the dream, some say you have to do it safely first

      Vanessa RoperVanessa Roper14 dögum síðan
    • @Vanessa Roper I wonder if it means anything

      Nasreen MuradNasreen Murad14 dögum síðan
    • @Nasreen Murad ikr so creepy

      Vanessa RoperVanessa Roper14 dögum síðan
    • @Vanessa Roper I’ve also experience sleep Paralysis and also feel a presence I dread them

      Nasreen MuradNasreen Murad14 dögum síðan
    • @NeonVisual wow thanks for the thorough reply. When I meditate I tend to get more lucid dreaming but also experienced sleep paralysis which freaked me out. I felt a presence in the room so I don’t know if I want to consciously try this again yet. But thanks for the tips will take it into consideration. Also we feel that I dream share because non of the characters are related to me in anyway work, friends or family.

      Vanessa RoperVanessa Roper15 dögum síðan
  • My dreams are so crazy (aliens, mad lions, haunted castles....) that i do know it's a dream sometimes

    miah-38miah-3818 dögum síðan
    • @Ms.Bubs4fun the same thing can happen if someone is reading a lot

      miah-38miah-3813 dögum síðan
    • Too much television before bed

      Ms.Bubs4funMs.Bubs4fun13 dögum síðan
    • Awesome👽👽🦁🦁 🏯🏯🙉🙉

      Luminary • 1 million years agoLuminary • 1 million years ago15 dögum síðan
  • *your gamemode has been updated to creative.*

    Explore Lucid DreamingExplore Lucid Dreaming18 dögum síðan
    • @Explore Lucid Dreaming I genuinely wish I could agree with you, but as someone still young, you've not seen the damage that this sort of thing has done to lucid dreaming over the past few decades. Trust me, if this interest of yours turns into something that becomes more than just your pre-college hobby, one day you'll be pulling your hair out when you see the hard work of researchers and teachers set back ten years by poorly researched information like this reaching the public. I know you're new to lucid dreaming, so you're probably not tired of all this just yet, but trust me, in 10 years when you're having to say "no, lucid dreaming isn't leaving your body" for the millionth time, you'll likely agree that even "memeing" just works towards adding credibility to this kind of thing. As a piece of fiction, it's fine, not particularly entertaining, it's just a shame that it had to misrepresent lucid dreaming in such a way. I know I've called you out for your own errors several times (which are understandable, we all make mistakes when learning, you're still a young chap and new to the subject) - but I hope you will understand that this is something that is done with a genuine hope that you'll become one of the good-guys for this subject and work towards helping the public learn in a well researched and reliable way. Very glad to hear you're not a supporter of astral projection, that's genuinely one of the more reassuring things I've heard from you. Please remember that with a big audience comes a big responsibility to get the details right (an hour or your time double checking details could save millions of hours for your combined audience), so all I really ever ask when calling you out, is that you correct a few past issues, and spend a few extra hours doing your research before posting. As always, just because I've called you out, doesn't mean I take a personal dislike to you. I look forward to a day when I can big-you-up like Nate Turner - who did a really stellar job of correcting some of his earlier mistakes (and that's something to be proud of). This field needs more young enthusiastic voices. Just PLEASE for the love of all things good, just put a bit of extra time into the research, and dial down the hype just a tad? I'm pretty sure the lucid dreaming community would love that too. (just little things like getting the terminology correct would be a brilliant first step, like "I" in MILD standing for Induced, and in WILD AND DILD it's "Initiated" - I'm genuinely hoping that'll you'll prove to me that my nagging was worth it, and you'll become someone who I can support). But for now, I'm very pleased you're not on the astral projection team.

      Lucid Dream PortalLucid Dream Portal5 dögum síðan
    • @Lucid Dream Portal it’s all good man, just memeing. Though I’m sure a tutorial could pull a million views, I don’t back topics like astral projection so I’ll never cover it. Lucid dreaming is my passion and I genuinely enjoy hearing about it in the media, even if their representation isn’t perfect, it’s still something to me :)

      Explore Lucid DreamingExplore Lucid Dreaming5 dögum síðan
    • @Conner Lee can u like do what mr robot did? doin stuff while lucid dreamin? solve some work issues while still resin and gain time

      John DJohn D5 dögum síðan
    • As fun as it can be to imagine that astral projection is real, any real lucid dreamer knows that the experience of leaving your body is really just an illusion. There are two ways to enter a lucid dream. The first is during the dream itself when you realize you are dreaming, and the second is when you fall asleep while remaining conscious. This second way to enter a lucid dream can truly feel like you are leaving your body (you will even see your own body lying in bed at times!). Many people have this experience, either purposely or by accident, and believe they are having an out of body experience. So, yes, you CAN have the experience of leaving your body by learning to lucid dream : ) Instead of exploring the "astral realm" however, you will be exploring the world inside of your own mind! 🌍

      Conner LeeConner Lee5 dögum síðan
    • @Lucid Dream Portal u should count ur fingers then😂

      John DJohn D5 dögum síðan
  • One time I had a regular dream where my dream self thought I was lucid dreaming. I tried to fly and suddenly it felt like I went on a drug trip

    Ben StiegerBen Stieger18 dögum síðan
  • I am always aware that I am dreaming and sometimes I control what to do next but I can't have 100% control of what is happening and what to do.

    Erisa DesuErisa Desu18 dögum síðan
    • Omg same!

      Sonwabile MdluliSonwabile Mdluli6 dögum síðan
  • I don’t need this I already lucid dream thx

    Robyn’s Cobra Kai EditsssRobyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss18 dögum síðan
    • @ילד טוב ירושלים I just put it to see who else could lucid dream

      Robyn’s Cobra Kai EditsssRobyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss17 dögum síðan
    • @Robyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss still tho this video isnt specifically for you. Who are you telling that

      ילד טוב ירושליםילד טוב ירושלים18 dögum síðan
    • @ילד טוב ירושלים bc I thought it was a show COMMING out on Netflix but then realised when I clicked on it that it was litterly telling u how to

      Robyn’s Cobra Kai EditsssRobyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss18 dögum síðan
    • @Robyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss than why would you click it knowing what it is by the title just to comment that?

      ילד טוב ירושליםילד טוב ירושלים18 dögum síðan
    • @ילד טוב ירושלים a lesion on how to lucid dream bc I already can

      Robyn’s Cobra Kai EditsssRobyn’s Cobra Kai Editsss18 dögum síðan
  • And frequently have sleep paralysis is a strong indicator of having narcolepsy.

    JohnThomas BrumleyJohnThomas Brumley18 dögum síðan
    • Yeah HI

      Isayma DucosIsayma Ducos5 dögum síðan
  • Binaural sound system app using sound waves to influence brain waives works well.

    JohnThomas BrumleyJohnThomas Brumley18 dögum síðan
    • Yes I did that once and experience sleep paralysis. That was not pleasant

      Vanessa RoperVanessa Roper16 dögum síðan
  • Has anyone lucid dreamed what did you do to do it?

    Raz The LexiosRaz The Lexios19 dögum síðan
    • @Jona Keci how did you lucid dream though what did you do to lucid dream?

      Raz The LexiosRaz The Lexios12 dögum síðan
    • I had two really powerful lucid dreams that I remember to this day, one was like I was falling down of a building and then I remembered it's a dream and I started to fly, such an amazing feeling, but since then it hasn't really happened anymore 🥺

      Jona KeciJona Keci12 dögum síðan
    • @Paprika Ghoul yup, know I'm wondering if it's really a lucid dream or some form of consciousness because once I'm aware I'm dreaming I wake up or can wake myself up if its bad but I can't really control it or what happens 🤔

      LTETobagoLTETobago13 dögum síðan
    • You realise it’s a lucid dream when you are in it. Once I had lucid dream about my friends deceased dad he was in my garden and wearing a suit 🤷‍♀️ he told me to tell his daughter not to go on a boat. I told her what he said and that summer holiday that she went on she did have an opportunity to go on a boat however she didn’t go. Nothing happened with this boat thankfully so I’ve no idea why I received that message from him

      tasiawful1tasiawful117 dögum síðan
    • @Marlow Brandon i wish to try the alarm mathod yet i cant wake my family up so i try anything else. Last night i tried repeating a mantra. And i actually remeber a bit of my dream which is progress. Im excited i started my dream journal

      ילד טוב ירושליםילד טוב ירושלים17 dögum síðan
  • It is hard to lucid dream for me, I sometimes try it but once my brain is aware that I am dreaming, that full consciousness starts to kick in and it would break my sleep instantly. But another thing though, is I don't know if you call it lucid dreaming but once sleep paralysis visits me while I am sleeping, I can actually control my half-dreaming and half awaken brain and body to force myself to fully wake up. It is creepy to tell but my sleep paralysis gives me this consistent way of nightmarish attack. It always starts with me being half awake and half asleep and literally stuck and unable to move my body. It starts with me having goosebumps all over my neck down to my back, and then this sort of dark shadow would start to breathe whisper in my ears without words just gentle creepy whisper. Then once it happens, I already know that I have to hold my breath deeply and start to forcefully move my body and open my eyes to awake myself. That is my way of escaping the paralysis and it never fails me to awaken myself that way. I am always scared not to force myself to wake up. I always think that if I will not escape the nightmare, the breather shadow will take over my body and it can kill me for good like those people who would die while sleeping. That whispering shadow has always been my visitor every time I undergo sleep paralysis for years now. Scary but seems normal to me every time it happens. Good thing, I am already a champion in fighting my own paralysis.

    VC's Art ForceVC's Art Force19 dögum síðan
    • If you ever want to see different techniques in order for lucidity, I have videos on this channel all about lucid dreams :)

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • @Mamie Lee' Yes. It is scary to go back to sleep.

      VC's Art ForceVC's Art Force10 dögum síðan
    • Good for u! I had it once long ago I finally awaken and was so afraid to go back to sleep.

      Mamie Lee'Mamie Lee'10 dögum síðan
    • @TunaKing Yeah. I agree

      VC's Art ForceVC's Art Force18 dögum síðan
    • Yeah waking up once you've realised you're in a dream is very common. It takes a lot of practice or experience to stop it from happening. I've only had a few lucid dreams and like you in most cases I've woken up very quickly but the times where you can spend more than a few seconds with full control over your environment is amazing.

      TunaKingTunaKing18 dögum síðan
  • Watch out you can develop sleep paralysis, also if you havent watched inception watch that movie ;)

    martijnvkkmartijnvkk19 dögum síðan
    • I made a video explaining how to turn sleep paralysis into a lucid dream :) Still scary as shit when it happens though ha!

      Just A Guy From GlasgowJust A Guy From Glasgow6 dögum síðan
    • I use to do this alot when I was younger. It normally happened when I was sleeping in a weird position

      Britt DBritt D7 dögum síðan
    • I know sleep paralysis can be quite scary, but it's also actually an incredible tool for inducing lucid dreams if you let go of the fear! 🙂

      zeppelinbaby666zeppelinbaby6667 dögum síðan
    • U have sleep paralysis every night before bed 🤣 quit spreading fear for no reason .

      Vr Fitness and GamingVr Fitness and Gaming13 dögum síðan
    • Sleep Paralysis doesn't scare me anymore. I no longer sense a "presence" or anything. Some people say it's an OBE trying to happen

      Troy EvittTroy Evitt15 dögum síðan
  • i have lucid dreams quite regularly, but when I realise Im dreaming I wake up. My brain will go "this is obviously a dream and not real so might as well wake up". Anyone have any tips how to keep sleeping once you realise youre dreaming and asleep?

    NF '94NF '9419 dögum síðan
    • @johnnywhiteshoe i also agree with the trying not to fly when becoming lucid as ive become lucid many times in my dreams now and the first instinctive thing i will do is jump way up in the air and it mostly seems to immediately wake me up, so will be trying some statements to keep me grounded in them in the future..

      PaulDennerzPaulDennerz3 klukkustundum síðan
    • Same

      Big BearBig Bear19 klukkustundum síðan
    • When I am in a lucid dream and feel myself detaching from the dream/waking up, I like to spin really fast in my dream and it goes back to normal lucid dreaming

    • Had this exact problem, try to breath deep and relax

      DonDon4 dögum síðan
    • You must be a lucid dreaming god if you have lucid dreams regularly. From what I've seen, experienced and read, it is very difficult to do even for someone doing it for years. From what I've seen, it is a skill that requires A LOT of time and effort. Would you agree @lLucidDreamPortal

      IAmRulyIAmRuly5 dögum síðan
  • Frederik van Eeden did not put in all that work for you to mispronounce his name like that damn... English people really need to realise just because other languages use the alphabet as well doesn't mean you pronounce the letters the same way..

    NF '94NF '9419 dögum síðan
  • 49th to like i think🤔

    Brandon VarteBrandon Varte19 dögum síðan

    • @Ariel 𐀔𐀳𐀩𐀳𐀂𐀊ᚱᛖᚨᛚᛁᛏᚤ ᚴᚾᛖᛖᛚᛋ ᛒᛖᚠᛟᚱᛖ ᛗᛖ lol yes please not

      Dany RoseDany Rose10 dögum síðan
    • Keep it down I don't want netflix making a shitty series about shifting

      Ariel 𐀔𐀳𐀩𐀳𐀂𐀊ᚱᛖᚨᛚᛁᛏᚤ ᚴᚾᛖᛖᛚᛋ ᛒᛖᚠᛟᚱᛖ ᛗᛖAriel 𐀔𐀳𐀩𐀳𐀂𐀊ᚱᛖᚨᛚᛁᛏᚤ ᚴᚾᛖᛖᛚᛋ ᛒᛖᚠᛟᚱᛖ ᛗᛖ19 dögum síðan
  • Wait the term 'lucid dream' wasn't created by juice wrld my whole life has been a lie💔😂😂😂😂😂

    Tai MartinezTai Martinez19 dögum síðan
    • Lmaooo!! Idk why I was waiting for her to say it was created by juice wrld 🤣

      Kacie TompkinsKacie Tompkins14 dögum síðan
    • 🤣🤣🤣 fuuuunnny!

      T. T.T. T.15 dögum síðan
    • Lmfao😂

      martijnvkkmartijnvkk19 dögum síðan
    • Lol

      StrEquationStrEquation19 dögum síðan
  • 👽 Am i actually dreaming?? 🤔...

    Joel JoyJoel Joy19 dögum síðan
    • @Paul B btw where are you from? If I may ask😅

      Yash JainYash Jain12 dögum síðan
    • @Paul Bnot yet actually😅😅

      Yash JainYash Jain13 dögum síðan
    • @Yash Jain How are you getting on - have you found anything interesting that resonates with you?

      Paul BPaul B14 dögum síðan
    • @Paul B thanku... That was very kind😊

      Yash JainYash Jain19 dögum síðan
    • @Yash Jain You're welcome. Good luck on your journey, may an interesting story be yours.

      Paul BPaul B19 dögum síðan
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    Neo PcsNeo Pcs19 dögum síðan