Lucid dreams are a fascinating topic. It has been vastly popularized by the 2010 Inception movie by Christopher Nolan and is a very real phenomena. Lucid dreams can be very vivid and realistic, to the extent that some lucid dreamers describe those experiences as being more real than waking life.There are some controversies around lucid dreaming. Some people claim that lucid dreaming is not real, and that it is just a form of dreaming. However, there is scientific evidence that lucid dreaming is a real phenomenon. Other people claim that lucid dreaming is dangerous, and that it can lead to sleep paralysis. However, there is no evidence to support this claim. Lucid dreaming is generally considered to be safe.
There are a few things that you can do to increase your chances of having a lucid dream. First, you need to keep a dream journal. This will help you to become familiar with your dreams and will also help you to notice patterns in your dreaming. Second, you need to practise reality testing. This means that you need to question your reality often, to see if you are actually dreaming. For example, you can look at your hands and count your fingers. In a dream, your fingers might change number or shape. Third, you need to get into the habit of doing reality checks often. This means that you need to question your reality often, to see if you are actually dreaming. For example, you can look at your hands and count your fingers. You can read more on all those different lucid dreaming techniques in our dedicated blog post.