Every person must have experienced a dream, a dream including the natural state of a person experiencing a subconscious events. The dream seen as stimulation of the brain when people are sleeping and dreaming mind if people will carry over when he was in reality.
Studying your dreams can teach you many things about yourself. The state of dreaming can arguably be viewed as the ultimate form of meditation.
Dreams bring your subconscious mind to the forefront, and can convey information about your health, relationships, and other matters. For example, they may offer symbolic images that tell you about biological processes going on inside your body, and what you need to do to stay healthy.
Lucid Dreaming is consciously being aware within your dream.
When you are dreaming and you become conscious that you are dreaming you can start to control your dreams. It can be an exhilarating experience, and the feeling of euphoria after your first few lucid dreams can last for days.
1. Remember your ordinary dreams.
To start remembering your dreams try this simple technique -- each night before drifting off to sleep, repeat the phrase 'I will remember my dreams as soon as I wake up'. Say this phrase over and over until you fall asleep, after a few days you will start to remember your ordinary dreams.
2. Keep a dream journal
Even writing a few short sentences about your dream is enough. This will get you into the habit of remembering your ordinary dreams and to start looking for dream signs within your dreams.
3. Pick out dream signs
A lot of your ordinary dreams will have objects or people in them that could act as a cue to you waking up in your dreams.
4. Notice your waking world
To be conscious in your dream world means you have to be conscious in your waking world. Being consciously focused means looking around you and saying what you see,feel,hear,smell and touch and voicing it. If you start to consciously focus on the world around you, you will carry this over into the dream world.
5. Ask yourself; 'Am I dreaming?'
Ask yourself just now 'Am I dreaming?'. Your obvious answer is to say no, of course you are not dreaming. How do you know? Try and think about why you know you are not dreaming. This again will carry over into your dreaming world and you will start asking the same questions in your dreams.
6. Your first lucid dream
many people have their first lucid dream simply by reading about it. You might find that you become over-excited and lose the lucid dream. However, your first lucid dream will be remembered for years to come.