LUCID DREAMING LITERATURE
Excerpts from NightLight
Research Articles and Abstracts
EXPERIMENTS IN LUCID DREAMING
Comparing Lucid and Non-Lucid Dream Content. Some scientists seem to assume that lucid dreams are “too different” from non-lucid dreams to use lucid dreamers to study, for example, mind-body relationships during REM sleep. With an aim towards understanding the extent to which lucid dreams differ from non-lucid dreams in other ways than (obviously) whether or not the dreamer knows it is a dream at the time, we have designed the following simple study. In short, we are asking for four dream reports via email; Two of these reports should be lucid dreams, and two should be non-lucid dreams.
The Best Sleep Posture for Lucid Dreaming: A Revised Experiment Testing a Method of Tibetan Dream Yoga. An experiment investigating sleep posture and nasal laterality (an ancient Yogic technique for influencing states of mind), combined with the extraordinarily powerful napping technique of inducing lucid dreams.
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Bedar, the Watchman, caught Nasrudin prising open the window of his own bedroom from the outside, in the depths of night.
What are you doing, Mulla? Locked out?
Hush! They say I walk in my sleep. I am trying to surprise myself and find out.
Nasrudin is a mirror in which you see yourself. Want to see more?