Lucid Dreaming Masks

 Alex (@brainnectar) 8 years, 9 months ago

I was wondering if anyone has tried any of these products that induce lucid dreaming by flashing small lights into a night masks. These are usually pretty expensive, but I discovered the Remee masks that runs around 90$. I understand that the lights are incorporated into your dream, but does it ever interfere with the quality of your dreams? And, would this be a good tool to be able to consistently become more lucid at night after not using the mask?

Here’s the product that I’m considering purchasing http://sleepwithremee.com/

January 5, 2013 at 3:57 pm
Joey (29) (@hallucinate) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@brainnectar, Have you tried other methods? Ones that don’t cost 90 dollars? I honestly don’t think it would be worth the investment.

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Hermes (474) (@seeker88) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

you dont need any left brain technology to lucid dream. Get a dream journal. record your dreams daily. start to do dream ‘check up’s’. Periodically check throughout the day for example every 15 minutes that you are not dreaming. sounds crazy but it works. set an alarm to just let you know and do a check up (make sure your really awake= turn lights on or off, look at your hands and count your fingers every time, or just jump real quick). The last one, jumping, i use and it actually carries over into my dream (out of habit if you do something repetitively throughout the day you might do it in your dream, it will help you gain lucidity, realize your in a dream). Just writing down your dreams every morning and performing dream recall, you’ll be able to start remembering more and more what you dram and might become lucid.

I WOULD SUGGEST TO ANYONE AND EVERYONE TO WATCH THE MOVIE “””WAKING LIFE”””” ITS ALL ABOUT LUCID DREAMING, AND A KID THAT KEEPS GOING THRU FALSE AWAKENINGS, VERY ENLIGHTENING.

however i would be curious to try it if a friend of mine had it. but i wouldnt pay 90 id pay maybe as much as a nice dream journal would cost, tops $10 bucks. You have the capability to naturally lucid dream and much more without any external help. ;)

~”Man of Earth,
How little you know,
Of your Real selves”~

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Hermes (474) (@seeker88) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

oh yea i forgot to mention that the cool part about my method. the jumping occasionally thru the day to do a check if im really awake or asleep. Now when i end up doing it in my dream though, i don’t go back down to the floor! and this is how i know I’m in a dream and become lucid. see in real life you think and command your body JUMP and it does it. But you never have to process or tell your body, go back down, because gravity automatically does that for you. Certain laws like gravity do not exist in the dream/astral world. Same thing with the light switch. Wont work in a dream. For me it turns on but it wont turn back off, lets me know im dreaming.

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Joey (29) (@hallucinate) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

For me, it’s the opposite. I can turn lights off, but not on. Regardless, I know immediately that I’m dreaming.

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Ben Jammin’ (1) (@auburnguy32) 6 years, 6 months ago ago

Waking Life is an excellent movie, one of my favorites. I’m going to make a boat car someday, Couldn’t find the actual clip, but https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrIwKgDKivs

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