4 Lucid Dreaming Techniques for Beginners and Experts

Lucid Dreaming Techniques

My brother Alex and I were once watching a professional tennis match on TV and I was thinking to myself, “I’ll bet I could be a professional tennis player”. So we went and borrowed some rackets and bought some balls and headed to the tennis court. What then ensued was later described by a passerby as “the worst display of athletic prowess I’ve ever seen” or as another family member described it, “a loser’s duel”. It turns out, tennis is hard. It looked so easy on TV. How could we be so bad at it?

For many people, lucid dreaming has been kind of like that. Not that you can watch people lucid dreaming on TV, like tennis (that probably wouldn’t be very entertaining to watch), but because you may have heard someone talk about an amazing lucid dream experience that they “effortlessly” had; or maybe you watched Leonardo DiCaprio have a dream inside a dream in “Inception” and create a whole world in his mind and it just seemed really easy. Well, it turns out, lucid dreaming can be hard.

Luckily, lucid dreaming is way easier than tennis (I now have lucid dreams regularly and I still suck at tennis even though I have put more time into practicing tennis than into lucid dreaming) and with proper technique and a little help, you can have a lucid dream tonight. Here’s how:

Lucid Dreaming Technique #1 – WBTB (Wake Back To Bed)

This is one of my favorite techniques for achieving lucidity. WBTB involves the dreamer waking up in the night, ideally after 4-5 hours of sleep and then staying awake for a few minutes before going back to bed. As you are laying in bed, you want to think about the thing that you want to dream about as you drift off to sleep. This technique takes advantage of your sleep cycle to help in having a lucid dream and can be very effective. The benefits of WBTB can be dramatically enhanced by taking the right lucid dream supplements.

Lucid Dreaming Technique #2 – MILD (Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams)

This involves waking up from a dream, visualizing yourself back in the same dream, seeing yourself become lucid, and choosing how you would like to continue the dream. Dr Stephen LaBerge, the famous lucid dream researcher, claims that using this technique, he was able to have lucid dreams on any night he wished. I, personally, have had a lot of success with this technique combined with WBTB and some good supplements.

Lucid Dreaming Technique #3 – Sleep masks

Several companies offer sleep masks that the user wears while sleeping that can flash lights in specific patterns and makes set sounds so that the wearer can recognize that they are sleeping and become lucid. These masks can be very effective and are worth giving a try.

Lucid Dreaming Technique #4 – Dietary supplements – the smart way to lucid dream

Take a look at the two pictures below. The man on the left is an early bodybuilder from over 50 years ago and the man on the right is the winner of the 1983 Mr Olympia competition (I could have found a more impressive physical specimen but this guy’s mustache was just too good to pass up). What do you think caused such a drastic difference in the results of these two professional body builders? Harder work? Maybe. Better work out equipment? Possibly. Would it surprise you to learn that the use of natural supplements (not steroids) has revolutionized the sport of body building today? Well guess what – natural supplements have also revolutionized lucid dreaming.

Today, researchers have figured out enough about the brain chemistry involved in dreaming that we are able to drastically enhance the dream experience in a way that is safe and even beneficial to our brains. Dream Leaf is a dietary supplement that has put all of this research into a single bottle making it easier than ever to have incredibly vivid and lucid dreams that are easy to remember. I’m not talking about psychedelics, which are obviously harmful to your body and brain. Dream Leaf uses herbs, vitamins, minerals and amino acids that can be found at any health food store.

Using dietary supplements for dreaming is all about taking the right thing in the right dose at the right time. That is exactly what Dream Leaf does. Dream Leaf is a tremendous breakthrough in lucid dreaming but while it will drastically enhance your overall dream experience and dream recall, and make it significantly easier to become lucid, it will not force you to have a lucid dream.

Ready to give it a shot? Try Dream Leaf – the lucid dreaming supplement today

Nootropics for Lucid Dream Induction

Dream supplements may at first sound like a strange concept but actually they are a part of an emerging nutrition science known as nootropics.

What are nootropics?

Nootropics are substances that enhance the functioning of the human brain, in particular the functions related to memory, motivation, and attention, all of which can affect general intelligence. Nootropics can include classic vitamins as well as enzymes, herbs and plant extracts synthesized from these extracts, and even animal products.

Undeniably, the most famous nootropic is the stimulant caffeine, naturally occurring in coffee, tea and cocoa, and injected mercilessly into a stunning array of beverages and over-the-counter medications. It’s easy to overdo it, but in fact recent studies have suggested that caffeine improves focus and memory in the short term, and may improve memory and general mental performance in the long term.

Just as caffeine—in moderation—is good for the waking brain, certain herbs and supplements are good for the sleeping brain. After all, sleeping is hard work; contrary to popular belief the brain during sleep is not resting but can be more active than it is in waking life, especially in REM sleep.

Enter the Dream

And that’s where sleep and dream supplements come in. Some supplements, such as melatonin and 5HTP, aid in falling asleep and can even reduce awakenings. Others, such as the B vitamins, appear to directly promote the bizarre and creative attributes of dreams. Some of these effects are understood more than others, and the research really beginning to take off after years of stagnation.

A holistic approach to dream studies has to include these benefits, as dreaming is the product of a healthy mind and body. After all, we are not just brains in jars.

That said, supplements alone are not a healthy way to promote sleep and enhance your dreamlife. No dream pill will do the work for you—particularly if you are interested in lucid dreaming and some of the more advanced topics in dream studies, such as out-of-body experiences and mystical experiences. Daily activities, motivation, and physical health are crucial to a healthy dream life.

For example, many people assume that the best way to train or “work out” the brain is solely through mental exercises, such as the newspaper crossword puzzle. However, the greatest boost to brain health is cardiovascular exercise. Take a look at the brain scan image below of what a 20 minute walk does to brain activity.

Setting the Space

Integrated with a healthy diet (especially full of leafy greens high in the B vitamins), a regular physical practice, and targeted cognitive techniques, dream supplements can provide a welcome boost to dream power.

This requires some preparation and a strong motivation to go deeper into the dreamworld. That’s simply why popping a dream pill after zoning out from a Netflix horror movie marathon won’t do the trick.

When done with focus, the ritual of taking dream supplements creates a strong behavioral signal that we are entering an intentional space where we are invited to slow down, focus, and rather than check out, we check in.

Dream supplements are no placebo, however. Dream supplements enhance the brain’s functioning while you sleep regardless. The evidence for 5HTP, for example, strongly suggests that, in small doses and taken at the right time, can promote NREM sleep in the first part of the night, and indirectly lead to consolidated REM (dreaming) sleep in the morning. However, when intentionality and motivation is added to the sleep-optimized brain, a strong platform for intentional dreaming is created.

Although the science behind nootropics is brand new and sorely in need of more research, dream supplements are clearly beneficial when integrated with other practices that support mindful living. Don’t go to bed to fall sleep, but to wake up to your full potential.

How to Start Lucid Dreaming in 24 Hours

Are you ready to start lucid dreaming? Here are some tips to help you have a lucid dream within the next 24 hours.

While herbal/ dietary lucid dreaming supplements will open the door to your lucid dreams, you still need to step inside. The following pointers can greatly enhance your lucid dreaming experience. I feel confident when I say that you can start lucid dreaming in 24 hours if you use the Dream Leaf formula, and consider these additional insights.

First off…

Here are a few things you want to AVOID to enhance your lucid dreaming experience:

-Don’t watch TV before bed, or even throughout the day

-Don’t look at LCD screens before bed (this has a very negative impact on your REM cycle and weakens your conscious awareness during dream sleep.)

-Don’t drink caffeine throughout the day

-Avoid any alcohol and marijuana use

-Avoid all narcotics in general

A few things you can DO to greatly enhance your lucid dreaming experience:

-Take the right nutritional supplements (It’s usually best to take supplements, such as Dream Leaf on a fairly but not totally empty stomach)

-Read throughout the day, and especially right before you go to bed

-Do occasional reality checks throughout the day. Remind yourself (as ridiculous as it may sound) to consider whether you could possibly be dreaming or not. This trains your mind to occasionally ask this question on impulse.

-Think about your dreams through out the day and try to remember some of your past dreams in as much detail as possible

-Record last night’s dreams in a dream journal in as much detail as possible

-Perhaps most importantly, decide that you want to lucid dream early on in the day, and then be sure to remake this decision right before you go to bed. Don’t psych yourself out or anything, or else you won’t be able to fall asleep, but definitely help yourself realize that tonight is the night you’re going to have a lucid dream.

The Supplement Formula for Lucid Dreaming:

There are all kinds of different lucid dreaming techniques that work fairly well, but for the purpose of this blog post (to help you lucid dream in the next 24 hours) we are focusing on the most effective approaches to lucid dreaming, which is through herbal supplements. Here are the exact details that you will need in order to start having lucid dreams right away:

The 2 best herbs to take at night are 5HTP and Mugwort – right before going to bed. These promote restful deep sleep, and cause accelerated REM sleep later in the night. They also help provide you with longer, more vivid, and more creative dreams.

The 3 best herbs to take in the middle of your sleep cycle (after 4 hours of sleep) are Choline Bitartrate, Huperzine A, and DHEA. Collectively, these will slow the breakdown of acetylcholine, fuel memory-boosting neurotransmitters, and promote higher levels of consciousness and control during your dreams.

Dream Leaf combines these ingredients specifically for people who want to start lucid dreaming the smart way. It is composed of a blue pill and a red pill, which colors have been used to symbolize the concept of illusion (blue) and reality (red).

The blue pill, taken at bedtime, combines the optimal amounts of 5HTP and Mugwort to promote deep sleep, vivid dreaming, and the REM rebound effect.

The red pill, taken after 4 hours of sleep, combines Huperzine A, Choline Bitartrate, and DHEA. It promotes memory, consciousness, focus, dream recall, and dream control.

Together, these two pills will show you how to start lucid dreaming in 24 hours.

To learn more, visit luciddreamleaf.com

Thank you!

10 Awesome Things to Try in Your Lucid Dreams

Lucid dreams are an amazing tool and can be a lot of fun. But are you really harnessing the true
power of lucid dreams? We spend a lot of time talking about the benefits of lucid dreaming. But sometimes it is a good idea to experiment. If you are looking to have a little more fun in your dreams, this
is the list for you.

Here are ten amazing things you should try next time you are in a lucid dream!

1. Meet the People You’ve Always Wanted to Know

In a lucid dream, you have a unique opportunity to make things happen. So take your next lucid dream
as a chance to meet a celebrity, or a super hero.

This can be a fun chance to imagine and experience an amazing meeting.

2.Get Ready for Your Job Interview

Finding a new job can be stressful, but in a lucid dream you can become an expert at acing

Ask yourself the hard questions and come up with unique answers. Then you’ll be more prepared than
ever to get your dream job (no pun intended).

3. Become a Magician (or Even a Wizard)

In dreams, anything is possible! So if you have been dying to go to Hogwarts, let your lucid dreams
take you there!

Whether you want to hang out with Hermione and the gang or join up with the Slytherins, now is your

4. Practice Your Favorite Sport

Practice is a lot more fun when it won’t wear you out. So take your next lucid dream as a chance to
really hone your sports skills.

From swim strokes to tennis serves, your lucid dreams can be the key to becoming an expert. This
will only work if you are familiar with correct form though, so do your research while you’re awake!

5. Relive A Favorite Memory

Have you ever wished you could go back to your last Disneyland vacation? Now is your chance! Hit up
your favorite memories on your lucid dreaming adventure!

6. Mess Around with Time

In waking life, time is always moving too slowly or too quickly. When you lucid dream, you can change
the course of time to make it move at a pace you enjoy.

Try it next time you dream, and see what you can accomplish in a few hours of sleep.

7. Be Someone Else

It isn’t easy to change your identity, but in a dream you can be anyone you want. In your next dream
try being your best friend, batman, or even an animal.

8. Make a Dream Friend

This dream technique can make your dreams more fun and improve your social skills. Take your dream
experience to become more confident and comfortable making friends.

These skills can transfer over to waking life. So you may make a new waking friend as well!

9. Work Through Confusing Waking Experiences

If something troubling happened recently, use your lucid dream to overcome it. Sometimes all it takes
is a little time. Use your dream to give yourself more.

10. Try Something You’re Afraid of

In your dreams, you can face your fears without the risk. Take a lucid dream as an opportunity to move
beyond your greatest fears.

Keep following the DreamLeaf blog to learn more about lucid dreaming, and comment on your lucid
dream adventures!

5 Foods That Cause Dreaming and Improve REM Sleep

If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably noticed that a sugar binge before bed usually makes for some pretty wild dreams. As fun as those dreams might have been, though, sugar highs aren’t super conducive to a night of restful sleep. The good news is that dreaming and a healthy night’s sleep are not mutually exclusive! There are plenty of foods that can give you the best of both worlds, leading you into a steady sleep cycle while promoting vivid and memorable dreams.

I should state here that serious sleep problems like chronic insomnia should be treated with a heavier hand, but if you’re looking to sleep a little deeper and dream a little better, these everyday foods might give you that little extra nudge!


You’ve probably been told a few times to eat a banana when you have sore muscles or after a workout, but have you ever been told to eat a banana before bed? Bananas are a great source of both magnesium and potassium, which help to relax your muscles and regulate your heartbeat, both integral steps in the process of falling asleep.

Bananas have been linked to dreaming by many different people, and the reason for that seems to boil down to serotonin. Serotonin plays a role in helping the brain remain somewhat alert during the REM stage of the sleep cycle, which leads to greater dream intensity and recall. Bananas contain the B6 vitamin, which converts tryptophan into serotonin.


In addition to being great for pit-spitting competitions in the summers (…just my family? no?), cherries are actually a decent source of melatonin, a sleep hormone that occurs naturally in our brain chemistry. Contrary to popular belief, melatonin does not induce sleep. What it does do is help to regulate the circadian rhythm (sleep cycle) by signaling the body to start shutting down when it’s dark outside and to wake up when it’s light again. Serious sleep problems are typically not caused by melatonin deficiencies, but eating foods rich in the hormone before bed on a regular basis can help to get the cycle back on track.

One of melatonin’s other jobs is to regulate serotonin levels, so it helps to make sure that everything in your brain chemistry is working as it should to bring about a great dreaming experience.


Like bananas, almonds contain magnesium, which has been shown to combat both insomnia and restless leg syndrome. They also contain tryptophan, that all-important precursor to the serotonin that makes our dreams bright and exciting!


These babies are full of our good friend melatonin, and the complex carbohydrates in oats (as well as other grains) cause a spike in insulin, which tends to cause drowsiness. This insulin-induced energy crash is also what causes your holiday food comas, incidentally. By eating more oats you will find that your sleep quality is improved in general, but especially your REM stage.


This one may sound like a mythical herb straight out of Game of Thrones, but it’s actually a common flowering plant that is widely available as a tea as well as an herbal supplement. Valerian has been used for generations for its sedative properties, both to promote sleep and to treat anxiety.

This one doesn’t have any apparent relationship to dreaming, but pair it with any of the above and you’re ready to go.

A cup of tea and a bowl of warm oatmeal with a few sliced cherries, bananas, and almonds sounds a lot like breakfast, but science and experience tell us that this balanced breakfast as an evening snack might actually lead to a great night’s sleep and some memorable dreams. Give it a shot and let me know how it goes!

Elevating Spirituality Through Dreams

Every night as we leave our waking selves and enter the realm of sleep, we come closer to a second life, a life as a dreamer. Throughout history dreams have been closely tied to spirituality across religious lines.

From bible stories to eastern religious practices, dreams have held a close tie to religious practice and spirituality throughout most of recorded history.

Whether you are strictly religious or simply trying to find further spiritual satisfaction in your personal life, your dreams can be a catalyst for spiritual growth.

Before you can reap the spiritual benefits of your dreams though, there are a few things you must do. Here are some meaningful ways to access your dreams to find greater spirituality.

Find a Way to Remember

Our dreams hold great potential, but if we simply forget them as soon as we wake up, we cannot grasp their healing spiritual powers. One of the most effective ways to gain further spirituality through your dreams is to find a way to remember them.

For many people, a dream journal can be the key to remembering dreams, a dreaming supplement like Dreamleaf can also be a great tool to remember dreams and even make dreams more vivid.

If you are looking to improve your memory of dreams and increase your spirituality, it is important that you find a way that works for you.

Look for Insight in Your Dreams

Because your dreams come from your unconscious, the insight you look for is the insight you will find. If you approach your dreams from a spiritual perspective, your dreams will open up with a fruitful spiritual interpretation.

As both the dreamer and interpreter, you have an amazing opportunity to focus in on the spiritual aspects of your dreams and find greater meaning within them.

While dream interpretation dictionaries have gained popularity in modern days, you are much more capable of interpreting your own dreams. Because you have a unique capacity to contextualize the elements of your dreams, you are much more likely to find a cohesive interpretation for your dreams and to tap into your personal spirituality.

Realize the Reality of Your Dreams

Though we often like to separate our dreams from reality, this can actually be counterproductive to discovering the spiritual meaning of your dreams. If you approach your dreams as something real that you can learn and grow from then you will be much more able to harness their power.

Instead of looking at your dreams as purely figments of your imagination, try to think of them as windows into your inner self. With this perspective you will be more prepared to rely on your dreams as a means to spiritual growth.

The way you choose to perceive your dreams has a huge effect on the power your dreams will hold in your life. The power you give them is the power they will hold.

Ask Before You Sleep

If you want to gain greater power from your dream, asking for spiritual growth before you sleep can be extremely helpful. Instead of simply sleeping to recover from your days work, go to sleep with an intention.

Before you fall asleep set an intention for the night. You can set a goal for spiritual growth, ask for guidance, or simply ask for peace or understanding. Through this intention setting, you will be able to gain further control of the direction of your dreams before you fall asleep.

Your question or intention can be spoken out loud, thought, or written down, whatever you feel most comfortable with. Your dreams are yours, and that means the choice is up to you.

Harnessing Your Dreams for Greater Spirituality

With the tools listed above, you should be much more prepared to use your dreams to improve your spirituality.

Your dreams offer you a great insight into your consciousness and your unconscious, and this can be the key to your spirituality. If learning more about yourself and the parts of yourself that you do not often see is important to you, then your dreams are the key to finding those truths.

Now is the time to start paying close attention to your dreams and tapping into their spiritual power.

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Dream Leaf is an natural dietary supplement that promotes dreaming, and more particularly – lucid dreaming.

The role of lucid dreaming supplements

Over years of research and experimenting, I’ve learned that lucid dreaming supplements are the smartest way to lucid dream… and here’s why.

Diet and consciousness:

Diet and consciousness are connected, just like consciousness and lucid dreaming are connected. This may sound like a bold claim to some, but if you think about it, it makes perfect sense.

Our brains require certain nutrients in order to function properly. It has even been proven that variations in our diets, such as taking certain vitamins and other nutritional supplements, can greatly improve our mental state, including memory and focus during waking hours.

If nutritional supplements can improve mental function when we’re awake, why couldn’t they do the same thing when we’re asleep?

Consciousness and memory:

Interestingly, consciousness is deeply connected to memory and focus; in fact, consciousness is a cognitive function itself within the human brain. A large part of the reason we lose access to our conscious mind while we are dreaming is because we FORGET that we are only imagining things. Unconscious dreaming is greatly connected to our loss of memory, which will be explained in more detail later on. Because natural supplements can help improve memory and focus, the right supplementation at the right time leads to lucid dreams you can control and remember.

Longer dreams:

But perhaps one of the best things about using lucid dreaming supplements for lucid dreaming is that they can make your lucid dreams incredibly long too, allowing you to have more exceptional dream experiences. Instead of your dreams feeling like a fragile bubble that could pop at the slightest spike in consciousness, with the right lucid dreaming supplements your lucid dreams become much more durable, more like a rugby ball than a bubble.

Dream Leaf:

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5 Things Every Avid Lucid Dreamer Knows

Lucid dreaming comes easy to some but for most people, it is a learned behavior. Here are 5 things every avid lucid dreamer knows.

1. Lucid dreaming is all about practice

This may come as a surprise, but like most things that are rewarding, lucid dreaming requires some practice. Very few people are able to lucid dream regularly without a lot of practice – so don’t give up if you don’t have a lucid dream the first time you try. Take some time to learn how to lucid dream and then work at it for a little bit. Believe me, it is more than worth the effort.

2. Learning lucid dreaming techniques helps…a lot

Before the internet, lucid dreaming was much more difficult to do because information on lucid dreaming techniques was hard to come by. In the last 30 years or so, a lot or research has been done on lucid dreaming. Lucid dreaming is no longer as mysterious as it once was and, because of the internet, it is easier than ever to find and share information on how to do it. So, rather than trying to reinvent the wheel, you may want to first find out what techniques have already been proven to work.

3. Nothing works 100% of the time

So don’t get discouraged if you try something once and it doesn’t work. If something doesn’t work the first time, it doesn’t mean that it never will. Remember #1 on this list…practice!

4. Lucid dreaming is absolutely amazing

Lucid dreaming is more amazing than you think it is. In fact, in terms of the uniqueness of the experience, the creativity, excitement, and sheer wonder, there are few things in life that can compare. Our level of creativity is so exceptionally high while we dream that we are often inspired, afraid, or in some way dramatically affected by our dreams. Being able to recall with perfect clarity (yes, this is possible) and even fully control these dreams can open a whole new world of possibilities.

5. Lucid dream supplements work

Yes, they do work – and there is a lot of research that has been done that proves it. For centuries, people have noticed that certain herbs, foods, and nutrients will impact dreams in unique ways but they didn’t really understand why or how they work. Now, scientists have learned enough about the brain chemistry involved in lucid dreaming to be able to understand how and why these herbs affect dreams and how to use them synergistically to dramatically enhance to lucid dream experience and dream recall.

To learn more about how Dream Leaf works, take a look at our How It Works page. Happy dreaming!

Dream Interpretation 101: How to Interpret Your Dreams

The most consistent element of dream interpretation or analysis is that everyone will disagree. This applies to researchers and psychologists as well as the general public; if you describe your most recent dream to four different people and ask for their opinions, it’s very likely that you will get four wildly different interpretations.

That being said, there are a few common symbols in our dreams that have been mostly agreed to carry a particular significance, whether through psychological analysis or general public consensus. You could spend days combing through the myriad “dream dictionary” websites out there and figure out which symbols have any degree of consistency in their meanings, but it’s your lucky day! I’ve already done it for you!

So if any of these symbols have turned up in your dreams lately, here’s a quick run-down of what they probably mean:


If you dream that you are in a free-fall or falling from a high place, you’re probably feeling some loss of control or lack of support. This could apply to a job, a personal relationship, family life, or anything else that makes sense to you.

From a physiological standpoint, dreaming of falling can also be a reflection of your physical state at that time. Have you ever been half-asleep, within seconds of falling asleep completely, and then suddenly felt like you had missed a step going down the stairs or stepped into a deep hole you hadn’t noticed? When your body is preparing for sleep, it gradually disengages each of your muscles until you are completely relaxed. Often when this happens, your body feels totally unsupported (regardless of the bed underneath you), in free fall, and quickly tenses up either to stabilize or to brace for some kind of impact. (This is also known as a “myoclonic jerk”, which is a cool phrase you can throw around to sound smart.)


Dreams of nakedness are famously common. Dreaming that you are naked in front of a group of coworkers, friends, classmates, family, etc. most likely signifies a fear or a sense of being exposed. This coincidentally lines up well with the phrase “naked truth”; it might mean that you are hiding something that you are afraid will be uncovered.



Something is growing in your life; it could be a new idea or project, a new relationship, or something you’re thinking about starting. This typically has positive associations, as you might be excited or pleasantly anxious about this new element of your life.



As you might expect, the presence of a mirror deals with thoughts of how others see you or how you see yourself. There is no end of variations to this symbol, and the specificity of the interpretation depends mostly on what appears in the reflection. If you look into a mirror in a dream and see that you have no reflection, it could point to a struggle with personal identity. Because mirrors have a long mythological association with truth, you might see a reflection of your “true self” or “true nature”, whatever that means to you.


At the risk of getting a little risqué, sex dreams are so common that I just can’t leave them out. Like mirrors, the particulars of interpretation depend pretty heavily on the particulars of the dream. Generally speaking, these dreams say more about your personality than your sex drive. The two most important things to notice are 1) who the other person is, and 2) the nature of the sex. Both/either of these things will likely point out a quality that you either have noticed and enjoyed in yourself or feel that you would like to express more of. For example, if the sex was patient and gentle, you might be appreciating your own capacity for patience and gentleness, or you might feel that you need to practice more of those qualities in your daily life. If your partner in the dream is someone you have admired for their spontaneity and freedom, that might reflect a desire to become more like them. Conversely, it could simply reflect a base-level sexual desire, or it might point out a desire for a particular sexual relationship that you are not consciously aware of.

As a side note, many of these dreams and symbols can be taken literally as well. Falling could result from a fear of heights, pregnancy could appear in a dream while you are trying to get pregnant, and, of course, a sex dream might just be a sex dream.


is that dream interpretation is nowhere near an exact science. Many very intelligent and well-respected people have spent time studying the mystery of dreams, and most of them have come up with very different and conflicting ideas. What keeps us trying, though, is our own curiosity. If we can decode some of the clearer elements of our dreams, we may have a shot at gaining a better view of our subconscious mind and what our dreams are trying to tell us.

5 Lucid Dream Supplements And Herbs That Will Rock Your World

Lucid dreaming can be the driving force behind some amazing and memorable experiences. The downside is that it’s not the easiest thing to learn how to do. It takes practice, a little know-how, and even a little luck.

One thing that advanced lucid dreamers turn to is 
lucid dreaming supplements. Scientific research has successfully uncovered that by adding certain vitamins, minerals, and herbs to your diet, it can drastically increase your odds of having lucid dreams. Here is a list of the most effective ones that you will want to try. Keep in mind that these supplements need to be taken at the right time and in the correct dosage.

5 Amazing Herbal Supplements for Lucid Dreaming:

Huperzine-A – This is probably the most incredible lucid dream herb I’ve come across. Although this herb has been used for hundreds of years in Asia, it has only recently come to light here in the US as an aid for lucid dreaming. It functions as an acetylcholine esterase inhibitor and is extremely effective at helping you to remain in contact with your memory bank during dream sleep. Research has shown that the more memory you access while you dream, the more likely you will be to have lucid dreams.

DHEA This supplement makes your lucid dreams a lot more controllable by accelerating mental stimulation while in the dreamscape. DHEA also helps you fall back to sleep. This supplement can sometimes cause lucid dreams by itself, but it definitely works best when taken with choline and Huperzine-A.

Choline It is incredibly effective at aiding dream recall. A lucid dream doesn’t help you much if you can’t remember it, right? For this reason, choline is a must-have for lucid dream enthusiasts who are seeking to improve their dream recall, as well as raise conscious awareness while dreaming.

5-HTP It boosts your serotonin levels at night, causing your deep sleep cycles to be lengthened. This in turn accelerates your REM cycle (or dream sleep) later in the night. 5-HTP makes your lucid dreams very vivid and highly conscious. Although it will rarely cause lucid dreams by itself, if combined with some of these other herbs (particularly Mugwort) it can take your dreams to a whole new level.

Mugwort This is one of my favorite dream herbs. It works amazing when taken with 5-HTP. In fact, people can often have lucid dreams when taking these two supplements together when going to bed. Many people find that their dreams also become much more creative with mugwort. In fact, some of my most interesting dream experiences have taken place after taking this unique herb. It’s also a great tasting tea by the way!

A few important things to keep in mind:

There are a myriad of other lucid dreaming supplements out there. Some of them are effective but many of them are worthless. This list is kind of the “Dream Team” of lucid dream herbs.

The thing that gets a little tricky about taking these supplements is that they each need to be taken at
the right time and in the right quantity, otherwise they will only counteract each other. Please do not make the mistake that many people do by assuming that you can combine any random collection of these dream herbs together to have amazing lucid dreams. Unfortunately, this just isn’t the case.

Dream Leaf is a combination of each of these lucid dream herbs and has carefully been synergized into one effective lucid dreaming supplement. There is a red pill and a blue pill, which work together harmoniously to help you get the most out of each of these ingredients we’ve discussed. This lucid dreaming supplement successfully activates conscious dreaming and has helped thousands of people to have lucid dreams.

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