Connor's Lucid Dreaming Resources
Lucid Dreaming Resources
Lucid dreaming can change your life...and it can be hard to do. Luckily, there are people like me who have spent years learning and perfecting the process and we are here to share everything we know with you.
To get started, here are some of my favorite lucid dreaming resources that will help get you started on your journey. Some of this stuff is informational and will help you learn. Some of it is just fun and interesting. Here goes...
My favorite lucid dreaming books:
Thomas Yuschak - Advanced Lucid Dreaming - The Power of Supplements
Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge
If you're not already aware, Stephen LaBerge is the original lucid dreaming master - the mind behind some of the most exciting research that is being done.
A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Cool layout with retro illustrations. More of a beginner book but well worth the read.
Lucid Dreaming Articles:
Cool article from Psychology Today called “Lucid Dreaming and Self Realization”
Includes the first recorded lucid orgasm
Healing Through Dreams
Motherboard - Tricked my brain into lucid dreaming
This reporter experimented with Dream Leaf and wrote about her experience
Wake Up and Dream - RadioLab Podcast
This is one of my all-time favorite RadioLab episodes where they discuss lucid dreaming.
Have you heard of binaural beats? Here are some of my favorites. Just turn this on before you go to bed and enjoy!
Anamnesis - cool lucid dreaming series
This lucid dreaming-inspired drama series is a fun one to watch. We've been waiting for the next season...
Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious
Cool documentary on lucid dreaming that was originally a featured on the DVD for the movie Inception. Includes interviews with Stephen LaBerge and is well worth watching
This documentary follows 3 people as they attempt to have lucid dreams. Working with scientists and researchers, the main characters experiment with new techniques to induce lucid dreams.
Includes interviews with experts and details on recent research, this 30 min. video is definitely one to check out.