What’s that you say?
A lucid dream?
Sounds like an oxymoron.
The term comes from a Greek word for a dream, meaning “a dream without any content.”
In the lucid dream state, you don’t have any worries or anxiety, just the ability to stay alert and focus on what you’re doing.
You may also find it helpful for stress management.
But it’s important to remember that it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re lucid at night, and it may take a while to realize that.
The best way to get started is to ask a trusted friend or colleague to tell you the first few words.
They’ll also provide some suggestions on how to proceed.
In some cases, you’ll be able to see your dream during the night, but you may not be able see it all at once.
If you’re unsure whether your dream is lucid or not, talk to your friend or friend’s partner to get an accurate picture.
You’ll also want to make sure your dream lasts longer than three minutes.
And it may not always be possible to recall the full dream.
If your dream doesn’t feel lucid enough, it’s not necessarily a bad idea to talk to a dream therapist to see if he or she can help you get started.