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Researcher Stephen LaBerge
Brings Lucid Dreaming to the Masses


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One of the many reasons people choose to learn about lucid
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By, David Wright & Melia Patria
November 30, 2007

Somewhere in between the Cinderella school of dreaming and the darker dreamscape of "The Matrix" lies Stephen LaBerge, an expert in a technique called lucid dreaming.

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He believes that what happens to people in their dreams is as real an experience as what happens in real life.

By becoming aware that they're dreaming while they're asleep, lucid dreamers say they can learn to consciously control and manipulate the dreamscape, allowing them to live out their wildest fantasies in a virtual reality with no earthly boundaries.

A renowned lucid dreaming expert, LaBerge spent more than a decade researching the science of lucid dreaming at Stanford University. In his most groundbreaking experiment, he showed that lucid dreamers can consciously signal from the dream world while in REM sleep.

The author of several books on the topic, LaBerge developed a plethora of techniques to help people gain lucidity, including the NovaDreamer, a special sleep mask.

LaBerge believes that, with proper training, people can actually control their dreams, provided they learn how to recognize that they're dreaming while still asleep.

"All you have to say is, 'This is a dream. Anything is possible.' If there's somewhere I wanna go, I'm there," LaBerge said.

Dreams as Adventure Sports

In lucid dreams, one can fly like a superhero, master martial arts with no fear of injury, or have a tryst with a total stranger.

"[It's] the place where you can do anything without external consequences. So it's a place you can safely explore how to live, what to do, what you might want to do," LaBerge said.

You might seek out a dead relative, try to conquer a lifelong fear, or you might even try to hold a conversation with God.

"There's sort of two activities that people like to do the most in lucid dreaming. The first is, all right, you can violate the laws of physics and say, 'Look, I can step in the air, and I can fly,'" LaBerge said. "The other part is saying, 'What about the laws of society?'" People also approach LaBerge about learning to have vivid dream sex.

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"You know we have T-shirts that say 'Dream Sex is the only Safe Sex' the lucid dream gives you an opportunity for that kind of simulation experience where you know you're safe," LaBerge said.

Learning How to Control Your Dreams

LaBerge teaches others how to master lucid dreaming at his Dream and Awakening Retreat held at the Kalani Oceanside Retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii, a setting picture perfect for dreamers. "Nightline" followed him for a week and meet several aspiring lucid dreamers, acolytes who came from far and wide.

Among them was New Yorker Chris Moss, 34, founder of the Moss Real Estate Group.

"I think the benefits of lucid dreaming are just totally profound," he said.

"I actually came on a whim," said Katherine Schneider, 28, who owns a health food store in Las Vegas. "I saw an advertisement on Yahoo and read about the Lucidity Institute and just decided to come down here and check it out."

Frank Pascoe, 49, an aspiring dream researcher from Oregon, said he already has the ability to control his dreams but wanted to learn about the lucid dreaming community.

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Others expressed the wish to fly, or to take a spiritual journey to find out more about who they are.

Homemaker Evetta Hauser came from Arkansas because she had been studying lucid dreaming. She told "Nightline" about a recurring nightmare she's had her whole life.

"There was this zombie. And he was getting closer and closer and he grabbed me. And I knew I couldn't get away from him," Hauser said.

According to Hauser, lucid dreaming allowed her to confront her monster.

"And I said, 'This is a dream, and I'm going to turn you into a blue butterfly.' And I slung him over my shoulder and turned him into a blue butterfly," Hauser said.

Teaching people how turn their zombies into butterflies is a big part of what Dream Camp is all about.

"All you have to do is recognize, 'This is a dream. Of course, I'm being chased by this person who's gonna chase me as long as I run.' So what do I do? I stop and say, 'Wait! I'm afraid, but I'm afraid of something that can't hurt me, because it's a dream. I know that,'" LaBerge said.

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« Reply #1 on: Mar 24th, 2008, 4:22pm »

in my life i only had one or two lucid dreams and still i had a third one but it didnt count cuse it was being dificult to control the dream.

I want to have lucid dreams but how?
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« Reply #2 on: Mar 24th, 2008, 4:28pm »

i dream every day and i always now that im dreaming but i cant do nothing its like watching a movie i see myself i know its a dream and when i make things i think i wish that i would take that way but i cant controle myself and make me go that wait look its dificult to explain like i know im dreaming but i cant control myself well till now i take it like a metaphor.
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on Mar 24th, 2008, 4:22pm, Catmania202p wrote:
in my life i only had one or two lucid dreams and still i had a third one but it didnt count cuse it was being dificult to control the dream.

I want to have lucid dreams but how?

I think lucid dreams are hit and miss because I don't think that lucid dreams are your own and instead someone working you.

If you want your dreams to be more fluid, memorable, longer and more colorful, eat fruit that ferments such as an over ripe peach. Peaches are probably the best for that but they have to be fresh, not canned and like I said, over ripe - like the last day or two before you would get ready to throw it away.
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« Reply #4 on: Jun 7th, 2008, 2:41pm »

About lucid dreams last month my mind tricked me.
In my dream i was about to tell a secret to my friend but i didnt knew how she would react so i said well tonight when i go to sleep i'll make sure i dream that im telling you the secret then i'll know your reaction, so me and all my friends laughed, i thought it was reallity and sure i could felt myself tired, i could taste food and even feel my feet i could feel everything so it really convinced me that it was reallity, but then in the dream i went to one of my friend's house and he told me (what his about to tell is lame) i love you and i got all nervous and stuff but then i saw his room and it was diferent and i said f**k its just a dream so i started to control everything (passed to lucid dream) and i stolle a mall, phones and etc i knew it was my chance to do things with adrenaline without taking concequences and it felt good because i could really felf everything, every nervous breath of being afraid of getting caught, but knowing that i'll wake up.
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on Jun 7th, 2008, 2:41pm, Catmania202p wrote:
About lucid dreams last month my mind tricked me.
In my dream i was about to tell a secret to my friend but i didnt knew how she would react so i said well tonight when i go to sleep i'll make sure i dream that im telling you the secret then i'll know your reaction, so me and all my friends laughed, i thought it was reallity and sure i could felt myself tired, i could taste food and even feel my feet i could feel everything so it really convinced me that it was reallity, but then in the dream i went to one of my friend's house and he told me (what his about to tell is lame) i love you and i got all nervous and stuff but then i saw his room and it was diferent and i said f**k its just a dream so i started to control everything (passed to lucid dream) and i stolle a mall, phones and etc i knew it was my chance to do things with adrenaline without taking concequences and it felt good because i could really felf everything, every nervous breath of being afraid of getting caught, but knowing that i'll wake up.


LOL, wish I was there in your dream. That's hilarious.
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