If you've seen the movie "Inception," you know lucid dreaming. A glorious dream is when you realize that a person is dreaming. It is a kind of hybrid state between sleep and awakening. And scientists seem to have found a way to use this condition forever. We want to know how thoughtful sleep can help deal with stress, anxiety, and other psychological problems. Look at what we found!
There are similarities in brain activity between lucid dreaming and psychosis. So basically, when you dream, you feel like someone with a mental illness. Sounds strange, doesn't it? With this knowledge, scientists have concluded that dream control can be very therapeutic.
In general, scientists say:
- People who suffer from nightmares may be taught to dream clearly so that they can consciously wake up.
- You can build your own dreams to be what you want. Imagine what it would be like to experience a truly beautiful moment!
- The body is influenced by lucid dreaming and provokes positive emotions that help deal with stress and anxiety.
- What's more, artists can be inspired by dreams. We all remember Mendeleev and his table of chemical elements he saw while he was asleep.
You can travel, fly and become a superstar on a beautiful island with unicorns. You are your dream boss. By paying attention while you sleep, you can feel happier and reduce stress and anxiety.
You may be interested in how to start with a clear dream. This process is called dream incubation. You need to practice the scene in your head during the day to make it appear in your night dreams.
If you want to solve a particular problem in your dreams, you need to think about it before you go to bed. Let this be the last thing in your mind before you go to bed. For example, if it's a personal matter, think about the person you're in conflict with. If you're an artist who has lost a mouse, imagine a blank canvas. While you sleep, your unconscious tries to find a solution. It's also good to keep a dream diary. Write down your dreams as soon as you wake up and don't forget them later. Slowly you will find common signs among all your dreams.
Every night, just before going to bed, I repeat, "I know I'm dreaming." This helps you lose consciousness. The technology works so fast that scientists have created a lucid dream device for us! It is based on electrical stimulation of the head and they say it is 100% safe. Studies show that dreams help us handle our emotions and fears. Accepting the unconscious mind can help you find peace in yourself, heal trauma, and reduce stress and anxiety.
Have you ever had a clear dream? Do you want to control your dreams? Please write a comment below!
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