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  • Hello! This is Cynthia Sue Larson with RealityShifters.com

  • I'm here today to talk to you about

  • sleep learning with lucid dreaming.

  • If you've seen that movie, "Inception," that came out the other year,

  • then you might be aware of the concept in science fiction of

  • planting

  • an idea or a suggestion,

  • or obtaining information

  • through dreams in which the dreamer is awake.

  • It's a little bit complicated to get into that story plot, but

  • if you saw that movie and felt a little bit of apprehension about the

  • ethics involved,

  • then I'm right there with you,

  • because obviously

  • it's important when we're working

  • with

  • energy

  • and with acknowledging other people

  • to always allow for

  • free choice

  • with other individuals.

  • But getting back on the subject of lucid dreaming, there is some amazing

  • information that came out of Yale University recently in which

  • the researchers there found that people

  • benefit tremendously

  • from lucid dreaming in terms of learning activities

  • that they can then

  • succeed at

  • with a much greater

  • track record and

  • much more

  • confidence and success in every

  • measurable form

  • afterward.

  • That part is not terribly surprising for anybody that's ever

  • worked with hypnosis or

  • has had lucid dreams. The thing that I thought was especially interesting about this

  • study is that

  • that anybody who had a history of lucid dreaming

  • seems to be a faster learner in general

  • and in my personal life, I certainly have found that to be

  • helpful. The fact that

  • sometimes I wake up within dreams, which is what the lucid experience is

  • all about.

  • Lucidity

  • being basically the

  • awareness

  • that when you're in a dream

  • that that is a dream.

  • And then as soon as that

  • awareness

  • becomes manifest in a person,

  • it is easier to start playing with the

  • parameters.

  • I'd like to share with you an example of what I mean from my book, "Karen

  • Kimball and the Dream Weaver's Web."

  • This is a story in which

  • the title character, Karen Kimball

  • is...

  • I'll just read you

  • this passage, but she is just taking a nap...

  • she's falling asleep.

  • She's climbed into

  • a tree where she likes to be.

  • And it says, "Karen felt like she was both wide awake, and

  • yet also asleep at the same time.

  • Her body was nestled snugly

  • in the branches of the mulberry tree.

  • And even though her eyes were closed,

  • She could see clouds in the sky

  • and hear

  • a warm summer breeze

  • rustling the mulberry's leaves.

  • She felt the beating of her heart,

  • and noticed that the vibrations that had passed through every cell in her body left

  • her with a tingling sensation.

  • Her left hand

  • was still resting inside the tree,

  • rubbing the rounded place where the branch met the trunk.

  • 'How amazing it is to feel the inside

  • of a book and a tree...

  • and how very peculiar,' Karen thought to herself.

  • She gently placed her right hand inside her book and once again

  • felt the varying density and texture of the cover, pages,

  • and bookmark."

  • So if you haven't yet had a lucid dream, then

  • you've got a lot to look forward to, because in those kind of dreams you can fly

  • and

  • be aware that you're in the dream, and just exploring.

  • You can just

  • float up above things and bump into the ceiling and

  • rise up and out.

  • And in this book, "Karen Kimball and the Dream Weaver's Web," Karen has a lot of fun with that,

  • and goes on to solve a mystery.

  • But what I'd like you to think about in

  • this month's

  • issue of RealityShifters and also with this video, is to think about how

  • good your life can get when you're aware of the fact that even when you're awake you might be

  • dreaming.

  • This is actually one of

  • tips that you can use to have a lucid dream

  • when you're asleep.

  • It's just get into the practice of recognizing,

  • "This might be a dream right now,"

  • and find some way

  • that you can identify

  • the fact that you're awake right now, and develop

  • a practice of being more mindful of every moment in your awareness and your life.

  • To me, this is one of the key aspects

  • to getting into a reality shifting mindset.

  • Where you get that fluidity and that

  • conversation and dialogue and

  • fun

  • exchange of energy and

  • the interchange of moving through realities

  • that I talk about so often with reality shifting.

  • So until next time,

  • keep asking, "How good can it get?"

  • This is Cynthia Sue Larson

  • with RealityShifters.

Hello! This is Cynthia Sue Larson with RealityShifters.com

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