Advanced Lucid Dreaming Techniques

We’re going to look at some advanced lucid dreaming techniques for diving deeper into the lucid dream. This page is for those of you who have had some success with the basics of lucid dreaming, and can use dream stabilisation to stay in the dream longer. There are lots of things you can do to explore the dream further.

You can learn more about yourself and experience things you never thought were possible. The longer you lucid dream, the more you realise just how profound it really is. There are so many different techniques, ideas, methods and ideas you could explore.

You could spend your whole life doing it and still feel like you’re only scratching the surface of what’s possible.

Advanced lucid dreaming techniques and ideas

There are a number of advanced techniques you can use to have those ‘deeper’ levels of lucid dreaming. They’re a mixture of several techniques usually. This is a collection of techniques and articles I’ve written to explain some advanced ideas and methods to you.

Advanced lucid dreaming techniques

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1 – Getting around with dream portals

Dream portals are a way you can travel around the dream scene without having to actually move around. You can find these portals almost anywhere, but there is a bit of a knack to finding ones that are going to work. They can be used escape nightmares or to actually create a new dream scene entirely.

Dream portals are sometimes tricky to master, because they sometimes take you to somewhere random that you didn’t want to go. You have to really expect that you’ll end up where you’re trying to get. Read more about dream portals.

2 – Stabilising the dream by doing math problems

When you get on to deeper dreaming you’re going to want to make sure you don’t just ‘wake up’ too early. Doing simple maths problems in a dream is one easy way to keep your mind engaged and keep yourself in the dream for longer.

Another way to stabilise the dream is to rub your hands together while looking around.

Start by just doing simple maths problems like 2+2 and use it as a tool to keep yourself focused and alert in the dream world. I have a whole post about maths in a dream for those who are interested.

3 – Stopping time in a dream

You can actually slow down or stop time in a lucid dream quite easily. Of course, when you’re stopping time, all you’re really doing is changing your preemption of how fast time is passing.

Stopping time

That being said you can still use this technique to slow the dream down and feel like you’re doing more in the dream.

4 – Playing instruments in a dream

With a little technique, you can actually play any instrument in a dream really easily. Because your mind already knows what music sounds like and how certain instruments should sound, you can just ‘remember’ these sounds and you’ll have the ability to play any instrument. You can also use this to be creative and write songs in a dream.

5 – Exploring alien planets

You can explore other worlds in a dream and use these other worlds to get inspired to write a story, or just for fun! I’ve had many exciting dreams where I’ve explored other worlds, planets and even universes.

It’s a really exciting thing to do and it will inspire you to do so much more. It’s a pretty advanced idea but you can explore and discover alien planets in a dream by traveling to them. See more about alien worlds.

6 – Moving objects with your mind

The ability to move objects of any size with your mind alone. You can use this skill to move cars out of the way, combat nightmares and overall just to have fun. It’s one of my favorite things to do in a lucid dream. With this, I’m referring directly to things like telekinesis.

Telekinesis is an advanced lucid dreaming technique involving you moving objects with your mind. It’s not for beginners but if you want to learn more, I cover this in my superpowers book.

7 – Dissolving the dream scene

This is something you can in a lucid dream when you’re fully aware and focused. You can dissolve the dream scene to make yourself experience ‘pure awareness’ or ‘white bliss’. I’ve done this once or twice now and it’s the most incredible feeling in the world.

Some useful tools

This little grey section has a few things that will help you on your journey to deeper dreaming. Here are a few important articles..

Guide to reality checks

Keeping a dream journal

The WILD technique

Nootropics (Smart drugs)

Nootropics are an advanced lucid dreaming supplement which will help you reach deeper levels of the dream. They’re essentially a mixture of various substances and supplements designed to induce lucid dreams. See the best nootropics for lucid dreaming.

Binaural Beats

Binaural beats are special types of sounds that change the way your brainwaves work.

You can use them to induce lucid dreams, and I’ll tell you now – They work. See Binaural beats for lucid dreams.

Want to master advanced lucid ideas and become a superhero?

Basically, all of the really cool, interesting things you can do with lucid dreaming are explained in this guide.

It shows you things like how to dissolve the dream state, how to fly, how to move cities with your mind and a whole load more.

If you’re ready to take lucid dreaming to the next level, this is the way to do it.

It’s over 100 pages of really interesting and useful content about advanced lucid dreaming.

If you’re interested, click here to learn how to become a lucid superhero now!

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