Lucid dreaming: what the global controllers do not want you to discover
Grant J. Kidney — Lucid dreaming is the art of becoming conscious while you’re still inside of a dream. Never heard of the practice? This is because the global controllers have prevented the spread of this amazing knowledge.
Lucid dreaming affords one the power to be able to manipulate their dream’s surroundings, acting as though they had acquired all the powers normally ascribed to a god. Flying, x-ray vision, teleportation. Anything is possible for the lucid dreamer.
Dr. Stephen LaBerge is considered the foremost of authorities in the field of lucid dreaming. Before his time, lucid dreaming had been called by many different names. In Tibet, Buddhist monks referred to the practice as ‘dream yoga’.
Dr. LaBerge is the author of many pioneering works that have laid the ground work for the scientific study of lucid dreaming. Although still largely considered an ‘underground’ subject matter, numerous online forums and websites exist dedicated to the quest for lucidity.
The benefits of lucid dreaming
Lucid dreaming has enormous benefits for those who practice it. Suffering a bout of stage fright or social anxiety? Simply visualize a large auditorium inside of your lucid dream and speak freely and openly without fear of rejection.
Lucid dreaming also offers the exciting possibility of being able to live out one’s deepest of sexual fantasies without any due repercussion. It can be said that a significant percentage of sex crimes or psychological distress occur from repressed fantasies. Entering in to a lucid dream for the purpose of indulging in the deepest of passions however may help to ease sexual frustration.
A personal experience with lucid dreaming
I began experimenting with lucid dreaming at a ripe young age of seventeen. After having become a huge fan of the Matrix franchise, I suddenly found myself engaged in what seemed the impossible pursuit of ‘overcoming reality’.
I began studying various topics of an Eastern or ‘mystical’ bent. I discovered that in Hindu philosophy, the concept of ‘Maya’ explained all the world as a form of grand illusion. I was stoked to learn that perhaps all of the concepts alluded to in the Matrix films were in fact based in reality.
My research finally led me into the fascinating realm of lucid dreaming. Finally, just like the Matrix character Neo, I would be able to warp reality to suit my needs- only, it would all be inside of my head (unless of course dreaming occurs on a separate plane of existence all together as some have suggested).
Being able to lucid dream takes a whole lot of patience as well as persistence. I’ll admit, having my first lucid dream came after about two full weeks of dedication to the practice.
In order to essentially ‘wake up’ inside of your dreams, you must first intend for this specific outcome. Then, you have to start being able to remember your dreams. So every half hour I would set my alarm to buzz and then repeat to myself that ‘tonight I will remember and control my dreams’.
After about the first week of practice, I started remembering each of my dreams in vivid detail. It is recommended that one keep a dream journal by their bedside- and just as soon as one wakes up from a dream, to quickly record all that could be remembered from the experience before it started to fade away.
Remembering your dreams is the first step to lucidity as it gets your brain in the habit of accepting your mastery over the sleeping process.
Finally the big day had arrived. I had experienced my first lucid dream ever. It was a strange experience no doubt. I suddenly found myself in some back alley way dressed in a suit and tie. I told myself, ‘well, since I’m dreaming, I might as well try to fly’- and so I did. I flew at lightning speed over what seemed to be an endless cityscape. It was the most invigorating experience in my life- and according to conventional wisdom, it didn’t really happen!
The endless world of possibilities that the elite don’t want you to experience
The striking possibilities of lucid dreaming are sometimes difficult to image. Many within the lucid dreaming community have expressed their ability to ‘share dreams’. In other words, like playing a video game with a pal online. Even stranger, some lucid dreamers have said that within their dreams, they were able to slow time and live out what seemed to be a week or an entire month all in the span of an eight hour sleep!
Because of the immeasurable freedom that lucid dreaming affords, the elite controllers of the planet do not want the average citizen to become engaged in such practice. Imagine if all the world’s people were really able to vent their frustrations with the rather s**tty conditions of the financial prison-grid beneath which we all dwell. We’d all suddenly find ourselves both healthy and happy to no end.
Lucid dreaming is a drug-free practice. No hallucinogenics required. It is safe, totally free, and extremely beneficial to an individual’s growth as a spiritual being. But even if one’s intent was to simply enter into a lucid dream for the purpose of having a little fun- you know, having a huge orgy, fighting and defeating superman, and then morphing in to a fire-breathing dragon- well, more power to them.
As the controllers move us further and further in to an artificial electronic world, lucid dreaming is the last thing that they would want us all to do. After all, how impressive would an iPhone be if you had suddenly discovered that you yourself were a million times more impressive- and that through lucid dreaming, you leave your iPhone in the dust?
Realize and understand that you are a powerful being in your own right. Through the art of lucid dreaming, you can do all things. Truly, an entire universe lives inside of you- and in this universe, you are the captain. Never let anyone tell you otherwise- and certainly don’t let the evil system beneath which we dwell convince you otherwise.
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