Simplicity is the highest form of mastery.
Our minimalist approach to lucid dreaming is three-fold: build dream recall, practice technique, and explore your deeper psychology (and personal why).
I didn’t always have the ability to lucid dream. For me, it was a spontaneous event in my early twenties, brought on by reality checks; something I didn’t realize I was doing. As I humbled myself to the slow but exhilarating process and became curious about the potential applications of lucid dreams, I found it became more natural to me.
It took me years to develop my skill naturally, but I knew early on that it would be a lifelong study.
There was a kind of honeymoon phase in the beginning where I was able to ride on the exhilaration alone to induce lucid dreams almost every night. But life happened, and that shiny new obsession became less easy. That is when the true work began. This is why, after over fifteen years of loyalty to lucid dreaming’s beautiful promise of a more integrated psyche, I am able to share and guide.
“A step towards what you fear is a mile towards mastering it.
It may be different for you, but lucid dreaming is a skill that can be learned, no matter who you are or what your natural proclivity toward it is.
The Dreambender Lucid Dream School is also a community of dreamers. After you start to lucid dream intentionally, you recognize that induction techniques, while necessary, are only the beginning to consistent results.
Sustaining an ongoing passion and curiosity is easy when it’s easy.
When we plateau or find ourselves not excited to advance, the coherence of applied mentorship and a supportive community can become the muse and medicine needed to continue.
I encourage you to join The Dreambender Membership (opens in October of 2022) and experience the deepening with those on the same path. To be notified when registration opens, join the list and, in the meantime, get instant access to the Dreambender Community Library.