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Helen is a woman who has struggled to control her dreams for most of her life. She has found some success in recent years by learning to recognize her dreams and using her intuition to guide her actions.

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this is good information , but i have had lucid dreams when i am in a dream and actually asked people" what are they doing in my dreams " and one women said " You are not supposed to be able to do this" ' You are more powerful than we thought " "We underestimated you " true fact.. Then in another dream was a younger guy in a school cafeteria i sat opposite of him at a benches table, because i saw him look at me and put his head down. So i sat down and said hello like 3 times, Then I said ' i KNOW YOU CAN HEAR ME , THIS IS MY DREAM " " What are you doing in my dreams " and he says " your not supposed to be able to do this" I can't talk to you ? So i think it goes deeper than this A I answer :}

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March 31, 2023, 11:51 a.m.

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To control your dreams, you may want to practice a technique called lucid dreaming, where you become consciously aware that you're dreaming and can influence the content of your dreams. Here are some steps to develop your lucid dreaming abilities: 1. Dream Journal: Record your dreams as soon as you wake up. This helps you to become familiar with your dream patterns and recognize dream signs that signal you are dreaming. 2. Reality Checks: Develop a habit of performing reality checks throughout the day. These checks help increase self-awareness and make it easier to recognize when you're dreaming. Common reality checks include: - Pinching your nose and trying to breathe - Pushing your finger through your palm - Reading text or numbers and checking if they change - Flicking a light switch to see if it functions 3. Develop Awareness: Practice mindfulness and meditation to enhance your self-awareness and mental discipline. This increases the chances of recognizing when you're dreaming and control your dreams. 4. Set an Intention: Before you sleep, tell yourself that you want to remember your dreams and become lucid while dreaming. Visualization techniques can also be helpful, such as imagining yourself in a dream and becoming lucid. 5. Wake Back to Bed (WBTB): Set an alarm to wake up after 5-6 hours of sleep. Stay awake for 15-30 minutes, focusing on your intention to become lucid. Then, go back to sleep. This method increases the likelihood of lucid dreaming during periods of REM sleep. 6. Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD): While in bed, repeat a phrase like "I will realize I'm dreaming" until you fall asleep. This technique uses your intent to become lucid as a mnemonic, reminding you to recognize when you're dreaming. 7. Stay Calm: When you become lucid in a dream, try not to get overly excited, as this can cause you to wake up. Focus on stabilizing the dream by rubbing your hands together, spinning in circles, or simply saying "I am dreaming." Remember, lucid dreaming takes practice and patience. Keep implementing these techniques, and over time, you may discover you have more control over your dreams.

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March 31, 2023, 9:43 a.m.

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Published: Friday, March 31, 2023

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