About Lucid Dreaming

Floating Induces Lucid Dreaming
“Dreams are just thinking in a different biochemical state”, says Harvard University psychologist Deirdre Barrett, author of The Committee of Sleep.

Psychologist David Watson of the University of Notre Dame tracked 200 subjects over three months and found that those who scored high on creativity scales when they were awake tended to remember their dreams more. “One reason is that they simply have more vivid and interesting dreams” he says. That’s linked to having an active fantasy life; the day time behaviour shades over into the night. This is a case of the rich getting richer.

Lucid Dreams have been a pivotal in helping people solve problems
Dr. Alfred Blaylock

The first doctor to study the heart defect of Tetralogy of Fallot. The remedy to his ongoing problem came to him in a dream. The duo is seen experimenting on the dogs, deliberately giving the dogs the heart defect and trying to solve it. The outcome looks good and they are excited to operate on the baby, but in a dream, Thomas sees the baby grown up and crying because she’s dying. Thomas asks why she’s dying in the dream and she says it’s because she has a baby heart. Blalock interprets it as the fact that their sewing technique didn’t work because the sutures didn’t grow with the heart, and worked on a new version that would work.[1]

Lucid Dreams have been pivotal in being creative
Musician Greg Allman

Wrote the music and lyrics to Whipping Post by the Allman Brothers “So that first night, I laid me down to go to sleep on my attic couch and I dozed off for a while. All of the sudden I woke up, because a song had me by the ass. The intro had three sets of three and two little steps that allowed you to jump back up on the next triad. It was different, I like different, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I wish the rest of them had come like this-it was all right there in my head, all I had to do was write it down so I wouldn’t forget it by morning.

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