What are Lucid Dreams?

Lucid dreams are conscious dreaming where the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. They can feel that the events or vision flashing in front are not real; it’s only a good or bad dream.

Difference between Lucid Dreams & Normal Dreams

Dreamer is  aware of the dream context

Dream stories  are better recalled

Uncommon and less frequent

The dreamer has  a control over dream  narratives

Normal dreams are spontaneous

It is usually marked by poor recall

Occur quite frequently

The dreamer doesn’t have any control

How to Lucid Dream?

To get a good sleep, ensure to have a proper space. So, opt for a warm and cozy bedroom setup conducive for dreaming.


Maintain a dream journal to keep a record of your dream context. It will help to dream in the right way the next time you experience it.


If you wake up from a dream in the middle of the night, stay in bed and try to fall asleep again.


Turn off all the electronic gadgets at least an hour before retiring to bed. Make a bedtime routine that helps you relax.


Benefits of Lucid Dreaming

Less anxiety and better emotional control  Improves motor skills  Refines problem solving abilities  Boosts creativity

How to Stop Lucid Dreaming?

Develop a proper sleep schedule

Avoid caffeine, alcohol

Sleep meditation

Keep away from electronic gadgets

Lucid dreams go little beyond normal dreaming as it allows the dreamer to navigate through the process of dreaming and remember the snippets of the dream theme as clearly as possible. The process has more pros attached to it. So, let the dreams and reality collide and create a pleasant experience that is amazing and worth remembering.