Lucid Dreaming Articles

A Visit to the Fountain of Youth

By Ed Kellogg, Ph.D. © 2012 In the last issue of LDE, in the list of my “Top Ten” lucid dreams, I included one in which I flew to, and bathed in, “The Fountain of Youth.” In this dream I experienced one of the most breathtaking, beautiful, and multisensory dreamscapes I’ve ever encountered.   As…

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Interview with Naiya

Photo by Ryan Brohm via Iowa State Daily   A lucid dreamer since the age of 15, Naiya has perfected her lucid dreaming skills in the past decade. Though she frequents the lucid dream forum,, her lucid dream forays have allowed her to develop relationships with recurring dream figures, encounter kundalinitype energy and explore…

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Jacob Flies

By Christoph Gassmann, Horgen, 2012 © 2012 I would like to tell you a story about my sometimes successful attempts to soar consciously through the skies of my dreams. It is a fictional story, but it is based on a compilation of my lucid flying dreams. For this I would like to introduce you Jacob,…

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Smart Phone Apps for Lucid Dreaming

By David L. Kahn © 2012 In June of this year I presented on smart phone apps for dreaming at the International Association for the Study of Dreams conference in Berkeley, California. Many of the apps that I discussed, and a couple of others I have tried out since, are specifically intended to help increase…

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Distracted Meditation

By Andres Broos © 2012 For several days in a row I have been repeating requests to my inner self just before sleeping. One of them was this: “Around five o’clock I will become lucid in my dream” (I wake up at 7 for work.)   I didn’t have any success with that request. Maybe…

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Lucid Predators

By Joan C. Harthan © 2012 It was a wet and cold Sunday evening in October 2009. I’d gone to bed at 10.30pm and read three of the IASD PsiberDreaming conference papers that I hadn’t had chance to read over the weekend. They were, as usual, fascinating and thought provoking, but they didn’t stop me falling…

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