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30sec Tip: How to Calm Your Imagination Before Sleep

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30sec Tip: How to Calm Your Imagination Before Sleep

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    Keep a Pen and Notepad Next to Your Bed. Whenever You Have a Thought or Concern, Jot it Down and Let it Go.

    Lucid Dreaming is consciously being aware within your dream. When you are dreaming and you become conscious that you are dreaming you can start to control your dreams and the direction they go in.

    Lucid dreaming can help with recurring nightmares, solving creative problems, speaking with loved ones who have passed on, anxiety, and problem solving. It can be an exhilarating experience and the feeling of euphoria after your first few lucid dreams can last for days. <!–more–>

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