What does it mean to “dream reality?”

To answer that question, one must first understand the concept of lucid dreaming or conscious dreaming. Here are four important things to know:

  1. When you lucid dream, you are able to control exactly what happens in your dream. For example, if you want fly, you will fly, if you want to visit with a loved one who has passed away, you can do that too. Basically, you can manifest whatever your mind desires. Pretty neat, huh?
  2. Your brain will recall your lucid dreams as if they occurred in real life—it cannot tell the difference. Let’s say you are a ballet dancer. If in your lucid dream you learn to master a difficult piece of choreography, your brain will record the experience as if it really happened. Even the muscle memory will be recorded. Basically, whatever you accomplish during a lucid dream can be transferred into knowledge that can benefit your waking life.
  3. Because you are able to control both the experiences and the outcomes in a lucid dream, you are able to heal from and overcome many setbacks and burdens present in your waking life. You can tackle fears, anxieties, trauma, regrets, and much more.
  4. We spend almost a third of our lives sleeping. Now, imagine what you could achieve if that time spent asleep was also spent learning and excelling. Lucid dreaming is like visualization on steroids. There is no ego to overcome like when we try to meditate and visualize in our waking lives. That’s why it is a favorite among philosophers, athletes, creatives, and many other successful individuals.

So you see, to our brains our dreams are reality… when we are lucid.

But here’s the thing: lucid dreaming takes practice. You have to learn to be conscious while also being unconscious—and that can seem a little daunting. That’s where Dream Reality Cinema steps in. This groundbreaking cybernetic program can essentially train your mind to lucid dream. With continued practice, you can unlock the answers needed to turn your dreams to reality.

THE EXPECTED PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF DRC

  • It improves both the sleeping and wakeful functions of the nervous system.
  • Provides deep relaxation, swift refreshment and excellent overall well-being.
  • Builds long term reserves for the autonomic nervous system.
  • Creates colorful, intense, fun-filled experiences and a pleasant half-dream state of mind, which becomes increasingly more memorable with a strong positive impact on the active, wakeful state as well.
  • Participants will have more and more realistic, detail-rich and vivid experiences to retain and remember when resting and sleeping at home.
  • Advanced students become capable of lucid dreaming, completing tasks which they have set for themselves while awake.
  • On more advanced levels it enables so called “dream plans” to materialize, which can be transferred into the wakeful state in full, elaborate detail. In other words, it processes information 24/7 without downtime. Relaxation occurs at a higher level than before, when the power of sleep is fully harnessed.
  • Enhances creativity, and improves the imagination and memory.
  • Helps the cerebral circulation, loosens the walls of the blood vessels, increases the blood supply of tissues. Thereby the control and circulation of all the organs improve, which results in a more relaxed state and faster recovery time from different ailments.
  • Aids the great shifts of the autonomic sympathetic and parasympathetic tones of the nervous system. In other words, it supports the daily jump between these two divisions. (Which is insufficient for many people, causing them to feel tired and drowsy during the day, but getting only superficial sleep and waking up often during the night.)
  • During the program, planned and timed sleeping can be achieved, which is the ability to get a quick, deep sleep whenever possible and wake up on time, rested. (This is an invaluable solution for jetlag, emergency response workers, soldiers, doctors and stressed individuals. It is also an empirical fact that it’s possible to wake up without an alarm.)
  • Cultivates the ‘in between’ or interim (half-sleep) states, which are important for newly learned materials to be stored in the long –term memory (i.e. practicing, studying and enjoying the new material while asleep and upon awakening one remembers everything better than before they went to bed) all the while the relaxation and rejuvenation is much more effective.
  • More successful exam results, competitive, and athletic achievements, less pre-exam jitters, and greater self-confidence.
  • Settles mild forms of autonomic dysfunctions in a short period of time and eases its more serious stages. We know this because the majority of the problems are traced back to vascular disorders with neural origins; stress ulcers, migraines, spinal muscle spasms and pinched nerves, indigestions, malabsorption, heart attacks, disposition of tissue inflammations, disorders of the monthly women’s cycle, depressive states, etc.
  • Reverses the advancement of certain disease processes and inefficiencies and intensifies treatments and the body’s ability to utilize the medications for achieving complete remissions.
  • Changes and normalizes the sleep cycles, respectively making them more adaptable to regular life situations.