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:
- 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?
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.