3 con­trol your Dreams

Australian T3 - - TECH LIFE -

Andrew Smi­ley, cre­ator of the Aurora lu­cid dream­ing head­set, helps you count sheep 1/ Choose your dream signs. Short, unique, mem­o­rable sounds cou­pled with slow puls­ing light tend to work best for in­duc­ing lu­cid dreams.

2/ Wear the Aurora (US$ 199, iwinks.org). As you fall asleep and pass through sleep stages, the Aurora will mon­i­tor your brain­waves and de­ter­mine the ideal time to present your dream signs.

3/ Rec­og­nize dream signs. Some­times they be­come in­cor­po­rated into the dream. The sky might be­gin to pul­sate with a strange colour.

4/ Be­come lu­cid. This doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily mean com­plete dream con­trol. Beginners should fo­cus on re­main­ing aware of the dream for as long as pos­si­ble, then be­gin push­ing their imag­i­na­tion.

5/ Af­ter wak­ing con­cen­trate on re­call­ing as much as pos­si­ble. Log what you re­mem­ber in the Aurora app, and it will ad­just set­tings for the next night.

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