7 Beautiful Benefits of Lucid Dreaming (Infographic)

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Disclaimer #1: By the time you finish reading this lucid dreaming infographic, you’ll have developed a healthy obsession with your subconscious, your dream states, and controlling your dreams.

Disclaimer #2: Lucid Dreaming is way more exciting than the other side of the pillow. 

“Dreams feel real while we’re in them. It’s only when we wake up that we realize something was actually strange.”

A line from director Christopher Nolan’s 2010 critically acclaimed sci-fi movie, Inception.
 
Dealing with the themes of dream-awareness and challenging the impossible, it provided an equally impossible plethora of iconic dream imagery, stemming directly from the human subconscious.
 
But did you know, that it is actually possible to consciously control your dreams?
 
This is what we call “lucid dreaming”.
 
Lucid dreaming is when a dreamer becomes aware that he or she is in a dream, and is able to manipulate the dream’s elements and surroundings, bending them to his or her will.
 
Lucid dreaming is more than a state of mind; it’s a gateway to mental, physical and spiritual healing. Everything experienced is perceived by the mind to be the real thing.
 
Your only limitation is your infinite imagination.
 
Explore the infographic below as we go over the benefits of lucid dreaming, and decide for yourself. (Or jump to our lucid dreaming guide)
 
Which benefit in this lucid dreaming infographic is the most appealing to you? 
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