What Is It?
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Science has now proven that it’s possible to “wake up” within a dream, and a few mystical traditions, as well as a growing number of modern scholars, suggest there are a host of benefits to doing so.
Lucid dreaming may offer each of us a means of self-improvement, and it challenges the Western understanding of both consciousness and reality.
Full transcript and mp3: https://www.thinkanomalous.com/lucid-dreaming.html
Think Anomalous is created by Jason Charbonneau.
Illustration by Colin Campbell.
Music by Josh Chamberland.
Animation by Brendan Barr.
Sound design by Will Mountain and Josh Chamberland.
Special thanks to Robert Waggoner for reviewing the script to this video and checking for errors.
For more from Waggoner, visit: https://www.lucidadvice.com
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