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Lucid Dream Incubation Experiment - Jurgen Ziewe:


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At worst this video is an entertaining and relaxing movie to calm your nerves via a voyage taken from UBI-Soft's open world video game "Assassin's Creed - Odyssey" and it demonstrates just how far Video Games have come. Via this game you enter a whole world of ancient Greece which you can explore at your leisure, and of course take videos and photos as I did. At best you may be able to utilize it as a tool to induce Lucid Dreams, but, as the title suggests, this is just an experiment, not a guaranty. I would nevertheless like to hear any of your responses. So this video is an experiment based on the "Wake Back To Bed" Lucid Dreaming Technique and is intended to induce a lucid dream. The Idea is to watch the video early in the morning, after a good night's sleep. Then, after falling asleep, hopefully the dreams will be infused with imagery from the video, including the subtle verbal prompts which appear throughout. Whenever a prompt appears in your dream, such as "Are You Dreaming?" it is hoped that this will trigger lucidity. You may drop off to sleep towards the end. That is OK. Keep listening to the sound and you may pick up the scene again in your dream. Hopefully the prompts still playing will still be heard and trigger lucidity in your dream. When this happens, make sure you focus on your hands until full lucidity kicks in. Then take over and control your dream in your own virtual reality. Jurgen's books provide many graphic and vividly told first-hand accounts of his journeys into the Afterlife Worlds. They go into much greater depth and detail than it is possible in these short videos: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/jurgenz Please visit the website for more information: http://www.multidimensionalman.com


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