Like many people, I spend a lot of time surfing the net looking for things that pique my interest. The other day I came across something I thought was truly far out there. It was called “Lucid Dreaming Mastery” and it was a series of videos that purported to teach you how to control your dreams.
Now, I’m not just talking about avoiding nightmares or having the ability to remember your dreams more clearly after you wake up. This course actually promised – guaranteed, actually – that you could not only control what you dreamed at night, but also experience your dreams as if you were fully awake the entire time.
Come on, I thought, that can’t be right. Dreams are just something your subconscious spurts out while you sleep, aren’t they? Or sometimes they are just caused by indigestion or something you ate, right?
Boy, was I wrong! I went ahead and ordered Lucid Dreaming Mastery – it was surprisingly affordable – and it started to download immediately.
There were 22 videos, each of them animated in an entertaining and informative format. I have to admit, at first I expected it to be some sort of a joke or a rip-off. Since it came with a money-back guarantee, I wasn’t worried about losing my small investment.
As I made my way through the videos, however, I began to understand the logic in what Lucid Dreaming Mastery was laying out. While I was still skeptical, it all seemed to make sense in a weird kind of way.
Well, I thought, the proof will be in the pudding. If I can apply the lessons I learned in Lucid Dreaming Mastery to my non-waking hours, then it will be for real. If not, well, then I will simply get my money back in the morning.
That very first night I fell asleep quickly. In hindsight, I realize that I was anxious to experience my first lucid dream. I followed the procedures and programmed my mind to make me dream that I was on a tropical island beach. I dozed off and … a few moments later I woke up on a Polynesian atoll basking in the sun of the South Pacific.
Lucid Dreaming Mastery really worked.