Dreaming naturally enhances our health every night.
As an integral part of a rejuvenating night’s sleep, dreams help us to process negative and burdensome emotions, releasing them from the body.
Biophysicist Dr. Candace Pert explored the complex biochemical communication network between mind and body and surmised that dreams are valuable for decreasing stress and enhancing our overall health and wellbeing.
Neurobiology, cognitive psychology and neuroscience demonstrate just how important dreaming is for our mental health and well-being.
Imagine how healing it could be to “wake up” inside the naturally healing state of dreams! When we become lucid in a dream, we can guide the dream to even greater levels of healing.
Lucid dreaming is a natural tool we can develop to bring us closer to health and wholeness.
Find out more in this article I wrote for the “For The Ageless” website:
In the article, I explore the entry points into lucid dreaming such as sleep paralysis, hypnagogia, the lucid void, and false awakenings, and give tips on how to navigate grief dreams and how to get lucid in your dreams.