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    After reading and carefully considering which lucid dream technique to try in order to complete this assignment, I ultimately chose to work with the Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreaming or MILD created by Stephen LaBerge. In order to fully complete this lucid dream technique, I started on Monday, November 21st knowing I did not have to wake up early to go to school or get up and go to work. This gave me the ability to sleep in and focus on the technique without having to worry about whether or not I needed to be awake at a certain time and possibly forget what I was dreaming about. Before going to bed Monday night, I placed my dream journal and a pen right beside me on my nightstand that way I was ready and able to jot down notes from my dream when I woke up in the morning. When I woke up the next morning, I immediately wrote down in my dream journal what occurred in my dream. This included the face of my grandma, where we were at, what we were both wearing, and even what we were doing in the dream. In my dream, my grandma and I were sitting in her living room watching The Price is Right while eating our cottage cheese with pineapples. Throughout the rest of the day, I would replay those minor details over and over and then relate back to Stephen…

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    A Dream Journal Analysis

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    My imagination fuels my ambition to discover and problem solve even the most seemingly unattainable feats; having scaled Mount Everest makes any Biology exam a little less daunting. I went from acting out my imagination to using pen and paper to capture my dreams and aspirations. My ever-growing, ever-changing “Dream Journal” currently holds hundreds of pages of my goals and ideas and serves as a creative outlet for my mind’s work. Nothing compares to the feelings of accomplishment after…

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    From the Private Journal of a Journey The events of American history are very much connected to the influence of American literature and what it has become today. The effects of the world around him/her mostly gather the inspiration that a writer needs, and this is how the geography and history of America have made an impact on American literature. When beginning to read From the Private Journal of a Journey by Sarah Kemble Knight I learned that it was a private note she had wrote in her journal…

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    Gastrointestinal Bleeding

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    With healthcare being such a rapidly moving field it is important that we, as aspiring medical professionals, understand what is progressing in our profession. Within the blink of an eye healthcare changes; doctors, professors, phds, are coming up new theories, journals and studies daily. It is our job as current students in this field to do our best to further understand these journals studies, etc.and the writing that is involved in our field. Why you may ask? There are arguably an infinite…

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    Lucid Dreaming Effects

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    you ever heard of lucid dreaming, and is it all it thought up to be? There is also a negative consequence that can occur. Are teenager more at risk from suffering from sleep paralysis due to this trend. Lucid dreaming is where you are aware of dreaming. During lucid dreaming, you may be able to have control over the dream characters, story, and environment. Can lucid dreaming have multiple negative side effects on people and especially teenagers that attempt or have succeeded in doing? There can…

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    Very Important Tips on How to Keep a Dream Journal I have discussed why keeping a dream journal is important earlier, especially if you are willing to become a lucid dreamer, here I will be sharing a few tips with you using which you can multiply its benefits for both remembering your dreams as well as increasing your dream awareness. People often become too lazy to keep a journal and write their dreams on paper, there definitely are good alternatives to dream journal but none of it is as…

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    Many dreamers wish for this boy’s freedom, the freedom of lucid dreaming. The idea of being aware while dreaming and being able to consciously influence dream content is an envy of many. However, to lucid dream a dreamer must learn what parts of their brain are at work while dreaming, practice lucid dream inducing techniques, and understand its’ important therapeutic properties The state of a dreamer's brain while…

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    Lucid Dreaming Essay

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    Lucid Dreaming: The Start of Great Possibility Baku, a dream eater in Japanese Legend, is a spirit animal that visits people’s homes and eats their nightmares. In Greek mythology, Morpheus is a messenger who has the ability to enter someone’s dream and deliver messages from the gods. His brother Phobetor, who is a shape shifter and is often found in the form of a snake, is the bringer of nightmares. The origin of the English word “nightmare,” is Mara, who is also an evil spirit that changes…

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    Now that the theoretical basics are covered, the objective of this paper can be explained and what I would like to find out with my self-experiment. The main goal is to learn how to lucid dream and find out, if it can affect performance in any way. Not only performance in daily life but also in specific areas like school, work or even a hobby. Two methods to learn lucid dreaming will be covered but both need one basic requirement, which is improve your “dream memory”. It may be possible that you…

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    Dream Theory Everyone on planet Earth dreams, whether they claim they dream or not. Dreams are a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person’s mind, typically occurring during REM sleep. But, why do people dream? Many famous psychologists have come up with theories on why humans dream and the purpose of a dream is. One such psychologist is Sigmund Freud with his famous, yet non-scientific, theory that dreams are symbolic expressions of a person’s unconscious conflict or…

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