Letting yourself remember, forgetting to forget—is such a thing possible, the latter? Does such imply an effect of remembering (which seems correct, to be honest; it seems more likely that things are always-remembered rather than typically-forgotten) as natural?
I study hypnotherapy. I’ve taken courses on hypnosis around the world and am really excited about hypnosis applied to life, especially lucid dreaming, which is the art of being aware and controlling your dreams.
This one was done impromptu. I actually think it’s the most effective.
Let me know what you think.
# Hypnosis for Lucid Dreaming – The Art
Hello and welcome to NoLiesPlease Hypnosis for the art of lucid dreaming. Lucid dreaming is being aware that you’re dreaming. You’re the director instead of just an actor. You can do or experience anything you want. Hypnosis is a natural experience of focused imagination. When you visualize a specific future it rewrites your mind to perform how you want. Hypnosis is not sleep. You’ll naturally leave it if you need to. You are aware during hypnosis and will remember what happened. This recording is meant to be listened to before you go to sleep. It will help you sleep and have sweet dreams.