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The Seat of Meta-Consciousness in the Brain - Neuroscience News
Studies employing magnetic resonance tomography have now been able to demonstrate that a specific cortical network consisting of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, the frontopolar regions and the precuneus is activated when this lucid consciousness is attained. Brain regions activated more strongly during lucid dreaming than in a normal dream. Image credited to MPI of Psychiatry
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Quote: I LOVE lucid dreaming! Everyone should learn to do it! Don't know what it is; well check this out. Seek out other people, animals or things to interact with. As you move around, notice how the 3D parallax is absolutely perfect, with the vanishing points moving slower than things near you. Listen quietly and see if your unconscious is playing music for you. If it is, sometimes it may be a tune you know but often it will be a new kind of music that’s rich and almost angelic.
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Blue Apatite: Is said to be a cleansing influence on the auric field, especially in the mental body- the vibratory level associated with psychic perception and paranormal abilities. It is stimulating to visionary states and is a good stone to keep in ones pillow case for lucid dreaming and astral travel. Love that it looks like a tree.
Review of Galantamine: the Lucid Dreaming Pill | Dream Studies Portal
Galantamine: The lucid dreaming pill. This natural supplement has been used for centuries in China as a memory enhancer, and was even noted by the ancient Greeks for its powerful mind-inducing effects. This natural supplement has been used for centuries in China as a memory enhancer, with powerful mind-inducing effects.
Throughout human history, dreams and their meaning have both fascinated and intrigued humanity. The earliest records of dreams come from Mesopotamia, where clay tablets included accounts of dreams and how to interpret their symbolic and metaphorical imagery. The tablets were found in the library of a king who ruled in the seventh century B.C., but oral versions are believed to have circulated hundreds of years earlier.