The Importance of Being Lucid in Dreams and in Life
  • The takeaway from this week’s episode is … being lucid lets you see everything.
  • Here’s what this will do for you … your whole life will change.
  • Here’s what I want you to do with it … imagine living your life fully present. Write down what you think that is.


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What does it mean to have a lucid dream?

How do lucid dreams apply to your life? Unlike the material world with its inherent limitations, the dream world is infinite – anything is possible when you are in a lucid dream.

Being lucid in the dream means that you are aware, while in the dream that you are dreaming.

You instantly become a manifester of anything that comes into your reality. You become the director of your own dream movie. You can change things, you can be at different locations at the same time, you can live out your fantasies, or even address situations and problems that keep you stuck in your daily life. The lucid dream expands and triggers your waking consciousness and vice versa.

Being lucid is radical awareness.

The heightened awareness you experience when you are lucid is not like daydreaming during the day and just mentally drifting off. To even have a lucid dream introduces you to the possibility that you are able to be just as aware in your daily life as you are in a lucid dream. To achieve this, write down everything that happens in your lucid dream. The clarity is in writing down the details of your lucid experience. This is the same process you take when you have those lucid moments in waking life, on your way to becoming more conscious.

You cannot depend on an occasional lucid dream to bring you into this superior awareness, you must start now, in your day-to-day life. Start by slowing down to become aware of your surroundings. Write down what was unusual or out of the ordinary each day. Use Linda’s Guided Journal Writing System, 4-qualifying questions that will turn lucidity into a daily occurrence.

What the lucid dreams will teach you is how to tap into and connect to the guidance that we are always sending you, whether you are in a lucid dream or just going through your daily routine.


  • Once you step out of the mass-consciousness mindset, being lucid will feel like radical awareness.
  • Write down your lucid dreams because they will remind you of your personal power and what’s possible.
  • Become lucid in your dreams and daily life so you will always know what to do and when to do it.

HOW IT WORKS: Being lucid in a dream happens when you understand the real reason for how you feel about anything that calls your attention to it. You instantly know – you are fully present. Practice being lucid when you are not sleeping. Take the effort to write down what you are experiencing because the challenge with becoming lucid in a dream or your daily life is understanding what’s really happening while you’re in it. That’s why you must write it down exactly as it happened as soon as it happens. This is your bridge to lucidity, connecting this world with the one you came from – in 2 worlds. Lucidity is the ultimate connection to where you came from, where your Guides reside … it’s when your awareness is enhanced and anything is possible. In my book, Guided, chapter one I describe what it is like to be lucid in dreams and in life. ~ Linda Deir