Senses Initiated Lucid Dreaming
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Senses Initiated Lucid Dreaming
This popular lucid dreaming induction technique, also known as the Cycling Technique, is easy to learn and highly effective.
Senses Initiated Lucid Dreaming, (SSILD), involves a process of creating a cycle which consists of exploring each of your primary senses of sight, hearing, and touch. It works by making your mind focus on your surroundings so that when you enter sleep again you are more likely to have a lucid dream. Doing it at a time when REM sleep is at its highest means there is a greater chance of success. Luigi Sciambarella, an experienced lucid dreamer and teacher of lucid dreaming techniques, guides you through this cycling process. Track 1 is the primer, to do before you sleep. Track 2 is to be used after you have slept about five hours, practicing the technique at different speeds, and then falling back into sleep.
Music by Christopher Lloyd Clarke, licensed by Enlightened Audio. Executive Producer Garrett Stevens. Engineered and mastered by Kevin Cowan.
Another title by Luigi Sciambarella is Wake-Induced Lucid Dreaming.
Luigi Sciambarella’s journey into the exploration of consciousness began at an early age. This wasn’t deliberate, as answers to some of life’s biggest questions arrived before he had a chance to ask them! His early non-physical and lucid dreaming experiences left him with the knowledge that there is much more going on than what we can perceive through our physical senses.
As Luigi progressed through school and university, he became increasingly interested in understanding different aspects of mind and consciousness; which resulted in obtaining a BSc in Psychology. While the degree itself didn’t really answer any of his questions, it was during his time at university that he was involved in many personal experiments involving hypnosis and Hemi-Sync®. As in childhood, his experiences took off, and he had many OBEs and lucid dreams, maintaining a detailed journal ever since.
After being introduced to Bob Monroe's tools and research, he became very interested in the simplicity of using non-invasive technology to explore and expand human potential. After life-changing experiences during The Monroe Institute’s programs, Luigi decided to become an Outreach Trainer to help as many people as possible to experience more of their total selves, while enjoying this great opportunity for his own personal growth.
As a Residential Trainer, Luigi is dedicated to bringing more weekend and residential programs to the UK, as well as globally. He is an avid lucid dreamer, and together with trainer Thomas Hasenberger, designed the Lucid Dreaming Intensive program in 2013, which they have been conducting at TMI and globally.
Visit monroeinstituteuk.org to learn more.
What is Mind Food®
Mind Food® titles incorporate verbal guidance and/or subtle sound effects along with specially blended Hemi-Sync frequencies and sound patterns designed to help you achieve and sustain synchronized brain wave activity in both hemispheres of your brain. As with Metamusic recordings, Mind Food selections are available for a wide variety of uses ranging from meditations or focused attention to stress management and sleep enhancement, or for other practical everyday applications.
This one works!
By vosjonjoe (verified owner)
I have trouble visualizing so this program worked well for me. I havent had a lucid dream with it yet but have felt vibrations and had intense, vivid, and colorful dreams after using the tape. I would highly recommend anyone who has trouble with visualization style tapes to try this one. Also, do it in the morning. My best results came from listening to it between 3-5 in the morning.
By wrwoodjr (verified owner)
I’ve been wanting to achieve a lucid dream state for some time but had never managed. After learning about Hemi Sync and listening to a podcast interview with Beth Haley I came here to browse and found this gem. Last night I listened to the primer just before turning in, and set my alarm for 4am. At 4 I got up, moved around a bit, got myself awake enough then settled into the main recording….and dropped into my first lucid dream! Seriously, first try and there I was arguing with myself as to whether or not I was really dreaming. I’ll definitely be back for more Hemi Sync and plan to get his Wake Induced Lucid Dreaming title very soon.