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Dreams are places where we feel safe. Also, creative dreams make us more self-confident. Thanks to this trust, our creativity increases. Here are a few tips to make your dreams and daily life more creative:
1. Get inspired by your bedside book
Memory works best when something is learned right before bedtime. Fill your brain with new ideas and inspiration before bed and give your mind some work to do while you sleep. Reading before bed is a great approach to prepare your brain for creative thought, whether it’s fiction, a business book, or something that inspires and enriches your job. When you go to bed the night before, you can wake up with a new idea you don’t have.
2. Ask yourself the question you’re trying to answer
When you’re getting ready to go to bed or lying down with the lights off, ask yourself the question you’re dealing with during your creative work. You can do this out loud or to yourself. It’s pretty easy to ask a question to the internal system. It doesn’t seem to matter whether it’s loud or silent. Just before bedtime, encouraging your brain to consider a difficult subject will assist your inner system go on the proper path. The key, then, is to do something to help you forget to ask the question – perhaps focus or read on your breath – to help speed up the part of your brain that runs quietly in the background.
3. Encourage lucid dreaming
Lucid, a dream is a dream when you’re aware that you’re actually dreaming. According to psychophysiologist and lucid dream experts, We can stay in the dream and then use it to somehow discover impossible truths (1)
To achieve this clear dream state, it is necessary to practice and train your brain to understand that you are dreaming. Several ways to do this involve asking yourself during the day if you are dreaming, so that you will remember to do the same in your subconscious while in a dream. Waking up in the middle of the night, remembering a dream you are having, and then going back to sleep, being aware that you are having this dream can also help you get into the lucid dream state. LaBerge calls these steps clear dreaming or elemental induction of mild technique (2)
Research says that Lucid would give you “great freedom” about the dream (3). “Because we are largely limited in waking life, you are not limited to the usual laws of physics, laws of society, and other external restrictions on you. You’re limited to what the limits of the mind can be.”
Thanks to these techniques, you can understand that your dreams have become more creative. One can understand easily that creativity and dreams make one’s life enjoyable.
Try the Dreambook app if you want to decipher your creative dreams and master your unconscious. Dreambook is an easy to use, digital dream journal. Dream journaling can help you with your lucid dreams, as well as your normal dreams. Explore your dreams through Dreambook today!