10 Steps to Lucid Dreams Android Review
By Simon Burns On 23 Jul, 2013 At 05:22 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments


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10 Steps to Lucid Dreams, available for Android via Google Play for the low price of 99p, is a very different kind of app, that covers a very different kind of subject, lucid dreaming.

A lucid dream is one of those kinds of dreams that you wake up within the dream and consciously realise that you are in a dream. Now, that happens to us all on the rarest of occasions, but it is entirely possible to get this to happen on a regular basis, and to even gain complete control of these dreams, while you are ‘in them’.

So, want to know what it is like to fly, or to be super rich, or to do, well, anything your imagination can come up with, and what is more, to be able to actually experience it as lucidly as a real life experience? Well, 10 Steps to Lucid Dreams claims to be able to help you make it happen.

Here, straight from the developer, are some of the app’s features:10-steps-to-lucid-dreams-new-app

Learn how to have lucid dreams in 10 detailed tutorials – written by an experienced lucid dreamer. This incredible life skill will enable you to control and explore your dreamworld in amazing detail. During the course, you’ll discover the fundamental mindset of a lucid dreamer, learning practices to increase your dream recall and dream intensity, and bring instantaneous lucid awareness into your dreams. Fly like Superman, warp The Matrix like Neo, and speak with your inner dream self, Inception-style! This slick yet simple app will take you by the hand and lead you down the rabbit hole… into the extraordinary realm of lucid dreaming.

The app itself is decent looking, and works well, and the step by step instructions are extremely detailed and very comprehensive. The app tries to guide you the best way it can, and I can’t fault the effort in any way.

So, did it work? Was I able to ‘control my dream?’. Well, no I wasnt, after a week of trying I wasnt able to have a lucid dream, even though I am pretty sure I did everything the app asked of me, although I did feel as if I was in the right ‘state’ or ‘zone’ a couple of times, I was unable to take that last step.

However, I do get the feeling that lucid dreaming is not too far away for me, and I will keep trying and report back here if and when it ever happens. I can’t fault the app for this, as it can take  a long time to have that first controlled dream.

What you have here is a comprehensive guide that is packed with detail and will get you well on your way to having a lucid dream. It hasn’t worked for me *yet*, but don’t let that deter you from buying what is the very best app out there for would be lucid dreamers.

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