REM Dreamer

NZ$290.09

Approx USD$209.95

There is a state of consciousness in which any human being could experience anything imaginable. Each of us holds within us infinite possibilities. How many of us ever have the opportunity to taste even a hint of them? If we speak of our fantasies of wider vistas of life, we talk of our "dreams." In our dreams, we are free.

Lucid Dreaming is not a modern discovery. Even though it has only come to the attention of the general public in the last few decades, even as early as the fifth century people were having lucid dreams. In fact, it is in the fifth century that we have the earliest written evidence of a lucid dream - in a letter written by St. Augustine in 415 A.D.

" I had my first Lucid Dream my second night! Now I'm exploring whole new worlds!"
- Tracy, New York

And even as early as the eighth century, the tibetan buddhists were practising a form of yoga designed to maintain full waking consciousness while in the dream state. These ancient dream yogis possessed an unequivocal understanding of dreams, which is equal to, if not more advanced, than the knowledge we now possess today.

The dream yogis retreated more and more deeply into themselves until they started to dream, and they did so without ever losing conscious awareness. According to the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the yogis had almost total control over broad aspects of these "waking dreams."

A significant figure in lucid dreaming history is the Marquis d'Hervey de Saint-Denys. He was one of the greatest nineteenth century pioneers of lucid dreaming, an industrious and dedicated experimenter who recorded his dreams from the age of thirteen years old.

In 1867, he first published his book Dreams and how to Guide Them, in which he documented more than twenty years of his own research into dreams. In the book, the Marquis describes the sequential development of his ability to control his dreams, first increasing his dream recall, then becoming aware that he was dreaming. Lastly, he tells us how he became able to awaken from his dreams at will. The Marquis d'Hervey de Saint-Denys was probably the first person to demonstrate that it is possible for anyone to learn to dream consciously.

Next came the man to who we owe the term "lucid dreaming", a dutch psychiatrist and dream researcher by the name of Frederik Willems Van Eeden. He coined the term "lucid dreams" to those dreams where the dreamer knows that they are dreaming. Though he was interested in all aspects of dreaming, he found that these lucid dreams aroused his keenest interest. At first he presented his ideas in a fictional book entitled The Bride of Dreams, because the fictional guise
allowed him to freely deal with delicate matters. Then, in 1913, he presented a paper on lucid dreams to the Society for Psychical Research reporting on 352 of his lucid dreams collected between 1898 and 1912 History of lucid Dreaming

Lucid dreaming is dreaming while being aware that you are dreaming. Lucid dreaming advocates strive to control and guide their dreams. Some desire to avoid recurring nightmares. Others desire fun. Some New Age lucid dreamers, however, believe that lucid dreaming is essential for self-improvement and personal growth.

With lucidity comes an astonishing, exhilarating feeling of freedom -- the knowledge that you can do anything, unbound by any laws of physics or society. One of the first joys of many lucid dreamers is flying: soaring like a bird, freed from the restraints of gravity. From there, people can go on to discover the vast power of lucid dreaming for transforming their lives.

YOU Can Master These AMAZING Skills...

Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D., claims that lucid dreaming is a priceless treasure that belongs to each of us. This treasure, the ability to dream lucidly, gives us the opportunity to experience anything imaginable -- to overcome limitations, fears, and nightmares, to explore our minds, to enjoy incredible adventure, and to discover transcendent consciousness.

Can Lucid dreaming be proved? ~ Yes, it was first scientifically proved by the scientist Stephen LaBerge and his team. When you sleep your bodies main muscles are in paralysis to stop you hurting yourself. One of the few muscles not to be effected are the eyes, the REM (rapid eye movement).

To prove lucidity LeBerge used himself as the first subject. Whilst in a lucid dream he signaled with a set pattern of eye movements the moment when he had achieved the lucid state. When he was lucid they recorded his brain waves and conducted various experiments

Can anyone do it?
Yes, some take longer than others to achieve lucidity, it can come with the first dream or it can take more practice. Sometimes when you've been trying so hard for so long, you give up and it just happens. I personally think that some people have the right brains for lucid dreaming, its a bit like being good at the guitar, everyone can learn but some do find it easier than others.

And using electronic Lucid Dreaming devices just males it that much easier Is it safe? Well you cannot be harmed in your lucid dreams, you are the dreamer, you and only you are in control. I've never heard of anyone who's felt real serious pain in a lucid dream. Also the old wives tale goes that if you die in your dream you die in real life! Well I've heard lucid dreamers say they died in the dream world and they woke to tell the story

 

Lucid Dreaming FAQ

Did you know that in the same way humanity has made progress in the fields of medicine, transportation and communication that progress has been made in inducing and stabilizing different states of consciousness?

Lucid Dreaming FAQ

In the past it took a lot of time and effort to gain success in the practice of lucid dreaming. These days, thanks to research in modern dream laboratories in the USA and Europe, and thanks to the invention of state-of-the-art lucid dreaming devices, the path to lucid dreaming is faster and easier than ever before.

Some years ago two devices, the DreamLight and the NovaDreamer were created and marketed in the USA. Both used advanced technology to help their users achieve lucid dreams. These devices sold for anywhere from US $400-$1000. At the present time, manufacture of both devices has been discontinued.

" Now instead of wasting up to Eight Hours Every Single Day with normal sleep, by mastering the art of lucid dreaming I am now able to enjoy truly mind blowing experiences every night!

Nova Pro

But now a similar (and in some ways superior) device has been produced in Europe. This new device, the REM-Dreamer, features new technology not available in the NovaDreamer to help you recognize and stabilize lucidity in your dreams. REM-Dreamer also contains LCD display, which was not available in the NovaDreamer. Thanks to LCD display working with the REM-Dreamer is very easy, much easier than with the NovaDreamer.

The REM-Dreamer consists of circuit board tucked inside the mask and LCD display connectable to the board. There are two lines in the LCD. Upper line shows menu entry (for instance: 1. Delay time), lower line shows value of parameter of the menu entry (for instance: 00:10:00 of the delay time).
There are 13 menu entries on LCD display:
1. Delay time.
2. Preset.
3. Flash brightness.
4. Sound volume.
5. Cue length.
6. Cue frequency.
7. Length of series of cues.
8. DreamAlarm.
9. TWC.
10. REM detector test.
11. Generated series of cues.
12. REM detector sensitivity.
13. Turn off the REM-Dreamer

The REM-Dreamer uses infrared sensors to detect when you are in REM (dreaming) sleep. At that point the REM-Dreamer gives you sound and light cues (beeps and flashing lights) to remind you that you are dreaming. Thus, external world stimuli are transferred to the world of your dreams, and it becomes easy to achieve lucidity.

In their work in dream laboratories researchers discovered that external world stimuli reach the dreaming mind but are "reinterpreted" within dreams in order to enable the dreamer to remain asleep. In this way the dreamer is protected from frequent awakenings.
For example, if a dreamer's face is sprinkled with water when he or she enters REM sleep, the dreamer might report rain in their dream. Or, if a dreamer is exposed to perfume, the dream might include a dancing partner and a ball.

The REM-Dreamer uses this technique of reinterpretation by providing the dreamer's mind with preset visual and/or audio cues (flashes and beeps) which help the dreamer understand that they are dreaming. For instance, when the REM-Dreamer displays a flashing light the dreamer may dream of sunlight reflecting in a window pane, an ambulance with its lights flashing, or a camera's flash. The dreamer learns to recognize these signs in dreams, and these signs become the dreamer's gateway to lucidity.

The great Taoist master Chuang Tzu once dreamt that he was a butterfly fluttering here and there. In the dream he had no awareness of his individuality as a person. He was only a butterfly. Suddenly, he awoke and found himself laying there, a person once again. But then he thought to himself, "Was I before a man who dreamt about being a butterfly, or am I now a butterfly who dreams about being a man?"

The REM-Dreamer now features a new method of inducing lucid dreams. Our newest model enables two-way communication between the sleeping person and the REM-Dreamer. Researchers have confirmed that, while sleeping and dreaming, people move their eyes in the same directions that they do in their dreams. This fact helped inspire the creation of the TWC (Two-Way-Communication) technology. The TWC technology enables communication between the REM-Dreamer and the sleeping person during the dreaming state.

For instance, when the TWC feature is turned on the REM-Dreamer begins to generate a series of cues of increasing intensity when it senses that dreaming has begun. When the level of these cues has increased sufficiently to reach the dreaming mind the dreamer has the option of signaling back to the REM-Dreamer by moving his or her eyes in a predetermined manner (within the dream state) and, on sensing that movement, the REM-Dreamer will stop generating cues.
When the TWC feature is turned off the intensity of the cues is pre-selected by the user and does not change throughout the night. For some users, this meant that the intensity of the cues was too weak to reach the mind, or too strong, resulting in the dreamer being awakened.
When the TWC feature is turned on the intensity of the cues can be adjusted from the dream. Thus, the chances of lucid dreaming are increased much.

The REM-Dreamer is the first lucid dream induction device in the world, which uses this technique and technology. In addition, the newest REM-Dreamer still includes the simple and easy-to-use settings of inducing lucid dreaming without TWC. Both methods can be used

The REM-Dreamer can enhance dream recall and shorten the time needed to learn lucid dreaming. Many people have used the REM-Dreamer as their primary method to learn lucid dreaming. As their abilities in lucid dreaming increase, the TWC technology can be utilized to enhance and deepen the lucid dream state.

" Starting the FIRST NIGHT! It has been getting easier each night to choose what I want to dream about"
-Joe G, Colorado

The REM-Dreamer kit comes with a very comfortable sleeping mask with a small printed circuit board tucked inside that detects REM sleep, giving cues in the form of flashes or beeps.

The kit also includes LCD display, device connectable to the REM-Dreamer board, which allows the user to adjust all settings very easily. The user can use any of several simple presets, or can customize the number of sounds and light flashes, their volume and brilliance, frequency per second, and duration. In addition, the REM sensor can be set to accurately track your personal REM eyeball movement. The device comes with the user's manual (36 pages).

The REM-Dreamer has given many people the opportunity to experience lucid dreaming, and the opportunity to use this natural state of consciousness to program their subconscious, influence their behavior, explore the world of the mind, and work with habits of body and mind, depending on their own needs and desires.

Out of Body Experience FAQ

Lucid Dreaming FAQ

Imagine Controlling Your Dreams!
Research shows that dreams are important to your overall well-being and can affect your health and success. They provide access to your innermost desires, open gateways for inspiration and creativity, reveal answers to problems and fears, and increase productivity.

Experience Adventures of a Lifetime!
Explore strange worlds
Fulfill your wildest fantasies
Do the things you'd never dare to do
Tap Creative Inspiration

Grasp your inner source of creativity
Create your dream art
Stimulate ideas
Solve problems
Enhance Your Abilities

Enhance skills in sports, music, public speaking, gaining confidence
Safe, fun and easy to learn
Overcome Anxiety And Fears

Enjoy new freedom in your waking life
Resolve and alleviate recurring nightmares
Defeat fear of public speaking

Psychologists including Freud called dreams the doorway into your unconscious. The Lucid Dreamer makes it easy to enter all of your dreams for self-discovery, creativity, and becoming a more powerful personality.

The field of Lucid Dreaming will raise the consciousness of people at this critical time in our development, where our world is changing at an accelerated rate."

The REM-Dreamer kit comes with a very comfortable sleep mask with a small printed circuit board tucked inside that detects REM sleep, giving cues in the form of flashes or beeps.

The user can use any of several simple presets, or can customize the number of sounds and light flashes, their volume and brilliance, frequency per second, and duration. In addition, the REM sensor can be set to accurately track your personal REM eyeball movement. The device comes with the user's manual (36 pages)

REM-Dreamer Lucid Dream Induction
 

The REM-Dreamer uses infrared sensors to detect when you are in REM (dreaming) sleep. At that point the REM-Dreamer gives you sound and light cues (beeps and flashing lights) to remind you that you are dreaming. Thus, external world stimuli are transferred to the world of your dreams, and it becomes easy to achieve lucidity

The REM-Dreamer now features a new method of inducing lucid dreams. Our newest model enables two-way communication between the sleeping person and the REM-Dreamer. Researchers have confirmed that, while sleeping and dreaming, people move their eyes in the same directions that they do in their dreams. This fact helped inspire the creation of the TWC (Two-Way-Communication) technology. The TWC technology enables communication between the REM-Dreamer and the sleeping person during the dreaming state

The REM-Dreamer is the first lucid dream induction device in the world, which uses this technique and technology. In addition, the newest REM-Dreamer still includes the simple and easy-to-use settings of inducing lucid dreaming without TWC. Both methods can be used
.

REM-Dreamer Pro

In the Pro version of REM-Dreamer,one can record and play voice messages Scripts,,to aid in reaching lucid dreaming states faster



REM Dreamer

NZ$290.09

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