This company claims to have developped a sleeping mask that enables you to lucid dream… think it’s legit? Anyone going to try them?
it sounds interesting, i would try it if i they sent me it for free.
I would feel like i was cheating. Like some sort of inorganic incapable-of-doing-it-without-a-mask cyborg. But then again I also had a bit of a problem taking supplements like 5-HTP.
Just cos I’d rather do it without anything’s help, you know?
Maybe i’d borrow it off my friend and use it to find out ways of becoming lucid by asking myself inside the dream. Supposing the thing works and doesnt just inhibit your getting to sleep.
How much is it?
wow a headband with a timer and 6 led’s? I hope they don’t try to market it for very much… They’re coming out with consumer EEG headbands that pick up the electromagnetic static coming off your head.They should combine these two ideas and make 1 band that triggers when your brain starts getting active in REM.
I’ve heard that you can’t even notice or adjust the light levels in lucid dreams, that it’s always a static ‘lit’. That this will lead you on the path to self discovery is a big claim, I doubt it would even trigger lucidity. Any product that fills their website with colors and accessories and prices instead of research and reports is a scam imo.
Your mind loses itself when it falls asleep, even if the red lights pierced the dream, I’ve had music and smells and sounds seep into my dreams before and i’m no more likely to notice, my brain just rolls with it and the dream adapts. Even moments that I am lucid are so fleeting, I’m lost back in the dream usually by the next sentence a character spits out.
what if in the future there won`t be any 3D virtual worlds generated by computers but there will be equipment that manipulates your brain during dreaming so that the brain itself generates the worlds and it`s characters with whom you interact, those characters could also be other dreamers in a network….
There have been lucid dreaming masks before, such as the Novadreamer. They do work.
The remee is cheaper, more aesthetic, more comfortable, and more efficient, and should I mention well marketed.
I know what you mean about cheating to get there, however that is like saying “using psychedelics to bring one closer to mindfulness and enlightenment is cheating”. Oftentimes we want to achieve something more when we see it. Kind of like visualization. Lucid dreaming is much easier after the first time; it’s a totally unfamiliar head-space for most ,so it’s difficult to tap into. The Remee helps that first time come sooner, and also spreads the idea of Lucid Dreaming to a wider audience which can include lazy people that won’t put in the effort to learn lucid dreaming naturally.
@crackedout6pack, Aw what the heck just try it man :) it’s all the mindset about lucid dreaming, you’re only as inorganic as you think you are. Some might say “aw it’s breaking the seal of natural lucid dreaming”, but then what about the people using laptops and that to find out information when in retrospect peopl eused books, people before books used communication and bla bla. Buy it if you have the dough and tell me if it works!
Ok my computer tripped out then- what I meant to say was there are iPhone apps that claim to help in a similar way which would be just as effective (if either will really help ) you could end up just incorporating the lights into your dream though – has anyone heard their alarm in the morning and for a few minutes it’s been in their dream but you don’t click that your dreaming?
I think I would prefer to take the natural steps to reach my lucid dreams.
So, lucid dreaming has been a recurrently discussed in this site. I found this product, tell me what you think about it… it sounds AMAZING.. I’ll definitely be getting mine soon. :)