Youngest lucid dream author?

Lucid dreaming triggers creativity, and my 4-year-old daughter woke up the other week announcing she wanted to make a book of her favourite lucid dreams like asking a silver crown to fly her to the moon, whizzing down the biggest water slide in the world and being a 91-year-old surrounded by trees. She went for it and has collaged lots of pages using glitter glue, bits of crepe paper, wool, sequins and acrylic paints, as well as cutting out and sticking in pictures of witches and unicorns she coloured in with felt-tips. If the dream can be described very simply, she writes it, and if not, I write the dream in silver pen around her artwork. Go Yasmin!

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2 Responses to “Youngest lucid dream author?”

  1. Ruppa, April 13, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    My mother taught me lucid dreaming when I was this age too, lost the habit through when I grew up and can’t seem to get it back, only some nights when I watch the images and seem to move through space as I fall asleep.

  2. Clare Jay, April 28, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    Hi Ruppa,
    amazing that your mother taught you lucid dreaming. Watching the imagery that appears as you fall asleep could take you straight into a lucid dream if you manage to stay alert, sounds like you’re very nearly there 🙂

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