Lucid dreaming is a state where you’re asleep, but aware that you’re dreaming. Charlie Morley says that almost anyone can learn how to do it. He’s a teacher of lucid dreaming and a student of Buddhism. Charlie says that not only is lucid dreaming fun — like a virtual reality simulation — but it has therapeutic benefits. Scientists have studied its effects in treating post-traumatic stress and improving athletes’ performance. Charlie believes that more research will teach us more about this strange state of consciousness.

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