Binaural Beats For Lucid Dreaming

Lucid Dreaming With Binaural Beats

image is of soft watch by salvador daliI couldn’t think of a better image to include here when I think about lucid dreaming.

And let’s face it, if you’ve done any dream work at all you know just how out of sync they can sometimes be.

To the point of downright weird. So Dali does a great job at actually giving a visual to some of what I’ve experienced when lucid dreaming.

I don’t think I intentionally thought to do it, adding binaural beats I mean, it just seemed to be a side effect if you will to using the binaurals on a daily basis.

All be it a pleasant surprise, it was a bit disturbing at first. Dreams began to get clearer, more vivid and far more active. Just trying to keep track of everything that was occurring, the attempts at slowing them down to experience what was going on was something of a chore.

What I also began to realize that my lucid dreaming was seeming to occur in a very tight time span, that time just before waking. I would begin to wake up, look at a clock then drift back off. After what seemed hours I would roll over and begin to fully awake and only 10 or fifteen minutes had gone by.

I also found by doing this that I could write down and remember exactly what had gone on for a large part of the dreaming from the nights adventures.

As a additional note here, I recently put together a few audios in a number of different frequencies to test them out, just like normal i guess. Being the guinea pig sometimes is a good thing right?

So, what did I find? These audios work real well at making my dreams pretty much crystal clear. I can walk, talk and work in them. And if you have ever worked with your dreamtime you know what I’m talking about.

So, here is the audio I have been using. I have used 3hz to 8 Hz isochronic tones with a bit of binaural in the background with an overlay of natural sounds, not so much to mask the tones but to enhance it a bit.

Listening to the tones sometimes gets a bit dull. The music and sounds over top make it a lot easier for you to use in the background while you’re checking emails or bouncing around on the web, studying whatever. Then for some reason they stick with you and even 5 or 6 hours later when you go to bed, they still work to enhance your dreams.

Check it out or download it below

 Talk soon.


  1. Tom Chavez July 3, 2017 at 3:11 am

    Absolutely incredible post, I love the idea of a Binaural Beats.Pretty good post.

  2. BBeats Tips August 23, 2017 at 7:34 am

    Thanks Tom, appreciated.

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