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Tuesday, 25 January 2022

Lucid Dreaming Experts: Scientist

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Snorers explore the dream world via lucid dreaming free from the constraints of space, time and energy. Many of them go through lucid dreaming that leads to discoveries in the field of science and research. That's why lucid dreaming also assists researchers and scientists to scrutinize dreams in other ways to discover the world's hidden realities.

If any of you are interested in lucid dreaming, read the whole writing to know about researchers and scientists who were also expert lucid dreamers and benefit from their experiences.

How Scientists Benefit from Lucid Dreaming?

Lucid dreaming is a natural way to attain more control over the mind and speculated processes to enhance research by scientists. Lucid dreaming practice makes them aware of their actions and gives a better understanding of the research. When going through LD, scientists get more ideas, solutions and cultivate further ideas for research and studies.

Popular Scientist Who Invented during Lucid Dreams

Here is a record of some top lucid dreamers and their introduction.

  • Stephen LaBerge

Stephen LaBerge is a researcher, psychologist, and director of Lucidity Institute; he completed his PhD in lucid dreaming in 1980 and developed techniques for lucid dreaming for himself and others. His noticeable techniques MILD is manipulated in many forms of dream experimentation. LaBerge wrote many books and created videos about LD.

  • Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was a genius inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer. He went beyond the level of lucid dreaming. He is also known for his many revolutionary developments in the field of electromagnetism. The design of modern alternating current (AC) electrical supply systems are also contributed by Tesla. He also came up with many scientific claims, which remained unresolved till 70 years after his death. Tesla was also nicknamed "Mad Scientists".

  • Richard Phillips Feynman

Richard Feynman was a theoretical physicist. He works with quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics and the parton model etc. He also received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. In this national bestseller writing "Surely You're Joking, Mr Feynman!". He wrote a complete chapter on lucid dreaming about his experiments. He also gave a detailed explanation of how lucid dreams influenced him.

  • Friedrich August Kekulé

August Kekulé was an organic chemist. He was known as the principal founder of the theory of chemical structure, Tetravalence of Carbon and particularly the Kekulé structure of benzene. He worked on how the atoms are arranged in benzene structure and tried many times during lucid dreams. After a lucid dream, he successfully discovered the cyclic structure of Benzene.

  • Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev

Mendeleev was an inventor and chemist. He is known as the founder of the Periodic table of elements and Periodic law. He was working on a logical way to organize the chemical elements and had many sleepless nights. He fell asleep on his desk, and in a lucid dream, he saw a table where all elements fell into their proper place as required. This dream led to the discovery of the Periodic Table in chemistry.

 

These experts had first-hand experience as lucid dreamers; they taught their findings to other people and made their lives more comfortable and better.