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The Quest for a Lucid Dream Orgasm

MindTrip MagazineSara Bramlett achieved her first lucid dream-orgasm last year. She wrote about it on the subreddit devoted to lucid dreaming, where she described the experience as “earth-shattering.” She had been dreaming about Jon Snow from Game of Thrones, and then suddenly, they were fucking and she was coming—as real as in her waking life, but with all the fantasy of a dream.

This wasn’t just a regular sleep-orgasm, though. Bramlett had manufactured the scenario through a lucid dream: an awareness that you’re dreaming while the dream is taking place, where you can exert some control over what happens in the dream. Although many focus on achieving the impossible during their lucid dreams—telekinesis, flying, shapeshifting—Bramlett is not the only woman interested in lucid dream orgasms.

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Sleep and Grow Rich

Prosper While You sleepExcerpt from the free book
Prosper While You Sleep

95% of all human problems stem from a negative mind. This figure includes such traits as timidity, domestic discord, business failure, bad memory, tenseness, unhappiness, worry, etc.

You can do something about it… while you sleep!

You are a mind with a body attached, not a body with a mind attached! Realize this and you are on your way to self-mastery. This is the new approach to the Conscious Mind through the other level that never sleeps, the Creative Mind. What you will discover is priceless!

This free book shows how to use the deepest thinking part of you, while you sleep, to get whatever you want out of life . . . money, personal influence, love, respect and admiration. At will, you can direct your Creative Mind to assist you in solving problems . . . making the right decisions … in creating ways and means of great achievement . . . over night!

With this technique you can sleep on it and awake in the morning with answers so
clear-cut you will be amazed!

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The Power of Daydreaming

It’s no secret that most of us daydream at least once throughout the day, but what you might not have known is that daydreaming is actually GOOD for your daily productivity.

The news we’ve all been waiting for — justification for having our heads in the clouds. No, I’m not talking about taking an all-expense paid vacation to Mt. Everest, but the daydreaming that takes us to Mr. Everest while looking out the window at the busy street below. You may be thinking, “Sure, tell that to my boss!“, but I’m going to make it even easier for you… Send this post to your boss to read. (and I’ll make sure my boss reads it too!)

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