There are lots of places you can get help to explore lucid dreaming. There is a vibrant active community who are always willing to help, many tools to assist your journey, and a growing body of research making new innovations every day.
Below is a collection of all the best Lucid Dreaming Resources I've discovered. If you get stuck you can also contact me and I'll do my best to answer any questions you might have.
Dream Views Forum - Dreamviews is the largest Lucid Dreaming Community on the web. A great place to get in touch with like minded people. The Forum covers everything to do with lucid dreaming, controlling dreams, induction techniques and people sharing their dream experiences.
The Lucidity Institute - The Lucidity Institute, was founded in 1987 by pioneering lucid dreaming researcher Dr Stephen LaBerge to support research on lucid dreams and to help people learn to use them to enhance their lives. This is the best place to find out about, or even get involved with the latest lucid dreaming research.
Awoken - Lucid Dreaming App - Includes a digital dream journal with speech to text funcitonality, ideal for recording your dreams during the night, automated reality check reminders, and dream pattern analysis to identify the most common words and themes from your dreams
Brain Evolution System - A brainwave entrianment program that works like a gym for your brain. It helps in raching deeper states of meditation, and improves the communication between your conscious and subconscious minds. Ideal training for Lucid Dreaming
Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams - This international bestseller by Professor Matthew Walker explores twenty years of cutting-edge research to solve the mystery of why sleep matters.
Exploring the World of Lucid Dreams - By Dr Stephen LaBerge, one of the pioneers of lucid dreaming research, and founder of the Lucidity Institute, this book gives a great balance of practical exercises, psychological explanations and first hand accounts of peoples lucid experiences.
Dreams of Awakening: Lucid Dreaming And Mindfulness Of Dream And Sleep - A synthesis of both eastern and western perspectives on Lucidity and Dream Yoga by Charley Morley, one of the first westerns licensed to teach lucid dreaming by the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
You can read short summaries of all these studies and other recent research on the research page or click any of the links below to download the full papers.