Waking Life is a movie about a young man in a persistent lucid dream-like state. The entire film was shot using digital video and then a team of artists using computers drew stylized lines and colors over each frame. I haven’t seen the full movie yet but these clips made it clear to me that it’s certainly a movie that I have to check out.

Thanks to grant for pointing it out to me.
Fear Or Laziness

Existentialism

Lucid Dream Techniques

Bonus: Movie Trailer

1 COMMENT

  1. The ultimate lucid dream is life. The trick is to become consciously lucid enough in life to change reality’s content.

  2. @nicholas: First of all: Welcome! And thanks for your comment.

    What are your experiences within this area? What experiments have you done in life that changed ‘reality’s content’?

  3. Thank you for the welcome. I appreciate that indeed.

    I own a site called Conscious Flex, I dedicate my life to grow and contributing grow, so my experience in this area is vast.

    I have successful changed content in many areas of my life. However, there are two areas in my life that I transformed in which seem to score high on the ‘popularity level’:

    1. I managed to quit my fulltime job and invest my fulltime in blogging, which is my passion.

    2. I managed to evolve my sleeping pattern to 45 minutes of sleep every 24 hours.

    I linked my site to the profile page on here, if you are curious in hearing more.

    Thank you again for the pleasant welcome. I will be here often 🙂

  4. @nicholas: Thanks.

    Wow! 45 minutes of sleep per day…. I’ll have to look into that. Could you mail me the articles that are a must read if you want to experience this yourself?

    PS I checked out your website. Seems very interesting. Keep up the good work!

    PS How many posts do you write per day?

  5. I watched this movie some years ago. I enjoyed the animation technique that was used, especially in some kind of surrealistic scenes, where for example items in the background start “flowing” or moving around. I liked some dialogues in the movie, but I think generaly subjects mentioned (or maybe it is the way they are mentioned and discussed) apeal mostly to people age 15-16 and not to “sensitive and aware” but elderly audience.

  6. @Fresh Creation

    Yes I will email you with the content you need.

    I consider the posts I write to be very important and I don’t want to overload people, so I leave the articles up for a while before I post another one.

    I just do other things to get more subscribers. Like commenting 😉