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Lucid dreaming, also known as dream yoga, has been used for centuries by Tibetan Buddhists and Taoists to reach enlightenment. The practice begins with recognizing that you are dreaming and then sustaining that awareness. Next, you learn to control the content of your dreams. Dream yoga has been shown to help with addiction, phobias and more. The Lucidity Institute is holding a nine-day workshop in Kalani, Hawaii called Lucid Dreaming, Consciousness and Dream Yoga, October 1-10. For more information, visit www.lucidity.com/DAA/index.html. Does anyone practice dream yoga?