PTSD Can Be CURED In Your Lucid Dreams
Written by Ian Schranze on September 11th 2016
PTSD has been researched for decades, and after countless studies, science has determined that trauma, fears, and anguish can be controlled and regulated in your lucid dreams.

What is a lucid dream?

A lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. 

During lucid dreaming, the dreamer may be able to have control over the dream characters, narrative, and environment. 

If you are having recurring nightmares, then lucid dreaming can drastically improve your life.

Through a proven process, you can control your nightmares, understand the underlying cause of the pain and trauma, and come to terms with it.

Once you reach this level of understanding, you will no longer have nightmares.  

Instead, you can use your dream time for fun things like fantasies, acting out your deepest desires, flying around the world, and building cities.

With a proven system, lucid dreaming consistently is possible.  With the right guidance, you can improve your dream world, which will also improve your waking mind.

Ian Schranze

Ian Schranze helps people have lucid dreams to conquer trauma, fears, and anguish.  He is an expert at helping people get consistent lucid dreams using paradigm shifting methods and making things super simple to understand.

If you're interested in having lucid dreams and conquering your nightmares, then definitely reach out and request a free strategy session today.
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