How to Lucid Dream Tonight Using the Best Sacred Herbs

Many dreamers I know are able to navigate their dream world with an impeccable awareness that they are dreaming.  One can even ask dream characters helpful questions about their life and actively seek out information in the dreamscape.  This can be a profound life-changing experience!  My friends and I are capable of flying at will, gaining insightful information along the way.  

Do you want to dream more at night? 

Or do you want to experience lucid dreaming, but can’t seem to get anywhere no matter how hard you try? 

In this article, I will show you how to lucid dream tonight.

Here are 4 Sacred Herbs that have been used throughout history to help master lucid dreaming:

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Wild Asparagus Root ~ Asparagus cochinchinensis

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) wild asparagus root is called “Tian Men Dong”, which translates to “Lush Winter Aerial Plant”.  It is also called Heavenly Spirit Root.  For thousands of years, this special root has been revered by Qi-gong masters, Shamans, and Tibetan Monks for its life increasing, dream-inducing and heart opening effects.

Often called “The Flying Herb”, it is said the root helps one to fly through the cosmos at night, achieving marvelous dreams.

This is also a metaphor for how prolonged use of the herb brings one’s body a lightness and buoyancy.  Ancient Chinese teachings emphasized the value of deep dream work, especially lucid dreaming.  According to traditional Chinese folk medicine, prolonged use of this special root has a particularly positive effect on opening the heart, making one more jovial and empathetic.  It is also said that the root helps dissolve or remove the contradictions that come with being human.  Mundane states are often cast away and harmony is attainedthe good, bad, yin, yang, inside and out.  

Suggested Use- This herb is best made into a tea from the freshly dried root.  Take 1-2 inches of root and simmer it in 2 cups of water for 10 minutes.  Add cream and honey for taste!  Alternatively, the freshly dried root has a gummy consistency and can be eaten raw.


Mugwort~ Artemisia vulgaris

Mugwort is a common herb found throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe.  It has a deep history whether it be medicinal, shamanic or folkloric.  For hundreds of years, especially in the middle ages, this herb was held in high esteem to protect and ward off evil.  In Celtic and Norse mythology this plant was considered a magical boon from the gods that could be hung above doorways, burnt as an incense to prevent illness or worn on the body to protect from evil spirits.

“Even to this day, this sacred plant is used in modern Pagan, Celtic and Wiccan ceremonies.”

The Chumash Indians of California and the surrounding areas called Mugwort “Molush”, which literally translates to “Dream Plant”.  It was traditionally smoked in intricate ceremonies and hailed as a powerful ward to fend off evil, bad spirits, and disease.  This herb has a reputation of being the most well-known herb for dreaming.  Many people who use this herb report increased lucidity and prolonged dreams (that seem to last for hours).  

Mugwort can sometimes bring up darker or let’s say uncomfortable dreams.  This aspect of Mugwort is very useful as it can help people get through recurring nightmares, fears and gain confidence to face the unknown.  As these darker dreams come up, Mugwort shows us how we can face them head-on. 

This herb eventually bring us to a balanced dreamscape where we reign supreme, regaining a foothold in our own special bedtime world!

Suggested Use: Mugwort can be used in several ways.  The most common would be a nice steaming cup of tea.  Steep 1/2 tsp of herb in 2 cups of hot water for 5-7 minutes.  Add cream and honey to taste!  Mugwort tea is quite flavorful!  You can also powder the herb and put it in capsules or take it as a tincture (liquid alcohol extract).


Xhosa Dream Root~ Silene capensis

This sacred herb has been used in African folk medicine for centuries for shamanic initiation, dream divination, to promote cognition and memory.  The plant is highly regarded as a sacred teacher plant, traditionally used with respect, intention, and devotion.  The root of the plant is specially prepared to induce very vivid, prophetic lucid dreams.  This root is utilized as a catalyst during the initiation ceremonies of shamans, people finding their life’s purpose and for those that wish to be healers.

The Xhosa people have a healing modality system they call Ubulawu, which roughly translates to white ways/paths.  Many herbs are used in Ubulawu shamanic practices to enhance the dream state and improve dream memory.  In turn, this helps create a link to one’s ancestors.  Imagine an herb that not only promotes vivid dreams but also increases cognition and memory.  Well, Xhosa dream root may be just that.

Many people report that Xhosa Root greatly improves their ability to remember their dreams. 

Caution: If you already experience intense dream states, you may want to consider not using Xhosa Root, since it can intensify your nocturnal adventures quite a bit.  It can be a wonderful experience for avid dreamers, but not so much for people who are prone to having nightmares.

Suggested use: Xhosa root can be prepared by powdering the root and brewing a tea either hot or cold.  For hot tea put 1/4-1/2 tsp of root powder in 2 cups of water for 5-7 minutes.  For cold brew tea put 1/4-1/2 tsp in 2 cups of water and let sit for 24 hours before drinking.  You can also use it in tincture form (liquid alcohol extract) or put the powdered root in capsules.


Blue Lotus~ Nymphaea caerulea

Blue Lotus is a flower revered by many cultures across the globe as a sacred and holy symbol.  Not only does this special flower hold high regards due to its beauty and meaning, but its medicinal properties as well.  The Hindus consider the lotus blossom to hold the highest sacred energy and is deeply ingrained in their spiritual mythology.

This highly valued herb symbolizes non-attachment to our physical and mental worlds.  Out of the darkest places in our souls, the mud, the lotus arises, bestowing its magical blossoms for all to see.  Lotus awakens us to the potential of our highest selves. It’s the metaphor of our reunion back into oneness.  Blue Lotus has a relaxing hypnotic effect on one’s consciousness, making it great for increasing third eye activity. 

Things like meditation, visionary experiences, mystical awakenings, yogic practices, creativity, and even lucid dreaming can be cultivated using this special flower.

Suggested Use: Steep 1-2 tsp of dried blossoms in 2 cups of hot water.  Add honey and milk to taste!  Quite a lovely experience!  Alternatively, you can take a tincture of the herb if available.  Tinctures are easy to use and can be brought wherever you go.

Remember not all herbs are for everyone, so please do your research and be safe.  I suggest trying out one of these herbs at a time.  If you don’t see results, don’t knock it.  Dream herbs can be used as tonics for 5-7 days at a time, so be sure to experiment with which ones work best for you.  I wish you all the most vivid and exciting, information-packed, healing dream journeys that you could possibly have!

Aaron Weiss, Certified Herbalist – Source


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Raise Your Vibration and Cultivate Your Uniqueness

 Selflessness, self-centeredness or selfishness?   

When your existence here and your perception of people and the world around you is rooted in yourself, IS IT possible to be selfless?  If you try, will you only be pretending to be selfless?  “I want all of you to be blissed out” – even this statement is selfish hence the term “I want”. 

A mother takes care of her child not just because of selflessness but also because of deep selfishness. That is what also gives her joy and happiness.  A soldier may be willing to die for his country out of perceived selflessness but there is also a very strong sense of selfishness. This act is what is going to fulfill him – that is why he also does it. 

There is nothing right or wrong with being selfish in this way because it is the nature of how we function, at least in your selfishness you can want the best that you want for yourself but also make the connection for the entire Universe.  This is not about ego it is about the design of life.  When people become non-judgmental about their selfishness this becomes obvious. So on with really enhancing Self to be the best for all!

Below are some tips to help you get started in cultivating Self further to unlock the Uniqueness within. 


1. Listen to music

Jamming out stimulates the part of our brain that controls motor actions, emotions, and creativity.  Classical music might give us an extra boost: for example, listening to Mozart can increase creativity, concentration, and other cognitive functions.

2. Dance

Dance can be a fully-fledged art form, belonging to the “performing arts” – a goal in itself and a means of allowing a human being to express his inner feelings, thoughts and experiences.  Dance is a natural form of self-expression; the body expresses itself naturally and so, therefore, does the spirit.  We are all free-willed beings, no matter what our personal situation may be.  Through dance, our body expresses how free we actually are, while also highlighting the restrictions our minds impose on it.

3. Meditate

Stuck in a mental rut?  When panic strikes, try meditating: it promotes divergent thinking, a state of mind in which we’re able to generate new ideas.

4. Get someone else’s opinion

Don’t be afraid to ask for help.  A friend might mention something that sparks a whole new stream of thought.  The more ideas and perspectives, the better.

5. Write by hand

Skip the Word doc and pick up a pen instead.  Sometimes the whole experience of writing by hand—the ink on our fingers, the smell of a fresh notebook—is all it takes to get creative juices flowing.

6. Daydream

What was I saying?  Oh, right.  We tend to take a more creative approach to problems when our mind is wandering (less so when we’re hunched over a computer with a deadline looming.)  So don’t worry about zoning out for a few minutes.

7. Look at something blue or green

These colors tend to enhance performance on cognitive tasks.  Researchers say that’s because we associate blue with the ocean, sky, and openness in general, while green signals growth.

Did you know there are Chakra colors for the days of the week?  Wearing a certain color or carrying a certain stone with you on a particular day will help you to raise your vibration

8. Gesture with two hands

Odd but true: one study found using two hands to explain something prompts the brain to consider issues from multiple perspectives.  (It’s also possible that using the left hand stimulates creative thought since left-handed people tend to be more creative in general.)

9. Lie down

Research found people were better at solving anagrams when they were lying down versus sitting up.  It might not fly in an office meeting, but test it out during the next solo brainstorming sesh.

10. Rethink labels

Pick an object and break it into parts.  (So a flower becomes stalk, leaves, petals, and pollen.)  It’s called the “generic-parts technique” and people trained to think this way were better at solving problems through creative insight than people who weren’t given the training.

11. Laugh a little

According to some studies, a positive mood can facilitate creativity because it boosts activity in the prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex (areas of the brain associated with complex cognition, decision-making, and emotion).  Even if you’re not feeling cheery, letting out a hearty chuckle can actually trigger a positive mood—so get silly to get creative.

12. Spend time outside

Remember the thrill of being a kid running through the playground, making up games and adventures?  Bring that feeling back simply by getting a dose of green.  Being in natural settings is like playtime for adults: it taps into all five senses, energizes the body, and, most importantly, stimulates the imagination.

13. Create with your hands

High-five!  Thumbs up!  Those ten fingers are the tools for expressing our mind and interacting with others.  Making something by hand can be a huge creativity boost.  Producing something by hand also means getting information from multiple senses at once, which can stimulate creative thinking.  Try cooking, knitting, or a DIY home decorating project.

14. Get Social

When we spend time with people we trust, we tend to have deeper conversations.  These chats often lead to creative thinking because we’re able to be ourselves and talk freely about our passions.

15. Exercise

When we’re physically active, the body loosens up and our mind is a little freer.  So it’s easier to come up with solutions to problems and think of new ideas.  Plus one recent study found regular exercisers performed better on creative tasks than their less active peers did.

16. Don’t stress about perfection

It’s okay if that painting doesn’t make it to the MOMA.  Putting pressure on yourself to produce something outstanding can actually make it harder to create anything at all.  A lot of people secretly feel, “I’m not creative”.  But everyone is creative to a certain degree, just try your best and see what happens.

17. Make a creativity room

Designate a physical space for creativity in the house and include objects related to hobbies, mementos from favorite memories, and vision boards featuring possible projects.  Not enough space?  Try a “creativity corner” in a single room.  The brain will get into the habit of being creative every time we’re in that area.

18. Free think and write ideas down

Instead of worrying about remembering ideas (what was that brilliant story idea again?) you’ll have room to come up with new ones.  It’s called brain dumping, (also called “free-association”) or writing down everything that comes to mind without worrying about revising.  Then later, if you feel so inclined, go back over your ideas and consider which ones are worth keeping.

19. Improve your diet

What we eat can affect our creative energies.  Processed foods high in trans fats, excessive sodium, and sugar, as well as artificial ingredients, can drain us of creativity.  Those foods can leave us feeling foggy, uninspired and downright bored, not to mention lethargic, sick and disease-prone.

20. Cleanse stagnant energies

If you’re feeling stuck, negative, sluggish, or even downright depressed, it may be due to some stagnant energy in your field.  This field can include your emotional, energetic, mental, spiritual or physical body, and your environment—whether it’s your home, office, or other physical space.

Stagnant or negative energy can have extremely detrimental effects on your mental and physical state and is even believed to manifest into things like a lack of happiness and success as well as pain and disease.


See the YouTube video below of Sevan Bomar talking about how to fire up that creative spark!

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