Dream Glossary

of Dream Terms

1. Acetylcholine: A neurotransmitter that brain cells use to communicate with one another.

2. Acetylcholinesterase: The enzyme responsible for the destruction of acetylcholine

3. Astral Projection: The process of separating your astral (or psychic) body from your physical body. The astral body is then free to move about through time and space, while the physical body remains in the same location. It sometimes occurs during lucid dreaming or deep meditation.

4. Choline: An essential nutrient used in the body for acetylcholine production.

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5. Circadian Rhythm: The “internal body clock” that regulates our body processes based on the 24-hour cycle of light and darkness.

6. Dreamscape: The world of your dreams, sometimes similar to your waking world, and sometimes radically different. It is often possible to consciously manipulate your dreamscape while lucid dreaming.

7. Dreamwork: Any systematic inquiry into or use of dreams with the purpose of healing or self-development.

8. Galantamine: An acetylcholinesterase inhibitor extracted from the Red Spider Lily. See How Dreamamins Work for a detailed explanation.

9. Ginkgo Biloba: Extracted from the tree of the same name, Ginkgo is often used as a memory enhancer.

10. Lucid Dream: When you become aware of a dream you are currently having, that state is often referred to as Lucid Dreaming. This can lead to having control over the dreamscape which can be helpful for dreamworkers.

11. Melatonin: A hormone that occurs naturally in your body. Melatonin has been linked to regulation of your circadian rhythms and the restfulness of sleep

12. REM Sleep: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, or the dreaming stage of sleep. It is characterized by an increase in activity in the brain and body and gets its name from the eyes darting back and forth under the eyelids.

13. Red Spider Lily (Lycoris radiata): A brighly colored flowering bulb originally from Japan, from which we derive the extract of galantamine.