How to Defuse a Nightmare
How to Defuse a Nightmare
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Have you ever wished you could control your dreams? Dylan Tuccillo and Jared Zeizel are the authors of "A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming," and they say anyone can do it. "Lucid dreaming is just a dream in which you realize that you're dreaming," Jared explains. "It's a way to sort of steer your dreams in the direction you want," Dylan adds. "Witness them like you're witnessing this waking life." So how do we do it? If there's something you would like to dream about (the guys say the most popular lucid dreams are about flying and sex), practice "dream incubation." When you're falling asleep, keep the image in your mind and say, "I will go back" to this dream, Dylan advises. It's also possible to practice remembering your dream after it occurs. "Wake up slowly and motionlessly," Jared explains. "Think about what the experience was like, and then when you do get up, quickly grab a dream journal and start writing down anything you remember, even if it's just fragments." Everyone knows how real a nightmare can seem, but lucid dreamers are able to recognize a bad dream and defuse it so they can wake up anxiety-free. "One of the best things you can do is ... talk to the nightmare or give the nightmare a hug, and sometimes it will vanish, because then you're taking its fearful power away," Jared says. "Or you can just revert to throwing a fireball at it
A look back at the greatest moments from this season of "Daily Shot," and a final scene you won't believe.
In this "lost episode" of "Daily Shot," Ali interviews her husband. Things get uncomfortable. Many months ago George Stephanopoulos came into the "Daily Shot" studio for an interview. So why hasn't it aired? While George is famous for asking hard-hitting questions on "Good Morning America," we discovered he doesn't like being on the other side of the interview table, especially when Ali is the one asking the questions. The "GMA" host did his best to be a good sport, but it's clear he wasn't altogether comfortable with his wife's "less formal" interview style or "loose interpretation of facts." That said, if you want to find out how often Ali embarrasses George or see how George rates himself against fellow handsome Greek John Stamos, check out this ... the penultimate episode of "Daily Shot"!
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On the new season of "Inside Amy Schumer" on Comedy Central, viewers can look forward to celebrity guests like Paul Giamatti of "Sideways" and "The Hangover Part II," Zach Braff of "Scrubs," Rachel Dratch of "30 Rock," and Parker Posey, among others. But the show's success doesn't mean it's easier the second time around for host and star Amy Schumer. "They gave us less money, so I'm also playing the extras," Amy jokes. Did she hook up with any of the famous guest stars who appear in Season 2? Nope. "I've never hooked up with anyone who could help my career," she says. "I've been sleeping my way down." Amy was quick to dismiss Ali's jealously over her TV success and upcoming movie, "Train Wreck," directed by Judd Apatow. "I'm lonely, and I don't have any time to enjoy my life," she said. To watch Amy play a hilarious round of "Which Is Worse?" with Ali, check out this episode of "Daily Shot."
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