Geo Bell 4/2/2016
Dream Spinning (aka The Spinning Technique) is a reliable method of prolonging destabilising dreams; this method, discovered by lucid dreaming pioneer Stephen LaBerge, can also be used to induce a change of scenery.  Arguably the most effective technique for postponing premature awakening, Dream Spinning is an important tool used by both beginners and experienced oneironauts.
How to: Dream Spinning
Performing the spinning technique involves simply spinning around as fast as you can. Whilst spinning, you can either focus on the details you can remember for the current setting, or imagine a new, different dreamscape which you'd like to end up at. Focus your intention and tell yourself a few times that when you stop spinning this is where you shall arrive. Expectation is everything.
The new scene will be quite stable thanks to the spinning technique, but it doesn't harm to perform a stabilisation technique such as rubbing your hands, just to be safe.
Read the original: Prolonging Lucid Dreams
1. LaBerge, S. (1995) 'Prolonging Lucid Dreams', NightLight, vol. 7, no. 3-4