Lucid Dreams

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After along day of hard work, usually all people tend to go to bed and sleep, the time taken by them to sleep may differ but they all have dreams and rest their bodies and minds, but a strange phenomena has been discovered or discussed in books, magazines, journals, and even in movies.
Lucid dreaming is a state where a person dreams consciously, where the person can't distinguish between dream and reality, the only difference between a normal dream and a lucid dream is that everything around you is created by your own mind.

Scientists and researchers doubted the possibility of controlling dreams while being conscious tell the 1970s lucid dreams were dismissed as fantasy or micro-awakenings. In the second half of the 19th... View More »

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Many people see lucid dreaming to be bizarre and too "new- ageish" this is considered to be wrong because its your dream you can make it whatever you want it to be. Others see lucid dreaming as a way to escape from reality, reading a book or watching a movie can take a person from reality more than lucid dreams because it happens while you are sleeping and other activities happens when you are awake interacting with the real world. Some describe lucid dream as unnatural or connect them to black art, this is derived from the fear of the unknown. Finally, people who believe that our dreams tell us many things which will be lost by altering their dreams, people using lucid dreaming have non-lucid dreams more than the lucid ones. Lucid dreaming requires dream recall which can help you in remembering your dream will and perhaps understand the hidden message of your dream correctly.

Most people want to have lucid dreams for many reasons. First, the adventure and excitement of lucid dreaming, lucid dreams are characterized to be free from any restrictions or laws that prevent you from doing things you like, there are no consequences to any action you perform while you are dreaming for example, if you drove your car to its maximum limit in a highway you wont have to be arrested or pay a fine for breaking the law of speed, you can also live in a story or film you adore as long as you wish, or you could live you own real life but with your own rules and modifications.
Secondly, social practice, sometimes in your life you wish to get some moments back to correct what ...

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