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A friend of mine shared a great link with me today regarding Dream research, more specifically, Lucid Dreams. I am an avid dream theorist and this is a great article to read if you have the time.
Lucid Dreams may finally get some real attention in the field of Science. I have a Lucid Dream probably once every two weeks, which is very frequent… I can honestly say that Lucid Dreams are a completely different state of consciousness – and a very therapeutical way to deal with your conscious desires, anxieties, and day residue.
Several of us can remember our dreams in the morning, some can remember them more vividly than others and most haven”t recalled a dream in years. Why is this? Why do others remember and others don”t even think about it? Shouldn”t Dream Recall be an important skill to learn? I mean, dreams are a significant part of our life and if we take the time to analyze them, we can learn a lot about ourselves. Our unfulfilled desires, our hidden fears, our pure emotions about ourselves and others. It is our subconscious – unshielded from our waking day-to-day conscious monitoring our behavior, thoughts, and emotions.
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I have been having the most vivid, realistic dreams lately – some are good, some are frightening, but some seem out-of-place. By out-of-place, I don’t mean a wacky dream of random archetypes – but something with a deeper, almost innate emotion involved. Usually I can attribute some reason to a dream about an alien abduction or a dream about the end of the world. I think there are many factors that contribute to the theme of a dream. This isn’t complete, but gives a rough structure of what builds a dream:
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