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    I discovered the meaning of lucid dreaming only 2 years ago realising it was the kind of dreams I've been having all my life being the most frequent type of dreams I make. I have never given any importance to my dreams in the past especially the lucid type; I used to think that if I can be conscious in a dream & be able to control/manipulate it then it was not a real dream; and whenever I was asked by somebody what I dreamed about the last night I usually answered nothing ' it wasn't really a dream' was my reply sometimes envying the real dreamers! Now I realise that LD is quite an extraordinary & fascinating thing. But the question I'd like to ask is why do I lucid dream way too often without making efforts to induce them or know any special technique to achieve that state. What does LD tell about the dreamer? their brain? Is it something positive or does it hide some brain problem: alternate states during LD are quite weird. What about the quality of sleep when the dreamer is having a LD? Since a child I have always complained about not having enough rest when I sleep; could there be a link with my so frequent lucid dreaming?

    I'd be very grateful if anyone could help shed some light.
    Thanks in advance.

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    if you have lucid dream it means that you are not in a deep sleep. this is the whole point of lucid dreaming to have al ight sleep and than you can be more aware to what happens during the dream. so if you are tired, the lucid dreams are not the problem, maybe the problem is that you have a light sleep phases. i dont think that having lucid dreams can mass up with your brain and you health, after all dreaming is natural part of our lives!

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    But very few of us know what exactly is lucid dreaming.am i rite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by escapes View Post
    But very few of us know what exactly is lucid dreaming.am i rite?
    You're rite!

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