lucid dream

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lucid dream

A dream that can be induced or controlled and is characterized by the dreamer being aware that he or she is dreaming.
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Her school psychologist informs her that she is probably a lucid dreamer, someone who can control their dreams, so he encourages her to "open" the door.
Overall, an important distinguishing feature is the capacity of the lucid dreamer to direct his intent.
The connection between lucid dream state and the transitional portal to spiritual transcendence is the intention of the lucid dreamer to maintain an unbroken continuity of consciousness throughout the waking state and the dream state.
But at the same time, the lucid dreamer knows that he is dreaming and can control the scenes, says study coauthor Michael Czisch of the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich.
I have always been interested in dreams and dreaming because I am a lucid dreamer.
The result is a beautiful hybrid of classical and American folk entitled Lucid Dreamer.
Kontras recently released two critically acclaimed albums: Origins, for the MSR Classics label; and Lucid Dreamer, a commissioned work that treads the line between classical music and American folk and invigorates Kontras' ongoing collaboration with the esteemed Kruger Brothers trio.
Even if the lucid dreamer just imagines the hand movement while awake, the sensorimotor cortex reacts in a similar way.
Pete Casale is a New Zealand-born entrepreneur, website designer, musician, lucid dreamer and martial artist.
It is packed with lucid induction techniques, in-dream challenges and expert insights from author and long-time lucid dreamer, Rebecca Turner.
Run by seasoned lucid dreamer, Rebecca Turner, the site generates 500,000 page views per month.