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lucid dream

A vivid dream in which a person is aware that he or she is dreaming, which can either be a
(1) wake-induced lucid dream (WILD), when he or she transitions from an awake state directly into a dream state; or a
(2) dream-induced lucid dream, when a normal dream becomes a lucid dream.

lucid dream

A dream or nightmare in which a person becomes aware that he or she is dreaming.
See also: dream
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Among the group of 47 people who combined all three techniques, participants achieved a 17% success rate in having lucid dreams over the period of just one week.
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So to speak, lucid dreams are the "training wheels" for the bumpy, big ride after death.
The intention behind lucid dreams is still unclear but the phenomenon has long fascinated scientists because it incorporates self-awareness and control, which are elements of wakefulness, into dreaming.
During lucid dreams one is aware that one is dreaming, and one is still very much contained within a dream boundary of skin and body.
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Many of Moore's poems are, in fact, inspired by lucid dreams or mystic visions.
There are lucid dreams like ones in which you almost fall into a ditch and escape with deft body movements.
More serene tracks climaxing with a ten minute extended trance remix of Lucid Dreams, played in front of a huge screen of flashing lights.
Some of them sounded wildly different, particularly the 10-minute acid house outro which Lucid Dreams mutated into at the end of the set.
Lucid Dreams was more guitar led and Kapranos led the crowd in a singalong towards the end.
In 2005, he managed to land three victories with Lucid Dreams and achieved the same feat with Celtique in 2006.