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Emu Egg
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22 Dec 2008, 5:37 am


my aspie wife has many lucid dreams while I (NT)have much fewer. a few weeks ago she had such a bazaar sequence of dreams within dreams -kept waking up in bed but turned out to be in another dream- and finally realized she was dreaming in the last dream by grabbing a phone book and reading it only to discover, somewhat to her frustration, that all the names and numbers were meaningless and nonsensical. Dream.


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22 Dec 2008, 8:56 am

RockDrummer616 wrote:
I have lucid dreams occasionally, except every time I figure out I'm dreaming, I will wake myself up. I'm not sure if that's voluntary or not. For example, something weird will happen and I'll say, "Wow, I can't believe this isn't a dream. Wait a minute, yes it is." and then I wake up.

theres ways to stay asleep once you know that your lucid dreaming. I saw it in the wikipedia article about lucid dreaming....

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23 Dec 2008, 7:53 am

I have lusic dreaming, although mainly when I have nightmares, which I find somewhat reassuring, in my dreams sometimes I'm being chased by a dog or a bad man, and I find myself able to stop and confront the wolf or tell the bad man I'm not afraid of them and the wolf becomes my friend and the bad man goes away.

Sometimes if the nightmare is really bad I call out to God to make the dream go away and it always does.


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23 Dec 2008, 8:08 am

I don't dream that much these days, oh, except that dream about three terrorists who shot me when I was at school (I'm not paranoid about terrorism, just a weird dream, I got three bullets in the chest and I just had a little pain ^^).
Yeah, I have most of the time lucid dreams when I dream (I don't dream very frequently, or don't remember my dreams, don't really know why) and it's really useful when you have a nightmare.

"Le bonheur est un idéal de l'imagination et non de la raison" - Emmanuel Kant
"L'homme est né naturellement bon, c'est la société qui le corrompt" - Jean Jacques Rousseau