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Lucid dreams are dreams where the subject is aware that he/she is dreaming. Knowledge of the fact that he/she is dreaming enables the dreamer to somewhat control what they are doing in a dream. Often times lucid dreamers dream about flying. A common lucid dream that many children have experienced is the false awakening dream. In this dream the dreamer dreams that they have woken up within their dream. Children tend to dream a false awakening dream when they need to urinate while sleeping. It is common for a young toddler to dream about waking up and going to the bathroom. Often times the child urinates in the real world as they urinate in the dream. This false awakening dream happens based on the body's urge to release the excess urine stored in the bladder. Lucid dreamers may also experience out-of-body experiences where the dreamer feels as if they are floating and can sometimes perceive their own bodies within the dream. Lucid dreams are still a mystery to scientists and no one truly knows the reasons for dreams at all.
Contributed by Derek Lin
Dreams are an interesting and mysterious part of human life. Every night while you're asleep, you dream , even if you don't know it or remember it in the morning. This video shows you the science behind dreaming, and what are brains and bodies go through while we dream.
Contributed by Aby Rodriguez
You can learn so much about yourself from your dreams! Seriously. Especially if you are unsure about something in your life just ask your inner Self to give you some perspective on your situation. Just know that dreams are RARELY literal so don't freak out if something bad happens. They speak in metaphor. I would suggest getting a dream dictionary, but you have to write them down first! First step, keep a dream journal. Second, decipher them and figure out how it connects to your life. Third, take action for the betterment of yourself. I'll see if I can find a dream dictionary online.
Contributed by Miren Moragrega