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Dreams FAQ Pt.3/4: About Lucid Dreaming
Section - 6.1. What is lucid dreaming?

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A. The term "lucid dreaming" refers to dreaming while knowing that you
are dreaming. The "lucid" part refers to  the clarity of consciousness
rather than the vividness of the  dream. It generally happens when you
realize  during the course of a  dream that you  are dreaming, perhaps
because something weird occurs. Most  people who remember their dreams
have experienced this at some time, often  waking up immediately after
the  realization.  However, it is possible   to  continue in the dream
while remaining fully aware that you are dreaming.


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