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    Knowing that you are in a dream while you are asleep is called lucid dreaming. It's scientifically proven that it only occurs when you notice something that cannot possibly exist in the real world. A method for trying to induce lucid dreaming is to write down your dreams immediately after you wake up...most people have patterns in their dreams. For example I had a dream that godzilla was running around refridgerators in my playroom when I was younger. That was an easy one to spot, and a common pattern in my dreams consistently involves me being chased by strange creatures (I'm not making this up, I wish I could just have more sex dreams and less me getting chased by creatures dreams).

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    > It's scientifically proven

    I'd like to see some evidence of that - whenver I've had a lucid dream, I can never remember anything out of the ordinary happening.

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    I'm almost never aware about myself dreaming....wish I was more often it's really funny when you are
    They say that if you play a Windows Install CD backwords, you hear satanic messages. That's nothing; play it forward and it installs Windows.

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    www.ld4all - that's my call. Ok, so www.ld4all.com (posted that in the real ld thread though I think)

    oh, and http://www.suratcityonline.com/lifes...ream_senoi.asp
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    Silvercord, did you have a bad childhood, I would assume dream analysts might think something was wrong with those dreams, and if oy uwant sex dreams watch more porn!!!
    Give me a bad reputation!!!

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    I'd like to see some evidence of that - whenver I've had a lucid dream, I can never remember anything out of the ordinary happening.
    You want scientific evidence? Go

    here

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    what the hell!? lmao

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