"All that we see or seem/Is but a dream within a dream.” - A Dream Within A Dream (Edgar Allan Poe)
Do you dream at night?
Can you recall it the morning you wake up?
Perhaps, when you dream, are you aware that you are actually dreaming?
If so, then you are a l u c i d d r e a m e r.
There is a boundary between reality and dream. As a lucid dreamer, you have the ability to explore that boundary. Aristotle, the famous Ancient Greek philosopher, one of the first lucid dreamers recorded and he described the experience as self-awareness during a dream state.
Research shows that around half of all people have had a lucid dream at some time in their lives, and around 11% experience one or two lucid dreams per month.
So that means you can be a lucid dreamer.
You actually experienced it. Lucid dreaming is quite common for I personally went through this. I became conscious that I am in a dream so it feels strange for me.
Lucid dreaming also has the potential to help people with phobias.
Lucid dreaming therapy is the practice of stopping recurring nightmares through lucid dream. Fighting back the attackers and having superpowers.
It can become a creative activity when dreamers go on adventures and meet new people through story telling.
This is really cool. Imagine being in control with your dreams.
However, dreams and reality are two different truths. No matter how much we enjoy lucid dreaming, we still have to face the reality of life.
Have an amazing day! :>