For those who wish to discuss the purely scientific aspects of sleep and dreams, including new research and future technologies.
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Regularly, your brain, during a regular dream, is sorting out your memory. But once you start dreaming lucidly, and you keep it that way for more that 1 minute, what does your brain do? In a regular dream you don't control anything, and part of what you're dreaming comes from what happened that day and from your memory too. but once you perform a lucid dream action that doesn't have anything to do with a recent memory, does your brain still do what it's supposed to do in a regular dream, or something else?
CakeMakerZ wrote:Wow, no one has come up with an answer yet?
A pity. It's a really interesting question and the answer would interest me too.
Tell me briefly about your lucid dreaming journey http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=20305
Just speculating, and if I'm getting the question right; if during lucid dreaming the brain functions are to a degree similar to those during the waking state then a first time action during a dream should be treated by the brain in a similar way (as if the action was being done for the first time in waking reality); maybe you would have to figure out how to perform the action, maybe experiment and probably the brain would create a new memory. If the same action was to be repeated in a subsequent dream (or in waking reality, if it's a realistic one) then it should be easier to perform?
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