btifuldreamer wrote:I was just wandering, if you lucid dream for say, two hours, how long will that be in reality? I've always dreamed of lucid dreaming for like a whole day but if it's the same amount of time as in reality then my family will think i'm in a coma or something. So, how long is it possible to lucid dream and how long was your longest?Also, with REM phases and stuff, wouldn't that mean it's only possible to lucid dream for however long that phase is?
Every dream cycle is a hour and a half, which means you can't have that amount of time being in a dream (I'm almost positive of it).
And in a dream as Ive heard you could feel like the time is different, longer or shorter, but eventually a minute in a dream is a minute in real life.
Sora: You shouldn't call them "ghosts". Sure something seemed a little off but I'm sure they're still my friends
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torakrubik wrote: I think the part of the brain that regulates time and order is probably impaired in the dream state (can anyone confirm this?), though it is another topic whether dream time actually exists and is different from waking reality time.
As time is really judged by senquences of events.. maybe that is the only real way of judging time.
My longest LD, I experienced dreaming I was there for 3 days. I got a bit afraid as I was trying to wake up by the second day due to being worried about how long my physical body had been dreaming for (worried my body may be dehydrating at home) but I was stuck in the LD and couldnt wake myself up no matter what I tried.
I have no idea how long it was in real life time.
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