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Many people would love to have as many lucid dreams as you seem to be having. Why not just "go with the flow" and adopt a curious, scientific approach to the magic world of dreaming. Keep a dream journal. Draw or paint some of your dream experiences. Experiment with flying and changing dream objects and scenes. Try to talk to dream characters, especially any who seem to have more awareness and are willing to offer help and guidance.
- Good resources -
- Book - "Lucid Dreaming: Gateway To The Inner Self" by Robert Waggoner
- Web search - "LDE - Past Articles" - dreaminglucid.com -
Also, in left column, click "Interviews With Lucid Dreamers"
(Note - "Lucid Dream Exchange" website is transitioning to "Lucid Dreaming Experience")
Also, check out Rebecca's informative blog articles here at world-of-lucid-dreaming website.
If this really really concerns you, than I would recommend consulting a doctor or psychologist. If you don't like that idea, than once again, just go with the flow. If you find that you're getting stress or anxiety throughout the day from this, try meditating, drinking tea(I find chamomile works best for reducing stress and anxiety), or listening to some soothing music.
If you find yourself questioning reality, just simply do a reality check and move on, try not to get stressed.
Good luck, and I hope that was somewhat helpful.
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