Studying in dreams

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ShadowStar889
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Studying in dreams

Postby ShadowStar889 » 14 Oct 2012 15:24

A friend of mine wants to "study" in dreams after I told him about my 2 day long lucid dream. I told him that books aren't very reliable in lucid dreams. What do you think? :?:
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HAGART
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Re: Studying in dreams

Postby HAGART » 15 Oct 2012 06:08

Reading words doesn't work in a lucid dream most of the time.
But thought certainly does.
BUT WHEN LUCID MY THOUGHTS ARE MORE GRATUITOUS, and SELF-PLEASURING, SO I DON'T THINK I WOULD GET MUCH WORK DONE.
But it is certainly possible to 'study' in a lucid dream if they were a stronger willed man than I.

And what's this 2 day lucid dream you speak of? Were you in a coma? :lol:
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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Re: Studying in dreams

Postby lumencryster » 15 Oct 2012 06:41

well when i listen to music in a lucid dream the music sounds much clearer and much more perfect than when i play it in my head when i'm awake, so maybe going through the material while having a lucid dream could help you recall that information much easier on a test. seems like it would take discipline though.


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