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Lucid Dreams this month: 2
For fun, after a lucid dream when I WBTB and see the time before I went to sleep, I wake up and guess what time it is before I verify it on my clock, trying to judge how long I was asleep for. Sometimes I'm close and other times I'm surprisingly way off!
Anyway, back to clocks in lucid dreams. Ever notice how we use the word, "read" time? Perhaps the reason why they are askew in dreams is for the same reason why written text is hard to read. Perhaps they both use a certain part of our mind that is not working right. (Of course full clarity and awareness in a lucid dream will open up that part of the mind and correct the problem). But most of the time, clocks in dreams are all gobbledygook to me too!
( To use the proper terminology! )
Highlander wrote:On a recent successful WILD, i got up my bed and looked at my digital alarm clock. It was like 88:88 and some other lights, being impossible to see the time.
Hmm that's weird I've had it once where I looked at my phone's digital clock and it was 8:88. But anyways I use the clock reality check a lot, it's very reliable for me. Usually the clock's time changes drastically.
That's what many digital clocks, and calculators use. I have a digital clock radio just like that beside my bed, and see it in my dreams during a WILD, or false awakenings very often.
Is it just coincidence that 88:88 is when ALL segments are lit? Maybe not. Perhaps we were thinking about ALL the possibilities and saw them all at once. (Hmm... Something to think about...)
I'll have to check my dream journal to see if that has ever happened to me too!
(You can even see letters in the time when it's a 7 segment display. I think I saw the letter, "A" once on the clock. I was literally, reading the time! )
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