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Remembering the lucid dream

Posted: 24 Jul 2013 01:35
by Feylix
Hey all :)

Quite new here, and I've been asking myself a question for a while.

If you're in a lucid dream, shouldn't you be able to remember it, even if you have the worst dream recall?

I always thought that what I experience whilst "awake" in my mind is easier to remember anyway. Say, if I were to have a lucid dream tonight, I would be all excited, and I can't help to "know" I would be so excited I would remember it.

If you have to recall the dream the next morning, I automatically think that one aren't in a lucid dream, you just.. remember a dream where you had control without actually experiencing it.

My apologies for bad explanation and perhaps English, I do have excuses! (Point at clock :arrow: )

Re: Remembering the lucid dream

Posted: 29 Jul 2013 09:02
by HAGART
For the most part, remembering a lucid dream is the same as remembering waking life.

However, there have been times when I am lucid in the middle of the night, but don't get up to write it down, and roll over and sleep again. I only remember in the morning. By then the memory is very hard to recall as if the other dreams 'copied over' it and some information in the details is lost.