A hitchhiker’s guide to remembering your dreams — and your lucid dreams.
One technique had a success rate of 46 percent.
A few people in the world are able to “wake up” in their dreams, retaining their lucidity and even exploring the dream world. According to a new study, all these people may have one thing in common – a neurological ability.
Some people have very vivid dreams, others can’t remember a thing when they wake up about what they’ve dreamed the night before. It’s said that by studying your dreams, you in fact learn more about your true inner self since dreams are your subconscious’ projections, genuine and unaltered. What happens when you’re fully aware you’re dreaming and control what’s happening around