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Why do some people master lucid dreaming while others sleep through the fog?

Posted by Morena Faceira on Rabu, 08 Januari 2014

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Photographic artist Bill E Lytton overlaid the faces of 32 of the most photogenic men as voted in a popular magazine. The resulting "average" face is shown here.

You've probably seen all of these faces before, but when they are mixed together they create a seemingly new face - much like the creation of your dream characters.

A writer and long time lucid dreamer, Rebecca Turner is the creator of the hit website World-of-Lucid-Dreaming.com. She originally trained as an investment journalist in the city of London before emigrating to New Zealand to start her own online publishing venture. Her passion to share her fascination with conscious dreaming soon took over her work - and she became hooked on developing one of the most extensive lucid dreaming websites in the world today. Rebecca currently lives in England with her partner Pete and their one-year-old son Fox.

Stephen LaBerge is a psychophysiologist and a leader in the scientific study of lucid dreaming. He developed the Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD) technique as a student at university and, in 1983, proved the existence of lucid dreaming in the laboratory - by recording the deliberate eye movement signals of a subject inside a lucid dream. LaBerge went on to found The Lucidity Institute, an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running Hawaiian workshop retreats for the general public.

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