Geo Bell 5/8/2016
“I open my eyes and sit up in bed. I look around to see my old bedroom. Everything is exactly how I remember it, except for one thing. I don’t recognise the big white poster on the wall to my right. I’ve never seen that poster before. Why am I in my old bedroom? I take a glance at the red LED alarm clock by the bedside. The red numbers are dim and continually shifting. I’m still dreaming.”
Lucid dreaming is a fascinating state of consciousness, which in its simplest definition requires one critical element: the knowledge that one is dreaming. How can one check the state of their reality? How do you, the reader of this article, know with certainty that you’re not in fact, dreaming right now?
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