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Lucid Dreams the First Virtual Reality For ages people have thought of dreams as curses or blessings that we could not prevent nor manipulate This place called our dreams has constantly puzzled us because it is here where all things are possible and seem to occur In our dreams we perform superhuman and wonderful feats that would normally be impossible in the awake world We find the men or women of our dreams depending on our sexual orientation While we dream these wonderful things become our temporary reality Yet sometimes while dreaming we may experience the most horrifying events imaginable called nightmares Everyone has their own version of horror my most terrifying nightmare has been where my family and friends have been taken control of by evil monsters that cannot be stopped Rather than kill me they make me watch old 197 0s television shows over and over For years men have thought that there should be a way of preventing or controlling these nightly events Humans must like any animal sleep We do not fully understand why we must sleep We only know that if we are deprived of sleep long enough that we will most certainly die The same is true for dreams and dreaming1 If we sleep long enough we will reach an advanced stage of sleep where our body begins to experience rapid eye movement REM It is during this REM period that we experience most of our dreams Many scientists try to speculate the reasons for dreaming through biological our psychological means This proves to be very frustrating for someone trying to find empirical meaning and truth about his or her dreams There are countless books written about dreams with just as many different interpretations and meanings for specific dream
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