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The powers of dreams have always been underestimated There is a whole new world in the sub conscious mind that helps us in a subtle way In this project you will see how a baby was born because of a dream how nightmares can be partially good for you be given a background on dreams in general and details on interpreting your own dreams amongst other things Background Everybody dreams but not everybody can remember them We usually dont remember dreams when we suddenly wake up and move about This happens when you are usually in a rush when your alarm clock goes off or you are pressured to get up quickly You remember dreams on such occasions as you lie in on the weekends when you wake up slowly and gradually change from the sub-conscious mind to the conscious mind This is called lucid dreaming With this you can take partial control of what happens during a dream Since you can do this you dont have to be restricted to do all the things you do in real life but you could do whatever you like because its your mind thats controlling you not your body and gravity For example you could fly or walk through walls The powers of dreams The dreaming world could be a very powerful thing so much so that it causes a baby to be born because of lucid dreaming In a true story taken from the book called Living with Dreams a woman dreamt that she just had a period in her dreams This was so realistic that she actually thought she had a real period not one dreamt up in a dream A few days later she had sex thinking that it was the best time to have sex without becoming pregnant Two or three weeks she felt something strange was happening and so consulted a doctor who said
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