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16 August 2016

Can you intentionally increase your chances of having lucid dreams?

Can you intentionally increase your chances of having lucid dreams – ones in which you’re aware that you’re dreaming and may even be able to manipulate what you’re dreaming about? While scientists have yet to find a sure-fire way of doing so, at least one study indicates that people may be more likely to have a lucid dream if they are woken up during the late stages of sleep and then allow themselves to drift back off again. Why not experiment with this intriguing idea on lazy Sunday mornings?

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