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Synonyms for dreaming

a series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep

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The results from his studies, now published in the journal Dreaming, have confirmed that people can increase their chances of having a lucid dream.
In this article, I'll provide an overview of lucid dreaming, including methods for cultivating such dreams, their potential for accessing information and creative problem-solving, and, most importantly, their capability to tap into new mind-body-spirit healing energies.
Young children seem to have lucid dreams more frequently, and the frequency drops at about age 16, which suggests that lucid dreaming might be a natural phenomenon occurring in a developing brain but could be lost in adulthood," the researchers said.
Written by an expert in lucid dreaming, the app creates a structured lesson plan for "waking up" in your dreams, starting with improving your nightly dream recall.
Lucid dreaming is "the experience of being aware that one is, in fact, dreaming," says Kendle Hassinger, a dream expert and psychotherapist at the Emory Clinic in Atlanta.
Some of our soundscapes have a voice-over which tells you that you're dreaming and that it's okay for you to take over that dream.
Wallace: Lucid dreaming is when we become aware that we are dreaming while still in a dream.
The site went live last month to mark the launch of the new women's fragrance, Dreaming Tommy Hilfiger.
Its 11 chapters discuss gender differences, a model for predicting dream recall, the effects of personality on dream content, the relationship between suicidality and nightmares, dreams as an emotional regulation function, parapsychological research on dreaming, and the literature on lucid dreaming, among other topics.
From flying to being naked in public, from combat to coitus, from single episodic dreaming to dreams that reoccur, non-specialist general readers will find the "Field Guide To Dreams" to be an invaluable, illuminating, informative, and enthusiastically recommended approach to determining what the subconscious is trying to portray through the medium of our dreams.
Our interview with Robert Moss, author of Conscious Dreaming, Dreamgates, Dreaming True, Dreamways of the Iroquois, and The Dreamer's Book of the Dead, continues.
Dreaming the Hound is the third in a planned quartet of novels about the life of Breaca, known as Boudica, or the Bringer of Victory.
He was president of the Association for the Study of Dreams 1997-1998, was a senior editor for Dreaming (now discontinued), and serves as secretary-treasurer and newsletter editor for the Person, Culture, and Religion Group of the American Academy of Religion.
Without knowledge of the dreaming process, many counselors whom I have known and with whom my clients have worked have had difficulty with this, and have jumped into relapse prevention/recovery maintenance work.