You can dream that you have total control and that you are lucid when you actually arn't and the official term I have named it is "simulated lucidity" which I will eventually make a proper thread about.
Rebecca Turner of World of Lucid Dreaming has a relevant webpage about this:
If you have ever had the conscious awareness (or knowing) that you were acting inside the dream world, then you had a lucid dream.
Equally, if you have ever been able to willfully control parts of the dream world, you were lucid.
A lucid dream can last one second - or one hour!
You agree with that summerlander? Even after micheal said there's a 15 minute limit? I wonder where she got "one hour" from anyway. That's another thing I've been wishing to investigate... Can one enter the phase while not in rem and can one grab onto the state and never leave if it they keep deepening and maintaining the state with no other intention. I wonder what mental and physical effects this experiment would trigger. Maybe a coma? Or death?
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