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Old 11-23-2011, 06:41 AM
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I have lucid dreams quite often. I actually had one about the zombie apocalypse too the other day lol. I end up doing "redos" in dreams a lot - if I didn't like the way something played out I'll wake myself up and when I fall back asleep it's before the icky part happens. Usually I just have crazy random dreams though, not necessarily bad ones.

Allie - did something trigger your zombie dream? I've had a couple randomly but I know that my last one was from watching The Walking Dead right before I fell asleep. Others have been triggered by re-reading WWZ.
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:03 AM
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I have lucid dreams quite often. I actually had one about the zombie apocalypse too the other day lol. I end up doing "redos" in dreams a lot - if I didn't like the way something played out I'll wake myself up and when I fall back asleep it's before the icky part happens. Usually I just have crazy random dreams though, not necessarily bad ones.

Allie - did something trigger your zombie dream? I've had a couple randomly but I know that my last one was from watching The Walking Dead right before I fell asleep. Others have been triggered by re-reading WWZ.
Nothing specific triggered it, no. We had a brief conversation at our staff meeting about how we would each survive the zombie apocalypse, but that's it... I watched all of season one of Walking Dead in one night, no zombie dream. I have a brief convo with co-workers and a benadryl to help me sleep, and BAM. LUCID APOCALYPSE.

(Sleeping meds of any sort tend to make my dreams more likely to be lucid, but even then it doesn't happen often.)

Part of me wants to harness the lucidity so it happens more often, but I always feel tired after lucid dreaming, and I worry about lucid nightmares. I would have to have a wake-up failsafe.
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