The correlation between lucid dreaming and your wake reality
A few days ago I had a philosophical epiphany regarding these two conscious states and how alike they seem to be. If you don’t already know what lucid dreaming is, it’s a phenomenon that occurs when you become self-aware in a dream — ergo being able to consciously control the outcome.
Much like life, you are (most of the time) in control of the outcome. Your thoughts affect your decisions, and your decisions affect your future. Sadly, some people don’t realise this soon enough — sometimes not at all. They live their lives autonomously, assuming life is something that happens to them rather than the opposite, and as a result, their true potential is never reached — nor do they ever get what they truly want.
When you attain lucidity in a dream, there are no limits to achieving what you want. The false perception that wake reality is any different is incorrect.
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