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For reasons that I can't explain (yet), I've been having a lot more dreams when sleeping. For years, I've never remembered my dreams - until recently. In the last month or so I've had quite a few memorable ones, and some of them have been pretty strange affairs that have made me scratch my head a bit the day after. There could be many reasons for this, ranging from differing stress levels to eating cheese. I have no idea.

Of course, this may be a phase which could have already disappeared. Who knows?

If it hasn't, then it only seems right to take advantage of the situation. I'm going to try a few techniques to provoke lucid dreaming. Why? No reason - I'm just curious. If you read the Wiki document, you'll see a section on "Wake Back To Bed", which is the most probable way I'd trigger a lucid dream. It's quite commonplace that I'll wake up after about five or so hours of sleep and wait for a while before returning to bed. We shall see.

I've got a pad and pen by the bed, so I can immediately write down results. It'll be an interesting experiment. If I can manage anything particularly strange, I'll publish the details for all to read, although you might recommend me for "special care".
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