A lucid dream is a dream in that the dreamer is awaur that thay are dreamin. In a lucid dream, the dreamer mey gain some amoont o control ower the dream chairacters, narrative, an environment; houiver, this is nae actually necessar for a dream tae be descrived as lucid.
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The term "lucid dreaming" to describe the technique of controlling dreams and following them to a desired conclusion was coined by the 19th-century Dutch psychiatrist Frederik van Eeden.
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Dr. Van Eeden was an author and physician who sat with the English medium Mrs. R. Thompson and was also ... 431) in which he used the term "lucid dream" to indicate those conditions in which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming.
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