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      High IQ Corrolates to powerful Lucid Dreaming

      Higher IQ corrolates to Lucid dreaming.

      80% have average IQ, 10% have lower IQ, 10% higher than average IQ.

      There are easier things to do with dreams than go Lucid. 10% of everyone's dreams are precognitive. And everyone can relate a telypathic dream.

      My favorite dreaming is spontainious, fun, friendly synchronistic dreaming. "IT", hasn't got a name. But "IT" is the most exciting dream game by far.

      To me, everything else, (dreamwise) is BOOOOORING.

      I find my self loosing interest in this place and everywhere else on-line cos you're only interested in Lucid Dreaming, dream interpretation, and so on snd so forth. I am posting this so there is a record on line that explaines why I'm droping-out.

      I can't do sync dreaming alone. Sync dreaming explodes whenever someone gives it a go. But I wont wait forever.

      http://www.dreamviews.com/f19/dream-...loaded-123389/

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      Lucididity in dreams may be linked to IQ. 90% of the population have average or below average IQ, therefore are beating-a-dead-horse in regard the becoming intrepid lucid dreamers.

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      Sync dreaming is for everyone.
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      Hi DebraJane,

      Unfortunately synchronous dreaming isn't very interesting to me as an ends in itself. Here's something I might be willing to try though....

      A few months ago I dreamed of an alien city. Think small and simple stucco, with open windows, except the roofs are the same as the walls, and the edges and corners are rounded. The houses are comfortably spaced from each other and neatly arranged, not haphazard or all crammed together. It was very pretty. I don't know if it is real, but if a lot of people try to go there and learn about the place, it might be easier than just one person.

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      I would have to disagree, while high IQ might allow someone to find more connections between meaning in less time, I don't think having a high IQ necessarily gives one more potential to have a lucid dream. It's like saying that you can read a fly-by banner quicker than someone else, which may be true, but they still saw the same plane regardless.

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      sync - sync - sync (!!!)

      Hey, this got posted by Art on PsiDreams, just NOW!!!

      Last night the 3 hour film "Inception" was on Tv. I wondered if it would cause a synchronicity because all my IASD (International Association for the Study of Dreams) friends were very excited, back in 2010 when it first came out.

      Hahaha It did,

      Just now a message from PsiDreams dropped into my email box. Here is what that message was about ...

      Awake within a dream:
      Lucid dreamers show greater insight in waking life


      Medical Xpress)—People who are aware they are asleep when they are dreaming have better than average problem-solving abilities, new research has discovered.

      Experts from the University of Lincoln, UK, say that those who experience 'lucid dreaming' – a phenomena where someone who is asleep can recognise that they are dreaming – can solve problems in the waking world better than those who remain unaware of the dream until they wake up.

      The concept of lucid dreaming was explored in the 2010 film Inception, where the dreamers were able to spot incongruities within their dream. It is thought some people are able to do this because of a higher level of insight, meaning their brains detect they are in a dream because events would not make sense otherwise.

      This cognitive ability translates to the waking world when it comes to finding the solution to a problem by spotting hidden connections or inconsistencies, researchers say.



      The research by Dr Patrick Bourke, Senior Lecturer at the Lincoln School of Psychology, is the first empirical study demonstrating the relationship between lucid dreaming and insight.

      He said: "It is believed that for dreamers to become lucid while asleep, they must see past the overwhelming reality of their dream state, and recognise that they are dreaming.

      "The same cognitive ability was found to be demonstrated while awake by a person's ability to think in a different way when it comes to solving problems."

      The study examined 68 participants aged between 18 and 25 who had experienced different levels of lucid dreaming, from never to several times a month. They were asked to solve 30 problems designed to test insight. Each problem consisted of three words and a solution word.

      Each of the three words could be combined with the solution word to create a new compound word. For example with the words 'sand', 'mile' and 'age', the linking word would be 'stone'.

      Results showed that frequent lucid dreamers solved 25 per cent more of the insight problems than the non-lucid dreamers. Dr Bourke was assisted with the study by student Hannah Shaw who has since graduated.



      More information:*

      The research, called Spontaneous Lucid Dreaming and Waking Insight, was published in the American Psychological Association's journal,*Dreaming, Vol 24(2), Jun 2014, 152-159.*DOI: 10.1037/a0036908

      *University of Lincoln**



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      Two things.

      1. It's correlation, not corrolation.

      2. There is no link between IQ and lucid dreaming.

      If anything, people who score high on tests for 'divergent thinking' (related to creativity) would be much more likely to have success with lucid dreaming.

      Just because someone has a high IQ, doesn't mean they have an open mind...
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