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      Can repetitiveness be considered a dream sign?

      So I have been contemplating my dreams recently(just started recording them in a dream journal too) and I have found that they all share a repetitive nature. For example shovelling corn into my mouth, sharks eating each other over and over and scene panning out into larger ones in a sequence ect. Even the ones in the past have always required some repetition task or event. It usually feels completely natural though like everyone does it sort of attitude and it usually feels like an accomplishment too. Anyways I am wondering if the pattern is enough for me to recognize it is a dream and become lucid. Do most people have these kinds of dreams? Should I look for a better dream sign. Again any advice would be appreciated

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      Anything that you can identify as a pattern in your dreams can be used a dream sign. So, next time you find something like this happening, do a reality check! It might take a while for you to remember to do it, but it'll happen!

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      Thanks for the reply and yeah I have to get used to the reality check thing. Seems kinda strange at first but I am sure over time I will get used to it haha.

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