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      Learn foreign language while lucid?

      I heard some people learned new skills while being lucid like the one dude learned to play guitar while some one else learned foreign language Spanish I think .. Any one think that's possible or can say they have done something similar ... Because if that a possible lucid dreaming would be priceless

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      We can assume some astral projection or OBE so yes it would be possible. Theoretically you can reach your previous lives, other people's minds, some kind of shared human (collective) consciousness or maybe boost your brain to be able to learn something just from memories, when you for example saw someone playing an musical instrument. Those are just theories, yea possible ones but I never saw anyone who would be able to do so.

      Who knows. In my opinion, it's possible maybe, but it would take a lot of time or maybe even using some special, not very well knows techniques to achieve such things.
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      I wouldn't say it is impossible, just very unlikely.
      There is still a lot of stuff we don't know about our consciousness, and maybe there could be some form of connection between our minds that we don't fully understand yet.
      I am skeptical though, since there is still no evidence of this, but we can always hope.

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      That cool... But you can probably learn how to dance or something like the dude on you tube the Iraqi English dude nick he said he over calming the fear of public speaking in his lucid dreams .... I dunno about that dude

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      Perhaps one can enhance his or her skills through practicing while lucid. That I can see. Especially since after we sleep a good night's sleep, we retain what we learned from the day before a lot better than when we didn't sleep very well.

      I'm currently researching the connection between language acquisition through immersion and language in lucid dreams to see if there's a connection between one's knowledge of a language represented in his or her dreams, specifically lucid dreams, but non-lucid dreams as well.

      But from my experience as a language learner, one could not learn a language solely from dreaming. Learning a language takes exposure to the native level language. You start to dream in a foreign language often if you are exposed to it regularly (even if you don't speak it well) I have had a dream in Cantonese because of being exposed to Cantonese on a regular basis (back in high school) even though I didn't know beyond a few words in Cantonese. I dreamed in Cantonese, but I didn't recall what was being said, only that it was in Cantonese. I'm learning Japanese and dream in Japanese several times a week. Sometimes I remember exactly what was being said, sometimes I don't, only what it meant and that it was in Japanese. Sometimes the Japanese is incorrect, sometimes it is correct. I also dream in Japanese Sign Language, another language I'm learning, but less often, since I'm not exposed to it as often.

      What would be interesting is if you learned a language while a kid, but forgot how to speak it growing up because of no longer using it, then seeing if you could trigger it somehow while dreaming and re-learn it through dreaming. I heard that learning a language you lost is easier than learning it fresh. It could be somewhere in your brain and you have to re-access it and lucid dreaming perhaps could be part of that.
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