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      Cold lucid air = cold waking air?

      Last night I had an LD. In the dream, I was standing in a parking lot and became lucid. The sky had little fluffy clouds and the sun was shining. I inhaled and the air was crisp, clean, and a tad cold. It's been established that real world stimulus to our bodies can be incorporated into dreams. People have been sprayed with water while dreaming and dreamed of rain. Nose-plug RCs verify that involuntary activities continue despite dream action. My question is this: does the quality of dream air reflect the quality of air in the "real world"? It is winter time, so the air is a bit chilly, but when I woke up I felt a bit warm.

      What do you guys think? Is air temperature variable in an LD? Could I just have been percieving it as cold when it wasn't?
      A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world. ~ Oscar Wilde

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      Could be either. Depends.

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      Last night I had a dream where I was in a desert. The air was hot, and arid. I woke up in a 60 degree house (my family likes it cold).

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      I for one have never noticed temperature fluctuations in my dreams, might try jumping into a fire sometime
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      I sleep with the windows open in my room. So I have dreams where I'm too cold, and always wake up to my cold bedroom. But yea that's the only time it's not a comfortable temp, like 72 in my dream.

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