To sleep; perchance to dream ...

To die, to sleep;
To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub;
For in that sleep of death what dreams may come
William Shakespeare
To be, or not to be ( Hamlet 3/1)

If you could control your dreams, if you could dream whatever you wanted and experience it so vividly as if you were awake, what would you dream?

Stephen LaBerge runs a Dream camp in Hawaii where he trains people to have lucid dreams. Watch the first part of the video and fill in the gaps with the missing words.

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video from ABC news
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1. Stephen LaBerge's technique is somewhere the Cinderella school of dreaming and the darker dreamscape of The Matrix
2. Freud was very about the idea of lucid dreaming
3. LaBerge believes that with proper you can actually control your dreams
4. In lucid dreams you can fly like a , master martial arts with no fear of injury, have a tryst with a total .
5. The two activities that people like to do the most in lucid dreaming are violating the laws of and the laws of .
6. One of the campers has already had but wants to learn about the community
7. Teaching people how to turn into butterflies s a big part of what Dream Camp is all about.
8. According to Chris Moss the only thing you can do on the is either to become lucid or just enjoy the of the place.
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