Whenever i dream

I see familiar faces, such as family, friends, and my fiance. Additionally, I can also hear their voices in some of them.

I can see the time, sky, vehicles, and locations in my dreams.

Are these lucid dreams? I've heard about how vivid they are.

Is It Normal?
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  • Nope. A lucid dream is a dream in which you know you're dreaming.

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  • I don't understand your question.

    You see people from real life in your dreams? So what? That's literally how dreams work. The brain can't make up faces so you can only see people in your dreams whom you've seen in real life. Lucid dreams are dreams you can control because you are aware that you are dreaming..

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    • Is there any actual proof that the human brain can't make up faces?

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    • That's the thing, I can see faces of familiar people in my dreams. I mean those dreams are probably lucid as I'm aware of my dream state. Thus being the reason why I can see the faces of familiar people.

      Maybe this might not make any sense to you, but this is why I am asking.

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  • A person can’t see the sky in dreams, no person ever has, the brain can’t render it coherently.

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    • Then why can I?

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      • You can’t

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        • I can. The idea that you can't is really stupid sounding and I can't see a way of actually testing that.

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          • If you can lucid dream you can test anything dream wise. That’s the point of learning to do it really

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          • The sky is one of the things most widely known to be unrendered. You could be looking around a complete room say, and then there’s a person in the room, as soon as you focus on the person the room isn’t overly noticeable or detailed. The brain has even more issue with huge scapes like the sky.

            Dreams are just a bunch of scapes and images that are constantly fluctuating. You are filling in the blanks in waking memory thinking you saw a complete sky, but while in the dreamscape you’re certainly didn’t. I’ve always been a lucid dreamer naturally and have had this conversation a few times

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