Can you read in lucid dreams? During lucid dreaming, your language processing areas of the brain are not fully awake, but they are much more active. That means that reading while you’re dreaming is actually possible.
Is it normal to be able to read in dreams? Not really. Simply put, you can’t read real-life books in dreams because your eyes are closed. If you are reading in a dream, the text is a projection of your subconscious. It may make sense, at least in the dream, but it doesn’t reflect reality.
What triggers lucid dreams? The most common reasons for inducing lucid dreams include wish fulfillment, overcoming fears, and healing. Some studies have also shown a link between inducing lucid dreams and overcoming the fear and distress associated with nightmares.
What does it mean if you lucid dream a lot? Our results suggest that frequent lucid dreaming is associated with increased functional connectivity between aPFC and temporoparietal association areas, regions normally deactivated during sleep.