| Your words were like a dream.|
But dreams could never fool me,
Not that easily.
Good job, you got one of the top three scores! You know what it is that you are doing in your dreams, and how, so much is for sure. If I’m wrong, and you are not quite the Lucid Dreamer yet, you may find the info below helpful.
Conditions: Your sleeping habits are average; there's room for improvement, but all in all, it should be no problem. If you did well in the other categories, it will hardly bother you if there is one candle missing here and there, and you certainly won’t miss the potpourris or “Soothing Ocean Sounds Vol. 3”-CD either. Not ideal if you are still learning, though.
Talent: Sensual and intuitive, you are most likely going to have the least trouble learning how to lucid dream, and your dreams will certainly be vivid enough to make it an experience to remember. Good for those who want to learn how to Lucid Dream in order to go on a sex-spree with their favourite novel characters. Don’t forget to pat the book before you go to sleep though. Unless you have serious trouble sleeping, it will come to you very easily.
Advantages: You will have less difficulty than others to get and stay in control of your dreams, as there are one or two things among your hobbies that will definitely come in handy. Lucky you!
Mastery: Wow, either your natural talent has discovered you while you didn’t notice, or you already worked your way to mastery and you only took this test to see how good you really are! I’m impressed!
But scoring highly here can also mean you are almost there, but not quite. If so, you should try asking yourself 10 times or so per day if you are dreaming, and if you make this a habit it will continue into your dreams, which can trigger a lucid dream when you realize you are dreaming. (Thanks “Third Eye” for this info! It was taken from “Private Myths: Dreams and Dreaming" by Anthony Stephens.) You may soon be the master of your own dreams! Think about it! No more nightmares you can't escape from!