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The notions of continuity and discontinuity are discussed in relation to the phenomenon of lucid dreaming (awareness of dreaming while dreaming). Lucid dreams seem to be more dreamlike than non-lucid dreams both in terms of their content and REM sleep physiology and therefore are more discontinuous with our waking experience. They also seem to represent some "crack" – discontinuity – in the ordinary autocreative process of dreaming or in the state of protoconsciousness as suggested by Hobson.doi:10.11588/ijodr.2011.2.9146 fatcat:e4ivxqxon5gcrgmpiyxim6vj5m