Dream initiated lucid dream

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DILD (Dream Initiated Lucid Dream) was coined by Dr. Stephen LaBerge, a psychophysiologist who specialized in oneironautics. It is used to refer to any lucid dream where the dreamer becomes aware that they are in a dream while inside it. This is in contrast to WILD (Wake Initiated Lucid Dream) in which the dreamer brings their woken awareness into a dream while falling asleep.

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