I agree with that actually. :] My dreams are always so fun to remember. Usually I'm like, "Uh, what possessed me to even conjure that up in my small brain? O_O"
And I'm also a firm believer that my dreams are there to help me... or something. Let's take my dream last night, for example. It was absolutely insane... and of course it included me being beaten for some reason, by some random chick I've never known. ANYWAY. In an attempt to hide from her, I ran into a room of the house which looked like it was -never- used... and hid in the corner. Well. I saw a shadow of a LARGE spider (like... bigger than it should be) on the wall... and silently freaked out. I moved a little to see if the shadow moved with me (in case I was touching its web or something) and it didn't move. I used that opportunity to book it out of that room. I managed to catch a glimpse of the spider and it was... small. Like... 5 times smaller than the shadow. If you know me - I'm one for details. Especially symbolic details. I'm going through a small conflict and it dawned on me that I'm making a bigger deal out of it than it really is. Thus the big shadow of a little spider.
:] Totally off topic, I know. Anyway, my point being here is that if I were to lucid dream, I wouldn't want to do it often. I do seek advice from my dreams a lot when I'm going through internal conflict like now... HOWEVER. When this conflict is over, I sooooo want to lucid dream and take over the world. <3 I can see it now~