Lucky you, having lucid dreams so often.
I know that lucid means being concious.
I was just saying that being lucid gives you the ability to really evaluate the image quality of you dream
where as normal dreams are often just hazy memories from the get go.
Funny thing is I can't do the most populuar lucid dreaming techniques
because they want you to lay still for a long time and without visualisation that just becomes boring, sense deprived torture.
I think it's mostly genetics that causes this.
There are smart people who read hundereds of books as a child
and they claim to have it so it's probably not something developmental.
Every persone has senses they can imagine very vividly and some they can barely imagine.
I can for example imagine tastes vividly while my dad cant do it at all.
I can also hear any song almost like I was listening to it with headphones
but I know people who can only hum songs in their head with their mental voice.
It's just luck of the draw which senses you get.
As for drawing, I don't think it hinders us as much as we think it does.
Only people with extreme visualisation really benefit from it. See Kim Jung Gi.
He can vividly visualize perspective grids while looking at a blank canvas.
He also imagines his image in 3d before drawing and flyes through it to find a good camera angle.
For normal people visualisation is only benefitial for creating a composition.
At least that's what I think, I have no way to test how benefitial it would really be.