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#8 - fierceark (12/29/2013) [+] (23 replies)
The part that OP isn't telling you is that without practice, you could just be subjecting yourself to a myriad of vivid nightmares from which you cannot easily awake from.    
   
I have had this happen before when I couldn't control my dreams.   
   
MFW you believe its exactly what you want when first starting
The part that OP isn't telling you is that without practice, you could just be subjecting yourself to a myriad of vivid nightmares from which you cannot easily awake from.

I have had this happen before when I couldn't control my dreams.

MFW you believe its exactly what you want when first starting
User avatar #64 - mattdoggy (12/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
As the comments state, this will just cause sleep paralysis which is not good for you
How to really do it
1. Get a dream journal: Yes you get to be a 12 year old girl. The trick to lucid dreaming is focusing on the dreams. Writing them down the moment you wake up from them is key to helping you remember them and developing the amount of dreams you have. IT IS IMPORTANT TO WRITE IT DOWN THE MOMENT YOU WAKE FROM A DREAM, you will lose the memory of the dream within a minute or two so keep focusing on it and write it down quick.
2. Figure out your sleep schedule: Write when you went to bed, when is the last time you saw a clock or something being awake, and then when you wake up at night and in the morning. Do this over a week or two.
3. Set an alarm: Make yourself wake up an hour or hour and a half before you are supposed to wake up. This is the best time to hit the REM cycle where the most dreams occur. When you wake up you will regain consciousness but the brain will still be trying to make you dream. You just lay down and focus on dreaming and you can get better results of being conscious in a dream.
4. You have to want it: You don't just start out on day one and start dreaming. You have to focus on getting lucid dreams and think about it a lot. The more you think on it, the better you get.
5. Inception stuff: BWWAAAAAAAAA. you should carry something on you to let you know you are awake, a small item in a pocket, a simple piece of jewelry, or a mark on your skin. Randomly throughout the day look at your item to see if you are awake. If it is missing or not normal you might be asleep. Also check your surroundings to see if stuff seems normal or not often.
6. Crawl to Run: The #1 problem with lucid dreams is when you first start to get into them you get so excited you will wake yourself up. Don't try to do things like run, fly, or bang someone right away. Move your fingers, arms, legs, etc. very slowly and work your way up to the big stuff.

Remember to have fun!
#24 - omenaaa (12/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Instructions not clear enough, got mutilated by Freddy Krueger.
#49 - amonamonamon (12/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Forcing yourself into this state is a bad idea. Sleep Paralysis is pretty damn terrifying, from all the recounts you can find on the internet.   
More traditional methods of lucid dreaming, like keeping a dream diary, take longer but are much safer than inducing sleep paralysis.   
   
Plus, I've found keeping a dream diary to be pretty interesting, actually. The more you log, the more you remember your dreams. The more you remember your dreams, the more active you can become during them. Just make sure you're verbose before writing down what happened. Its imperative to include the key points of the dream, but also to make it understandable, so you can look back on it and remember. Physically writing stuff out seems to help more than typing it, too.   
   
Also, don't keep it somewhere obvious, or your friends will find it and take the piss :I
Forcing yourself into this state is a bad idea. Sleep Paralysis is pretty damn terrifying, from all the recounts you can find on the internet.
More traditional methods of lucid dreaming, like keeping a dream diary, take longer but are much safer than inducing sleep paralysis.

Plus, I've found keeping a dream diary to be pretty interesting, actually. The more you log, the more you remember your dreams. The more you remember your dreams, the more active you can become during them. Just make sure you're verbose before writing down what happened. Its imperative to include the key points of the dream, but also to make it understandable, so you can look back on it and remember. Physically writing stuff out seems to help more than typing it, too.

Also, don't keep it somewhere obvious, or your friends will find it and take the piss :I
User avatar #137 - icecubeslayer (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This is how to achieve sleep-paralysis, not a lucid dream. Sleep paralysis usually causes you to have vivid nightmare-like hallucinations while unable to move.
#38 - anonymous (12/30/2013) [+] (2 replies)
guys. please don't do this, unless you are a complete mental. Some of the statements in the post are true, like you hallucinate. and thats it. you cant control what you see or what you do. I have tried this (sleep paralysis). imagine this: you are laying in your bed watching tv, you blink, and in the next moment all the lights are out, tv is turned off, you cant speak nor move your body, only breath and see. suddenly your door opens, and you can see a silouette of an old woman, looking at you, (its here it get ****** ) i wake up(like for real) old sweaty and out of my mind, next night it happens again, but this time the lady gets closer, i wake up again (sweaty and think im loosing my mind) the third night the old lady sits down on my bed and starts reading from a book(might be the bible, dont know cus im atheist) in latin. i wake up again. this happened to me over three nights, i thought i was going mental. But i looked it up and saw that other people have had the same nightmares
User avatar #82 - meganinja ONLINE (12/30/2013) [+] (5 replies)
purposefully inducing sleep paralysis is a ******* stupid way to start lucid dreaming.
User avatar #78 - nightmarecorpse (12/30/2013) [+] (2 replies)
1. look in a mirror while lucid dreaming.
2. **** pants.
User avatar #68 - lolmasterx (12/30/2013) [-]
The first time I managed to lucid dream, I dreamt I sat in a room and did math.
#122 - anonymous (12/30/2013) [-]
never ******* try this **** . i started seeing a little girl scratching at my wall and moving fast around my room. i could not move, i could not wake up. It was ******* horrible.
User avatar #1 - ilovethereddits **User deleted account** (12/29/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Instructions unclear, got dick stuck in the fan.
#9 to #1 - oxybeans (12/29/2013) [-]
*******					 cliché all the way   
 your comment has thumbwhore written all over it
******* cliché all the way
your comment has thumbwhore written all over it
User avatar #126 - arsenymous (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This is sleep paralysis... not lucid dreaming.
#124 - flapz (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
tbh I hate those dreams... They feel extremely hard to tell apart from reality and if it about something good, then I get pissed when I wake up to find out it was all just a lie
User avatar #121 - lolfire (12/30/2013) [-]
There is not quick way to lucid dreaming.

It will take about a month and intense focus to get even close to it.


Don't believe this ******** .
#119 - shnap (12/30/2013) [+] (2 replies)
unless you want horrible vivid nightmares
unless you want horrible vivid nightmares
User avatar #67 - TwiztidNinja (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Yeah because lucid dreaming is not really ******* hard to do and even harder to continue to do once you know you are sleeping...

This takes years/decades of mental preparation to be accomplished.
User avatar #19 - teevee (12/29/2013) [-]
i somehow did this when i was little, all i heard was a lot of people screaming and i couldn't move.
it was terrible
User avatar #5 - garymotherfingoak (12/29/2013) [+] (7 replies)
the side effects are not worth it though
#47 to #34 - BerryLicious (12/30/2013) [-]
Sorry dude, but that's utter ******** . Lucid dreaming, done the proper way (and not this way described in the content, it's wrong) is actually a pretty healthy experience. You don't lose energy over it and it's virtually impossible to get addicted to. You won't harm people or yourself in real life.
It's perfectly safe, but it does take a long time and a lot of practice to get to a level where you can switch it on and off when you're drifting off to sleep / waking up (the only times you'll lucid dream, it can't be achieved in deep sleep, which is the sleep we get our most rest from)
Sorry to shoot you down man but it's got no nasty side effects, so long as you don't follow this silly sleep paralysis route.
User avatar #135 - spaceballer (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Everyone here does know this is also how you get into a lucid nightmare the worst and most scary thing that you can ever possibly experience
#10 - oxybeans (12/29/2013) [-]
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