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I saw this post yesterday...
Lucid Dreaming
PERFECTLY STILL. You must any . Bouv mm "
getting attatch, ' , wanting to blink ammo
too'
ALL OF THESE IMPULSES. Ann: moat mcfuckyou
Pardons. halucinate(
Bouv
yoot_ rt.
dreams.
Let me tell you a couple of things.
This isn' t a way to achieve lucid dreaming.
All you will achieve is sleep paralysis.
This happens to alot of people without even
trying. Believe me when I tell you it' s the
scariest thing I' felt in my life. You are in
a paralysis state, and you hallucinate,
seeing human figures in your room or
hearing voices or both. It' s usualy diferent
for everyone. Others see an old lady in their
room, a tall guy, an ugly ghostblade woman
or what ever. Worst thing about it is that
you can' t do anything , since you
are paralyzed. So instead of controling your
dream you end up having a vivid nightmare
from wich you can' t wake up easily.
So unless you WANT to have a terrifying
experience, don' t try it and actually wish
that it doesn' t happen to you accidentally.
I know this isn' t a funny post but I thought
people should know. Ir)
AS LONG AS SHE
DOESN' T COME
AFTER ME...
I' LL BE FINE.
IGNORANCE IS BLISS
...
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - LaBarata
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(09/14/2013) [-]
I know this feeling. This right here is the reason I can never sleep on my back.
User avatar #65 to #3 - mizzdepp
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same here .
User avatar #92 to #65 - LaBarata
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The reason sleep paralysis happens is that your body paralyzes you to make sure you don't end up acting out your dreams. The trick is, though. If you ever have sleep paralysis, hold your breath. It'll wake your body up.
User avatar #82 to #3 - edden
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I'm not sure why it happens to me, but I have sleep paralysis and lucid dreams at least 5-6 times a month.

The only thing is when I have sleep paralysis, it's happened so much that I just close my eyes and think of good things which usually just makes me fall asleep again.

And when I have a lucid dream, It's like I know it's a dream but I can't control it for some reason, I even try to change the color of a wall or something but I can't.
User avatar #91 to #82 - LaBarata
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The reason sleep paralysis happens is that your body paralyzes you to make sure you don't end up acting out your dreams. The trick is, though. If you ever have sleep paralysis, hold your breath. It'll wake your body up.
User avatar #105 to #91 - edden
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sometimes to wake myself up I try to slowly move my body, starting with my finger and **** and it feels like i'm moving it and waking up but I usually end up falling back asleep
#108 to #105 - LaBarata
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User avatar #21 - notahuman
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Yeah i tried this once but i didn't go all the way into it because after like 20-30 minutes I heard someone walking down my hall in a heavy cloak and noped the **** up
User avatar #2 - ubercookieboy
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Of course it's going to give you nightmares if you are terrified.

You need a good degree of inner calm to take advantage of it, otherwise it's just going to be an unpleasant experience.
User avatar #68 to #2 - forbesydemon
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You don't even have control over anything at all. And it's not a state where you ever will have control. It's just pure terror, and inner calm will just make it less scary rather than allow you to manipulate it.
User avatar #98 to #68 - ubercookieboy
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There's a very fine line between having the ability to influence your dreams and tripping like a ************. Once the latter occurs then you will just fall asleep.
User avatar #120 to #98 - forbesydemon
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I've been able to control my dreams for a long time and have never paid too much attention to how it happens so I tried this method to induce it. But I do know my tells. I know I'm dreaming due to a sudden loss of balance and I can't click my fingers or rub my nose in a dream so i confirm by trying to do one of those. But the method in the picture has only ever caused night terrors or sleep paralysis for me as I tried to force myself into a lucid dream.
User avatar #6 to #2 - whyisitsohardtohav
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so, it's like shrooms?
#18 to #6 - theydontlikeu
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shrooms are just awesome. if you have no inner calm, they just may make it so you do for the first time in your life
#72 - animepost
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Okay let me set the record straight since I pretty much experienced both in one night.
During the whole lucid dreaming craze I tried it one night and it worked.
So I make myself fly, cool, so far so good. Then I think "hmm... Maybe I can wake myself up?"
So I try. Guess what? Sleep paralysis. I remember seeing a hooded figure stand over me almost touching my face and then a clown started eating my feet. And yep, as it says you're completely aware but also totally paralysed. I looked it up and it's a normal symptom to feel terror and threatened during sleep paralysis. It's a panic system caused by the body. Kind of like a "red-alert" from the subconscious to the concious mind, however, the subconscious cannot speak the language of the conscious mind. It's entire being is encrypted data, therefore it can only communicate cryptically. Kind of like riddles - thus we get the horrific hallucinations. This info comes from my sister's best friend who was in her last year of med school and she said it's related to sleep-walking. It's the same reason why you shouldn't wake a sleep-walker - they'll enter a state of panic because regular sleep means going through a sequence of stages: 1 -2 -3 -2 -1. Going from 3 to 1 so quickly will activate the "red-alert" from the sub-concious. What you're SUPPOSED to do is guide the sleep-walker back to bed and let them continue sleeping. The same goes for lucid dreaming. Have your fun, then go back to sleep. And whatever you do, DON'T TRY TO WAKE UP.
User avatar #86 to #72 - besle
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well, to be fair, i've found that waking yourself up is easy if you know a bit about sleep paralysis.

I've tried the bad kind of lucid dreaming a couple of times, and found that the easiest way to wake yourself, is to focus on moving your toes or fingers. Your body never fully paralyzes your smaller limbs, so you should be able to move then slightly, untill you get better control, and in the end, being fully capable of moving your body.
#125 to #72 - anon id: eb638905
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don't wake up, or you might just so happen to wake up.
User avatar #27 - Silver Quantum
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it only happened to me once that i accidentally had a lucid dream. it started off as a normal dream, but then i woke up for like half a second, then went back to sleep and continued with the same dream. i freaked out cause i was aware i was dreaming at that point. my wife was also in my dream. what blew my mind is that i actually managed to convince her she was part of my dream, and she tried to help me wake up.
#107 - smoothmcgroove
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Tried it once, sleep paralysis. Three dark, demonic figures slipped into my room and approached me (kind of like in the movie Ghost, with Patrick Swayze), and all I could do was watch. ******* 7spooky9me
Tried it once, sleep paralysis. Three dark, demonic figures slipped into my room and approached me (kind of like in the movie Ghost, with Patrick Swayze), and all I could do was watch. ******* 7spooky9me
#100 - lolmasterx
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One time after I was done with a standardized test in high school, I put my head down to go to sleep and I dozed off a little, maybe about twenty minutes.
When I woke up, I wanted to go to the restroom, so I attempted to get up, but I couldn't. I mean, I literally couldn't move at all. It terrified the **** out of me, so I tried to say something like "Someone help," but I couldn't even talk. I just wound up breathing heavily, hoping someone would notice something was wrong, but nobody did anything. I kept trying **** for about ten minutes (or what felt like it) before I finally just gave up and went back to sleep, and when I woke up that time, I was able to move.

**** terrified me, let me tell you. Felt like I was wearing an iron body suit.
#122 to #100 - slendermansgooch
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same thing happened to me except i was on my couch napping. it was crazy i couldnt even lift my head or breathe
User avatar #66 - mizzdepp
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try this
The Science of Lucid Dreaming
#26 - broismaaad
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I lucid dream almost every night, I call it astral projection but whatever floats your boat
I lucid dream almost every night, I call it astral projection but whatever floats your boat
User avatar #110 to #26 - crazyhindu
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Two different things, astral projection is when you supposedly leave your body like your consciousness does and you can go anywhere. like you will see your real body and everything nothing dream like will happen except for flying around.
User avatar #1 - schnizel
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Our mind is madness, either you control it or give in to it.