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#768 - bdowns
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(03/19/2012) [-]
**bdowns rolled a random image posted in comment #2987027 at FJ Pony Thread **
#766 - zhahje
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(03/19/2012) [-]
The original post seems to be describing WILD (Wake-Induced Lucid Dreaming), which actually gets you into sleep paralysis, although in VERY general terms.

Although sleep paralysis is not necessary, it can be used to get lucid easily (i.e. you wak up in the middle of the night and you are in SP). If you are somewhat used to it and are aware that anything you see or feel is invented by you (which I am neither of both trololo) it can even be fun.

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#764 - hillmau
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(03/19/2012) [-]
i posted that pic yesterday :o
#763 - auesis
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It works if you persevere and keep taking in to account the fact that everything you see is not real. After a short while, I took that on board and the fear sank away, instead leaving behind a proper sense of control. All the nightmare-ish **** vanished after a few minutes. All you have to do is NOT be scared and remain focused. That's when the cool **** happens. I went from being cornered by a giant scorpion to intergalactic adventures with Kamina from Gurren Lagann and David Mitchell the comedian.
It works if you persevere and keep taking in to account the fact that everything you see is not real. After a short while, I took that on board and the fear sank away, instead leaving behind a proper sense of control. All the nightmare-ish **** vanished after a few minutes. All you have to do is NOT be scared and remain focused. That's when the cool **** happens. I went from being cornered by a giant scorpion to intergalactic adventures with Kamina from Gurren Lagann and David Mitchell the comedian.
#774 to #763 - aliciainthekitchen
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Delightful
#762 - notevenmad
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I swear to god, that i lucid dreamt last night. I fell asleep in the family lounge chair, on my back. 'twas amazing.
#759 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
I've had many lucid dreams before but never involving sleep paralysis. i was simply in my dream, and realized "wait this is just a dream, i can do whatever i want" and then i went and ****** the nearest girl, then jumped off the nearest cliff because that always woke me up.

#804 to #759 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
cause cliffs are always near when you need them...

******** dreams!
#755 - Mojake
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I did this accidentally a few months ago, I had the ******* most horrible nightmare ever and it wasn't even scary. It was something to do with an elevator but it was the first time I've ever been genuinely terrified. Couldn't sleep the whole night afterwards and had to lay awake with my light on for like 6 hours.

Still tempted to try again tonight though.
#771 to #755 - anon
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you had the most horrible nightmare. it wasnt scary. it made you genuinely terrified.

one of the above does not belong
#776 to #771 - Mojake
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That's the point, I mean had someone else seen it from my mind, they would have been like 'the **** is this *****, but to me it was ******* terrifying.
#795 to #776 - doodthedud
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(03/19/2012) [-]
I know that feel.

I had a dream where someone who was usually bald had hair. I woke up with the most horrific terror imaginable. Then I went "dafuq?"
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#748 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Watch the film 'insidious' that film is sort of based on a boy who does it...what it weird to is that i watched that film last night for the first time and then i see this post... think i might try it.
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#737 - lucidplatypus
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(03/19/2012) [-]
when i had sleep paralysis for the first time, every "nightmare" i've had since then hasn't been scary or whatever. interesting. pic somewhat related.
#735 - pizzapastasaurous
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(03/19/2012) [-]
I do lucid dreaming as often as I can, it isnt as described, possibly theworst ive had is when I murdered a teacher and ate his body. My best was when I was flying through space and lying on a chair on Mars.
#789 to #735 - cookingfragsyum
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>I murdered a teacher and ate his body
>ate his body
#728 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
This makes me realize that I had sleep paralysis once, it is kind of scary. I did not have any hallucinations, however I could not move my body, it took an extreme amount of force and energy to wake myself up. I could feel myself slowly turning towards the edge of the bed hoping the fall would wake me up. Luckily I managed to wake up before falling.
#727 - dinokalz
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funnyjunk.com/channel/morbid-channel/Sleep+Paralysis+Morbid+Channel/bseGGof/   
   
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#726 - zhaffy
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(03/19/2012) [-]
I saw a face. Scary one. Just the face and i awoke.
#725 - pinnacleofponies
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#721 - Pedobearchaser
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(03/19/2012) [-]
That comic with the stumbling girl.... that was the most scarred i've ever been.... oh god....
#736 to #721 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
What comic are you talking about?
#746 to #736 - Pedobearchaser
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it was some korean comic i think.... trust me... you NEVER want to see it.... as the post said, ignorance is bliss
#720 - robotgoose
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Thanks for letting people know about this, I've tried to achieve lucid dreaming but the results I've come up with were all terryfying.   
Once I entered sleep paralysis and opened my eyes, only to see a huge black centipede crawling up on my exposed leg, under my blanket and onto my face.   
   
I've never tried it again since (I am terrified of insects with many legs)
Thanks for letting people know about this, I've tried to achieve lucid dreaming but the results I've come up with were all terryfying.
Once I entered sleep paralysis and opened my eyes, only to see a huge black centipede crawling up on my exposed leg, under my blanket and onto my face.

I've never tried it again since (I am terrified of insects with many legs)
#729 to #720 - zhaffy
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Then you'll hate the condominium estate I live in. My area just had the land used, and there are lots o' bloody millipedes
#739 to #729 - robotgoose
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To be honest, there aren't many things I am afraid of. But the things I fear, I fear them quite much.
Many legged insects, compact darkness, large windows, being the only one awake in a house and cracking floorboards are a few.
And that kind of sucks, since I always manage to stay up til ~0:30 at least, then having to get out of my light room, into our big, dark room that's also connected to our even bigger (and darker) living room. Also, the floorboards ouside my rooms crack. And there are big windows in our living room and the room outside mine.
#743 to #739 - zhaffy
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(03/19/2012) [-]
We all have our demons. I myself, have lots for things to fear.I fear Giant insects ( a huge moth chased me once) , being alone, butterflies. basically quite similar to yours
#765 to #743 - robotgoose
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(03/19/2012) [-]
I feel you, man.
#719 - vepevellu
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(03/19/2012) [-]
If you don't want to see creepy people in your sleep paralysis, watch porn before trying to reach this state. The subconscious is filled with deep fear and pleasure. It will normally show you your fears, unless it remembers something else. However if you ever reach sleep paralysis do this: Try to wiggle your toes and fingers, due to the fact that they are far away from your brain ,it should wake you up.
#717 - Pein
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Yes, this happened to me before. Same dream every time. Except I'm sure I had Satan knocking on the door to get me. I ended up having to grunt/scream to wake myself up.