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User avatar #74 - travicus (10/11/2011) [-]
>Lay down and go to sleep.
>You must stay awake
#289 - jjholt (10/11/2011) [-]
Hey bro you asleep yet?
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Hey bro you asleep yet?
#183 - joeflan (10/11/2011) [-]
knowing my luck this would happen while i was layed flat
knowing my luck this would happen while i was layed flat
#201 to #183 - dennisc (10/11/2011) [-]
i have the weirdest boner right now...
#209 to #183 - teamrocketninja ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
Why do you even have that saved?!
Why do you even have that saved?!
#189 to #183 - likelike (10/11/2011) [-]
Was about to try lucid dreaming.. I dont think I will now.
Was about to try lucid dreaming.. I dont think I will now.
User avatar #79 - IshimelofSomewhere (10/11/2011) [-]
this never worked for me

what worked for me was
1) every night when you wake up write down what you dreamed that night, this will condition you to remember your dreams
2) dispite the growing disturbing imagery of your dreams you continue this to the point that you can realize when you start dreaming. When you finaly realize that you are dreaming you can start controlling your dreams
3) Start small, everyone's first impulse is to have sex/ fly but if your mind knows that these things are not things you normally do it will automatically wake you up.
4) do little things like walk around your home/ park untill you meet a strange person
5) start asking this person questions, he is your subconsious he can answer any questions you know but fail to accept on the consious level.
6) you ask him some things
7) wake up screaming and crying about the things he told you

ITT; lucid dreaming can backfire and **** you up
#84 to #79 - mattdoggy (10/11/2011) [-]
ive been there bro
had a lucid dream go wrong and lost control
dreamed zombies were eating me alive.
Is some painful junk
couldn't even walk the next day
#54 - potatos ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
I've experienced sleep paralysis once, but not this controlled kind.
It was the most terrifying thing i have ever been through, and you can't even pay me for having that happen again.

Scumbag brain always finds a way to make you **** your pants.
#94 to #54 - sauronpwnr (10/11/2011) [-]
I have also experienced this. I awoke from sleeping in my car and couldn't move at all, breathing was difficult and my vision began to fade. I thought i was about to die.
User avatar #95 to #94 - potatos ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
Yeah, i had troubles breathing too.
Things were just so ******* insane. My friend who was sleeping in the same room came from the bathroom, and i was certain it was a ******* monster.
And he got frraked out as well, since i was looking straight at him and was trying to cry for help.

**** still gives me goosebumps.
User avatar #96 to #95 - sauronpwnr (10/11/2011) [-]
My family was talking in the car and I couldn't understand what they were saying, i thought it was like on the films when they start to die and they can hear all other dead people at once
#59 to #54 - imorality (10/11/2011) [-]
^This

I get it sometimes once or twice a month, its ******* terrifying but after a while you know how to deal with it
User avatar #86 to #54 - mattdoggy (10/11/2011) [-]
That's the truth, you will see the scariest crap ever.
Don't know if it is just me but i feel the pain like its real and will wake up hurting insanely bad
#63 to #54 - grimmguy ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
This has happened to me so many times and every time, I think that I will be stuck in a coma for the rest of my life.
User avatar #389 to #63 - joeykaze ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
look at my comment #374
User avatar #104 to #54 - ooaltairoo (10/11/2011) [-]
Wait, wait, wait, what happened? What did you see?! Please, if you feel very uncomfortable with talking about it then forget it, but if you can, please tell us a story/explain what happened to you.

I'll even log out to give you extra thumbs D:
User avatar #116 to #104 - potatos ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
Well, me and my friend was sleeping in my parents basement last summer, nothing unusal about that. I slept in a couch, and had fallen asleep to a movie.
My friend went to the bathroom, and on his way back he turned off the projector. When you do that, it beeps, and for a few seconds there is just blue light on the screen.

I guess i partly woke up from the beep, and all i saw was this blue light. My friend was standing in fron of the screen, so i just saw his silhuett against the blue light on the screen.
I'm a little fuzzy on the details, but i saw something horriying from all of that. I couldn't breathe normally, and i was trying to scream. I also had my eyes wide opened and was starring right at my friend. And since i couldnt move, i was unable to turn my head away or to close my eyes. There was just this ******* monsters walking against me.

He manages to wake me up, and i have no idea what the **** just happened. It took me a few minutes to collect my thoughts and calm down.
I have no idea what my brain made me see, but it was NOT pleasant.
User avatar #374 to #116 - joeykaze ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
sleep paralysis is quite common, but people that experience it are afraid of telling anyone as they fear that others will think of them as mad. nobody knows for sure what or why it happens.

Most logical explanation is that when you dream your astral body (soul of you wish) leaves your physical body. ergo the feeling of paralysis because your mind is separated from body. When you are dreaming you are still alive, dreams are not illusion, they are another realm of reality, one that is not binded by timespace continuum. When your astral self returns into physicall self if impact is too great physicall and astral body fail to connect back at full level. you are aware but are unable to move or do anything as a result. You feel pressure on your chest or head because thats where astral body leaves during sleep and returns. Hallucinations are something different.

why you have seen them i don't know. Mybe because your consciousness was between astral world and physicall world and hence you were able to see both. Your bodily disfunction sent out frequency of extreme fright, which attracts beings that feed upon such energies. And they present themselves to you in such way to increase that output. Most people see these beings as shadows darker than black.(when u see it u'll **** brix) They are called Shadows - Shadow people. In western occultism they are refered to as succubi and its male counterpart incubuses.

This is all from eastern, western occult knowledge and my personal experience.
I hope i helped someone with my knowledge :)
#388 to #374 - joeykaze ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
also if you experience paralysis a lot, learn to sleep on your side. It helps. And if these beings engage in any physical activities with you be sure to find urself an exorcist. or... GHOSTBUSTERS!    
  
  
.. but rly find an exorcist. You may say catholic church is retarded, lying and all but they are good in exorcism.  OR find a witch, u'd be surprised how many practitioners you can find.  
  
  
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also if you experience paralysis a lot, learn to sleep on your side. It helps. And if these beings engage in any physical activities with you be sure to find urself an exorcist. or... GHOSTBUSTERS!


.. but rly find an exorcist. You may say catholic church is retarded, lying and all but they are good in exorcism. OR find a witch, u'd be surprised how many practitioners you can find.


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User avatar #250 to #116 - ooaltairoo (10/11/2011) [-]
Holy crap, that just scared the **** out of me O_O


Thanks for sharing m8, have a thumb :D
#318 - jesustoaster (10/11/2011) [-]
Lucid dreaming is so epic. If you think the sleep paralysis is bad because of the hallucinations wait until it becomes a bit routine. Then bask in the glory of it becoming a dream that you know is happening, jumping out of bed, and punching that scary monster/shadow/whatever the **** you think of in the face. Don't let the idea of a monster attacking you freak you out. It's really a stress reducer, unless you get depressed that your dream is not reality and develop high expectations for reality.

One night when I entered a sleep paralysis, scary hallucination, I imagined and constructed a claymore(two handed sword) in my hand under the bed, when the creature (which was a LFD Hunter with no hood, white face, deep black eyes, and HUGE gruesome claws) jumped at me, I threw the covers off and drove the claymore through his abdomen. And threw it on the floor. Then I became all [Prototype] and absorbed it and had the giant claws it had, then I started to kill monsters and **** for the rest of my dream.

It's ******* fun as hell.
Inb4: Cool Story Bro.
User avatar #345 to #318 - RulesOfTheInternet (10/11/2011) [-]
cool story bro

because... **** you.
#220 - kragnass (10/11/2011) [-]
two words: Megan Fox
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User avatar #89 to #3 - boogyshadow (10/11/2011) [-]
In theory if you do it regularly... Couldn't it become the same principle as inception? You lose track of which reality is real and fake... You would need a way to tell the difference... Who is to tell if say spinning a top in a dream wouldn't play back the same results as it would in a dream... Did I just blow your mind?... I know I just blew my own.
#92 to #89 - boogyshadow (10/11/2011) [-]
In a dream as it would in reality* 			****		 my life.
In a dream as it would in reality* **** my life.
User avatar #392 to #89 - joeykaze ONLINE (10/11/2011) [-]
no.

no.

Unless ur a lobotomite, u know what is real and what is dream. Try punching yourself. It doesnt hurt in dreams.
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User avatar #16 to #3 - BrandoGreat (10/11/2011) [-]
It can sometimes become really ****** up and you will have the worst nightmares, worse than anyone can imagine
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User avatar #294 to #62 - wiredguy (10/11/2011) [-]
Worth the risk eh ;)
User avatar #438 to #294 - samanthathepylon **User deleted account** (01/14/2014) [-]
Not really
#339 - ispy (10/11/2011) [-]
#320 - chucknorrisop (10/11/2011) [-]
control my dreams? finally i can **** any bitch iwant
#328 to #320 - Tenkai (10/11/2011) [-]
at least you will **** this guy in the background...

well ****
#38 - spenol (10/11/2011) [-]
I should try this, maybe I can finally find a girl.
User avatar #25 - sophachu (10/11/2011) [-]
I lucid dream.

Another, better way to become lucid is to get used to doing reality checks when your awake. For example every time I walk through a door I'll dig my nail into my palm (if you have your nails just give your self a little pinch) not so much that it really hurts, just so you feel a little twang. Once you get used to doing this you'll even do it in your dreams, except in the dreams you won't feel it so you'll realize you're dreaming and from then on control the dream.

You just need to condition yourself to sub consciously checking whether you're dreaming or not. You can also read things more than once (in a dream the words will be all effed up). You can draw 2 little dots on your thumb knuckles and look at them every 5-10 minutes during the day (they wont be there in your dream). Just get so used to questioning reality that you'll start doing it in your dream ^__^

At first you get excited and wake yourself up but you eventually get better. it's fun and worth the training :3
User avatar #82 to #25 - Fabianz (10/11/2011) [-]
Would that also work with like biting your tongue a bit? And I read somewhere you should write your dreams down so you can remember them better?
User avatar #432 to #82 - sophachu (10/12/2011) [-]
Yup, keep a dairy. Because you could go lucid but not remember (:
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User avatar #344 to #25 - theqk (10/11/2011) [-]
well I heard if you start to wake up you can just spin in your dream
User avatar #433 to #344 - sophachu (10/12/2011) [-]
Works sometimes.
#305 - aleksisti (10/11/2011) [-]
What if I dream about dreaming in a dream?
#77 - NumaNumaNumaYEA (10/11/2011) [-]
You have obviously never experienced sleep paralysis.

It's almost like hell, if you don't know how to control yourself
#238 - ghastlytomato (10/11/2011) [-]
but what if your dream is not a dream but a nightmare then your worst fear happens slenderman
#405 to #238 - stefanXD (10/12/2011) [-]
wow you ass why'd you have to ******* remind me of that
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#106 - kythonic (10/11/2011) [-]
I can't decide whether to try this or not... on the one hand, sleep paralysis may be terrifying and hell-like, but on the other hand, sex with megan fox.
#288 to #106 - anon (10/11/2011) [-]
Try using the reality check method. Start counting the fingers on your hand when you find yourself looking at your hand while you a awake. After several days of performing these small "reality checks", you will check unconsiously. Then, your brain may start checking your fingers while you are dreaming. Often while dreaming, your mind will remove details like how many fingers you have, and your dreaming self may count more or less than five digits on your hand. At this point, your brain will realize it is dreaming and you may become lucid.

Although more time consuming, this is a far less scary introduction to lucid dreamng, and once reality checking is second nature it will not be a hindrance to you.

While lucid dreaming, it is very easy to force yourself awake simply by wanting to be awake. Lucid dreaming has been used for years as a solution to recurring nightmares, because you gain control and with willpower can defeat your "dream demons" by any method you can imagine, from fighting them to simply waking up. You need not fear you will be "stuck" in a dream. The only way to know the effects is to try it. Good luck.

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#43 - buttwhipe (10/11/2011) [-]
lol 			****		 that 			****		. it sounds awesome to try, but i dont want to be trapped in the dream world, and go through what happened in Insidious.
lol **** that **** . it sounds awesome to try, but i dont want to be trapped in the dream world, and go through what happened in Insidious.
User avatar #49 to #43 - yunnie (10/11/2011) [-]
Fukken saved
User avatar #45 to #43 - wyldstallyns (10/11/2011) [-]
As Neo would say: Whoa. I saw this post awhile ago (retoast), and I know how trippy it is. So as I was scrolling down to the comments, I repeatedly say " **** that **** .". Than I see your post. Creepy.
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