Lucid Dreaming. sorry if repost. Lucid Dreaming STILL any marlin. Your brain ' posetion, minimum THU MUST ALLERT' . marmot' yuu. I knew that I would eventually run across another post on lucid dreaming. I am very glad I have. I am very familiar with the practice and application of lucid d
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#17 - cartergrey (03/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I knew that I would eventually run across another post on lucid dreaming. I am very glad I have. I am very familiar with the practice and application of lucid dreaming. Unfortunately, many people who attempt this transition of the mind into another form are inexperienced with actually doing it consciously. Most people lay and wait for their body to enter the 'shut-down state' in which they are rendered incapable of taking bodily action, yet are conscious and have their full senses. While in this state, the subconscious self comprised of fears, loathings, bad memories and experiences known as the "Shadow Self", which is ultimately everything negative about your conscious, begins to bubble up and interact with your thoughts. Honestly, there is much to be gained from this. When you can confront your alter ego directly, and overcome it, you will be limited by nothing internally, save eternity.

However, lucid dreaming is not really accessed from this point. Rather, give yourself peace or steady trance songs without lyrics. Laying in bed is an easy starting point, just before you fall asleep, lay in bed, get comfortable. Put a light pillow or blanket over your eyes so that there is no light visible, but you can still breath easily through you nose and mouth. Now think about where you would like to go, and what you want to do in your lucid dream and imagine it, similarly to daydreaming. It is really this easy. Practice as though you are daydreaming, but now you have only the daydream around you to sense and very slowly you will be transported deeper and deeper into a lucid dream state that gradually becomes more and more dreamlike and less and less attached to the material reality.

I often imagine that I am with or going to see my love interest. It is very easy to start using lucid dreaming to experience scenarios and conversations and the like to sort of try things out before you attempt them in life. Your dreams are where you really find out what you're like.
User avatar #3 - zytherman (03/14/2012) [+] (20 replies)
>See this post (this is a repost btw)
>Attempt to do this
>Success, cannot move
>But now can't fall to sleep
>Hear the noise of my computer fan
>Computer was not on
> **** /
> Few seconds later hear a really deep pain filled screaming in my ear
>Scared he to ****
>After an hour of the screaming, i can move again
>From then on i keep hearing the screaming at random times (In shower, at school ect)
>Not slept more than 30 minutes a night since

User avatar #51 - barpmeep (03/15/2012) [-]
>lay down with arms by side
>close eyes
>wait 30 seconds
>get random boner
>pass out
works every time
User avatar #35 - ruinsage (03/15/2012) [-]
I did that without knowing it when i was little.. I heard a loud noise and was in pretty much full paralysis..

I was scared ******** every time! i thought aliens were abducting me
User avatar #43 - somekornchick (03/15/2012) [+] (3 replies)
I really want to try it, but I'm scared that I will hear creepy noises and see creepy things...
User avatar #23 - bakinboy (03/15/2012) [-]
All of this is ******** . best way is to do a reality check every 20-30 minutes like asking yourself "am i dreaming" throughout the day, you'll end up doing it in your dream and realizing you're dreaming. Also keep a dream journal, as soon as you wake up write down as much as you can as soon as you wake up.
#34 - lenoodles (03/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I will have to try that!!
I will have to try that!!
User avatar #8 - mads (03/14/2012) [+] (2 replies)
This isnt a Lucid dream this is something like hypnopsychosis, dreaming when awake. A lucid dream is a dream that you can control, takes practice and is normaly set off by some kind of symbol in the dream
#1 - unigrounds (03/14/2012) [+] (8 replies)
#13 to #1 - newprinny ONLINE (03/15/2012) [-]
you don't, sleep paralysis is the scariest **** ever, i've been lucky enough to never experience it, but people who have, see and hear the scariest **** imaginable. People have seen and felt demonic manifestations laying on top of them, and looking at them, and making them unable to move or scream, kinda makes you scared to go to sleep sometimes, cuz it could happen to anyone, and trying to do this will just make it that much easier for something to go wrong
User avatar #39 - Foxpaw (03/15/2012) [-]
Read the post, thought this was badass.

Read the comments, never sleeping again. Ever.
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User avatar #57 - Dazy (03/15/2012) [-]
I want to try this! But comments completely put me off it because all I can think is 'something bad is gonna happen to me'. I'm just gonna write on a post it note to remind myself to try it on a night where I heven't read any creepy **** on FJ lol
#49 - vuittoncouture (03/15/2012) [-]
Woke up in a hallucination, have phobia for clowns, clowns with bloody tears everywhere.
**** my imagination. (Pic sorta related).
#46 - siriuslee (03/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I've controlled/remembered my dreams for as long as I can remember...
I kinda just do it.
User avatar #44 - superpedodonkey ONLINE (03/15/2012) [-]
i tried lucid dreaming, managed to get to the point where i couldn't move, but i think i properly fell asleep, can't remember anything of it except i woke up like an hour later sweating my ass off, i find it harder as i've grown up sleeping on my stomach
#27 - anonymous (03/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
One time I realized that I was dreaming and then my brain tried to thwart me by giving me 5 dreams of me waking up. **** you brain.
User avatar #12 - dafiltafish (03/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)

take 3-4 melotonin, cant conroll your dreams, but you will certainly remember them.
User avatar #22 to #12 - vgmaster (03/15/2012) [-]
i rarely remember my dreams when i take melatonin, and i have to take it aside from my days off work.
#59 - anonymous (03/15/2012) [-]
easier way to get sleep paralysis: sleep on the couch on your stomach, in daylight
User avatar #36 - fidgetyfoe (03/15/2012) [-]
I do this unconsciously, it annoys me when I wake up.
User avatar #28 - balafas (03/15/2012) [-]
I want to try this so bad...sounds badass
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