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#8 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
does this mean i can dream about anything i want? literally..... anything?
#206 to #8 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
the only thing though is you can feel guilt. lots and lots of guilt.
#120 to #8 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
If you can't concentrate enough your lucid dream will morph as you get laid though, it can turn pretty ****** up.
User avatar #25 to #8 - jetpistol (05/09/2013) [-]
If you get too exited you wake up
#14 to #8 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
I believe it's suggested you avoid sex dreams in lucid sleep, since you are basically ******* your sub-concious.
User avatar #16 to #14 - therealtjthemedic (05/09/2013) [-]
i wanna **** my subconsious
User avatar #48 to #16 - xplosevdiarrhea (05/09/2013) [-]
My subconscious is so damn sexy though.
#38 to #14 - software (05/09/2013) [-]
its worth it
#115 to #14 - roarflmao (05/09/2013) [-]
Uhm.. I always thought of it more as masturbation..
User avatar #146 to #14 - marinald (05/10/2013) [-]
Talk about "go **** yourself"
User avatar #126 to #14 - senortesta (05/10/2013) [-]
bitch please thats pretty much all I dream about
User avatar #166 to #14 - roflsaucer (05/10/2013) [-]
So you ******** yourself?
Sounds good.
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User avatar #262 to #14 - profarnsworth (05/10/2013) [-]
Whats wrong with that?
#207 to #14 - hazardpay (05/10/2013) [-]
i have had only one lucid dream, first and only  thing i did was bring up the biggest titted girl in my school and 			*********		 her. i have no regrets.
i have had only one lucid dream, first and only thing i did was bring up the biggest titted girl in my school and ********* her. i have no regrets.
User avatar #293 to #207 - meganinja (05/10/2013) [-]
Wow same thing happened to me. I had been having a reccurring nightmare, and when it happened I realized it and controlled my dreams. Then I made a big titted girl and tried to **** her but my vision went green and I woke up.

God damn subconscious trying to prevent me from knowing my dreams.
#194 to #14 - operationcomando (05/10/2013) [-]
Welp, I ****** my own sub-conscious,


Wish I knew not to do that sooner.
#33 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
I'd rather not control my dreams, they're more exciting and less predictable that way.

If I could control my dreams, I'd never have seen my mother burst into my room and shoot Slender Man with a shotgun.
#124 to #33 - freeyourmind (05/10/2013) [-]
unless you wanted to...
User avatar #131 to #124 - starshroom (05/10/2013) [-]
freeyourmind is right. that is the cool part of lucid dreams :)
make out with your favorite superstar, shoot lasers at your worst enemy, or like I did, try opium o.0
User avatar #158 to #131 - gespony ONLINE (05/10/2013) [-]
But how does your brain know how opium feels like if you never tried it irl?
User avatar #338 to #158 - starshroom (05/10/2013) [-]
I guess it didn't. It was all weird and swirly, and when I woke up again I realized that was probably not at all what opium feels like. Yet I still felt a satisfaction that I had "tried it" without the real life risks, like it was a small victory. Either way my brain did it's very best to simulate what it might be like. Just the eternal freedom of choosing your universe is highly satisfying, opium or no!
#37 - sckmybllz (05/09/2013) [-]
I know some people with this brain activity when they're awake
#336 to #37 - austenlicky (05/10/2013) [-]
Most people have this brain activity when they're awake
User avatar #15 - YukonCornelius (05/09/2013) [-]
but i dont have a watch
User avatar #269 to #15 - spacefield (05/10/2013) [-]
I'm afraid you can't lucid dream.
User avatar #134 to #15 - darthlegolas (05/10/2013) [-]
then if u have one, you will KNOW if your dreaming
#2 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE (05/09/2013) [-]
If I was a sleepwalker, You could've ******* killed me you bastard!!
#85 - javalavalay **User deleted account** (05/09/2013) [-]
and once you master lucid dreaming ( point to you can do it daily with no issue)    
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and once you master lucid dreaming ( point to you can do it daily with no issue)


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#44 - stabiloboss (05/09/2013) [-]
A dream within a dream...   
i like flying in my dreams
A dream within a dream...
i like flying in my dreams
#42 - thechosentroll (05/09/2013) [-]
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I don't even dream. I usually just lie down and wake up 4 hour later feeling like **** . Real men don't sleep. They pass out of exhaustion.
User avatar #111 to #42 - lmaopwnt (05/09/2013) [-]
Everyone dreams, some people just never remember them, those people normally have personality disorders.
#90 to #42 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
You do dream though, you just can't remember them. : )
There are ways to improve your dream-recolection if you're interested.
#132 - isausernameiswear (05/10/2013) [-]
Storytime, guys.   
>Be me   
>be 14   
>hear about how in a dream you can control lights   
>have lucid dream   
>try to turn lights off in dream   
>it works   
>turn them back on   
>dark figure really close to me, up in my face   
>dark figure is terrifying, imagine the demon from insidious but completely black and with red corneas   
>freak out   
>every time i turn around the figure is just visible enough to see half of the total body   
>remember this is a dream   
>try to fight it   
>grabs my arm   
>stares at me and says somthing in a raspy voice so i don't quite understand   
>wake up in a fright   
>I swear to god I saw the figure in the corner of my room for a second   
>never try to lucid dream again
Storytime, guys.
>Be me
>be 14
>hear about how in a dream you can control lights
>have lucid dream
>try to turn lights off in dream
>it works
>turn them back on
>dark figure really close to me, up in my face
>dark figure is terrifying, imagine the demon from insidious but completely black and with red corneas
>freak out
>every time i turn around the figure is just visible enough to see half of the total body
>remember this is a dream
>try to fight it
>grabs my arm
>stares at me and says somthing in a raspy voice so i don't quite understand
>wake up in a fright
>I swear to god I saw the figure in the corner of my room for a second
>never try to lucid dream again
User avatar #256 to #132 - cadencee (05/10/2013) [-]
The only reason you couldn't fight it was because you were limited by what you believed were your own realistic capabilities. Had you not know it was a dream it is quite likely you could have killed it. I've had dreams where i overcame groups of people which attempted to attack me with ease simply because in the dream it was withing my capability to do so.

In dreams you cant think "im in a dream so i must be omnipotent" because you don't truly believe it you just think that because you're dreaming that you are. It's a tricky concept.
User avatar #39 - Temari (05/09/2013) [-]

Your image might be so distorted that it scares the **** out of you, and your dream becomes a nightmare.
#95 to #39 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
Mirror is the perfect place to look in!

It's a great way to do a reality-check. If you look in a mirror and realize that it doesn't look like it does in real life, it can be a trigger to make you realize that you're dreaming. After that, you can take your dream wherever you want. : )
User avatar #112 to #95 - Temari (05/09/2013) [-]
Naw I lucid dream a lot, don't do it. Yeah, it might work for some people, but if it doesn't work for you, you are screwed.
#149 to #112 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
I've lucid dreamed like 5-6 times, heard that mirrors were like a reality-check type of thing and tried it out. I just looked the same. I feel it'll only be bad if you hear it will be bad.
User avatar #199 to #149 - Temari (05/10/2013) [-]
I heard what you are saying, that mirrors work great.

So I tried that.

I looked at a mirror and my own distorted face scared me so much that I went into a terrible nightmare and had a horrible scared feeling and an adrenaline rush that woke me up. But I went into sleep paralysis, and I saw terrible things. Shadows coming at me. Creepy **** .

Look, if it works for you, awesome, do it. But I wouldn't recommend that anyone tries it. There are so many better ways to perform a reality check. Look at a book, see if words make sense. Check the time, then check again after a few seconds, see if the time makes sense. Jump, see if you float or what. Lean against a wall, make sure you don't fall through it. There are even more ways, but those are my favourite.
User avatar #254 to #199 - cadencee (05/10/2013) [-]
I love my nightmares, makes me feel alive. I always redream them and solve the problems which killed me in my earlier dreams, almost like a video game.

I suppose i do lucid dream more often then i thought. Especially when i plan what i wish to dream beforehand. But to master this, if it is possible would be amazing.
User avatar #301 to #39 - sidekickman (05/10/2013) [-]
Can confirm; First time I did this, half of my head looked like it was blown off by a rifle. Not only did it scare the **** out of me, but some people see figures behind them in the mirrors too.
#242 - Classic (05/10/2013) [-]
Anyone else dream something and then It actually happens in real life and you get deja vu?
#34 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
I'm never going to try this, I'm way too scared from what happened to me about a month ago. I don't know what it's called but sometimes when I wake up my body is paralyzed and it takes a lot of energy to not close my eyes again but "break free" from it. Anyway, the second I open my eyes I see this blurry face (looks a bit like the mask from Scream) close to my face and I hear a loud scream/roar. I panic and try to move but I can't. Instead my eyes closes and opens and I encounter the same thing twice. The second time I realize I'm hallucinating but it's still ************** .
I just felt like teling you. I'm still kinda scared of waking up and opening my eyes before I've checked that I'm not paralyzed first. ;_;
#55 to #34 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
that's sleep paralysis. it happens to me often, so i don't try to have lucid dreams.
#87 to #34 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
This is simply called Sleep-paralysis. You can google it and read up on it. I believe there are some methods people use to overcome them. Yes, they can be scary to start with, but if you are aware of them, they can be overcome.
#143 to #34 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
thats sleep paralysis. I've woken up in sleep paralysis before its scary af! You're conscious but your bodys still "asleep". However ive never experienced the scream part you were still dreaming.

I once told my sister to f off when she was trying to wake me up, I thought i had just gotten out of sleep paralysis. Turns out I was still dreaming and never said it out loud.
#264 to #34 - intestines (05/10/2013) [-]
If you wake up and are still in "sleep paralysis" you can astral project very easily. Quite interesting, I recommend you read about it.
#43 to #34 - mrsmithisanonymous (05/09/2013) [-]
That's called 'sleep paralysis'. It's completely normal and once you know what it is and how to deal with it there's really nothing to worry about. You can induce sleep paralysis yourself by laying still and not moving a single muscle, even though the urge to move them becomes stronger. This is the body's way of testing if you are asleep. Since you don't move your muscles your body begins to parylise itself to prepare it to sleep. Hallucinations at this point are normal, you start dreaming. If this is making you uncomfortable or if you're experiencing negative emotions there are two great ways of stopping it. The first is trying to hold your breath as long as you can until you can move again. The second method is trying to scream at the top of your lungs until you 'snap' out of it. Don't let sleep paralysis prevent you from enjoying lucid dreams :)
#123 to #34 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
As others said this is sleep paralysis. Your body does this in order to avoid injuring yourself during a dream. It won't shut down smaller muscles as much, since there's less risk of injury, so if this happens again you can try moving your fingers or toes and you'll wake your body up.
#108 - lincolnpenis (05/09/2013) [-]
There are ways in which you can help induce lucid dreaming by being in bed in a certain way, but I don't recommend them if you want to look into this more.

Sleep paralysis IS NOT ******* fun.
User avatar #188 to #108 - eddiethead (05/10/2013) [-]
I sometimes get sleep paralysis.
I feel like I can't breathe and I always see bright flashes of light. I hate it.
User avatar #344 to #188 - lincolnpenis (05/10/2013) [-]
I have a reoccurring one where I'm lying in bed upside down, as in a 180 turn from my original state. I hear loud coughing noises from multiple mouths outside my door that get really loud, like they're getting closer. The handle turns but is doesn't open and that's always the point at which I wake up. It's horrific. It seems that it's always a nightmare doesn't it?
User avatar #272 - icameheretotroll (05/10/2013) [-]
Whenever I ******* lucid dream I am like
and then it suddenly becomes a nightmare
#41 - ruinsage (05/09/2013) [-]
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I tried achieving lucid dreaming several times, but I have a hard time actually doing it, because when i am just about to fall asleep, I start snoring...

I have realized that i was dreaming a few times though. One time, I was inside of a tower of ice, and with me was several other people, whom I somehow knew were other sides of myself, or my subconscious. None of them would say anything, they would just silently watch me.

What's weird is that one of them was Carson from star gate Atlantis. I guess i related to him more strongly than i thought.
User avatar #46 to #41 - tricky (05/09/2013) [-]
I always like Carson, and I have a similar problem when I try to lucid dream
User avatar #49 to #46 - ruinsage (05/09/2013) [-]
It's just bothersome, you either have to lie on your back, always resulting in your tongue slipping back and making you snore/choke enough to wake yourself, or you have to try and manage while lying on your side, which is simply not comfortable enough when lying perfectly still for more than an hour.
#104 to #41 - anon (05/09/2013) [-]
I only lucid dreamed once, and that was as a result of a ******* nightmare... the it was all gumdrops and ice-cream and unicorns.
#133 to #41 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
I once had a dream where I fought Scorpion from Spider-Man.
#82 - gadgetzan (05/09/2013) [-]
I recommend not looking into mirrors in your dreams... I was dreaming that I was in my friends house and going to the bathroom and for some reason I though "maybe I'm dreaming" and I looked into the mirror and my face was all ****** up with black pits for eyes. Naturally, it scared the living **** out of me and I tumbled to the floor, only to catch a glimpse in the mirror of my cousin coming in through the door. At first her reflection was normal but it slowly warped into something like this picture. Also as her face was warping there was a really loud white noise and it felt like my head was going to explode from pressure. When I woke up, I was like WTF.

Still, lucid dreaming is pretty damn cool when it's not a nightmare, only had a few.
#195 to #82 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
I acidentally lucid dreamt when I noticed that the water was unrealistic in my dream, I then realized that I was staying in a cabin with a hot milf and decided I wanted to **** her. Unfortunately I woke up at that point, but it was one of the more interesting dreams I had.
#243 to #82 - anon (05/10/2013) [-]
What I've heard... is that dreams are actually extra dimensional slips. You become a non corporeal being in one of an infinite number of parallel or perpendicular universes. Just be careful ... Once you go lucid and enter sleep paralysis you find yourself under assault because literally, something is aiming to scare you out of it. Higher... whatever you'd call them. Learn to fight it and things will go well but if you let it win, you might start experiencing insomnia, night terrors.then come the day terrors, **** starts following you around. You realize that underneath it all, there are literally infinite amounts of cosmic ******* , and that nothing is ever, ever as simple as it seems.There is so much you can learn about the universe from your dreams. Just don't let it destroy you. I see this all the time in my work. Just watch out and don't dig too deep unless you're willing to deal with serious **** . Have fun with it. Don't stare too long at the abyss, for it stares back into you too.
User avatar #122 to #82 - chituat (05/10/2013) [-]
first time i tried lucid dreaming i looked in a mirror. i had grotesque limbs, twisted flesh, and no nose.
Needless to say, I try not to look into mirrors when awake
User avatar #300 - sidekickman (05/10/2013) [-]
Here are some other strategies I used to learn to Lucid Dream;
1. Write the letter "A" on your hand. Every time you see it, ask "Am I awake?" Simply asking while sleeping can spark lucidity.
2. Try and push your finger into your hand regularly. In a dream, your hands are very elastic and your finger will go through.
3. Focus on the floor beneath you while looking up. This can have many different results; the ceiling looking like the floor, or as it happens to me, the floor turning into sand. This one is extremely effective because you are required to think about your surroundings.

That's what I did, hope it helps!
User avatar #287 - tinglyturtletaint (05/10/2013) [-]
I have an accidental trigger. Whenever I see my dead dog I always know I'm dreaming and she shows up all over. also lights. If a light switch doesn't work I just know.
User avatar #273 - azijay (05/10/2013) [-]
If anyone cares, I have a method that would speed up the dream-recollection process. To keep it short and simple, drink a lot of fluids before you go to bed.
You'll fall asleep, have a dream, and wake up afterwards having to pee. The brain hypothetically makes a prioritized list in which you will complete one sleep cycle before being woken up to pee.
So yeah, you've had one dream, and you wake up to pee. Try to recall the dream and log it and all of that, and then drink a lot of fluid again. Repeat the process.
People often only remember the last dream they had when they wake up, and they usually have around 3-4 dreams each night, each one taking up around 2.5-3 hours of sleep.
Doing this, you can log every dream you have throughout the night, instead of just the last one you'd have.
Sorta just speeds up the process.

Now I'm gonna share my two cents on lucid dreaming:

I kinda like to think of there being two types of lucid dreams. One in which you are in control of yourself, but not the world around you and the entire dream. These are actually quite common. Another in which you are in control of everything. This one is much more difficult to trigger, obviously, but that's what people shoot for.

While you're in REM sleep, your body temporarily paralyzes itself (sleep paralysis) to prevent you from moving while you're dreaming. Otherwise, you might be acting out your dream or harming yourself. While you're lucid dreaming, your body is still in sleep paralysis, and if you wake up in the midst of it, your body will stay paralyzed, and it's absolutely ******* terrifying. Going back to sleep and waking up normally usually fixes this.

And lastly, lucid dreaming gets boring after a while. After giving yourself every super power imaginable and trying to **** everything that breathes, you run out of ideas and it's nice to just let your brain conjure up dreams for a change. I imagine this would be different for the more or less creative people.

Wow, I used all characters.
User avatar #329 - gtk (05/10/2013) [-]
I realized I was in a dream once. A giant monster appeared and I yelled: "I know this is a dream, you arnt real!"

The ****** just said in a creepy voice: "Yeah, but I can make it so that you never wake up!"

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