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#2 - Why does this scare me  [+] (20 replies) 07/11/2013 on Lucid Dreaming +6
#3 - chrislee (07/11/2013) [-]
Because you could be severely traumatized if you were to lucid dream a nightmare...
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#51 - jackknife (07/12/2013) [-]
Last night I actually lucid dreamed in a nightmare, at least it was kind of a nightmare, and then I became aware it was a dream and from then on out controlled it. However results probably vary, especially when sleep paralysis becomes a factor when attempting to lucid dream.
#49 - captainrax (07/12/2013) [-]
I had a Lucid dream as a Nightmare once when i was 10, its the most scareist thing i remember,
so heres the dream, i was just normaly walking through this open patch in a very dense forest up a hill, all of the sudden the sky turned dark an cloudy, then i hear a ROAR an i quickly look behind to see a Giant troll, (kinda like from Lotr, even tho i havendt seen it at the time) an it just started chasing me up the hill, an as i was running up the hill i could fell my entire body just pulseing like i was about to burst apart, an then out of no where boulders was rolling down the hill towards me, so i leaped to one of my sides (cant really remember) an feel into this tiny dirt hole an got my foot stuck, at wich point the giant troll had cought up to me an was holding a giant tree over his head about to just slam me into nothing'ness. an right as it was about to hit me i woke up, i wasnt crying but i was panicing to the point where i got out of bed an just said up agiasnt my bunk bed that i was shareing with my big brother (who was still asleep) in complete darkness, i think i just sat there for aleast half an hour, just keeping my eyes closed waiting for something to happen... nothing happend that entire time i sat there, an then i just went back to bed.
so yeah, up until this day i have dreams almost every night, an ive only had 2 other lucid dreams (1 of em wasnt a nightmare.. thankfully). hope it was worth a read.
#35 - serotonin (07/11/2013) [-]
I figured out few times that I was having nightmare. Once I just forced my self to wake up. Other time I ran up the building wall and just kind of walked away form the nightmare/thing that was trying to get me.
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#27 - italianrambo (07/11/2013) [-]
Or worse, wake up in a lucid dream and into sleep paralysis where your darkest and deepest fears manifest themselves in the room around you and you cant do a goddamn thing about it
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#41 - Mojake (07/11/2013) [-]
Don't talk about that shit. Fuck it has happened to me twice. The latest time a demon was sat on my chest while it laughed at me and I couldn't breathe... Woke up screaming my girlfriend's name.
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#42 - italianrambo (07/11/2013) [-]
Yea i know the feeling man. Happened to me two or three times so far now. Worst was when I woke up to a bunch of demonic shadows in my room all staring at me and laughing manically. After what seemed like eternity of terror, I jumped out of bed, ran through the shadows into the kitchen (my bedroom door was off the kitchen) and I stood there for like 5 minutes, because I was fully awake by then.....and I didnt know what i had dreamed or what was real
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#5 - knifeyoass (07/11/2013) [-]
why did you get thumbed down? You're right. If a lucid dream goes wrong, you will be mentally scarred for life. Lucid dreaming is you going into a part of your brain you're not supposed to. My friend realized he was lucid dreaming so he woke up but was in sleep paralysis. And being in that state is scary. I don't mean, "Oh crap i can't move". I mean "OH SHIT I CAN'T MOVE AND SHADOWY FIGURES ARE COMING AT ME." you cant move so you just have to sit there, feeling like you're sinking in to darkness.
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#46 - dirtydollar (07/12/2013) [-]
I have felt that before.

One night, i woke up to go to the restroom, no biggie. As i walked out of the restroom and out of the hallway,
i turned around to look at the hallway door, to see if it was closed. It was. But that isnt the thing im getting to. When i looked at the TV stand right next to the door, there was a small shadowy figure of a girl.

The next night, when i woke up to go to the restroom, i couldnt move for about 2 minutes, all while feeling like i was being pricked by needles.

Scary shit man.
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#28 - popcornisland (07/11/2013) [-]
Just reading that gave me shivers.
#16 - dddShadowWolfbbb (07/11/2013) [-]
Actually, some therapists use lucid dreaming as way to combat night terrors. The idea of lucid dreaming is you are able to control the dream yourself. People with night terrors can find lucid dreaming helpful because they can control what it is that is scaring them.
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#6 - chaoscustoms (07/11/2013) [-]
Personally been there. I was having some sort of chain nightmare (picked up where it left off the night before) I was walking through some ancient desert ruins and I would look around and see these shadowy figures. Every time I stopped and looked around they would get closer and closer. Eventually I stopped at a fountain that was still working to rest and refill my canteen and that's when they attacked me. I was slowly consumed by darkness. When I woke up I couldn't move and had trouble breathing. I haven't been able to lucid dream again.
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#7 - knifeyoass (07/11/2013) [-]
Consider yourself lucky. a friend of a friends brother had to go to psychotherapy because he couldn't sleep because of the thing that haunts his dreams.
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#9 - chaoscustoms (07/11/2013) [-]
Before that happened I would see beautiful landscapes and travel with a wolf like creature, I want to dream like that again.
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#24 - vepevellu (07/11/2013) [-]
Pretty much what berrylicious said. Another thing you can try is that once you are in the lucid dream, get into a movie theater or in front of a tv. Then picture the wolf dream as a movie and focus on a detail. At some point you find yourself in that dream again.
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#21 - BerryLicious (07/11/2013) [-]
You can bro. It just takes practice. Praying won't achieve anything.

If you want to have that dream again, think about it every night before you go to sleep. Remember the colours, the sounds, how your wolf looked, how his fur felt. Get on your knees (in your mind) and give him or her a hug. feel their breath and their fur
imagine the sun on your face, and imagine walking with them

Think about things like this each night, tell yourself a bedtime story if you will. You'll start dreaming about it again
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#10 - knifeyoass (07/11/2013) [-]
maybe you can, maybe you can't. But, I don't know if you're Christian or not, but try praying.
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#11 - chaoscustoms (07/11/2013) [-]
I do follow the teachings of Christ, and I have seen prayer do some amazing things so it's worth a try.
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#12 - knifeyoass (07/11/2013) [-]
it works for me. I wish you good luck.
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#13 - chaoscustoms (07/11/2013) [-]
Thanks, I'm logging off, I have to be up early to get to work. Was good talking to you.
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#4011957 - What the **** do you want from me  [+] (1 reply) 07/07/2013 on Play items 0
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#4011970 - jmezfm (07/07/2013) [-]
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