Thursday, September 2, 2010

Lucid Dreamin pt. 1

Lucid Dreaming is by definition when someone is "lucid" or conscious that they are dreaming. I'm sure most of you have had at least one, being able to control your dream; just jump and fly like super man, or fuck anyone you want. This "lucidity" can be achieved via WILD, DILD or just getting lucky. Usually WILD (wake induced lucid dream) is the best. However it is not ideal for beginners. The one most suitable for beginners is the DILD or Dream Induced Lucid Dream. Many people argue that this is the same as a random one, but it is not. Randoms happen arbitrarily, whereas DILDs are done with practice and intent. The easiest way to achieve a lucid dream is to, while EXTREMELY, and I mean extremely tired, lay down flat with your arms at your side. You will have to lay completely still for about 20- 30 mins, this means DO NOT MOVE, DO NOT SWALLOW (lol) DO NOT BLINK!!! Why did I rage capslock? Because it's important. If you move your body will not fall asleep without your brain staying awake. During these 20-30 mins it is important to "try" to blank your mind or to listen to binural beats through headphones (not buds). Also, the reason I stressed to not move during this time frame is simple, your brain will send signals to your body to see if it's ready to rest.
These signals include an itch, the urge to move (hard to resist) or the urge to blink. IGNORE THEM! After 20-30 mins you will feel a weight on your chest (note-the weight isn't really there, had questions on this) After about 10 seconds of this your body will be asleep, but your brain is awake! DO NOT OPEN YOUR EYES! You will dream whilst awake which is terrifying. Anyways, after you realize you are not awake, try to move your body (only AFTER you feel the weight) to see if you can move them, you shouldn't be able to move anything. Here is where the lucidity begins. I always find it best to think for a little while about how I will be awake during my dream. This works for me often (3-4 times  a week). Some techniques to not wake up. Rub your hands together in dream. This will take your minds attention away from waking up, and divert it to your hands. Same thing works with spinning around, but don't do it if you like where you are, because almost always you'll be transported elsewhere.
Things you can do in your dream now that you're lucid
-Anything
-at anytime
-with anyone living or dead
Things I've done
Lunch with Hawking (random, I noticed it when he WALKED up to me)
Fought in Fight Club
Killed Glenn Beck (:D)
whole lot of "fun" (mostly this)
This concludes part one stay tuned for the WILD experience!!!!
HAPPY DREAMING!
-Davce

37 comments:

  1. i tried this once and i snapped out of it pretty fast :(

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  2. Hell yes! I'm gonna try this!

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  3. Man, I always go through sleep paralysis when I try to lucid dream, shits not worth it for me

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  4. Ive always wanted to do this.. but can never seem to do it

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  5. I keep trying to do this, but I cant get it to work.


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  6. ive been trying this for sometime but i seem to wake every time i become awake of my self dreaming

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  7. cool story bro. I like your style. I'll follow you if you follow me, hehehe.
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  9. lucid dreaming is good and all but expect a little pool of drool everytime you wake up.

    anyway, time for some daily love again!

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  10. An interesting thing to note is that alternative sleep cycles make lucid dreams more common, although chances are you'll have to learn to live with sleep paralysis, which can be quite scary the first few times it happens. Just make sure that when your body locks you don't try to fight it, the most panic inducing thing is swapping to manual breathing and being unable to move your chest more then an inch. If it becomes too much and you start to panic whatever you do don't try to force your way out. breath slowly and calmly until your chest can expand then take deep breaths until the feeling returns to your limbs. Forcing your way out can make you dizzy, and may cause you to pass out when you stand up try to avoid it!

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  11. Gotta try this ...

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  12. Have read about this so much but haven't managed to enter this state successfully. Guess I gotta keep on trying!

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  13. really nice

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  14. I had it once! it was great

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  15. cool story bro! just doin the daily. feels good man.

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  16. I did this last night...it was INTENSE!

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  17. I keep trying to do this, one day I'll manage it!

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  18. Cool runnings! Stopping by to show daily support, clicks and everything!

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  19. BOOM, Support everywhere !

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  21. doin' the daily rounds.

    btw, remove captcha plox!

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    I always thought that lucid dreaming doesn't work "

    They do :)

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  23. this was so weird. woke me up several times too.

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  24. supporting you


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