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Nicole360



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 2:49 am    Post subject: Hi im new here, please help? Reply with quote

Hello everyone so glad I found you all. I hope im posting in the right place on here? So lets get right to it. Ive had sleep paralysis since I can remember. My problem is with lucid dreaming. I have always been able to lucid dream aswell , I hate it! I always seem to get "stuck" like ill be controlling my dream then all of a sudden I cant and everything will go black I cant see anything and I cant make anything or anyone apear. Im just stuck in a black world and im just walking/floating/ falling in total darkness and I try and try to wake my self, but I never can. When im trying to wake myself its like im trying to pull myself out of my own body, its the wierdest sensation and very hard to explain. I struggle and struggle for ages till I finally snap awake. And alot of times if I dont forcibly hold my eyes open and I accidently blink I will instantly fall into sleep paralysis. Its is SO exausting. I dont have naps anymore no matter how tired I am because if I nap during the day it will ALWAYS happen. Im just so sick of this. Im want just one night of Normal dreams and normal awakenings
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Altais



Joined: 29 Sep 2013
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 20, 2015 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This should be the correct place for posting, as far as I can tell.

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im just walking/floating/ falling in total darkness and I try and try to wake my self, but I never can


Just curious, what happens if you wait it out?

From what I read in Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge, sleep paralysis is part of the natural cycle of sleeping, it is just that more people are asleep when it happens. If you get sleep paralysis and wait, he says you should be able to enter a lucid dream, by keeping awareness when the dream starts. Kind the reverse process of what you described. Would be interesting to see if you can have the experience go the other way, in a way that you prefer.

Also, welcome to the forums. Smile
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