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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:48 am 
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How to induce a lucid dream through sleep paralysis? I already know how to get into sleep paralysis, now I just need to know how to induce a lucid dream in the paralysis state. And I would like to know how to do this without having woken up from REM sleep. So any non-WILD method is what I am looking for.


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Welcome to the forum! I'm afraid I can't help you with your question, because I've never even heard of what you are talking about. I just wanted to say that I'm glad you found us!

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I've been having really bad dreams lately, but I don't believe it's Sub related. I just lost my cousin to painkillers and I often think about her before bed. Everything seems so clouded, my judgement, my perspective of life, I'm not really sure. I hope I'm just going through some type of crisis in life.

As for the paralysis, thats is scary and I've only felt it a few times (when I was on oxycontin not Subs though)

If you're looking how to lucid dream? don't know, probably google will tell you I'm sure!


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I have had the sleep paralisis. I do not know how to "induce" the dreams but they usually come with it. They are always dark "evil" dreams and sounds. At first I didnt know what was going on and it would scare me but now I understand what it is. You are half asleep yet aware, you can not move or talk but you can somewhat see(sometimes mixed with creepy visuals and hear creep sounds) Very strange side effect but just know you are not alone on this. Some people swear there is something paranormal going on but rest assure, it is NOT.


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Hockey player, welcome to the forum. I'm sorry about your cousin. I think you are right about the dreams. They are our brain's way of working on and dealing with real life problems sometimes. Is there anyone you can talk with about your cousin? Sometimes just talking and getting that stuff out in the open helps a lot. But it's going to take time. Feel free to share as much as you want here on the forum.
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How do you get into sleep paralsis on purpose? And why do you want too?

I'm kinda curious to that myself.

The only way In my life I've ever experienced REAL lucid dreams, was by taking Chantix. The Ciggarette quitting medicine. Every-Single-Night. It was like going to watch a 3D movie. Loved it, minus the occasional bad dream, that's also intensified.

Speaking of exploring Dream Chemicals, DMT. WOW. BRAIN WARPPPPPPPPPPP.

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