It turns out that the past few times I have had a lucid dream, I have been sleep walking. The strange thing is that it only happens when I have a lucid dream, and not from normal dreams.
I've never had sleep walking problems before, however I realized that I've only just started sleep walking in lucid dreams now that I'm pregnant. Strange.
It's kind of cool being able to sleep walk because walking feels so much realistic!
My husband has also noticed that I talk out loud while I'm sleep walking. Has anyone else had sleep walking problems tied in with lucid dreaming? I way to stop it would be nice though, it gets tiring!
But then I wake up and I am in bed and never moved an inch. There is no note. It completely felt like I was sleep walking.
In the end, for me, NO I haven't lucid slept walked before. But it felt like I was.
I'm curious to see how common it actually is.
If you are lucidly aware that you are sleep walking and you don't want to tire yourself out, I suppose you can simply go back to bed and just lay there in your dream state. Sounds boring, but maybe it doesn't have to be if you allow your imagination to flow.
A few times my husband has managed to somehow lead me back to bed while I'm sleeping but the problem is that it's waking him up too. Not to mention that a few times I've nearly sleep walked down the stairs.
HAGART wrote:I'm curious to see how common it actually is.
Yeah it would be nice to know someone also sleep walks while lucid dreaming. I've never slept walked before so its really strange that its happening now.
Teraku wrote:I've had that happen only once, after trying a WILD.
Do you remember if you had problems with where you were going? Apparently I just walk right through the house like I know where everything is, but I wasn't in my house in my dream.
If you were sleepwalking while lucid, and you knew you were sleepwalking, could you make your body perform daily tasks, such as brushing your teeth, or even play piano while your dream body does it as well?
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