You can experience great exhilaration in a lucid dream without necessarily having a premature awakening.
For example, in one of my most memorable, highly controllable lucid dreams, I steal someone's car, and pretend I am James Bond. This was also one of my longest lucid dreams, despite the exhilaration.
Now, there is a point which I'll call the 'disruption point', when the dream begins to fade.
However, the disruption point is easily reversed by performing appropriate techniques.
The most notable technique recommended by Stephen LaBerge is dream spinning.
One less commonly mentioned technique, but perhaps the most powerful, is the dream chaining technique.
When you feel your dream is about to end, prepare to remain completely still with your eyes closed.
Alan Worsely says 'remain completely still upon awakening, don't move a muscle'.
You may then get a second opportunity to enter a lucid dream.
To summarize, you can experience excitement in a lucid dream, without necessarily waking up if you use the right techniques.
Now Alien, I forgot to congratulate you on your amazing progress. A lucid dream on the second night of the experiment! You show great lucid dreaming potential.
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