Shadow wrote:Do you mean that your fast heartbeat scares you ? If that's the case then you should just accept it and go with it. If you feel like your sinking in your bed then your pretty close to a wild
no.fast heartbeat stops my body from sinking and paralyzing my body
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Like everything in life, practice make perfect.
I still have a hard time during a hypnogogic state. Once lucid it's easy; I know how to do that. But the hypnogocic state can be very bizzare with lots of weird sensations. I personally don't have a fast heart rate, but my teeth tend to chatter sometimes. Like being cold, the teeth chatter involuntarily. I don't know why, but it happens and the experience is different for everybody.
Just know that it won't kill you and let it happen.
FirstBullet wrote:and that requires me to MOVE
Moving is good. It's the old "Wake Back to Bed" method. Whenever I wake up and turn over and fall asleep again I don't have lucid dreams the way I do when I wake up, get a glass of water or whatever, and do something and move your body and then go back to sleep. You need to wake up your conscious mind and then fall asleep and let your body go into sleep mode while your mind is awake. I have lucid dreamed a lot but I have NEVER had a deliberate WILD. It is like the black belt of lucid dreaming.
But wake up and go back to bed works for me and I was just doing it routinely before I even knew it was a lucid dream method. BUT IT WORKS! (not always....)
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