Lay on back with arms and feet stretched out.
Don't move no matter what.
I keep a pillow over my eyes to prevent them from opening (not sure if this is bad). I also do this because my previous experiences with sleep paralysis were as you might have guessed, frightening. However, I am slowly trying to approach this in an enjoyable manner and joyous experience.
Now here is where I begin to fail.
At a certain point, I begin to fill my heart pound so fast like an adrenaline rush (usually this is about 40min into not moving). After this rush happens, I find myself back to square one and feeling more awake than sleepy.
What are your thoughts? What should I try to do? Lastly, sometimes when I get the adrenaline rush, I feel my neck begin to turn (tonight it was rolling to the left). It felt like it wasn't real but at the same time it really did move into a new position.
I've seen videos of doing sleep paralysis first then taking that to an OOBE or lucid dream. Is this plausible?
Please help me as I really would like to gain more insight into creating these experience for me.
Thanks a bunch!
Secondly .. putting a pillow over your eyes will not necessarily stop you from seeing scary things as it isnt your physical eyes which see the images as such (thou it may seem like it) but rather your other perceptions pick up on those images. If you are that scared of the whole process it sounds as if you arent really ready to even be trying to do these things.
Also for me its about 3 days from seeding to the event appearing in my dream so give it time to work
Peter wrote:Also for me its about 3 days from seeding to the event appearing in my dream so give it time to work
This is uncanny because I was just thinking about this today.
I noticed that when I do something repeatedly or do something that is out of my normal routine, I expect to dream about it that night, but I don't. It always tends to be about 3 days later. So I thought to myself, if I want to incubate a dream scene, and scenario it would take about 3 days.
So I was thinking this earlier today: I tend to dream about things I do and think about in real life and it takes about 3 days to get 'subconsciously planted'. If I alter what I do and think about in real life, after a few days, I will probably start dreaming about it. And if I do reality checks when awake and doing it, I will also be in the habit of doing it in the dream.
So in a way, I don't have to get random dreams that occur on their own and actually start 'seeding' the idea throughout the day. And it would take a few days and I shouldn't expect it to work that very same night.
I think I've heard this stuff before, but now it finally clicked with me. I can be proactive and actually create the dream I want while awake if I attend to it and incubate it.
(What it hatches as, I don't know! The dream is still going to have a life of it's own!)
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