Although you can move in the dream, a part of your awareness is still telling you that you can't move your muscles. It can become a mental tug of war.
This has happened to me quite a few times, but as soon as I leave my room and get away from my 'body' I tend to snap free from that. I think it has something to do with focusing on other things instead of a 'sleeping body' which is a reminder that I should not be moving. Once it is out of sight, it is out of mind, and then I am free to roam.
This usually happens to me whenever I realize im dreaming. At this point, I say to my self, "relax, if you get too excited your going to ruin it" and I also use a stability method, like spinning in a circle, or rubbing my hands together, it usually clears away the fog.
Dream on. LDs~32
dreamerinmiami wrote:Have you ever had a LD/false awakening that it feels so hard to "get up" of the bed in the dream? It costs so much effort. Why does this happen?
Try rolling out of your bed.
Works for me.
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