I just had my second lucid, however was pretty short, I felt the dream slowly slip away so I started spinning, and I could feel the dream stabilizing, I was hanging on by a thread, and then someone in my house sneezed and I woke up instantly..
I guess the reason a dream becomes so vivid is because you are so close to waking up, and the closer you are to waking up the more active the mind becomes. I was awoken from my first lucid by someone in the house too, so unlucky! I put ear plugs in and resumed sleep, I was able to have another dream, but no lucid.
Are there techniques/ways to re-enter the dream you just awoke from, in my situation?
That's an article I wrote a while back on the subject. I had discovered this method entirely by accident, but it works like a charm every single time I begin to sense myself waking up.
Basically, as I state in the article, as you feel yourself waking up... keep your eyes closed and your body perfectly still. Don't open your eyes at any point during the waking up process and certainly don't move a muscle. Stay in the blackness you see... and after a few seconds of this (yup, only seconds... 10 at the most), you'll find yourself shifting back into the non-physical, usually right where you left off.
I've used this method to have upwards of 6 continuous projections in a row.
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