I've had nightmares in the past that I couldn't wake up from to the point where I was killing myself in horribly violent ways just to wake up, but it would only rewind right back to the beginning...
And I've also I read here that you're eventually suppose to confront your sub-conscious and figure out why it's giving you a nightmare so you can resolve the problem, but in my dreams as a younger kid, I had horribly disturbing faces in my dream that were so scary I would never be able to look them in the eyes and confront them, so I would end up only making myself more scared than before. And it's also natural for me to have a terrifying panic in a dream that I've never felt in waking life, no matter how scary the image or face really is. I don't know if it's really something I want to experiment with...
Confronting the images does not really matter, in the worst lucid nightmares I've had the images were not all that scary, but I was still trapped in the emotion of intense terror for hours. It's also extremely hard initially to flip emotions into their opposites in lucid nightmare, but with more experience you should be able to do it just like in real life.
And there is only one thing we say to death "not today"
- Syrio Forel
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