Time for an Introduction

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Time for an Introduction

Postby sunnyDee » 02 Mar 2012 16:44

Hey, im new to this site and wanted to introduce myself and share my story.
So ive known about Lucid dreaming for a very long time but never really cared about actively trying.
Ive only had one ludic dream (that i can remember) I realized while flying that i was dreaming.. when i knew i was dreaming and actually tried to "conciously" fly i couldnt get off the ground and woke up shortly after.
This dream was roughly 7 years ago...

After recently doing research thinking i was having seizures in bed... i found out i was experiencing sleep paralysis..
It happens a few times a month...after a loud "bang" that seems like it wakes me up, and i lay there pulsing...feeling terrified..unable to move.
I usually just take deep breaths...close my eyes and go back to sleep.

Ive recently decided i want to actively try to lucid dream and have been doing a reality check (i have a small letter "A" on my hand to remind myself though out the day to ask myself "am i dreaming?") for the last 2 days.

This morning after falling back asleep, i actually did it... i remembered while dreaming to ask myself "am i dreaming". I realized i was and felt a huge rush of excitement everything went white and sparkly and my daughter hit me in the face with a toy... woken up.. :cry:

I realized i have no one to talk to about these experiences.. and well found myself here.. so Hello!
I would love to hear others opinions on how i've been doing, and what i can do to improve.. especially on possibly utilizing the sleep paralysis to lucid dream.


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Re: Time for an Introduction

Postby Chrispy » 02 Mar 2012 17:21

Thanks for sharing! Welcome to the boards! :D
There is no spoon.

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Re: Time for an Introduction

Postby Sarah » 02 Mar 2012 19:06

Hello and welcome! (: I hope you find all of your answers to your problems here!
[color=#BFBFBF]Keep on believing[/color]

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Re: Time for an Introduction

Postby Sir_Serix » 02 Mar 2012 19:50

Welcome! Seem like we both started doing this the same day ;)

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