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Hi, I have been lucid dreaming for a couple of months, and have had many lucid dreams in that time. The problem is that the majority of them have been horribly short. In fact, the moment I get lucid, the dream collapses immediately. Recently, I started to try to hold on to the stimuli. I rub my hands and all that stuff. The outcome is even worse: everything collapses, and then I start to feel my paralyzed waking body, even though I feel I am still dreaming. I eventually wake up from that sleep paralysis state, which I wouldn't regard as horrible, but I'd really like to always have long, stable LDs. Can anyone please help me?
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Thank you! Then I'll try an OBE next time it happens. Just until I master it completely... But I still have a doubt: when I find myself in SP, I only feel my body, but I am still "dreaming", or at least able to see some sparse imagery. I see nothing with my eyes, and am even incapable of opening them; I just know I am lying on my front. It doesn't look like the paralysis people usually describe. Is it real SP? Can I do an OBE exit in that state? If not, I could also try to visualise or something...
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