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originally posted by: Blue Shift
I used to lucid dream a long time ago. It was fun for a while, but then I started noticing that I was completely wiped out for most of the day afterwards, because it was like I wasn't getting any decent sleep. It was like I was awake all night goofing around in my dreams.
Also, my baser instincts had a tendency to take over. Instead of traveling to a fun place, or testing whether or not anyone could see/hear/feel me as I floated around, I tended to head straight for the nearest girl's locker room.
originally posted by: nickovthenorth
The key i think is recognizing s/p for what it is and training yourself not to panic whilst it is happening (easier said than done as you will well know) this way you stay in a sort of semi wake/sleep state.
originally posted by: djbj597922
a reply to: Ksihkehe
I keep on trying to push the limits when I am dreaming. About 3 months ago I thought it would be cool to look in a mirror while I was in a lucid dream. So when I became lucid I headed straight for a mirror in my dream. It was so odd. My face kept morphing into different people. I had never done that before but I have to say it was definitely an experience. To any lucid dreamers. While lucid dreaming, look at yourself in the mirror.
originally posted by: Ksihkehe
What's strange about that is that allegedly we can have hours of dreams that occur in just a few seconds.