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Moving to AP through a lucid

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posted on May, 17 2005 @ 05:48 PM
I have heard a lot of people talk about APing by using a lucid dream to get out of their body...I was wondering how you do this and if you still feel the vibrations/noises when you do this. Thanks in advance.

posted on May, 18 2005 @ 08:32 AM
Try flying straight up in your lucid dream. As high as you can. That's how I did it.

posted on May, 19 2005 @ 04:58 PM
Very ineresting...I have had more success at lucid dreaming than AP with a grand total of 1 to 0 respectively...Now i might be able to achieve both at the same time....thanks

posted on May, 19 2005 @ 11:15 PM
I gave a speech on lucid dreams back in college, but at that point I had only had one of them. Pretty much as soon as I realized I was dreaming, I awoke.

In the past two years, I have had about 6 lucid dreams that I remembered. I have had 2 in the past 2 months. Each time, I am more and more "stable" as far as maintaining the lucidity goes. I am getting quite excited about the prospect of lucid dreaming on a weekly basis going into the future.

Anyways, I just wanted to share that with someone. Eventually I will try this method of AP. I seriously tried AP'ing back in my high school days, before my first lucid dream, I had been going off of a Lobsang Rampa book my dad gave me that he had in his hip days, and I got as far as the buzzing and noise (and that's what caught my eye and made me want to post a reply) and that was about it, I couldn't will myself to make the jump. The buzzing, though, was totally fuzzy and electrical and loud and I'm surprised that this is a common symptom - it makes me happy that I was on the right track.

Thanks for the info, guys.



posted on May, 20 2005 @ 02:24 AM
i've had a total of maybe 3-4 lucid dreams that i can remember (all in the past year), and i've noticed that it can be very hard to stay asleep once you become lucid...

once i'm lucid, i can be in control for a while, but then start to feel myself slip into contiousness, some times i can just sort of quit trying to be in control, and the "slipping into contiosness" thing starts to fade away and i can try controlling my dream again...

one method i have to test if i'm dreaming or not, is to find the ocean, and jump on in... the reason this method works for me is because in real life i can't swim...could be hella dangerous if one day i decide to test if im dreaming when i am in fact awake

but i have since discovered a better way to test this, i have found that if i question whether i'm awake or dreaming AT ALL, then i am dreaming (as in i have never asked myself that question when i am in fact awake)

sorry for all the babbling, i just have never talked about my lucid dreaming to anyone before for some reason...

so to get back on topic, i have never been able to AP through lucid dreaming...gotta try that flying straight up thing next time

posted on May, 24 2005 @ 05:56 PM
If you want to maintain lucidly try looking at your hands periodically throughout the day. Then in your dream look at you hands. For some reason this stabilizes your consciousness and you are able to stay lucid longer. Then try flying up while looking at your hand like TheBandit suggested. For some reason this works for me. I have a question have any of you hand dreams about Aping. I remember in one dream I was laying in a field and I floated out of my body. Quite strange

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