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    Little to none DILD

    by , 04-19-2018 at 03:09 PM (158 Views)
    A dream ends and I am lying in my bed looking towards the ceiling, it is night with no lights. My eyes feel heavy and tired and I feel like I have little energy to get up. I am already lucid despite the fact that my room looks completely intact. I decided should I just stay in this bed and wake up eventually. Or should I get up and see what I could find. I eventually decide to get up because of curiosity. As I am up from the bed I notice a few things wrong that confirm my lucidity.

    My body feels deformed in some way as if I have a broken arm or one of my legs can not move so well. As I am walking in a sluggish manner I try to phase through my front door since opening the knob would be too difficult of a task. I am unsuccessful. I walk my way to the window and tried to phase through it but it smacks me like a solid rock. I look around and figure I should just go back to my bed.

    That's when my body started moving on it's own. I tried to resist the the uncontrollable movements my body was doing this but it's like it had a mind of it's own. That's when something made me lift up and thrown towards one of the walls in my room. I could feel a lot of pain as my body began to merge with the wall. My bones felt like they were being ripped out of my skin once in contact with the concrete of my room.

    I don't know if I had fully merge with the wall as I had woken up from the experience.

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    Comments

    1. FireFlyMan's Avatar
      From experience, these dizzying, fatigued LDs occur during a low-REM stage of sleep. Assuming you practice DILD, you could try focusing your intent on waking up during an LD 'sweet spot' before sleeping.
    2. Yumnش's Avatar
      Thanks for your suggestion, it is good advice. But I don't practice LD anymore. It's something that usually happens on it's own now.