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      After attaining lucidity, the dream scenario will reset and I値l have to claw my way back out

      I知 sure many of you have experienced this before.
      Looking over a huge landscape, I jump/leap off the cliff, descending upon the ground below.
      However, this only lasts for so long.
      Until the dream starts to dissipate.
      Most flying dreams consist of imagery like this, as well!

      So the only thing is, even after the dream fades, I値l still be stuck there in limbo.
      It will seem extremely claustrophobic, like being stuck in a tight, enclosed space.
      From there, I usually have to crawl my way out.

      At that point, I値l usually just wake up with a strongly in tact recall surrounding the nights events.
      This most recent of occurrences, I was flying high above the clouds, praying to God to save my life.
      I thought I had died and went to Heaven.
      Yet again though, the dream faded away right in front of my eyes, leaving me there to deal with recreating a new dream environment for myself.
      In this limbo, trance like state, I had witnessed and viewed my own red/white blood cell count. Almost like I was looking towards the inside of my brain. While the neurons were busy firing and new chemicals were beginning to be introduced, like DMT which is usually secreted while dreaming.
      The only thing is, I didn稚 know I would always be traveling these pathways of the mind, looking from the inside out!

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      First question? Were you aware that you were dreaming?

      A Lucid Dream is a dream in which one is aware of the fact that it is a dream. This awareness gives you consciousness, which then allows you to take control over the dream and do anything you want, although control is not a necessary part of lucid dreaming. When a lucidity starts to destabilize you could try to stabilize the dream. Also, it comes down to expectations too. You probably don't want to mistake a lucid dream with a vivid dream.


      Also, Could this be a hypnopompic hallucination? A Hypnagogic comes at the beginning of the dream. Hypnopompic hallucinations on the other hand, can occur at the end of your dreams. Hypnagogic and Hypnopompic hallucinations are like bookends of dreams. Have you been sleeping well? I think these could be caused by lack of sleep or stress of some kind? (IMO)
      Also, you can have flying dreams that are not lucid dreams. In the last part, you sound like you are trying to look inwards to solve your problems?

      Also, yes, have some non-lucid like this before, it was more like was in the void where I felt like I was lost for ever. My Advice is don't panic.
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      Yes! Thank you for the response.
      A lot of times upon reaching lucidity, I値l start to worry about waking up too soon. Often, it will seem like my astral self is seeking a sure-fire way to return to its sleeping counterpart (the unconscious body).
      However, after opening my eyes, I値l almost immediately feel like I would have been better off staying in the dream, as all there is to do now is try to fall back asleep!
      Or, some may find it useful to lay there in the same exact position in which you awoke.
      This is because our body is the only tether we致e got when exploring the astral realms/dimension.
      Even after becoming aware inside of a lucid dream, it can get cut short as they all end the same way (you wake up in your bed)!
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      Where did you say you got your information from? How did you come up with that conclusion? Btw, a dream it's self is of our minds hallucinations. Do you have feel like you have jet lag?
      Do you think that this could be a Wake Initiated Lucid Dream and not an Astral Projection or OBE or reality shifting? WILD is when you pass directly from a waking state to a state of lucid dreaming, without ever losing consciousness. Here: https://www.dreamviews.com/induction...cid-dream.html

      Have you tried Dream Exit Induced Lucid Dream to re-enter your dream?

      If you have trouble going back to sleep after you awake, it could be caused by your REM ending. That really can't be helped.
      I would work on your sleep patterns, get to know your sleep cycle better.
      If this was an Astral Projection and not a lucid dream then it is probably in the wrong section.
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