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      lucid problems

      Every time that I have a lucid dream, I first realize I am dreaming, then when I try to do something, every thing goes dark, and I wake up. How can I make myself stay asleep and do things in my dreams? Please help!

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      Firstly, good job on even becoming lucid to begin with! And while everyone is different, some people find that as soon as you become lucid, try a stabilization technique (like looking at your hands or something similar).

      Here's a thread that kind of addresses the same issues. You may find something useful for yourself here.

      Good luck!

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      That always happens to me, too. But what you can do is learn to anticipate it. Next time you become lucid, relax, and become aware of how you're feeling in the LD. When you feel everything going black, keep reminding yourself that you're dreaming constantly and be patient until things stabilize. You can also try visualizing an image until it shows up.

      I would also try remembering what position your sleeping body is in. In my last LD I was afraid that I would wake up in the same position that I was currently dreaming myself in (sitting up), but when I woke up I realized that that wouldn't have happened. Just try to keep the feel of the dream in your mind and relax.

      Piece of advice, though, don't open your eyes.

      "If there was one thing the lucid dreaming ninja writer could not stand, it was used car salesmen."

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