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      Intense Rush When First Entering a Dream

      Hey everyone,

      i noticed lately that i can become lucid very easily, sometimes i will actually be lucid immediately after falling asleep. I dont know how to explain it but i will be conscious of the exact moment of falling asleep and be aware of entering this dream world. And in the process of entering this dream i get this extreme surge or rush like im traveling through time or dimensions or at break-neck speeed. It is an incredible feeling. Does this ever happen to anyone else??

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      I had that very same feeling the other night. I felt like I was spinning at a very fast speed. My pulse raised, I got nauseous, and woke up.

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      Definition of WILD (Wake Induced/incubated/initiated Lucid Dream.)- Exactly what you said. This is my general method of getting into a lucid, and I had quite an experience with them today, where I found that pulse/rush comes mainly from my ear canal leading to the throat, like a pressure change. Normally this is the body going into a sleep state, where the mind is conscious enough to experience falling asleep. I found today that doesn't always mean straight to sleep as I explain here.

      They naturally induce fear, and it is up to the WILDee to condition themselves to accepting these vibrations (especially if you know that you're going to have an LD afterwards).
      There are tutorials on this site to explain in further detail.

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      Quote Originally Posted by horsesims2000 View Post
      I had that very same feeling the other night. I felt like I was spinning at a very fast speed. My pulse raised, I got nauseous, and woke up.
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      Wow, me too. But I felt like I was free-falling through a void, and I thought I would be entering a dream world soon, but that didn't happen; I was just stuck in a dark void, so I woke myself up. The feeling was so intense that I could barely get back to sleep after that.
      "There's so much to dream about; there must be more to my life" Alexisonfire, "Boiled Frogs"

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      My first LD was a couple nights ago, and as I was entering it everything became very bright and i felt amazing inside, basically euphoria...so yeah im pretty sure the rush thing probably happens to most

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      I've had this all my life, I get them even if I'm just tired

      It's like being shot out of a submarine like a torpedo

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      My first Ld was like that. Someone woke me up from a dream, I just fell back in while still awake. I was floating through a tunnel made of mirror peices and there was bright light shining between them. I just took a few turns, it was amazing. Then I just accelerated at a great speed through the end ot the tunnel into the bright light. It threw me of in a dream in front of a door.
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      Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeJung View Post
      Hey everyone,
      i noticed lately that i can become lucid very easily, sometimes i will actually be lucid immediately after falling asleep. I dont know how to explain it but i will be conscious of the exact moment of falling asleep and be aware of entering this dream world. And in the process of entering this dream i get this extreme surge or rush like im traveling through time or dimensions or at break-neck speeed. It is an incredible feeling. Does this ever happen to anyone else??
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      Usually when I try to AP and need to go somewhere tomorrow I'd just switch to doing a WILD since I have so much energy moving around inside. I had discovered that feeling when I was Astral projecting and I didn't feel nothing I was literally floating so I was trying some stuff and that happened, it feels like your in another dimension moving real fast and you're hearing stuff and seeing stuff. In this case I mainly fall asleep because I never do the sleep then wake back up thingy but I always slip into a dream non lucid and its always semi lucid.

      Like yesterday a hippo jumpped out a water structure and was running down the street and part of me was saying this is a dream and part of me was playing the part until I was like to my mother "Am I dreaming?" and she said no and then i held my nose and breathed so I knew this was a dream when I woke up i thought it was funny that a hippo running down the street in the city was totally normal to me in tha dream even though apart of me was saying its fake and another was saying its real.

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      Wow yeah come to think of it I used to get these when I was really tired after drinking too much energy drink and I'd feel like I was on a rollercoaster, and I could feel the loopings etc. Sometimes I'd also just experience my matrass flying and spinning around which wasn't too great a feeling since it made me really nauseous.
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