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      I was wondering.

      I know that when I became Lucid the first couple of times I got overjoyed and utterly excited that it actually worked. It resulted in immidiately waking me up. Possibly by an Adrenaline rush caused by the excitement.

      Now I have had other Non-Lucid Dreams that were VERY VERY vivid and VERY exciting . One I had a month or 2 ago I remember in Particulair:

      I was Running down a Long ashfalt path through a Forrest at Nighttime. I passed someone who I called a loser while passing him by lol... Then I looked to the right side of the road and noticed a Large Building somewhat in the distance , which was a themepark attraction (I don't know why it just was). I Had a Remote Control and used it to Switch the attraction on as I continued to run down the Path. The building would suddenly Turn into a giant Beamer projecting insane transparent 3D fire in mid-air just over the ashfalt along the whole length of the Path with the Fire rolling towards me.
      I Ran and ran and jumped over the projected ''waves of Fire'' and I could Swear I must have been running 60 Kilometres per Hour! Man What a great Rush that dream was. The dream lasted much longer after this part.

      It was an incredible speedy rush and felt very Excited. Pretty much the same Adrenaline Rush I get after realising I am dreaming in a Lucid Dream...Far greater of an Adrenaline buzz actually than a Lucid Dream.

      I Wonder Why The Lucid Dream excitement DID wake me up and the far greater Excitement and Adrenaline Rush in the extremely vivid Non-Lucid dream described above (and others too) DID NOT wake me up.

      Any thoughts?
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      not to overestimate the Value of our Concrete Knowledge;"Common sense"/Rationality,
      for doing so would make us Blind for the unimaginable, unparalleled Capacity of and Wisdom contained within our Felt Knowledge;Subconscious Intuition.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SKA View Post
      I was wondering.

      I know that when I became Lucid the first couple of times I got overjoyed and utterly excited that it actually worked. It resulted in immidiately waking me up. Possibly by an Adrenaline rush caused by the excitement.

      Now I have had other Non-Lucid Dreams that were VERY VERY vivid and VERY exciting . One I had a month or 2 ago I remember in Particulair:

      I was Running down a Long ashfalt path through a Forrest at Nighttime. I passed someone who I called a loser while passing him by lol... Then I looked to the right side of the road and noticed a Large Building somewhat in the distance , which was a themepark attraction (I don't know why it just was). I Had a Remote Control and used it to Switch the attraction on as I continued to run down the Path. The building would suddenly Turn into a giant Beamer projecting insane transparent 3D fire in mid-air just over the ashfalt along the whole length of the Path with the Fire rolling towards me.
      I Ran and ran and jumped over the projected ''waves of Fire'' and I could Swear I must have been running 60 Kilometres per Hour! Man What a great Rush that dream was. The dream lasted much longer after this part.

      It was an incredible speedy rush and felt very Excited. Pretty much the same Adrenaline Rush I get after realising I am dreaming in a Lucid Dream...Far greater of an Adrenaline buzz actually than a Lucid Dream.

      I Wonder Why The Lucid Dream excitement DID wake me up and the far greater Excitement and Adrenaline Rush in the extremely vivid Non-Lucid dream described above (and others too) DID NOT wake me up.

      Any thoughts?
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      as u get to know me better ull learn that i always have a thought. By the way if uve ever played poker before like texas hold em, one analogy for dream excitement is to when you have an ld, just play it like uve got pocket aces, dont say a word, dont smile huge dont go crazy with excitement. just play it cool, and u can sucker the other players out of there hard earned money. (or in this case more time in an LD). so next time just chill ur boner. my first LD i awoke from excitement to but the more u do it the less it happens. anywya the difference is i think that ur excitement in the running dream is within the bounds of the reality u created. its perfectly feasable in your non lucid dream to be excited to be running fast. just like u could be excited on a rollercoaster in real life. but if u realize ur lucid ur all like im dreaming sweet and ur minds workin in a diferrent direction and u wake urself up. but just the more lucid dreams u have, the prolum pretty much solves itself.
      these jokes in no way reflect the opinion of mountain or his affiliates and subsidiary corporations, and as such he is immune from all whining, bitching, complaining, lecturing, the pointing out of ignorance, awareness raising, lawsuits etc. if you would like mountain to stop making racist jokes, he in turn would like you to go f*ck yourself</span>.

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      Yeah Mountain, I have mastered that calmness maintainance technique already. That was a dream some months ago. I have ever since had wonderfull Lucid dreams for about an hour including dreamflight through beautyfull starlit skies and remained calm untill I naturally awoke. that is sweeeet indeed

      I was just wondering why the lucid dream excitement woke me up and the other nonlucid dream excitement didn&#39;t .. I have read many people awake from enthusiasm after gaining lucidity. I just want to get to know more about how dreaming works in general and was wondering about this.

      PS about your Sig:
      Aw man you are american and thus better than me? And the rest of the non-american world-population? Man you must be really damn Good. ;P At American Football?
      Luminous Spacious Dream Masters That Holographically Communicate
      among other teachers taught me

      not to overestimate the Value of our Concrete Knowledge;"Common sense"/Rationality,
      for doing so would make us Blind for the unimaginable, unparalleled Capacity of and Wisdom contained within our Felt Knowledge;Subconscious Intuition.

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      I have a theory.

      When you&#39;re in a lucid dream, you know you&#39;re dremaing, and you soon realize that you might wake up some time soon. Since all dreams come to an end. When you don&#39;t know you&#39;re dreaming, you don&#39;t know that you&#39;re going to wake up soon. Maybe your concious thinks it&#39;s in the real world, and when you realize that you&#39;re dreaming, your concious wakes up, and if you get too excited, your concious just can&#39;t take it anymore, and jolts you back into reality. But if you&#39;re not aware that you&#39;re dreaming, and you get a sudden rush, your concious can take it, because it knows, or rather thinks that it&#39;s in the real world, so it doesn&#39;t wake you up.

      Maybe you could somehow trick your concious into thinking you&#39;re dreaming, but you yourself know that you&#39;re dreaming. (I don&#39;t mean you yourself, because you&#39;ve already got something down that works for you, I&#39;m just spitting out my theory)


      *shrugs* Maybe as I get more and more advanced.


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      I&#39;d have to disagree with that since I see it very differently.
      I BELIEVE: When you (in Concious State of Mind) Experience something really Wonderfull and Mindblowing ( Like gaining Lucidity ) OR something really speedy rushy or scary(like a RollerCoasterRide or a Wild Dog Comming after you ) it will, in our Brains, release Adrenalin ; Now that would be off course a logical cause to wake you up, because Adrenalin makes you very active and alert: Adrenalin is a Hormone that serves our Natural Survival Instinct . When an agressive big Dog starts running after you, the best think keeping you out of Harm way is Adrenaline : It takes away Fatigue giving you almost infinite endurance (So you can run as long as you need to get away without slowing down and getting caught due to exhaustion) and also it makes you like HYPER-alert and Wakefull : Thus explaining why a DreamExcitement-Induced flow of Adrenaline can make you suddenly very alert and wakefull Waking you up .


      And about this:

      Quote Originally Posted by blackberry829 View Post
      I have a theory.

      ...Maybe your concious thinks it&#39;s in the real world, and when you realize that you&#39;re dreaming, your concious wakes up, and if you get too excited, your concious just can&#39;t take it anymore, and jolts you back into reality. But if you&#39;re not aware that you&#39;re dreaming, and you get a sudden rush, your concious can take it, because it knows, or rather thinks that it&#39;s in the real world, so it doesn&#39;t wake you up...
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      Hmm everyone has personal beliefs about this. So do I.
      I think that ain&#39;t true. I think your Conciousness is never even present in (normal)Dreams. I believe it is our 100%Sub-concious, the True-self, we sink into. In dreams we only take with us our Ego (The subconcious-part since your Ego is devided into 2 different &#39;&#39;you&#39;s&#39;&#39;: The Concious and the Sub-concious True Self) with which we Experience the Dreams.

      At night in Dreams we don&#39;t need to worry about HOW to behave, how to act and respond to social situations and external stimuli &#39;&#39;properly&#39;&#39; and &#39;&#39;Society-approved&#39;&#39; like in Waking Life: They are all Absent and we are relieved of all social behavioral Pressure and other factors that Inhibit us from being our true selves 100% in waking life.
      And in absence we have no choice but to become our TRUE selves. I believe THIS is what happens everynight. And I also believe a Lucid Dream is such a special condition since then your Conciousmind ENTERS you Subconcious (Dreaming) Mind. And you bring a little of conciousness into this bizarre world of Sub-conciousness; The Dream. That&#39;s why LDing is, in my eyes, an excellent means of exploring your own sub-concious mind.
      Luminous Spacious Dream Masters That Holographically Communicate
      among other teachers taught me

      not to overestimate the Value of our Concrete Knowledge;"Common sense"/Rationality,
      for doing so would make us Blind for the unimaginable, unparalleled Capacity of and Wisdom contained within our Felt Knowledge;Subconscious Intuition.

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      Excitement waking

      The moderators may move this but I dont know where else to put it....
      I am good at dream control in normal Lucid dreams but I tried an LD hypnosis recording and it works all too well if that's possible. It has me getting into another bed in another room before I go to sleep which works fine, Then in short order my conscious mind is watching this body sleep and is under it's control. Invariably it is so exciting I wake up to an imaging state more vivid than reality but hear outside noises, I'm instructed to just ignore it and fall back into the sleep state but something like the cat snoring eventually forces me to give up in despair.
      I'm not new to lucid dreaming and have average control and recall but this is so new and exciting I would like to make it work.. Any ideas ?
      Last edited by woblybil; 10-28-2012 at 03:44 PM. Reason: typos

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