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      Yoga in Lucid Dream

      (all apologies if there already is a thread on this, but i didn't find such)

      I did yoga for about a minute in a lucid dream last night it really helped me get a sense of my dream body, and i give it credit for helping me have a lasting lucid dream (probably around 15 - 20 minutes) which i've only had 5 or so times.

      I don't normally even do yoga, it's really uncomfortable for me in real life,

      Though in the dreamworld - the stretching my arms and legs, and bending, really helped me get a relaxed grasp on lucidity; I recommend this to anyone who has trouble with false awakenings and staying lucid.

      If you don't know yoga, just stretch and what not in your dream, that's pretty much all i did.
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      That's a good idea! Especially since I usually have very realitic dream environments, but I don't feel my senses very distinctly. This can help me get a more defined feeling of my body and senses. Thanks for the good idea!

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      sounds like a good idea...but i could just imagine myself doing the yoga and having my back snap in half in the dream making me an invalid.......

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      Thats a great idea!

      The only thing that I've come close to doing in a dream, was doing that shaolin monk balancing thing.



      Just because I wanted to try, and I cant do it in real life.
      Bollocks.

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      This sounds like a great idea. I'd never thought of stretching in a dream to become more aware of my body. I may give this a go.

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      that sounds interesting! so what did you do in that 15 minutes??
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      So I did a few 'warm-up' stretches last night in a dream. It did help me to become more focused on my dream-body. However, I had to focus on the expected sensation of stretching, or I found that I would become very very flexible.

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      I did this last time (stretching), just a little bit and it definetly prolonged the lucid experience! I think that would have continued even longer than it did, but I accidentally ended it by flying into the sky really, really fast, like a rocket into outer space and waking up suddenly gasping for air!

      I have only one experience of stretching in lucid dreams but it really seems to help. Definetly going to do it the next time i have a lucid dream.

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