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      Having touble staying in Dreams.

      For the past few nights in my dreams, as I'm about to reach the point where I'm about to wake up, I have done nothing but rubbing my hands, it's somewhat effective, but it doesn't really help me much. I even tried shouting "Give me Clarity now!!" but that didn't help either.

      Any advice?

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      For me sometimes it helps if I intensely concentrate on the fact that I am dreaming

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      you should spin around, i like to shake my head hard! and i also like start to run as fast as i can but only pay attention to trees whizzing by

      hoped this helped

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      Try not to think about your sleeping body.
      "Don't kill me. I'm in a dream right now, and if you kill me I'll die in real life too!" -Me, age 5-8, talking to a dinosaur.

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      Make sure that when you're rubbing your hands together you're really focusing on the feeling of it, feel the friction and all, and try to make sure that feeling overwhelms anything that might come from your actual body as you're waking up. Maybe try looking closely at the ground too, noticing every detail there is of it. Basically, from my experience the more senses you've got telling you stuff from the dream and the more strongly you're paying attention to them the better your chances of staying in the dream. Whenever I'm not in a bloody dry-spell like now, I can often pull myself back from pretty much being fully awake just doing that. Just keep imagining the feeling off it all, while doing your best to keep completely still and ignore any actual feelings from your body

      And if it still doesn't work for you, maybe try spinning instead of hand-rubbing. It's never worked for me, but for some people it seems to works a lot better

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