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      Great relief was felt today.

      I just had what felt like the longest 1-hour discussion about lucid dreaming with my BEST FRIEND OF 10 YEARS WHO IS A NATURAL WILD LUCID DREAMER AND I DID NOT FIND THIS OUT UNTIL AN HOUR AND A HALF AGO.

      I have not been able to lucid dream (although I am getting close), but I kept tantalizing her with questions and such. She has been doing it ever since she was a kid and had thought everyone had done it. She pushes it off as no big deal and said that she hasn't found a way to stop them. They come more often than not to her. She thought it was funny that I had been practicing since this past summer. Wow. I felt like there was a huge weight that just lifted off of my chest because I don't talk to anyone in real life about lucid dreaming. I just come onto Dream Views if I have any questions. But now I have someone to really talk to about them.

      Sorry, had to post my excitement. I don't even care if this is the right board or not to post this under.

      And to think. I almost came to her after a couple of months of researching lucid dreaming because she's a psychology major and surely she had heard of it. Nope. She's definitely a natural LDer. Ugh.

      Though she says that whenever she tries to control dreams more, she feels more exhausted in the morning. She also said that she sometimes normally feels this way anyway, but would naturally WILDing exhaust you at all? Or could it just be from day-to-day stress?

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      Oh wow! That's awesome!! I envy you

      As for your question, I don't think it can really make you tired physically. I guess it may make you mentally exhausted — well not really exhausted, but overwhelmed — especially if you had a really amazing and long lucid and you wake up with all these mixed feelings and great emotions. I know that's how I feel at times, I'm not sure with others though. Normal day to day stress does affect how you feel after you sleep, and after all, when you WILD, you are still sleeping. But sleep helps de-stress you, and in the end, it's still way more awesome to wake up from a lucid!
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      Yupp you're right paigeyemps, the strange feeling of waking up from a dream where you felt your biggest love, tragedy, happiness, sadness, excitement, ehrumm aroused, angry in just a few minutes tend to give you a strange headache in the morning...
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      That's probably how she's feeling. I mean when we first started talking about it, she didn't seem too enthused that she has this ability. It was like, "Yeah, I can do it, but it's not the greatest thing in the world." As I'm over here practically leaping out of the passenger seat with excitement. But I have also had that feeling before after a dream. That's what makes me think that I'm getting closer. I remember it was a few weeks ago I had this dream of this horse and I. She was my best friend and my love for that horse was like nothing I had ever felt. I woke up feeling this strange feeling of happiness and love that I had neer felt before. There are honestly no words for it, but I cannot wait to feel it again.

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      I envy your best friend (and all natural lucid dreamers), I'm having a dry spell (it's been 2 weeks since my last LD) :S

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      Hi loves, mine happen naturally and I also make them happen and it's right that sometimes when it's really emotional it can wear you out emotionally. I have never been physically worn out though, you do get the same rest physically as you would if it was a non lucid dream so don't be put off in any way thinking it will tire you out. Good luck and glad to hear you have someone you can speak face to face with, I don't but I have all my friends here on DV and for me, that's all I need.
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