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      I never really felt anything in dreams before, like the whole "pinch your arm and if doesn't hurt then your dreaming thing".

      Since I've been LDing the last few months, I have started to feel the environment and objects in dreams without lucidity. Its really cool.

      Anyone else experienced this since LDing?
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      I&#39;m pretty sure I&#39;ve always felt in dreams. Probably not as intensely as I would in real life but I always feel the good and the bad. Like when I am running I can feel my legs gettin heavy and aching. I remember feeling cold too. Now that I think about it I think I only feel when it adds to the storyline or my feelings in the dream.

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      In most of my dreams, I have accurate sensory perceptions - sight, sound, touch (taste and scent to a lesser extent). I&#39;ve always enjoyed the realism of my dreams, although I certainly appreciate it more while lucid.
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      I don&#39;t think I feel stuff in non-lucid dreams, but I think it&#39;s because you don&#39;t pay attention to feeling in normal dreams, where in LD&#39;s you&#39;re curious and want to explore.

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      Quote Originally Posted by NeAvO View Post
      [...] "pinch your arm and if doesn&#39;t hurt then your dreaming thing".[/b]
      That&#39;s a common known lie thought up by movies. You can indeed feel in Normal Dreams.

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      I could feel falling onto grass and a couple other objects in my LD.

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      I don&#39;t remember feeling anything before. I&#39;ve had feeling (emotion), and I&#39;ve "felt" pain, but it&#39;s not the same. It&#39;s more like I know it&#39;s there rather than the actual feeling. So I guess the answer is probably yes, but on a very watered down scale.

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      I usually feel pain in dreams. I don&#39;t feel much emotion (I never had a fading-upon-lucidity problem) and most of my senses are dulled.
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      Quote Originally Posted by NeAvO View Post
      I never really felt anything in dreams before, like the whole "pinch your arm and if doesn&#39;t hurt then your dreaming thing".

      Since I&#39;ve been LDing the last few months, I have started to feel the environment and objects in dreams without lucidity. Its really cool.

      Anyone else experienced this since LDing?
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      I very often feel things in my dreams, especially pain. I can also read in my dreams... so testing the ability to read as a dreamsign doesn&#39;t work for me.
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      I&#39;ve only started to feel things in non lucid dreams, its cool but last night I dreamt I knocked my tooth out and it felt so real, woke up feeling scared.
      Has its good side and a bad one too.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Vex Kitten
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      In my experience it&#39;s abnormal for me to feel something in a dream. There&#39;s plenty of dreams where I have been in a pool or in the waves of a beach I don&#39;t recall a single time where I felt any kind of liquid.

      In Lucid dreams, I only felt pain once but I think it was due to my body acting upon the dream. In other LDs I never felt temperature or wind, or even the objects I manipulate such as when I once played a bass guitar.

      But I think it might be related to the way I think in real life. I never really concentrate on my senses, I&#39;m a big day dreamer and often get lost in thought.


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