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      The Orgasm of Lucidity.

      This has nothing to do with sex, all you excited youngin's.

      It has to do with the emotion, feeling, invasion of intense feeling in your head once you realize that you are IN a dream.

      You all know what i am talking about (if you have became lucid, if only for 42 seconds).

      That flood of pleasure into your brain once you become conscious in the subconscious world...it is one of the best feelings in the world, and i guess i have coined it the orgasm of lucidity.

      Being aware...becomming awake...as the intensity hits your brain like a flood, and your whole body becomes
      [b]AWAKE

      I love it.
      "i am the crumpled sheets of paper behind an artists' attempt at perfection"


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      "I'll have what she is having......"

      Yes, it is that same feeling you got when you were 7 years old and walked downstairs on Christmas morning and found that new, shiney bike sitting in front of the tree!
      you must be the change you wish to see in the world...
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      Oh yes, I just love that feeling. (I never went down the stairs to find a new shiney bike, I always found piles of coal )

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      yeah, the excitement that wakes you up

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      Re: The Orgasm of Lucidity.

      Originally posted by Lowercase Society
      This has nothing to do with sex, all you excited youngin's.
      Nothing to do with sex? What are you talking about?! I always have an orgasm when I become lucid.

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      You must feel special huh?

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      Originally posted by Death-Wuad
      You must feel special huh?
      Yup...sorry about the coal for you though.

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      Re: The Orgasm of Lucidity.

      Originally posted by Lowercase Society
      You all know what i am talking about (if you have became lucid, if only for 42 seconds).


      It is a great feeling to realise you're dreaming.
      I wish I could get that feeling more often though...

      Originally posted by Death-Wuad
      (I never went down the stairs to find a new shiney bike, I always found piles of coal)
      Coal eh?
      These are the tears that I dream about...

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      I know what you're talking about. I get the same kind of rush when I turn a corner and find something in a smoking ruin/some real big hairy insect - except it's not as "happy".

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      Originally posted by OpheliaBlue+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(OpheliaBlue)</div>
      <!--QuoteBegin-Death&#045;Wuad
      You must feel special huh?
      Yup...sorry about the coal for you though.[/b]
      Don't feel sorry, there are tons of things you can do with coal:

      1. Throw them at people.
      2. Squeeze them so hard (with my enormous metallic muscles) that they turn into diamonds.

      Alright I guess I can only do 2 things...

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      God I love that feeling, you right about how it's still good, even if it only lasts a few secconds, like last night, I went lucid, flew around a bit, then lost it, but I've been in a good mood ever since.
      From Up aCes street, Kerry's manY Orange Yams.

      Oh my god, can you work out the puzzle?

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      Re: The Orgasm of Lucidity.

      Originally posted by OpheliaBlue+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(OpheliaBlue)</div>
      <!--QuoteBegin-Lowercase Society
      This has nothing to do with sex, all you excited youngin's.
      Nothing to do with sex? What are you talking about?! I always have an orgasm when I become lucid.[/b]
      Well, i guess some of us make out with celebrities in our dreams...
      "i am the crumpled sheets of paper behind an artists' attempt at perfection"


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      thats for sure!! I don't think there is a better description then that.

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      OMG! I absolutely love this feeling!!!

      when I'm lucid, I feel [b][u][size=18]Alive

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      [quote]OMG! I absolutely love this feeling!!!

      when I'm lucid, I feel [b][u][size=18]Alive

      Your pretty passionate about it, too. heh...

      I didn't think so many people really appreciated the beggining of lucidity...becomming AWAKE.
      "i am the crumpled sheets of paper behind an artists' attempt at perfection"


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      yeah i dont feel it as much now that my lucid dreaming isnt as hard to acheieve and since it happens every other night


      but still freaky and fun and stuff

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      I love this feeling.

      It's a mental orgasm and they feel great.

      The only thing is it's very difficult to explain the feeling itself unless others have subjectively experienced it themselves. Being in a lucid community, that's pretty easy. Dosing on 2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Iodophenethylamine with introspectation is a bit different. Same feeling.

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      Yeah i know what you mean. In my lucid dreams, there is usually always a point where I am truly lucid. Whenever I'm flying (or trying... to fly) it's usually no where near as cool as when I first become lucid. I realize that since I can't fly very much (and it isn't that exciting and i lose lucidity easier) I should just walk around and explore and stuff. I love it when I'm absoulutely lucid for a couple of seconds and I feel as if it were as clear as reality. If every moment of my lucid dreams were like this it would be insane (but the problem is once I realize how lucid i am I try to start flying and my confidence level is very low at flying because of how many times I failed).

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      Its like the loading program from the Matrix; you need to realize its a dream, accept it, understand it, and ultimately enjoy it

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      Originally posted by Lowercase Society
      [b]

      Being aware...becomming awake...as the intensity hits your brain like a flood, and your whole body becomes
      AWAKE

      not only in dreams..


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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      Originally posted by Death&#045;Wuad+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Death&#045;Wuad)</div>
      Originally posted by OpheliaBlue@
      <!--QuoteBegin-Death&#045;Wuad

      You must feel special huh?

      Yup...sorry about the coal for you though.
      Don't feel sorry, there are tons of things you can do with coal:

      1. Throw them at people.
      2. Squeeze them so hard (with my enormous metallic muscles) that they turn into diamonds.

      Alright I guess I can only do 2 things...[/b]

      You forgot, you can also heat your home, and have a cookout.

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      Originally posted by Paperdoll EP+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Paperdoll EP)</div>
      <!--QuoteBegin-Lowercase Society


      Being aware...becomming awake...as the intensity hits your brain like a flood, and your whole body becomes
      AWAKE



      not only in dreams..
      well, sex too...but...yeah...
      "i am the crumpled sheets of paper behind an artists' attempt at perfection"


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      I know exactly what you mean, lowercase. The exact moment in which one realizes that this is just a construct of his mind, a completely different reality in which everything is possible. That moment is certainly ecstatic. That moment alone makes it all worth it....
      If I hadn't made me
      I'd be more inclined to bow
      Powers that be would have swallowed me up
      But that's more than I can allow...

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      It's partly a feeling of accomplishment, but also an opening up of possibilities. It's not quite as intense for me as it used to be--I used to get so excited I'd just wake up, whereas now I try to spread that intesity out over the whole dream experience.

      I get the same feeling in waking life when I've been worrying about something or getting emotional about some hypothetical situation, and then I just see through it (an RC of sorts), and remember how much of my experience of this reality is constructed in my mind.

      I'm wondering if that's more what Paperdoll was talking about.
      If you have a sense of caring for others, you will manifest a kind of inner strength in spite of your own difficulties and problems. With this strength, your own problems will seem less significant and bothersome to you. By going beyond your own problems and taking care of others, you gain inner strength, self-confidence, courage, and a greater sense of calm.Dalai Lama



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      Nah...she's probably just talking about how muffins give her orgasms of something
      If I hadn't made me
      I'd be more inclined to bow
      Powers that be would have swallowed me up
      But that's more than I can allow...

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