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      Lucid Sex

      I don't want to sound like some pervert here but the thought of having sex in a lucid dream is incomparably appealing. I'm still struggling though with just becoming lucid to begin with. I finally got an opportunity the other morning and got into it and it felt so wonderful, but then I woke up when I was just getting started.
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      Same here man. The more you have them the longer they can last... but for me it's been kind of random. Sometimes I am just incredibly lucid and other times I struggle to keep it going for more than a few moments. Remember to rub your hands or spin. The other day I used Sensei's tip saying to myself "Calm" because I knew I was getting too excited (the woman I was with was gorgeous). It helped keep it going for a little longer.

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      I noticed that the spinning and stuff like that brings me back to lucidity but only very briefly. Seconds later I'll feel myself coming out of it again. Maybe I just need more practice.

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      I don't want to sound like some pervert here but the thought of having sex in a lucid dream is incomparably appealing.
      I think one would have to be "perverted" for such a thought not to be appealing . Dream encounters are a fun and safe way to experiment.

      It may be good to focus on having solid and stable LDs for a while before attempting sexual encounters. Learn to maintain your lucidity and focus on your environment, all the while reminding yourself that you're in a dream.
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      Lucid sex can be awesome! You can safely (physically and socially) try anything you want of course. Reading the OP I just thought of a hypothesis on the falsehood that says lucid sex is unstable (NOT TRUE!!).
      • I gather that one of the first things that a lot of people want to try out is sex.
      • It is easier for a beginner to become lucid near the end of REM when you are nearing waking up anyway (this improves with time!), so what do they try?
      • It creates a negative schema/expectation that is spread when people share their experience and others read it reinforcing the negative schema.

      More info on avoiding negative schema: http://www.dreamviews.com/general-lu...-read-imo.html

      @davethewarrior - are you a veteran or active military? Feel free to send me a PM if so, or if you simply don't want to answer in this thread.
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      Quote Originally Posted by fogelbise View Post
      @davethewarrior - are you a veteran or active military? Feel free to send me a PM if so, or if you simply don't want to answer in this thread.
      No I'm not in the military? Why?

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      Your username made me wonder if you might be...

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      Quote Originally Posted by fogelbise View Post
      Lucid sex can be awesome! You can safely (physically and socially) try anything you want of course.
      Quote Originally Posted by FryingMan View Post
      Dream encounters are a fun and safe way to experiment.
      You guys remind me of that dude on some other thread who wasted his lucidity in the search of a condom.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Elpis View Post
      You guys remind me of that dude on some other thread who wasted his lucidity in the search of a condom.
      @Elpis: From your description, that person was most likely not lucid. That person may have been lucid initially, but if so, they certainly lost lucidity (forgot that it was all a dream) if they wasted time looking for something that is not needed in a dream scenario. That is unless that was a preset experiment that they had in mind in order to see what it felt like. I don't see how it relates to the comments that you quoted though.?
      Last edited by fogelbise; 12-10-2015 at 08:51 PM. Reason: add "from your description" since I don't know what thread is being referred to

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      Quote Originally Posted by Elpis View Post
      You guys remind me of that dude on some other thread who wasted his lucidity in the search of a condom.
      That is one of the singularly most funny things I've read on DV. Do you have a link to it?
      Try to imagine a life without timekeeping. You probably can’t. You know the month, the year, the day of the week; you have a schedule, a calendar... Yet all around you, timekeeping is ignored. Birds are not late. A dog does not check its watch. Deer do not fret over passing birthdays. Man alone measures time. Man alone chimes the hour. And, because of this, man alone suffers a paralyzing fear that no other creature endures.
      A fear of time running out.

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