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      Lucid Nightmares

      Sometimes,like last night I have like these uncontroleble lucid nightmares..heres an example of what I dreamed last night..

      I simply used MILDs to induce a lucid dream and I first found myself in a non lucid dream,I was behind my computer and everything seemed completely normal..then I went down and I realised I had to reality check,so I turned of the light and tried turning it back but it didnt,so device failure positive..so at first I was like yeah! another one in da pocket! But of course I had to make sure so I went over,at least tried, to get over to our DVD player(why,beats me,i gues it was on). But suddenly I got sucked up in thick murky blob. I could hardly move and tried to get out of it,but it was invane, mind power failure,everythign failure,probally because I was I panic, I tried yelling verbal commands such as "Clarity now!!" or vision or movement ( the blob got in my eyes an I got hardly see ) , I could feel being like completly sucked up by the blob and nothing was working and I couldnt keep my eyes open,then I suddenly had the feeling I got sucked out or something and woke up..really not very nice..

      Any of you people ever had lucid nightmares that you cant handle?
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      Never had a lucid nightmare. I have been in nightmares before and then realized I was dreaming and became lucid. At that point, I am always able to end the nightmare, either by forcing myself awake or changing the dream.
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      lucid nightmares

      When I was younger I had a nightmare where I was in a castle and some solidiers and monsters were after me at every corner . I somehow obtained lucidity when I realized that this was unrealistic so I tried to wake up but wouldn't. I kept thinking to myself "this is just a dream, i can't get hurt" but the bad guys were still persistent and I was terrified .

      How ironic how I couldn't wake up when I wanted to and now when I want to remain dreaming I wake up ...

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      hey je33 that is the funniest avatar you have where did you get it?
      I find your lack of faith disturbing...

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      Yeah they suck... knowing your dreaming, should all be in your head, should be able to controll it, make it stop, or wake up... but nooooo!
      "A knight is sworn to valor.
      His heart knows only virtue.
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      His wrath undoes the wicked."

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      i remember a current Nightmare that occours when im ill ( high fever and stuff).
      since i realise that, about 15 years ago, when i was mid-teen.
      i never had that nightmare again ( neither i remember an other nightmare..).

      I remember that when the first "sign" of that nightmare come (tactil sensation..) i kinda studied that. so i started to hate/love the feeling that happenes only two or three times in 15 years...

      i think that a nightmare is a VERY good way to become lucid.

      rotello

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      Originally posted by rotello
      i think that a nightmare is a VERY good way to become lucid.
      Mabey,but its not much fun if you already are lucid,lol
      "You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection."
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      hey je33 that is the funniest avatar you have where did you get it? [/b]
      Cool, I'm glad you like it

      I found it at this link:

      http://www.strangecosmos.com/view.adp?picture_id=9590

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      Hey, I've been lucid dreaming since I was a wee one and only discovered a few months ago. I usually have nightmarish lucid dreams, except when I'm having a siesta. When I was younger I thought that feeling of being sucked in was so scary and thought if I didn't try and wake myself up, I would be forever asleep. It feels like your brain is being drawn from the face of the earth. Anyway, I was napping today and had a lucid dream. I was in my car and suddenly said hey, I'm dreaming, so I made the car fly and then it was just me flying. Groovy hey!

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