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      WILD is a pain

      So today I got up early today to try for a WILD. I try not to move, but it gets really uncomfortable. It really drains me after a while so I quit. After moving around to readjust my position, I somehow get into sleep paralysis and immediately get into a lucid dream.

      In parts of this lucid dream I don't actually have a body, yet I still manage to spin by just thinking about it.

      I also tried smelling my dream; it was somewhat sweet, but also industrial flavored?
      "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." -Einstein

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      That's weird. I don't know if I've ever smelled in my dream. I'll try sometime.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kingofclutch View Post
      That's weird. I don't know if I've ever smelled in my dream. I'll try sometime.
      Yeah it was a weird smell, I can't really describe it.
      "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." -Einstein

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      TimeStopper, I'm glad that your efforts paid off and that you were rewarded with a lucid dream. May your WILDs get easier from here on out.

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      It hurt because your brain isn't used to feeling SP. It sees any unknown feeling as threatening so it interprets it as pain or discomfort.

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