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      Instant Dream

      So I was dreaming, and then I woke up, but I was so tired that my eyes could barley stay open, so I closed my eyes and went right back into a dream as soon as my eyes closed.

      When I opened my eyes after waking up, I saw my room, then when I closed my eyes, I saw the exact same image of my room, except it was a dream. It was a really strange experience.

      I've had these "insta-dreams" before when I've been really tired, but I've never been conscious of returning to the dream, and so quickly. Plus it was so strange to close my eyes and see the same exact image, only in a dream.

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      I have had this happen to me before. I close my eyes and all of a sudden it was as if I can see through my eyelids and immediately realised that I have started to instantly dream.

      I then took the opportunity to fly through the roof and as per usual come crashing back to earth mere moments later

      It seems to be a consistent phenomenon that quite a few people have when trying to LD but I don't see too many threads about it.

      I wonder what an EEG scan would say about insta-dreaming

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      Quote Originally Posted by ValkyrieChosen View Post

      I wonder what an EEG scan would say about insta-dreaming
      Heh, that's what I was thinking

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      Once you recognize this you can begin to chain lucid dreams together. When you wake up from one, don't move your body and allow yourself to slip right back in. I can have chains of lucid dreams that last a total of upwards of an hour, but each one may only be around 1-10 minutes.

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