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      Dream Immunity spiritofthewolf's Avatar
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      Auto Suggestion Works Miracles.........

      Hey everyone,

      So I just recently started college again yesterday.. its about 8 hours of school a day, and an hour drive there and back. So Last night, being tired, I laid down at about 8 ish and went to sleep for 3 hours... I woke, sort of awake but still tired, and decided to get a glass of OJ. I did that, and took 2 Vitamin b6 pills. As I laid there trying to fall back to asleep, I kept repeating to myself only a few times "I Will Remember My Dreams In Full Detail... I will Remember to do a Reality Check...."

      So I dose off, and have some crazy vivid dreams (thanks to the b6).

      Sometime during the night I ended up waking up (or i thought I did). Instantly I knew I was in SP because I could hardly move my dream body or see!

      For some reason SP likes to mess up my vision. So I go to my bedroom light, and try to turn it on........FAIL

      I actually think I am awake at this moment due to the vividness of the dream and how everything was exactly how it was in waking life.. So I get out of bed and go out into the hall trying to figure out what is going on.. Am I dreaming, or am I awake, IDK!!!!

      I try to turn on another light switch, and that fails! So I walk back down the hall toward my bedroom again and try to shove my finger through the palm of my hand... That didn't work!

      FINALLY, I try the nose RC (my fav) and it works! I realized I was dreaming, but sadly it ended right after that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


      I just loved the fact that I haven't used auto suggestion on my self for a while, and one random night I decide to do it, and it works... It has worked very very well for me in the past, either for remembering dreams in detail, or lucidity...

      Just have 1 question...

      I know SP is suppose to keep our waking body from acting out our dreams, but why does it sometimes seem it is making my dream body unable to move as well? Not only that, why does it effect my vision in the dream?

      I am assuming that it has something to do with the SUB C? It's happened to me a bunch of times, and it's only at times when I realize I am dreaming.. So maybe it goes further then that?


      Thanks again everyone!

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      [Bump] Sorry I was hoping someone would have an answer to my question

      Thank You Kindly,

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      Hi! Unfortunately I don't have an answer to your question. All I know is, sometimes I'm not sure whether I had experienced SP, or dreamed it! If I dreamed it, I believe it is because I read so much about it.

      Anyway, I wanted to say thank you, because after reading your thread, I realized I haven't done my 'mantra' for a while, so I got into deep autosuggestion, 5 min cca, and it worked! I had a lucid dream!
      Come on! What if Martin Luther King said: "I kinda have a dream... nah, I don't wanna talk about it."

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      Sometimes, when I have a FA I know it's a dream pretty fast but I have a hard time moving. My vision is also blurred and weird. It's so dark in my room and the dream is very unstable. What usually happens is that I end up somewhere else and lucid.
      Remember. Nothing is true and everything is permitted.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Banana King View Post
      Sometimes, when I have a FA I know it's a dream pretty fast but I have a hard time moving. My vision is also blurred and weird. It's so dark in my room and the dream is very unstable. What usually happens is that I end up somewhere else and lucid.
      What you explained- except for ending up somewhere lucid-is exactly what happens to me sometimes
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      Whenever I have a FA, instead of getting up and trying to move around in my room, I just keep my eyes closed and use my imaginary arms to rub each other and just keep my eyes close. I wait until my mind creates a dream scene and I don't do anything until I'm anchored into the dream, then I can move as freely as I want. I find this better than getting up and testing if you're asleep because if you're not, you'll ruin your chances for a possible DEILD. Either way you win. Also, there's the added benefit of not having to do reality checks because you already know you're dreaming.

      Hope that was the kind of answer you were looking for.

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      What the hell? I thought I posted here...oh, well.

      I know SP is suppose to keep our waking body from acting out our dreams, but why does it sometimes seem it is making my dream body unable to move as well? Not only that, why does it effect my vision in the dream?

      I am assuming that it has something to do with the SUB C? It's happened to me a bunch of times, and it's only at times when I realize I am dreaming.. So maybe it goes further then that?
      What you're describing is not uncommon. Many people report being unable to move their dream bodies, and seeing can be difficult. I am unsure whether this is because your WILD is of lower quality, or if you're just figuring things out. To escape from the dream paralysis, many suggest "rolling" out of your body as a good way to start. For dream clairity, you may wish to take the time to stabilize the dream...consider finding a pair of glasses and see if they increase your powers of sight.

      Good luck. Quietly protesting the 10 character limit.

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