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      Could feel the bed in lucid dream

      this morning I had a lucid dream, but the thing I noticed was that it seemed the bed was attached to my back in the lucid dream, like I was carrying a load, I did not feel its weight or see it, but could feel it.

      Has anybody else felt this before?

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      If you WILDed, it's not uncommon to still feel yourself lying in bed, or feel the bed still attatched to you. A simple solution is rubbing your hands, looking around at the dream scene, and maybe, if you feel the bed on your back, touching your back to objects (sounds silly, I know) might help.

      In a DEILD, it could also happen. It's happened to me once in a DILD too.

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      It happened to me in DILD. Thanks for the advice though, I will give them a try, it would be nice if this does not happen too often, it seems to keep someone in a unstable state.

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      Quote Originally Posted by elucid View Post
      It happened to me in DILD. Thanks for the advice though, I will give them a try, it would be nice if this does not happen too often, it seems to keep someone in a unstable state.
      I agree, it's sometimes difficult not to think about outside the dream... It does destabilize it very quickly. Good luck. =3

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      Hm I wonder, do you talk or move in your sleep? Either that or you just got lucky, or unlucky, depends lol
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      I am not really sure if I talk or move but I have been told that I move alot in my sleep. I am not really sure if I could move during a lucid dream though, because of SP.

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      I wouldnt worry to much about it but if it happens to u again its an easy sign to you to help you become lucid in your dream and stay lucid i wouldnt try to remove the sensation as it can be used to help you stay lucid. I only ever had this sensation in a dream once ( i dont often sleep on my back only when im really tired) but i used it to help me realise i was dreaming and i stayed lucid for what seemed like a good 10minutes although it was a bit unstable as the above posters have said
      Last edited by Teblin; 02-14-2010 at 11:40 PM.

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