Sleep paralysis is VERY close to being a lucid dream, you just need to NOT move for long enough and you'll enter the dream. When you're laying there paralyzed and can't move or do anything, don't freak out just get ready to have a lucid dream! In order to get there, you need to fight the 'rollover urge' which causes you to DELAY sleep paralysis onset and stay awake for longer.
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What is Lucid Dreaming?
Lucid dreaming (sometimes called astral projection although they're not quite the same) is the ability to become SELF AWARE in your dreams, meaning you can control them. Being able to elevate your consciousness like this is something anyone can learn!
There are also many benefits to lucid dreaming, such as improved sleep, more energy, more confidence, and more restorative sleep. Not to mention the fact you can become more CONSCIOUS and experience the impossible!
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Why do I just fall asleep. Evertime tingling starts on the top of my left hand up my forearm then the right arm it's not unbearable after about 10 min and I cant feel or remember where my arms and legs were. Then either I start to see colors and start to dip in and out of random scenes and I know that means I'm falling asleep but its like anesthesia its so quick and I fall asleep then wake up frustrated. Or I lay there for like 45 minutes get really pissed and get up because nothing happened but all of my limbs feel really stiff. I dont even swallow, itch, roll over, move any limbs, and relax all muscle even in my neck. I have also not gotten any rollover urge at all recently only slight itches that are easy to ignore.What am I doing wrong!
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I try sleep paralysis and enter the lucid dream but all things in my dream is a figure of shadow of person why? I keep telling my mind its all just a dream but i just cant move my body? In that dream i feel like shit that night😶
I did this and entered sleep paralysis and suddenly heard someone laying in my bed next to me and they were crying. I couldn’t make out if ot was a male or female maybe a child but i was rolled over to the side and I felt them start to push me off my bed. I couldn’t move or talk I could only make small grunts. Once I made these grunts they stopped and i felt like i was on the edge of my bed. I told myself it was sleep paralysis and everything would be alright but I couldn’t take it. I wiggled my toes and fingers and woke myself up
So basically to get a SP you need to lay in your bed at night on the back, relaxing and closing your eyes but not falling asleep just to close your eyes and to relax and not to move. You can breathe but what if I feel in the middle of it that i breathe to little and want to want to breathe more? The room needs to be dark or just with your tv on and to be kinda quiet(or it needs to be completly dark and quiet?).And in the final when you feel/hear something you know that you are in a SP and the you can open you eyes to see your SP demon.
i dont know if im doing something to reset the roll over signal but i find that im waiting forever for sleep paralysis to happen ive been trying to do the WILD technique for while now but ive not yet even entered sleep paralysis i try using lucid dream inducing guided videos or binural beats but i either fall asleep then have to write my dreams down the next day or i try for so long i give up and roll over can anyone help im fascinated with lucid dreaming and the science behind how they work.
Sleep paralysis is wild. I sometimes get seizure like spams in it. I also happen to always feel like I’m falling for hours on end and then get out of sleep paralysis. I’ve had one of my experiences where I kept getting out of SP only to fall back into it. It ended when I saw a bunch of red with images of random things I have never seen before until I saw a knife go through my chest. Man the brain is weird but cool.
I fink it extremely hard to astral project , in fact I have never done it because after couple of minutes just laying down I get soo ichy and i have feeling like im burning.
Simply can't resisting it , can I move trought the process or something?
I went back at it. I laid same comfortable position. Time went by, didn’t swallow and didn’t move. Eventually I began to get an excruciating pain in my right shoulder. I ignored it. I got to the point where blobs of shapes and colors were swirling around my eyes. Then just went away. Came back and went away a few times. Did this up until I honestly couldn’t bear the pain in my shoulder. It legit felt like it was being dislocated. Shit was wild asf. Never was able to enter a dream. Little annoyed. But want to know why tf did I have such a pain in my shoulder for so long? That session was over an hour and got nothing. Ignoring the pain was one thing but it definitely jeopardized the experience to where I had to stop.
I have done this accidentally with an asmr video, wasn't really that hard for me. You get these weird twitches in your muscles that feel really good. Didn't go into a lucid dream though since i needed sleep that night
It happens to me if im really really sleepy. If i turn the lights on in my room and sleep, i will go into sleep paralysis almost every time. I can even get myself out of it, go back to sleep and go back into the paralysis. Real weird shit. I want to see how long i can stay in it but my mind cant handle it for more than a few seconds. Feels like i died and i know that i died and know i can no longer move or do anything ever again.
I woke up and went to sleep again after 2 hours, then I woke up again and heard my parents coming home and I heard them talking right outside my room. Then I realised that I just couldnt move, I started to panic and tried to scream and move my arms and legs but it was impossible. Then my door got bustdd open and my vision started to vibrate and my eyes moved A LOT. I have never been so scared in my whole life and I saw a black shadow passing through my room. Then I found out I could move my toes og I started moving them like really fast and then I woke up. I wasnt even expecting to have a sleep paralysis and my parents wasnt even home. It felt so real because I felt my toes moving and I was swallowing.
It's hard cuz my instinct is to force myself out of the invisible "barrier" with sheer will the moment i enter sleep paralysis. It takes a lot of self control to stay in it.
My first sleep paralysis was about 10 secs long and i saw this tall black figure right in front of my bed. It didn't move or touch me, it didnt have a face. It just stood there... I tried to yell as loud as i could for my mom who was in the next room but only muffled sounds came out.
I had a few experiences (the most recent being perhaps 10 years ago) that I don't really see discussed much. Perhaps because it's rare? I basically called it "lucid sleepwalking". It was never something I could make happen, and it only happened a total of perhaps 3 times in my entire life, spaced far apart. It was basically what it sounds like - I was asleep, and dreaming, and became lucid. I thought it was just a lucid dream, but it definitely seemed "different". For instance, I could read things and not everything I tried to change would change. Dream imagery was all over the place. Then all of a sudden, I just "woke up", and was standing exactly where I was standing in my dream (i.e., in my home). I basically had a lucid dream while sleepwalking, and my sleepwalking body carried out the movements I was intending to dream about. I'm just glad I didn't try to do anything _real_ dangerous, like running outside and jumping off a cliff in order to fly. I mean, I knew I was dreaming, but did not know I was sleepwalking while it was happening. If I could find some way to induce them in a predictable manner, I might play around with it once in awhile. But to have them just pop up like that's kinda' scary when you realize all the crazy stuff you could accidentally end up doing with your real body that could be harmful to yourself or others, just because you didn't realize your actual body was moving while you're dreaming. Fortunately, I'm not prone to attacking people in my lucid dreams, so I'm quite sure other people would be safe around me if it happened again. But _I_ might not be. It's just the possibility of taking extreme risks simply because I think I'm purely in a dream and couldn't possibly get hurt. Anyway, that's my thought. Any insight into what's going on with that? Like I said, it's very rare, I'm generally not worried about it. But yet, it would only take one unfortunate incident to make a disaster.
Wake up halfway during sleep sit up about 5-10 min lay down on your back relax congratulations you are in sleep paralysis. It happens fast to me, before my head hits the pillow I am in sleep paralysis. Yes that’s right before I can get in a comfortable position. Daytime or nighttime it can happen anytime with practice! When you get good at it you will hear things.
@Lil Platy900 It can mess it up. But let's say you swallow once and haven't moved yet. If you now manage to keep your mind at the perfect state (not too awake, but still not asleep) before another swallow, you will succeed without completely resetting because you haven't moved. But if you move then you lose all progress.
i tried to do this and successfully did, but when i did i saw a creepy shadow figure in my room! i have really bad anxiety and i literally freaked out i see comments of people trying to say try again but i can't i almost had a heart attack
I need some help. So last night I was so still and I didnt even swallow. I ignored the itching urge and moving urge it even felt like I had pins and needles in my forearms and backs of my hands but no movement and after a while i felt like I started to see a floating eye but it wasnt an eyeball it was more like an Egyptian drawing of an eye and there was a very subtle flashing of colors. That's were I panicked I had no idea how long it had been and I felt like my eyelids were spasming out as if they were being pried open and i was struggling to keep them closed. Then they opened ever so slightly and I felt like I stopped drifting off and the images were gone. I dont think I moved but I felt close to dream or sleep state. Then I tried again but just ended up falling asleep for real. Please help thanks.
Both are possible. However the rem sleep lengthens throughout the phases of the night. So they start at 10 ish minutes and aren't vivid, when you go to bed. And are roughly 45 minutes after 6 hours of sleep.
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