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Praxis99
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Sleep paralysis leading into multiple lucid dreams
PostPosted: Wed 14 Jun, 2017  Reply with quote

I had (for me) a unique experience of ‘sleep paralysis’ just the other night. Instead of some of the panic I might have felt previously it just acted as an quiet ‘interlude’ between a series of seemingly interconnected lucid dreams. One dream would fade out but I’d find myself ‘aware’ in a ‘rigid’ body in blackness before another dream would form within which I was immediately lucid. The dreams themselves were odd, full of at times grotesque but not threatening figures, such as skeletal faced children or adults looking like 'the thing' but interestingly when I sort to ‘wish’ them away another perfectly normal figure appeared at my side asking me why I had done so. At one point a dream character told me I had been ‘alive’ three times and they wanted to ‘fix me’ even telling me tales of my ‘previous’ existence. All in a pretty odd experience but a very vivid one and not something I’ve experienced before re the calm transitional period I spent in sleep paralysis.


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PostPosted: Mon 17 Jul, 2017  Reply with quote

It sounds like a very interesting experience. eh
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when I sort to ‘wish’ them away another perfectly normal figure appeared at my side asking me why I had done so

did you answer or just ignore the DC?



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PostPosted: Sat 29 Jul, 2017  Reply with quote

Sorry for the delay in reply.

No I didn't respond to the DC directly but it did make me feel kind of chastened for having wished to do so since I felt no 'threat' from the same.

Indeed what made this experience so memorable was my interactions with the DC's along with a 'rock solid' feeling of lucidity. Often in my lucid dreams DC's behave like 'shop window dummies' but not here since my interactions with 'them' were not initiated by me but by them, for example been told of a previous 'life' were I brought and sold houses. Its that aspect that made the LD so memorable and vivid. I wish all my LD's were so!



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PostPosted: Tue 22 Aug, 2017  Reply with quote

Wow, super interesting with the SP in between dreams. I never really thought about it before, but I suppose other people must be experiencing SP this way, especially if they use it to LD.

As far as I can tell by reading other people's accounts, it seems to be just as common to be calm in SP as panicked.

Sounds like a great string of dreams, verging on the profound with those interactions with the DC.



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