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I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.

 
Anonymous Mike
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11/26/2012 10:13 AM
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I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.
I sleep by a window with a sill and shutters that can be pulled up, and on the sill are all my bonsai. My dorm buddy sleeps across from me. Now, about the dream. I had had a lucid dream, but woke up rather soon. When i woke up, i decided not to move and let my body be paralyzed so i could attempt a WILD. I felt rushing and heard a buzzing/ringing sound, i hate it when that happens, always tempted to freak out. But i endured it calmly and then it was over. I was laying on my bed like i was and my first thought was, "it didn't work". The strap to pull up the shutters is right by my head and i usually pull them up a lil bit to look at my watch. When i pulled up the shutter though, it was still dark, though somehow the thought entered my mind that it was past 9am. I kept pulling up the shutters and realized there was another set of shutters in front of it. I kept pulling it up and finally the other shutters lifted too. I saw my bonsai being lifted (they were overgrown and tangled with the other shutter) and i was pulling them up. Then suddenly i was in the hallway (the whole time in the dream i felt as if i was in the place im at but it was completely different) I was in a bathrobe, which is weird, i hate bathrobes. I went outside to look at my window sill and saw that the sill wasnt right alongside the wall, it had been pushed back into the wall to make a little square out-door room of sorts. Its really hard to explain. My bonsai were gone, petunias were growing there, and every plant was identical. I went inside and saw people that i hadn't seen in years, others in meer days. Now i was "wide awake/aware" and i remembered something someone told me. They said if you look at a book or clock and then again the time or phrases would change. So i looked at a wall clock, and it had 3 hands. I looked again, and for a split second the clock was the same, but then it shifted as i looked. 2 of the hands got shorter. Now i was sure of it, i was dreaming, it was THE most lucid dream ive ever had. I remembered someone telling me about lucid dreams and i heard them saying "if you ever want to wake up, just breath in deeply and sharply." So i did. It didn't work. Now i panicked. I was breathing deep trying to wake up but i was stuck. I didn't have the usual sensation that i could do wtv i wanted like in my usual lucid dreams. I felt like i was stuck here on purpose, by what? i had no idea. My dad appeared next to me and i told him, "Dad, i can't wake up!" He said, "i know." then i walked down a hall with him and sat at a table. I heard the voice of Jordan David from spirit science reciting one of his videos on astral projection. I remember one phrase, "...you soon realize it's time to go back..." so i went ooh, ill just have to wait this out. I was comforted by this and the fact that my dad was there. Then the dream melted away, like running water. i woke up, and i did a reality check just to make sure. it was that real. Now my question..Is all that normal? a dream being so intensely real that you can't wake up? In a way it scared me and at the same time once i was awake i realized it was something more than lucid dreaming

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11/26/2012 10:24 AM
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Re: I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.
i know how scary they are,you "wake up" to wonder how many levels there really are,what's real and how little control we have,or how little we know.
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11/26/2012 10:43 AM

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Re: I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.
Interesting. The details that were similar but not quite like real life, such as petunias instead of bonsai, made me think you were in some sort of "parallel dimension". I know that sounds ridiculous.

Is your dad living or passed on? If he has passed, I am sure that you actually communicated with his soul in this dream.

Fascinating dream; thanks for sharing. I almost felt like I was living your dream along with you because of your clear and detailed account.
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06/17/2013 08:47 PM
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Re: I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.
I know this is an old post but I'm hoping I can help another worried person out who got "stuck" in their LD (literally just happened to me on my usual nap before my late night shift.)

first my dream: I was in a small town that I have never been in before. A street with no cars but people walking on it and a bunch of shops/diners/bars lining the road.I walked into a random diner and the owner of it chased me out saying some form of gibberish. Heres where things start getting crazy. He continues to chase me down the street now with no people walking on it. I run into a diner but slow down when I realize Darth Maul is the doorman (stay with me I know I know far fetched.)Anyways, the guy chasing me earlier was gone but now Maul is pissed at me, so instead of running, I put my arms out and think of him floating away then exploding like a firework. After that little episode, I start doing what I always try to do when I LD... Look for answers. I end up walking into a purple house that had a few people in it and alot of staircases. there are some TVs but they are running cartoons that I don't remember what about. The gentlemen in the house are far nicer then maul asking me what I'm up to and if I know cartoons are for children. I tell them that cartoons are important because they teach kids little messages in them about being better people. They don't respond so I leave. but now I'm in a school without any doorknobs (a few rooms at my dads old house,that he built, had the same problem.)anyway, I start walking through the school seeing some people I know and others that I don't I also receive a paper scribbled meet zach and chase at the pool. But then I start to realize that my left arm is falling asleep. I start to panic because I hate that feeling. So I'm trying to wake up the usual ways but to no avail.

THE SOLUTION: I manage to get out of the school by imagining a sliding glass door. When I get out I'm on a street with some cars going this time. After a few pass I work up the courage and see a black car coming down. I think to myself "this is the one." I jump into its windscreen and wham I'm awake with immobile/asleep left arm. Then quickly jot down the experience on my "dream journal" file on my laptop.
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06/17/2013 09:03 PM
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Re: I couldn't wake up in my lucid dream.
Whenever you get stuck in a lucid dream, remember your breathing. If you want to stay lucid, breath normally. If you want out, you have to scream, hold your breath, sing, or do something with your breathing that is not normal.

When you go to sleep you relax and this keeps you from acting out your dreams. Most of your body will relax except for your diaphram because of course you do need to be breathing. You normally have unconcious control of your breathing until you become aware of it.
You really are not supposed to be aware of your breathing at all. If you go lucid and are excited and breath a few quick breaths in awe this can wake you up too. So if you are lucid and wish to stay lucid then you need to be aware of your dream, observing it without trying to get too emotional.

Sometimes I sing in my dreams, which is great because no one is really there to judge me. I think I sound great. Usually I am singing something which at the time seems to sound wonderful but when I wake up I can't remember what I was singing about, only that I was very happy. If I do remember the lyrics it is silly, childlike or stupid.

Sometimes something funny happens in my dreams and I laugh and laugh, which wakes me. When I think about whatever it was that made me laugh, it isn't even that funny, but I seem to have hightend senses in my dreams. If something makes me cry I will wake up crying too. The act of sobbing wakes me, because this is also not like normal breathing.

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