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Old 07-08-2016, 07:36 AM   #46
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A slight change, has anyone experienced sleep paralysis? A state where you are awake, but the rest of your body is not, hence you cannot really move or speak.... Now THAT would be terrifying to experience.
I have on a few occasions. It happens when I sleep on my side. It feels like someone is lying next to you and squeezing your sides. I was afraid when it happened in the past, but it doesn't frighten me anymore. When I experience it, I just curse at it, of course it sounds like heavy mumbling when I curse at it.

Most religious people say it's evil spirits and others say it's aliens. I chuckled when I heard that.
 
Old 07-08-2016, 08:24 AM   #47
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Has anyone tried the the floating arm trick ... http://server.nakeddiscovery.com/HTM...question/1774/ ...
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2014/...ting-arm-trick
or the temporary paralysis one: by clenching a fist for 5 minutes, while gently stroking that wrist, to then try and slowly as possible unclench your first?
 
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Has anyone tried the the floating arm trick ... http://server.nakeddiscovery.com/HTM...question/1774/ ...
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2014/...ting-arm-trick
or the temporary paralysis one: by clenching a fist for 5 minutes, while gently stroking that wrist, to then try and slowly as possible unclench your first?
I did the extend the arms to doorway trick as a kid. And when you step out, your arms seems to rise quickly. I never did the other tick pushing the arms towards the wall, so I don't know what that feels like.
 
Old 07-10-2016, 11:01 AM   #49
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I blame this thread now, I know you can't promise but no rolling in the floor laughing please.

I just woke from a nap, because I slept like crap last night and I dreamt in this nap. I was at a play land. Fun, fun and aside from that we'd get different sized bags to fill with candy. I was filling the smallest (big a#! one) as they we closing so was rushing, then suddenly had to pee!!! An opening with an outdoorsy feel was extremely close as I tried rushing for it but seemed an eternity as that "paralysis" feel held me slow so I wound up in little bits like waves peeing my pants! I did so enough that I could then hold it and went towards parking lot to leave, when I woke up!

My first thought was I just peed the bed for the first time in over 30 some years? But, nope!
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(At least I was home this time! )

Add: I assume with these last two dreams that tricked me like that, some forgotten sexual dream happens first but who knows?

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Old 07-10-2016, 04:02 PM   #50
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Has anyone had any experiences with binaural beats? Supposedly thats also a way of inducing weird dream states.
 
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That sounds cool Jeebizz( and a safer way to play with electricity )!

Science behind some beats and sounds is fun and can change your heart rate (+\-) simply listing among other things.

Try slowing down and\or speeding up and overlapping, with slight( or more) offsets of dual or more tracks of Inagodadavida; but, careful it might blow your mind!

Add: like when you sing "Row Row Row the Boot" with more people and they all come in at different points...

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Old 07-10-2016, 05:04 PM   #52
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Has anyone had dejavu's in their dreams? Something in your dream came true in real life.
Not exactly, but I've had deja vu's about my dreams (or something similar).
 
Old 07-10-2016, 05:05 PM   #53
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Cool

In case it's not clear?

I.e: Inagodadavida loaded in 2 separate VLC windows( or browsers) so you can hit play, then right again hit the other play, quick pauses and plays to change the timing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCkHanF4v1w
 
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Arrow

I think most people in this "working world" get messed up sleep patterns. Mine is a few hours each weeknight and crash on the ends, where I dream more, along with naps or a better sleep patterns.
 
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Arrow To death... WE drift.

This title caught my mind too here I hear, then recalled a:I posted .

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Old 07-22-2016, 03:35 AM   #56
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For some time, I am dreaming only rubbish. All so chaotic that identifying one single dream would be a chore. It happens, that I force myself to wake up when it gets too ridiculous... often saying a phrase like “Okay, that's enough of it”. More often in French as more and more of the protagonists and environments, if they deserve that designation, in my dreams are now French. It happens though that a French cat speaks German, but it does not pay off to take note of those details, as the cat has become a lighthouse.., a Mercedes Benz or... actually there was no cat, nor a Mercedes, just a whole in the ground... now covered by ... nope. I mistook that for ... “Ah Shit! Enough.”
 
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I had a weird one, almost posted the other day. It was a good long dream, nothing unusual but at the end I was exhausted and couldn't sleep... then I woke up? Made me think, have I ever dreamt myself going to sleep?

Today my dream woke me too. I was at an indoor sk8 park and we were going to check out the new second level but they're still building the way up. A painter's ladder got me to the one they we building and then to the cement level with one foot still on the new built in ladder. I insignificantly thought don't fall back but suddenly could not move my foot off the ladder. My first thought was everyones looking at me foot, move! Then must have realized I was dreaming and woke..?

Seems I get tiered in my dreams when about to wake?!. Or, is that just in my head?

Like Michael Uplawski, maybe we all have our own ways to wake from them?

Few times when I knew I was waking but wanted the dream to last, seemed to become a lucid daydream buy just keeping my eyes held closed until the novelty wore off.

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Old 07-31-2016, 10:33 PM   #58
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Killing feels good!!! I only guess from dreams but seems we teach it must be true?! Stupid!
 
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Screw the pot back together...
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2geVAuo1_0 4:05

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I need to get some Stilton cheese

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