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The Science Of Lucid Dreaming!

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  1. These are the coolest videos ever. I love feeding my curiosity from these videos and finding out more about some topics you’ve covered! Thanks and keep up the good work!

  2. I know it sounds scary. I watched a video of a guy talking about what happens. He said it happened to him as a kid and then one night he decided to just accept it and let it happen. Then it went away and he started lucid dreaming

  3. To be able to have lucid dreams you may experience the phenomena of not being able to move, hallucinations of dark figures approaching, and fear….Yeah, I think I’ll pass.

  4. I’ve unintentionally entered sleep paralysis a couple of times. I can legitimately say it is the most frightening thing I’ve ever experienced. Of course, I had no idea what was going on, so that just made it worse. Every time I’ve been under, I’ve been murdered. When you’re released, you hear an incredibly loud noise, like something inhuman is yelling into your ears. It’s probably the reason people think that they’ve been ‚attacked by demons‘ or whatever. Anyways, it’s just fucking terrifying.

  5. Those „dark and scary figures“ I see when in sleep paralysis, I just say „Bitch, I am NOT in the mood for your shit right now. I’m doing science here!“ and they pause, stare at me for a second, then disintegrate. „That’s better“

  6. I fell asleep with papers on my bed and the bathroom door slightly ajar. I woke up, couldn’t move, and heard dripping water from the bathroom. It came closer and closer. Then i heard the papers crumple under the weight of something. Then it was gone and the room was suddenly brighter. My papers were untouched. It was frightening. :/

  7. I have experienced the w.i.l.d and was way scarey! I think it was the scariest thing I had ever been through. I don’t recommend it. I felt like I was trapped in my body and I wanted to move and scream and couldn’t even open my mouth. It was horrible. Then I saw this black shadow coming over me and still couldn’t move or scream for help. When I finally woke up I started crying and crying. It felt like something was very wrong.

  8. People go insane doing this. Ive has sleep paralysis for decades. Its a trip. Sometimes would force self to wake which was exhausting. Other times just reassured myself I was asleep and would wake soon. Total trip? Sleep paralysis in pitch black room.

  9. You’re the that’s delusional because you believe in something (in your case, god) with the absence of proof. Nobody here is against god, at least I certainly am not. I’m against those who conceive that there is one because everybody who conceives that there is one does it without EVIDENCE or PROOF. That is the very essence of being delusional.

  10. i hate all the „are you sure you arent dreaming now“ and „is life just a dream also“, Bitch please yes i know the fucking difference just because its similar in theory

  11. God and religion literally go hand-in-hand. Most religions obey/follow the laws of the god linked to it, therefore there is no wrong in using the terms interchangeably. There is far more than an insignificant number of blind followers, because they are basically every follower. If religion is not instilled into you from a young age and you are wise enough to question the basis of gods and religion, you shouldn’t be following it.

  12. Yes but one does not have to be 100% certain something does not exist for the idea to not be given any sort of credence. IE: ‚You are not and can never be 100% certain alien werewolves do not exist somewhere in the universe, do you therefore have any reason to believe that they exist?‘ We, as logical creatures, do not base facts and knowledge on what we cannot disprove- only on what we can prove.

    Side note: I write these words as a deist with my own beliefs.

  13. Excellent point Odesawaan. Knowledge is inherently grounded in what can prove or what we do know. Anything that transcends reality or anything that hasn’t been proven (which includes god) cannot be regarded as knowledge or factual.

  14. I hate that people have perverted the usage of the term „begs the question“ … Begging the question is a logical fallacy where a statement refers to its own assertion to prove the assertion. This video has nothing to do with circular reasoning, so please edit such use out of your vocabulary and let me wake up from this grammatical nightmare posing as „education“… Otherwise, AWESOME VIDEO!

  15. I hate that people have perverted the usage of the term „begs the question“ … Begging the question is a logical fallacy where a statement refers to its own assertion to prove the assertion. This video has nothing to do with circular reasoning, so please edit such use out of your vocabulary and let me wake up from this grammatical nightmare posing as „education“… Otherwise, AWESOME VIDEO!

  16. I actually needed help controlling the last few nights I go to sleep dream but don’t fully know part of me does but I can’t control it and than I wake up around 3-4 and go to sleep 30 minutes or an hour later once though I didn’t go back to sleep and ALSO when I go back to sleep I don’t dream or don’t remember?

  17. I actually needed help controlling the last few nights I go to sleep dream but don’t fully know part of me does but I can’t control it and than I wake up around 3-4 and go to sleep 30 minutes or an hour later once though I didn’t go back to sleep and ALSO when I go back to sleep I don’t dream or don’t remember?

  18. What fluids keep the brain alive, intact and functional? Is it possible to stabilize the brain of a gun shot victim perhaps, fix all the internal bleeding, etc., remove the fluids keeping the brain „alive“ and then the person will be alive ?

  19. What fluids keep the brain alive, intact and functional? Is it possible to stabilize the brain of a gun shot victim perhaps, fix all the internal bleeding, etc., remove the fluids keeping the brain „alive“ and then the person will be alive ?

  20. . Here are my thoughts. Most of the time i have no control of what „situation“ im in but i have control of my thoughts within the dream itsself and i get really confused. How can my brain fool my senses so well into making a dream feel so real, with so much emotion and vividness. Even when i get chased i know its a dream and i get shot at or stabbed and then from there my mind restarts another dream as if it doesnt know how to react after being killed lol

  21. i had a dream once…i was standing in my school’s cafeteria and was at a table…i looked around and saw the school’s janitor mopping the floor. so i got up and started beating him with mop, then i grabbed a handful of mashed potatoes off someones tray and shoved it into his mouth… then sadly i found out…it wasn’t a dream…

  22. i had a dream once…i was standing in my school’s cafeteria and was at a table…i looked around and saw the school’s janitor mopping the floor. so i got up and started beating him with mop, then i grabbed a handful of mashed potatoes off someones tray and shoved it into his mouth… then sadly i found out…it wasn’t a dream…

  23. means you’re peeing in bed also. you should acknowledge that and wake up and go to the toilet. Make sure you woke up, ‚cuz sometimes you may dream like you woke up and went to bathroom. 😀 I learnt that when I was a child 😀

  24. Aggressive? What are you talking about?
    I think it is you who’s got a problem if you think someone needs anger management for calling an idiot an idiot.

    I understand you tried to “own“ me by sounding intelligent now that you realized you were wrong, but that doesn’t work. Sorry.

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  26. In that case you need to practice your awareness.
    One fun way to do that is to pretend that real life is a dreamworld; this will make you feel more excited about the world around you, and thus you will use all your senses much more.
    Also stop for a moment several times a day and ask yourself WHY you think you are awake – is everything the way it should be, and does everything seem natural?
    If you combine this mindset with regularly keeping Dream Journal then you will get VERY far.

  27. Dear god, after you said dark and scary figures… yeah, I guess I didn’t need to sleep tonight.
    I’d go for lucid dreaming except for the fact that that sounds an awful lot like night terrors. I don’t have those, and I don’t want to start having them. I sleep like a log. It’s great (aside from fire alarms). I’d like to keep it that way.

  28. I have been a lucid dreamer for years now and this is pretty accurate in a couple areas. When you’re aware of the dream, you can take total control for minutes at a time. It’s really cool until sleep paralysis occurs. It feels as if some evil force is holding you down and you cannot move a limp for 20-30 seconds in real time, but it seems like an eternity when It’s happened cause you’re freaking out. Tip, quick way to go lucid is to sleep on your back. Good luck.

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    Pretty awesome stuff! Will let you know if it helps me =D

  31. I’ve had conscious sleep paralysis once every few months since I was little. It doesn’t normally scare me, but once I was feverish and sleeping in an unusual place, and then I was utterly terrified. I didn’t see anything strange, but I was disoriented and couldn’t move, which is scary enough.

  32. I’d love to see that too.
    On multiple occasions I’ve randomly fallen under the effects of sleep paralysis and I can never remember the tactic used for turning that into a lucid dream.
    I remember the first time I felt it I saw a random guy with an Afro holding a camera moving towards me… The human brain is strange. 😐

  33. I have a question: how is it possible that I remember a dream I had when I was probably 10 or 11? It’s still very vivid in my mind, like a real memory, but I am aware it was a dream because how else would a childhood friend of mine be a leprechaun.

  34. (having lucid dream about zombies) Ok, they are chasing me now. Alright, I can wake up now. Seriously, WAKE UP. Please! FINE. (tries to take weapon off a wall) NOT ENOUGH POINTS. Of course. (gets an idea). (closes eyes and turns zombies into chairs)

  35. Not actually, yet sometimes we see an undefined entity likely when lights are so dim and not completely dark in the room but it’s all from our hallucination of course.

  36. maybe it was a frequent dream, I have one too, when I was 7/8 years old I frequently dreamed about everything being black and white, and flying trough the house, then suddenly I fall down and wake up ‚-‚

  37. You got off easy.

    The ones to be afraid of …
    A part of your brain is still in the dream… playing out the story. The other part is awake and aware of the real world around you. And your mind lapses constantly back and forth to either 70% dream dominant or 70% aware dominance.

    And if it is a bad dream…
    You fight… struggling to wake. But you can’t. So you struggle to keep in a dominant awake state and try not lapse back.

    And then… the nightmare follows you to your paralyzed reality.

  38. You’ve got the „happier“ version of sleep paralysis. To only be aware and not move is a scary and uncomfortable situation.

    But it is far far far better than the nightmare situations I’ve found myself in.

  39. I, unfortunately, know too the horrors of Sleep Paralysis.

    Just wait til you start fighting extremely hard in your mind to wake up… for your body to please, please move. Because, a part of you, is still dreaming that nightmare. And don’t want to be in that dream anymore… WAKE UP. Please… she is getting CLOSER. The cackling.

    So you fight to atleast be in a dominant aware state – even if you can’t move.
    And then… you see her… walk into your room. GETTING CLOSER.

    Good luck

  40. I’ve had many sleep paralysis episodes but my first one was scary. I also had a small fear of sleeping after that. But to overcome that, I exposed myself to sleep paralysis as much as I can and overcame my fear. Though sleep paralysis is scary, lucid dreams are worth the effort at the end!

  41. I had one of those paralytic sleep dream thingies about two years ago. But what I couldn’t explain was who it was that called my house from my mothers. I woke up late at night to the phone ringing and a room door opening (I’m home alone). But i couldn’t move for awhile only till I started crying. ran to the phone and called the number back (my mothers house). Only to hear my mom convince me nobody there called my house at the time the caller id indicated. Do ghosts exist???

  42. Any ideas on how to stay in first person perspective in a dream? I often find myself jumping into 3rd perspective and watching the dream objectively like a movie. This is helpful in that it allows me to analyze the dream while IN it.. however reality checks do not work as I am bodiless from this perspective.

  43. Try setting your alarm a few hours before you have to wake up then go back to sleep. This way you almost always remember atleast one dream because you go straight into REM sleep after you have already slept for 6 hours then wake up. You can even set it so you wake up a few times after the 6 hour period, increasing your chances of remembering a dream. I wake up all the time in the night so I always remember multiple dreams albeit very briefly.

  44. I hope a day comes when I can put a device under my pillow, or a band around my head or something, while I sleep, that records what my brain is seeing in my dreams, so that I can watch it back on video later. That’d be so crazy! 😀

  45. I know what lucid dreams rly means… I`m having them right now every 5 nights and its pretty awesome 😀 can do what ever I want in it. I started it easily, go to sleep lie down on your back, think about lucid dreaming and don`t scratch, because your body sends fake impulses around your body to check if you`re awake or not. Since I done it it began from my first time :> try it

  46. I have a few Lucid Dreams every week. I’ve gotten quite good at it without keeping a journal. My reality check is touching my hands together, in reality they will stop each other when they touch, but in a dream, my hand ghost through each other. My only problem is that once I become aware, I get excited, my heart starts to beat and it becomes aware to me in the lucid dream, and I wake up. Most of the time I just change the scenery in front of me for practice. It’s really fun.

  47. The other night I had a dream where I was batman for some reason, and had to stop a death ray from destroying the city, then out of no where it changed into an „Alien“ Movie, and I was running for my life O.O

  48. Sometimes,when I wake up early for school,,i feel lazzy but I know I have to shower nd somehow,i sleep ,nd drezm that I showeted ,nd I wake up nd its like wtf

  49. I have sleep paralysis a lot I recently stopped though cause I use to get it when I took a nap during the day then when I went to bed at night I would unconsciously think of scary things and I would ‚wake up‘ a while later not being able to open my eyes move my lips and speak and move my body it’s pretty scary for people who aren’t use to it but the trick is to just relax when your in the situation

  50. Can you actually SEE things while in sleep paralysis? I experienced a state a couple of times now in which I was aware that I was lying in my bed and my eyes were closed but I could not open them or move any part of my body. That state usually lasted about half a minute or so. The weird thing was that I heard noises that weren’t real, in one case footsteps right next to my bed and „someone“ touching my sheet… which was scary :-/
    But can you acutally open your eyes to see stuff in this state?

  51. well the reason im asking is that he’s saying that you can have „sleep paralysis“ ( I HAVE had that before) and „your mind can play tricks on you“, I was kinda wondering if its possible to have sleep paralysis and then „imagine“ scary things in the dark and then have some scarring thing for the rest of your life

  52. (I read on Nat Geo that some guy in like Canada I think it was, had sleep paralysis from „lucid dreaming“ and then saw some pretty messed up stuff and then was like scarred for life,) so I was just wondering if there is a probability that would happen to a person?

  53. I often experience sleep paralysis . It is creepy as hell, usually i dont see things but i hear creepy sounds behind me. Once i heard an evil clown right behind me and he was laughing. Damn

  54. No, because your stream of consciousness is linear throughout being awake and asleep. You can dream that you keep waking up from multiple dreams but there’s no actual dream within a dream going on.

  55. Gah I hate sleep paralysis. I get it so often. Sometimes I’m unable to even breathe or say anything. I try to call for help but it doesn’t work. It goes away when I try to ignore it and go back to sleep. And before I saw this vid I was able to control some parts of my dreams but I didn’t really know how I did it.

  56. I’ve lucid dreamt once and it was probably the best feeling i’ve ever had. Though before it all i almost fell into sleep paralysis but like he said you should do, i subconsciously told myself that i was dreaming and it turned all normal again 🙂

  57. I have had that :/ and have learned from it is because the inside of your urethra is a mucous membrane, kind of like the inside of your sinuses in your nose. Soapy water going in there would do the same irritation, or like in your eyes.The pee cleared out the soap, and the irritation will go away in a short time.
    It’s good to try to keep the soap on the outside,

  58. I’ve had sleep paralysis twice and I’m completely terrified of it. Both times I saw a dark figure and both times I got into a panic and told myself many times to wake up until I did. I never intend to have a sleep paralysis but I have found that those two times I did was when I was completely exhausted, tired, weak, and fell asleep before I could even realize I was going to sleep. I saw my body the

  59. @Ana Steele the second time. And I also saw myself floating upwards. That’s when I saw a dark figure approaching me slowly. My question is, why does everyone see a dark shadow? Could it be a demon?

  60. I’ve had sleep paralysis once when i was a kid! I wine up after a nap and heard my dad cooking lunch. I realized i couldn’t move and i yelled for help but he couldn’t hear me. I convinced myself my mother was in the room and called her name. It was just my mind playing tricks on me _ i was able to get out by moving my left leg off the side of the bed and dropping myself onto the floor, haha. But the shadowy figure if my mom still haunts me..

  61. WOOW! I have a coupple of lucive reams a month, and they are wild! You are basicly GOD! You can create all and experience all. Tho these dreams can turn back to ordenary dreams after a while and you will no longer know you are dreaming. One thing i allways try when i doubdt i am awake is to, classical stuff, pinch my arm. It really is painless in the dream. You can feel it. But it wont hurt. My question. Why are we yawning?

  62. WOOW! I have a coupple of lucive reams a month, and they are wild! You are basicly GOD! You can create all and experience all. Tho these dreams can turn back to ordenary dreams after a while and you will no longer know you are dreaming. One thing i allways try when i doubdt i am awake is to, classical stuff, pinch my arm. It really is painless in the dream. You can feel it. But it wont hurt. My question. Why are we yawning?

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  65. Oh my gosh! I went into sleep paralysis once and i didnt know what it was back then, so my barbie and my old stuffed bear were plotting to kill me and for a while i thought my room was haunted by demons. Ohmygosh im so relieved. Tnx you guys! (I know, i belong in a mental hospital)

  66. Omg I regret doing this. I was dreaming but then I woke up in my bed but I was still dreaming. I walked into my hallway then I saw this shadow figure. I couldn’t move. I was stuck standing straight in the hallway. Then I started panicking and I though it was Bloody Mary coming towards me. Then I jumped and I was on my bed again actually awake this time.

  67. Omg I regret doing this. I was dreaming but then I woke up in my bed but I was still dreaming. I walked into my hallway then I saw this shadow figure. I couldn’t move. I was stuck standing straight in the hallway. Then I started panicking and I though it was Bloody Mary coming towards me. Then I jumped and I was on my bed again actually awake this time.

  68. That sleep paralysis is true, i remember i woke up once at like 1 in the morning and i couldn’t move, and then a shadowy figure started approaching me. Fuck it was scary

  69. That sleep paralysis is true, i remember i woke up once at like 1 in the morning and i couldn’t move, and then a shadowy figure started approaching me. Fuck it was scary

  70. ._. At first when I saw this video, I was all like, WOAH THIS IS COOL, I SHOULD TRY IT. But then from the comments and the video and all the stuff about sleep paralysis really scares me. o.o Like. Seriously. I’m too scared to try to lucid dream that way now. =.= But the things like that seriously scare me. Really bad. But at least I know about sleep paralysis now so in case something like that happens I won’t be as scared.

  71. I didn’t ever realise that I was Lucid Dreaming until I was talking to one of my friends about it and how once I had Sleep Paralysis and omgholyflyingfishinafryingpan it is creepy and scary as shit. I thought I was dead or something. But now I’ve seen this video I understand it a lot more so it’s all good. Still like the creepiest thing ever though.

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  73. One time during, what I now believe to be sleep paralysis, I felt like I was being pulled from my bed, with my back facing the door. I haven’t been able to sleep with my back to the door since.

  74. One time during, what I now believe to be sleep paralysis, I felt like I was being pulled from my bed, with my back facing the door. I haven’t been able to sleep with my back to the door since.

  75. Pardon me, but you used the phrase „beg the question“ incorrectly. It only begs ONE specific question, you can’t use any question you want. It’s only used when talking to another person and you think they are using a straw man argument. One begs the question of their argument having no validity.
    Love your videos, just subbed.

  76. Pardon me, but you used the phrase „beg the question“ incorrectly. It only begs ONE specific question, you can’t use any question you want. It’s only used when talking to another person and you think they are using a straw man argument. One begs the question of their argument having no validity.
    Love your videos, just subbed.

  77. Had this happen 2 times Me: Hey I think I am dreaming. Make my fictional crush appear! (does not happen) Then I just mope around in my dream trapped in a place I have been before. Thinking „Fuck“

  78. i have a good imagineation…i daydream while falling asleep and when i really am dreaming i can pretty much do what i want and were i want…i do have alot of dreams about hidden passage ways in my town, and within the week of having a dream about like a fallout shelter some one in town will find one..its cool to a point but som times get a little freaky

  79. You’re misusing the phrase,“begs the question.“ You mean, „raises/asks the question.“ Look up the former in Wikipedia. It’s a useful expression that’s being diluted by misuse these days.

  80. You’re misusing the phrase,“begs the question.“ You mean, „raises/asks the question.“ Look up the former in Wikipedia. It’s a useful expression that’s being diluted by misuse these days.

  81. You’re misusing the phrase,“begs the question.“ You mean, „raises/asks the question.“ Look up the former in Wikipedia. It’s a useful expression that’s being diluted by misuse these days.

  82. why is your brain playing tricks on you while lucid dreaming ? i experienced this phenomena of having strong feeling of fear while being aware that i´m asleep right now. could you explain that in a more detailed way ?
    thanks

  83. why is your brain playing tricks on you while lucid dreaming ? i experienced this phenomena of having strong feeling of fear while being aware that i´m asleep right now. could you explain that in a more detailed way ?
    thanks

  84. why is your brain playing tricks on you while lucid dreaming ? i experienced this phenomena of having strong feeling of fear while being aware that i´m asleep right now. could you explain that in a more detailed way ?
    thanks

  85. I have Vivid dream all the time I started trying to go lucid when i was about 15-16 now I’m 20 here is what I’ve learnt so far…step one _ to help in controlling dreams(NOT 100%) before you go to bed tie something around your head clothing (anything)step two _ as you lay down on your bed.. try and remember (your life) Eg, your first ever memory.. an so on and everything you can possibly remember make them the good ones or u’ll learn the hard way Thumbs up!

  86. I have Vivid dream all the time I started trying to go lucid when i was about 15-16 now I’m 20 here is what I’ve learnt so far…step one _ to help in controlling dreams(NOT 100%) before you go to bed tie something around your head clothing (anything)step two _ as you lay down on your bed.. try and remember (your life) Eg, your first ever memory.. an so on and everything you can possibly remember make them the good ones or u’ll learn the hard way Thumbs up!

  87. being a real „freak“, i often walked to school and pinch my arm to see if it hurts… so often that i started doing it automatically… and sometimes in my dreams
    until i said, hey ! it’s obvious i’m dreaming now… then i started practising methods of controling my dreams
    breathing under water (if you swim regularly), being attacked by someone/something in my dream and noticing it didn’t harm me at all… was a major leap for me, they couldn’t harm me… so i might as well fly away from them…

  88. flying prooved more difficult for me… first i really had to believe it was possible (as in all lucid dreaming control) then at first i just left the ground for a few feet… the ground was pulling me back down, and the harder i tried to „lift“, even putting both my arms up making fists towards the sky, it only made me feel more heavy… only if i relaxed and really believed i was dreaming, my mind let go of gravity… recently i went above the clouds, i still feel proud of this !

  89. i can imagine it sounds silly to someone who doesn’t remember a lucid dream… so often ppl ignore their dreams like they are „bad memories“… making it simple to laugh at ppl who talk about lucid dreaming… i thank the maker of this video, making it finally possible to talk about this subject to those who know what you feel.

  90. I have a question. Ok if you can achieve WILD, than your brain is awake during the time that you sleep, or so do I understand, but than does your brain rest at all, Like he was saying in the other video, you make subcontious connections, and memorys during the time that your brain is off. So does that mean that doesn’t happen anymore?

  91. I once attempted this, i sorted out my reality check but upon doing it in the dream, which was bouncing a ball and if it didn’t bounce I was dreaming, the ball did bounce and so I thought it was real and still had no control over it

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