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inception is a shit by Simon Cedgekure - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 22:30:03 EST ID:Rrz8HxLF No.45465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I am getting pretty tired of waking up in dreams within dreams within dreams, I would rather have nightmares than this recursive hell. Is there some sort of interpretation of waking up in your dreams?
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Walter Pedgestock - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 20:57:23 EST ID:lQMt93pb No.45468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
u gotta get a lil' metal top my nigga
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Frederick Futtingshaw - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 08:07:18 EST ID:QhRbrhUp No.45470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45465
i remember one time where i went through probably 20 successive dreams within dreams, all very vivid, and then i woke up into 'waking' world and just laughed, because, you know
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Phoebe Duvingcocke - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 23:57:13 EST ID:XJv/Qb0i No.45475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45465
Yeah, false awakenings aren't all that strange mang. It also seems to be pretty regular for people who experience them to have multiple false awakenings in a row. I've had plenty myself, and whenever I do get them, I seem to wake up a good 3 to 5 times before actually waking up. I don't really get them especially often though.
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Lydia Sablingdock - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 08:27:38 EST ID:zzQurSQx No.45494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Reality checks. I used to rewind my dreams all the time when full lucidity was easier for me, and got stuck in a few loops myself. It really sucks when you don't even know how long you are repeating, and don't know if the dream is over or not. Small reality checks are the best way to address this. Personally I think, the easiest and most successful method is to plug your nose and see if you can still breathe through it. Obviously, if you plug your nose and can still breathe through it, you aren't actually blocking your airways, just imagining it. There's lots of other methods, including the classic "pinch me" method, but that's just what I've found to work best, at least for me. Hope this helps.
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Fuck Sindlefoot - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:37:23 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This happened to me last night
I had an aquarium that I was doing experiments in
And eventually I grew a sentient lifeform
She was like a disembodied head with biolumiscent tentacles for "hair"
Very nice lady
But then my cat ate her
I was unable to deal with this so I decided to rewind time and I woke up at the beginning of the day to prevent it
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Fuck Sindlefoot - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:38:18 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45534
bioluminescent
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Betsy Doddlechure - Thu, 11 May 2017 03:12:12 EST ID:DUxZOJoi No.45624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45465
u prolly want to be more lucid in your waking life
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Phineas Bunwill - Tue, 30 May 2017 20:30:27 EST ID:oSpAyEma No.45638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45465
that normally only happens to me when I'm particularly stressed or I'm coming off of weed. It is really jarring but mine stop after a while. How long have you been having them?
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Basil Fuckingham - Wed, 31 May 2017 10:56:24 EST ID:XWmHsbgU No.45639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
False awakenings aren't that uncommon of a phenomenon. Here's a copy and paste of a post I made on another website a while back about an experience I had with multiple false awakenings:

"As far as FAs go, I've had some here and there (don't usually get them), but one time when I was sorting out sleep issues and dealing with sleep medication that wasn't working, I took several soma to help me sleep. I wound up having 6 lucid dreams that morning, all one right after another (literally within the span of 20 minutes), but they weren't necessarily all that stable or anything.

As a matter of fact, I had 6 within 20 minutes because after each short lived lucid, I had on average 1-3 FAs before really waking up. It was honestly one of the most bizarre experiences I've ever had, because after the first two I realized what was going on (I was waking up every 3 or 4 minutes or whatever, so it's hard not to). When I realized what was happening, I would notice that even though I've woken up and I'm just lying in bed, my room was completely different despite registering as being exactly the same to my senses. I would realize within a few seconds that it was wrong (though how I don't know, because like I said, it was registering as totally normal and very convincingly), enter another FA, realize even quicker that the same thing was happening, and then get a third FA (sometimes).

It was like rapidly shifting between realities (gotta remember I had 6 lucid dreams too, so in between sets of FAs I was dreaming too), and it was all crashing like a house of cards. Normally FAs don't cause such a strange feeling upon exiting them either, it was highly confusing in one sense, but not in another because I knew what was happening. The best way to put it is that I felt all the confusion despite my thoughts not matching the confusion, it was a very disorienting experience while it was happening."


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