How can i go into a sleep paraylsis then turn it into a lucid dream
I'm not sure how you enter sleep paralysis or if you're even asking this half of the possible question. I can tell you how to turn your dream into a lucid one.
When I have a dream I don't like, in my waking hours I take it's symbolism and work out the meaning. For instance, if I dream I'm in a room and it's loaded with rodents, snakes, ferrets, etc. all scrambling around & making it difficult for me to move through them and leave the room for a better place, I know in real life I'm feeling like all the details of running a household, nuisance errands, phone calls, mail, bills, appointments and necessities of life are causing me to feel harassed and the creatures represent nuisances. While awake and alert, I visualize the critters for what they are: kind of cute and nothing really scary at all. I can visualize them in funny or engaging poses.
Next time I dream that dream, When I start to feel powerless, I decide to take control and exert my will from my waking visions onto the dream and change the critters in the dream to harmlessness. It's amazing how fast the dream will dissolve. Often doing this will also mean waking up very soon.
I hope this helps you.
It doesn't work that way and is difficult to achieve, control and maintain. Fringe science at it's worst. If you can do it, it still seems pointless; navigating around an artificial environment created in the brain using brain power. Google it and you should find numerous full texts on techniques to employ and practice achieving certain levels of awareness and control. That was a long time ago when the internet was young; maybe they have gone through an electronic shredder since then.
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