Sleep paralysis is the best starting point for anyone new to lucid dreams or out of body experiences.
The reason for this is it’s absolutely an unmistakable feeling when you enter it, unlike most other things in lucid dreams which are fleeting and ephemeral.
So what is sleep paralysis?
Sleep paralysis is a protection mechanism your body uses when you fall asleep. It allows you to dream that you’re doing what ever you want, no matter how chaotic or active, and you won’t accidentally move your arms and legs and awake yourself up.
The way it works is it temporarily disconnects your voluntary muscle system from your mind. When this happens it feels like a heavy lead blanket is being laid on your chest and limbs.
This heavy lead blanket feeling in sleep paralysis is because you have to send a much stronger nerve signal than normal in order to get the same muscle movement. When you reach 100% sleep paralysis you can’t move anything at all, with a few small exceptions, which we’ll go over in the next post on how to break sleep paralysis.
After we cover how to break sleep paralysis, I’ll show you why sleep paralysis is the best way to have OBEs without using visualizations.
Then we’ll go over ways to convert sleep paralysis into an OBE or lucid dream
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