Lucid Dream Vibrations

Lucid dream vibrations are useful for telling how close you are to success. As you relax closer and closer to a nonphysical focus and away from a physical focus it’s very likely you’ll encounter what are called “lucid dream vibrations” and lucid dream rushing noises.

What Do Lucid Dream Vibrations Feel Like?

The vibrations literally feel like a buzzing sensation, similar to a vibrating cell phone or the feeling of buzzing in your lips when you make a “Vvvvvvvvvv” sound. The usually appear in your head and chest area but can occur throughout your body.

What Do Lucid Dream Rushing Noises Sound Like?

The rushing noises that often come with vibrations sound like a train in the room or a tornado.

Most books on OBEs say that you should induce vibrations to have OBEs. This is anything but true and one of the main reasons people fail with lucid dreams.

Vibrations are simply a side effect of nonphysical friction. The more you practice OBEs the easier you’ll be able to shift into a nonphysical focus without running into nonphysical friction. Your OBE exits will become smoother and smoother until eventually you’ll pass directly from a conscious focus to a waking subconscious focus without any vibrations or rushing noises at all.

This has two effects:

1.) Good: You won’t waste any energy to friction in the vibration stage

2.) Bad: You’ll have fewer “road signs” to tell how close you are to an OBE.

The good part is lucid dream exits that are nice and smooth are also nice and bright and clear because you spend all your nonphysical energy on powering your projection rather than powering wasteful vibrations.

The bad part is that you may actually shift into an OBE and not know it because you didn’t have any obvious cluses about what was going on. To fix that problem, see the Lucidology 101 video on reality checks so you don’t overshoot your target.

How To Use Lucid Dream Vibrations To Have OBEs

The trick to using lucid dream vibrations to have OBEs is to wait for the “Quiet Zone” after vibrations have passed. That is the signal to watch for to know you’re in an OBE. Once you’ve relaxed past them and things calm down and become eerily still, you can use a exit method to turn your deep state of relaxation or even sleep paralysis into an OBE.

Check out the video on Lucidology 101 part 12 on how to turn sleep paralysis into lucid dream

The Next Step

For a much more detailed description of how to lucid dream vibrations to have OBEs and lucid dreams, check out the Lucidology 101 Part 10 video, podcast and illustrated PDF transcript on lucid dream vibrations.

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26 Responses to “Lucid Dream Vibrations”

  1. Jim says:

    I often have lucid dreams that are followed by intense vibration just before I wake up. I decided to search the web for what that might mean and I found this page. From the above content, it sounds like I could learn how to go from the vibrational state to an OBE. I am interested in learning more.

  2. Xx-iNs0mNIA-xX says:

    @ jim, same here last night i had the most intense lucid dream ever. but i don’t want to go into details.

  3. tessa says:

    I just woke up from what i guess was my first lucid dream. Or first that i remember. Im sort of freaking out. In my dream i was having some sort of nightmare that i dont remember. Then it was just me in my bed, but it wasn’t really my bed. I had my cell phone in hand. It went off and woke me up but I wasn’t really awake, it waspart of the dream. It kept vibrating and I couldn’t answer it. It just stayed black but continued to vibrate. Then I started to vibrate and i heard sirens or something. I was vibrating and extremely tired but I couldn’t wake up. My phone was vibrating and ringing and sirens were going off and I was asleep with my eyes closed but sitting up fighting the sleep.I kept rolling side to side and started wondering if I was having a seizure. Something came over me and I finally snapped out of it and here I am. I am freaking out. This wasn’t pleasurable like I’ve read others lucid dreams to be.

  4. luis says:

    how do you safely without killing yourself do you get out of ld and obes to wake up

  5. Tatsu says:

    Luis

    this is gonna sound weird, but I wiggle my big toe to get out of it, or focus on moving a specific limb

  6. Chris says:

    In response to Tessa: The dream you had seems to be quite unholy. My brother and aunt have told me of incidents in dreams/reality where they woke, but couldn’t move or speak. Being completely afraid and having no way to call out, they literally thought the word “Jesus” and felt the handicap lifted. I’m not too well versed in the Bible, and I’m kinda new to Christianity, but whatever you’re doing to warrant attacks like this from…WHATEVER is out there, it’s either really good or really bad. And stay away from “OBE”. Nothing good can come from it. I guess my suggestion would be to keep a dream and journal and get them interpreted, or look up interpretations yourself. And pray that it never happens again.

  7. Michael says:

    I just had that same feeling after i realized that I was dreaming, but strange and scary pictures popped in my dream after that. I had no control and wanted to wake up.

  8. liz says:

    RE: tessa
    THE SAME THING HAPPENED TO ME. I’V BEEN TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT HAPPEND. NOT MUCH LUCK TILL I SAW UR POST. THERE WEAS NO NOISE OR vibrating FOR ME THE FIRST TIME. BUT IT’S GETING WORST. MY HEAD HURT AND FELT LIKE IT POPPED WHEN I WOKE UP FROM MY LUCID DREAM THIS LAST TIME.I ALSO HAD NOISE AND VIBRATING AND SAW A WIRD LIGHT WHEN WAKE UP FROM MY DREAM. I’M WORRYED. I’M AM NOT TRYING TO DREAM LUCID I DONT LIKE IT. MOSTLY CUSE I FEEL MY DREAMS SHIFT FROM ONE TO THE NEXT. ANY ONE KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING,IS IT DANGEROU? HOW I CAN STOP IT FROM HAPPENING?

  9. sleep expert says:

    This is not lucid dreaming you describe. It is a thing called Sleep Paralysis. Nothing bad is happening to you. You are only waking up before your muscles un-paralyze themselves. When you sleep you become paralyzed so you don’t live out your dreams. Sleep paralysis can be scary until you know what it is. Once you know, it can be rather funny! Don’t be afraid of it. The reason for the scary images it because you’re mind is half in dream state and half awake so when fear triggers your mind, it automatically will display scary hallucinations. Really, have no fear.

  10. sleep expert says:

    I rushed through that-let me fix my grammar
    This is not lucid dreaming you describe. It is a thing called Sleep Paralysis. Nothing bad is happening to you. You are only waking up before your muscles un-paralyze themselves. When you sleep your muscles become paralyzed so you don’t live out your dreams. Sleep paralysis can be scary until you know what it is. Once you know, it can be rather funny! Don’t be afraid of it. The reason for the scary images it because your mind is half in dream state and half awake so when fear triggers your mind, it automatically will display scary hallucinations. Really, have no fear.

  11. Anonymous says:

    My vibrational stage feels like my ‘spirit’ is being shaken very intensely. Then I slip into an OBE…..has anyone seen a gold hand beckoning them from a black space?, it felt like the hand was about to pull my astral body from my physical body. I think fear that I had stopped the full OBE onset from occurring.

  12. Felicia says:

    I knew I could not be the only one. I was describing what was happening to me and everyone thought I was crazy! It really does have your head vibrating and it does feel like my soul is trying to get sucked out of your body and there is a vvvvvvvvvv sucking sound. It started a few years ago and at first it was annoying. Be than I started to worry. I do be in this black space. I thought it was the devil so I began to say Jesus in sleep mode know this is going on then the shakes became more rapid like I was going to burst! I just know this can’t be good!

  13. liz says:

    In my dreams i was so awake and aware. It is so much different than just rembering a dream. I would feel my soul being whisk away unexpected and quickly. suck into a dark space for a sec. whith a shifing feeling. I blive my mind was just in a awake sate from dream to dream. I could tell you detial of each one up 3 befor i ended up waking my selfe up. wakeing was hared to i could at any time but i would get that vibrating felling, very scary. it was so bad one time it hurt my head as i poped wake i would be saking for a hour after. i dont know what it was all about but i have got it to stop. i stoped all caffeine and green tea pills. it has stop since. i’m so happy to not even remember a dream.

  14. Kate says:

    Yes it can be scary, but I’ve had this for years on and off and it hasn’t seemed to do any harm. It will be to do with the physiological things that happen in the body and brain as we sleep. I remember reading once that the paralysis is completely normal, it is a physical safety mechanism. It’s only if you happen to be conscious as it occurs that you notice it at all. That, and the buzzing (actually feels like my head is being shaved sometimes!) is quite safe, in my view.

  15. Anonymous says:

    It a relief to know I was not the only one feeling these sensations. I too was telling family about how I felt the paralyzed state with a rushing sound overtaking..only to feel as though my soul was leaving or something was entering me. I was laughed at, no one believing me.I dealt with that sensation for years petrified of it and would fight it off every-time, sometimes several times a night when it came. I was always fearing it was some scary entity bothering me. One day I decided to just let go….i hated the fear of it and decided to let the sensations take over and face what would come of it. The feeling that followed was a very pleasant calm feeling and all my senses were heightened. And that was when i could dream anything I wanted, having full control. I just never know that it had a name, Lucid Dreaming.

  16. jay gee says:

    I had a series of lucid dreams last night, and to be honest was bloody scared. I was extremely tired, having been up for about 20 hours, and had that feeling of being too tired to sleep. As I started to fall asleep, I heard my mothers voice say my name from my left, as if she were speaking directly into my ear. I woke and replied – no one was there. I closed my eyes and tried sleeping again, and a young girls voice said my name. The saying of my name was real. I’ve been reading about schizophrenia lately, and am a little concerned that these aural hallucinations are a sign of that. After the little girls voice, my heart rate was very high and I was uncomfortable as I tried to get to sleep. I was lying face down with my face into the pillow, eyes closed, trying to sleep, and yet I could see my pillow and edge of the bed while fully awake, as if my eyelids were translucent. I started to see images, at first sparkles of light as normal when you have your eyes closed, and then they started to form shapes, then faces – then the faces turned very scary looking and looked at me directly. Then the sound of my ceiling fan turned very loud, and i perceived a black wall in front of me, knowing that if I pushed through that wall, my mind would separate from my body and I would be in a dreamworld/state of eternal conciousness/lucid dreaming/whatever. The roaring sound grew, became deafening, and I made the conscious choice to push through the barrier, and kind of willed myself to “move” through it, and all was still, with myself looking into a mirror at myself. I moved away from the mirror, but my reflection didnt move – it stayed in the mirror, looking at me, and at that point I knew that I was separate and I cried out, and woke. My heart was beating very fast. I tried getting to sleep again, and couldnt feel my arms or legs, and the fan noise started again. I thought “well, if im going to go crazy, so be it” and pushed through the wall of blackness again, and found myself in a hallway as if in a huge castle. I knew that I was in a dream. I could do anything I thought of. I thought to hear from all the people who had been wronged in life, and voices stated their names and what had happened to them from the left and right, like walking through a crowd of people shouting at you. I thought of where people were held in prisons, and my worldview moved like a map, as if I was hovering over all of these different locations all at once. I woke again, and felt my body. I knew I was “back”, but couldnt move. I tried to fall asleep again, and the fan rushing noise began all over, and I again pushed through the black wall into the dream. I tried doing a reality check and imagined a wristwatch with digital numbers on it, thinking that if i couldnt understand them, that i was in a dream. the funny thing is, that i could understand numbers and letters, yet i could be anywhere, do anything. I imagined a womans body, and one came together out of particles in front of me. I freaked out, and woke up. This happened over and over ten or eleven times. I tried flying, and flew. It was too much to process, and everytime I lost concentration on whatever it was I was doing, I would find myself back in bed, paralysed, with the rushing sound, and a deep fear that I was in the middle of going insane, and how that would affect my family, because they wouldnt understand that i wasnt insane, just disconnected and perceiving the world differently. I finally woke up properly and went outside to get some water and visit the bathroom. I went to bed and slept normally, waking up a couple of hours ago and deciding to do a search on rushing sounds, which is how I found this site. Oh, there was music there as well – songs that I have never heard, but well written, well performed songs (I work as a DJ, so have heard most of whats out there, and know a good song when I hear one). I can only describe the experience as accessing the mainframe of humanity, where I could do anything, ask anything, know anything, so long as I concentrated. The only similar experience I have had (though without control) was when I tried DMT. it was that profound. Looks like I was right all these years about sleep not being a waste of time after all :)

  17. Shawn Wilson says:

    I’ve had similar experience. It happens to me randomly. Most of the time I just become aware that I am dreaming but sometimes I get the uncomfortable feeling of noise and being shifted around. Last night was the worst it has ever been. Kinda prompted me to look into this a little more. I don’t think it is a good thing. The feeling is very uncomfortable for me….

  18. Justin N says:

    I had a very similar experience last night, and was surprised that this thing isn’t that abnormal. I was asleep, but completely aware of my surroundings. My mind was vibrating at a low frequency at first, but then I was able to control it. I was able to turn up the intensity of the vibration at will. I focused it to see how intense I could make it. It was so intense I was trying to knock a picture off my wall with it. It felt like telekinesis or something. I was not awake, but maintained complete control over this sensation, producing low to intense vibration throughout the night. At the pinnacle of my experience I had such control over it that expected to wake up to something like earthquake aftermath. But I never panicked, or completely woke up because of it. Again I had complete control of it, I could adjust it to what ever intensity I desired. I just don’t see how I could control a function of my brain as I slept. That’s how my story differs from the rest that I’ve read. Any theories on this? Is it even possible? And what the hell was I controlling?

  19. Justin N says:

    Oh and it was only the frontal lobe area of my head that was vibrating, my body was completely unaffected.

  20. Ben N says:

    I had a dream this morning about 2 woman, ghostly-like. and i was in bed, and all of a sudden i started to vibrate uncontrollably followed by a loud noise of some sort. The room was dark, I had no control and i couldnt wake up. And just no matter how much i shouted and screamed nothing would come out. I couldnt move. then all of a sudden someone came through the door(In my dream) to see if i was ok. When i was relaxed and they calmed me i woke up. This is such a unique dream to me, never had one like it…

  21. Lisa Lisa says:

    It Buzzes. I fly. I know it- and then I crash into my reality of wakefulness. I read. I study. The passed ones visit me in my home or their environment of choice. They talk to me I chat with them. Sometimes they are sweaty and sometimes they are younger and beautiful and sometimes they are anxious and still have their purse (if you will) on their shoulder as if to still be rushing about in the real world. There is music and parties and sometimes they seem irritated by my presence or questioning. They leave me in a state. I am not fearful; I am in wonder of this world that is outside of me.

  22. Micho says:

    A couple of hours ago I had sleep paralysis and I was very scared I felt like demons or something bad was out to get me but I prayed to Jesus and suddenly I felt I had wings in my back and i had some kind of protective barrier around me the evil spirits or wherever it was couldn’t touch me it was so real I have had sleep paralysis and obe for over 5 years and I still get scared every time it happens in rare cases It feels so good and I feel so free as if a heavy weight have been lifted of my back but most of the time I panic and try to wake up with my head shaking like trying to leave my body but I can’t . To be honest this thing has messed up my life I’m scared to go to sleep and I’m always tired .

  23. Sam says:

    I’ve had a total of 3 or 4 lucid dreams in my mid twenties. I’m now 30. It was during a time I was drinking a lot and doing coke.

    My first Lucid Dream: I woke up in my dream. I t was very loud. Lots of vibration and the speed of movement is a bit slow. I woke up in my dream, standing in a public restroom. I looked at both my hands at amazed. Then as I looked up, I saw myself looking in the mirror. Then Myself in my dream, turned and looked at me. It was as if, My other self, was thinking, “what the fuck are you doing here” and then I woke up.

    My heart began to pump really hard, raging anxiety attack. Thought I was going to die.

    Lucid dreaming is due to unbalances in the brain. It’s not a good sign if you’re having lucid dreams.

  24. George says:

    For all of you who fear:
    It helps me to remember what Dalai Lama says. “There is nothing to fear in this universe, except people’s ignorance.” (mustnt be accurate) Really, fear is delusion, it slows you down.

  25. cody says:

    RE:Liz
    I think we had the same thing
    Just last night I had intense dreams,some sketchy,some mysterious,anyway I had times in the dreams where it seemed like everything was black and I was squinting my eyes shut as hard as possible,everything seemed to be getting even more vivid as this was happening,butttt on the flip side my head hurt sooooo bad at this time,I was lucid during this whole time,but just different levels of lucidity.the head hurting and loud sound bothered me,I enjoyed the whole experience despite the head hurting though,if I may ask…does this have anything to do with meditation and/or the fact that consume yerba matè (a great tea like drink)?
    I just started meditating every morning this week(deep meditation) ex.)chakra cleansing

    Anyways that’s my experience and question.

  26. Crow says:

    Recently, two times I have had what your calling Lucid Dream vibrations. They were so intense my whole body was vibrating, and I could neither talk, move, nor breath. I was totally unable to pull myself out for quite awhile. It has never gone further than the vibrations though, but that may be because I freaked out too soon, or wasn’t concentrating enough on the vibrations. The first time it happened I was pretty frazzled. The vibrations happened throughout my whole body, and I couldn’t move. I was hearing what I assumed was static,and I could hear someone trying to talk to me.I couldn’t hear passed the noise, got scared and tried my hardest to pull myself out. This last time I was almost excited when it happened again. I had a loved one pass away almost exactly a year ago, and after the first experience, I was thinking that it was him, trying to pull me in to some unknown dimension to try to show me something important. In my last vibrational dream, when it began, I started trying to talk to him in my head, and told him to show me what he needed to, but I didn’t focus enough and the vibration went away. Then later in that same dream my dream I was walking up the stairs in a house and came to a door, and the vibration started again. From that point I focused on the latched door, and tried to open it by just looking at it. It opened and closed back and forth in the directs I wanted it to, while I was saying “look at what he’s letting my do!” (other people were there). Then the vibrations stopped again, and I went on to have a somewhat normal nightmare, as if I had let in some sort of negative spirits or beings into the house when I was opening the door. Needless to say, it was very strange. And when I woke up I was hearing footsteps in the house, while I was the only one at home.
    I am just wondering if anyone thinks it is possible that my loved one is trying to tell me something, or if I am just slipping into that state on my own subconscious accord. Thanks

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