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It all depends on your sleep cycle. Some may find that afternoon naps are a great time to WILD, while some nap THEN WILD in the evening. Experiment with naps and see what happens. If you see no imagery after 30+ mins I advise you fall asleep. If the nap technique is not for you you may wish to try w...
- 09 Aug 2017 01:57
- Forum: Dream Science
- Topic: Can lucid dreams be used to cure mental illnesses and heal a damaged psyche?
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There is evidence in various studies that lucid dreaming can cure Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder or 'shell shock' as well as frequent nightmares. I personally believe that lucid dreaming alone can balance brain chemistry in other mental issues, but I am not aware of any research. An interesting topi...
Sleep is divided into different cycles. Unless you have taken a nap in the afternoon (actual sleep) you will not have a dream cycle in the evening. This is why you find it difficult then. Provided you go to sleep around 10:00 - 11:00 p.m. the best time to WILD is around 4:00 a.m or 5 hours after you...
- 09 Aug 2017 01:46
- Forum: General Lucid Discussion
- Topic: Task Of The Month August 2017
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Advanced Task completed! Ask a pencil to draw something: I become lucid in a pleasant cottage as a painting on the wall is changing constantly, starting as an abstract boat and ending up as a bird. A sharp pencil and paper are prepared for me. I ask the the writing instrument to draw for me and it a...