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arixiam, lucid dreaming may not be a skill you're born with, but it can be learned. One thing to keep in mind is keeping a positive attitude. Lucid dreaming is based heavily on expectation, from reality checks to induction to controlling the dream world. No matter how long you've been trying, keep b...
I don't entirely understand FILD, but from what I've read, the process seems to be this: 1) Lie down in bed. Wait until you're nearly asleep (aka on the sleep/wake border) 2) Start moving your middle and index fingers up and down like you're playing two notes on the piano. Don't move them more than ...
- 02 Dec 2014 07:45
- Forum: For Beginners
- Topic: Help with Crossing the Sleep/Wake Border
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I am trying to use WILD upon going to bed (no WBTB). It is said that WILD is difficult for beginners and hard to achieve without WBTB, but I am trying nonetheless. I can achieve sleep paralysis very, very easily, but I have a couple of problems. 1. For the hypnagogic visualization, I can visualize w...
- 02 Dec 2014 06:53
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Hello Fellow Sources of Knowledge!
- Replies: 2
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Hello, this is John Doe #73034. I have come to this forum under my favorite generic name to seek answers and contribute my experiences as well. I am new to both this forum and lucid dreaming, and I have not been able to induce lucid dreams. However, I believe that it is a matter of "when",...