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You fallen for the false claim that you need to experience SP to enter sleep lucidly or that one can trigger SP by just remaining motionless. If we assume that SP is REM Muscle Atonia (which I don't thinking SP a type of dream) it normally happen well into sleep and after the brain and body have been their most inactive. During dreams one's brain is in a theta wave state, to Wild one has to enter that brain wave state. One is closest to theta wave states when just waking up. It's ones brain that one has to put in a theta wave state while retaining consciousness. This is true of any WILD or even HI. PS I think I normally see HI because I normally fall asleep extremely quickly, usually in under 2 minutes and almost always in under 5 minutes.
Note: I could be wrong about WBTBs, as I don't practice that technique, though have done plenty of dream returns immediately upon waking up. I also usually experiece HI when going to sleep whether or not I've decided to WILD or just lose consciousness and sleep.
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