DILD or WBTB?

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Dizzy2345
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DILD or WBTB?

Postby Dizzy2345 » 02 Feb 2014 19:28

Which is easier/works better/gives more vivid dreams? I normally fall asleep around 10-10:30. Sometimes 11. Also, for WBTB, what time should I set my alarm? It turns off it self so I don't have to move. Please help!

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Re: DILD or WBTB?

Postby Dizzy2345 » 02 Feb 2014 19:36

Sorry not DILD! I meant DEILD! so DEILD or WBTB.

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Re: DILD or WBTB?

Postby JonSnowLD » 11 Feb 2014 21:51

WBTB has definitely gives me more vivid dreams-if you do it set your alarm to go off after 4-6 hours of sleep so I guess 4ish for you maybe?

Not sure if I've had a DEILD or not-I've had LDs before when I've been having a lie in where I've woken up and then drifted back into sleep lucid-not sure if that counts... ;)

hope this helps!
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Re: DILD or WBTB?

Postby Summerlander » 12 Feb 2014 03:04

Sleep for about six hours before getting up. Then return to bed after about half hour in order to induce a lucid dream. This is an ideal version of WBTB.

For DEILD, look into the already existent thread for the best advice. Check all my posts! Hehehe! Me, me, me! :-D

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GalMutzafy
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Re: DILD or WBTB?

Postby GalMutzafy » 27 Feb 2014 16:43

I don't know about DIELD, but I find the WBTB method really good and helping.
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Re: DILD or WBTB?

Postby Jack Reacher » 17 Mar 2014 06:09

Gunna try a proper WBTB tonight for the first time. Most of the time I get up, go to the bathroom, then go yup that should do it and go to bed. Guess il read a book this time and do at least 30 minutes.
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