Successful SSILD

Tell us about your first lucid dream - and your latest. We want all the juicy details. Also share results of dream challenge experiments.
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mia
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby mia » 02 Jun 2013 20:23

That's a good idea. Maybe a 'go to' technique 'article' that won't get lost in the chit chat of our postings.
We should have that for each technique; basic steps that can be found easily and referred to as desired.
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby LCDAnthony » 04 Jun 2013 23:11

Oh man! I'm so excited!
I found about this SSILD. I can't wait to try it!

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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby DeltaV » 05 Jun 2013 15:37

So I tried it again last night. Doing SSILD wakes me up more than I'd like, and I was awake for quite a long time. When I went back to sleep, I once again had a dream about one of my teeth getting loose. After a while of futile attempts of shoving it back into my gums, I pulled it out. It was connected to a fleshy, purple nerve, which for whatever reason was connected to a giant knot of the stuff in the middle. I also got the impression that I was wearing green pyjamas, but this is one of those weird things in which I know stuff without seeing it.
Well, I guess I should prepare for teeth-related dreams if I am going to continue using SSILD. Have you guys had dreams that are somehow different from regular ones with SSILD?
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby mia » 05 Jun 2013 16:03

You and those teeth Delta! :shock: (Next time, maybe use it as a signal to get up and out of bed to continue the lucid dream?)
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby LCDAnthony » 05 Jun 2013 17:21

That's gotta suck.

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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby DeltaV » 06 Jun 2013 15:04

LCDAnthony wrote:That's gotta suck.

Naah. It wasn't painful or anything, and there were no horrible tastes or something. The only problem is...
mia wrote:You and those teeth Delta! :shock: (Next time, maybe use it as a signal to get up and out of bed to continue the lucid dream?)

...fixing the tooth back into my face after becoming lucid. Teeth would be a good dream sign though.
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby alissa » 07 Jun 2013 04:43

I think I'm going to try this, since several have seemed to have success very early. Will you get sleep paralysis from it though?

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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby mia » 07 Jun 2013 05:25

Sleep Paralysis is a definite possibility: but SP is ok; even desired, as it signals that you can now try rolling out of your body into your lucid dream. Sleep Paralysis happens every time you sleep; it's just that with WILD or SSILD you can be AWARE of it happening ( for me it feels like buzzing and vibrating; I think 'YES!' when I feel that).
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby Summerlander » 09 Jun 2013 19:31

Cosmic Iron does not deserve recognition. He's a copyright infringer, a pirate, a plagiariser. The SSILD technique comes from the methodology propounded in Michael Raduga's "The Phase". The idea of cycling is there. Iron even copied the number of techniques in a cycle and for convenience sake decided to refer to them as steps. SSILD is simply one of the ways in which Raduga's algorithm for awakening can be executed. Nothing more.
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Re: Successful SSILD

Postby Guitar48300 » 10 Jun 2013 18:02

I've read the algorithm and have been trying it, I've had my success and failure. But it feels like I'm not fully understanding how to "fall asleep with intention". I tried doing auto suggestion after doing the 4 cycles.
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