-I fall unconscious and completely unaware before I even reach Hypnogogia.
-When I feel sleep paralysis, I just go back to not having it.
-I forget to Stabilize the dream 90% of the time.
-I recently tried to stabilize. I focused on the detail in my dream hand, but I still woke up seconds later.
-Starting to become discouraged.
-I've had a constant want for a certain physical form, which has fueled some of my dreams, but rarely.
-If there was an affordable device to "record" dreams, oh man that would help.
Give yourself a break for a while, then maybe try a MILD technique. I find this easiest as a general rule. When I dont think about lucid dreaming or dont work on the WoLD website, I am less likely to lucid dream. When I set the intention to lucid dream or have a specific and exciting desire in mind, it just happens. MILD is great like that. A good habit is increasing your self awareness: http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/how-to-improve-your-self-awareness.html
The mistake a lot of people make is just pushing too hard and getting annoyed. Lucid dreaming can feel almost effortless and the key to that is enjoying the introspection and going with the flow.
But I've just read a book that virtually guarantees the reader a WILD - but, like cheating at sport, via supplements rather than hard work. It's mentioned at the very bottom of this page:
The reviews on Amazon are very good. I cannot yet vouch for it, although I have got all the supplements he recommends.
Lucid Dream Count: 31+
Normal Dream Count: +∞
Objective: Make 30 Lucid-Dreams this year(2016).
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