Why my WILD attempts always fail?

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Sergiusz33
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Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Sergiusz33 » 11 Aug 2013 18:09

Hello
By the way sorry for my bad English
Can you guys help me?
I am trying to do WILD over a month and non , not even 1 succesful attempt.

I have tried many Tutorials:

From Giz Edwards on Youtube
From this website
a Guide from Dreamviews.com
and a lot of others on the web.

So this an example if i WILD when I GO to bed:

I go to my bed
I lay comfortable
I count to 100 - 250 to clear my mind
I end when i feel my body is all static and strange,
I focus on my breathing
breath in "1" / breath out "Im Dreaming" and so forth
So then after a while i feel in 1 second i feel that my body is 100 times more static and strange.
I see a very little bit ( almost nothing ) HI (Hypnagogic Imagery).
I focus on that and then I try to get in it or somehow get in the dream state.

The end for my I always there I am ready to go in the dream state but i can't.
(I am sure that I am not to much awake because if I do it after a few hours of sleeping (4-6)
(I always wake up 2 or 3 times in the night after dreams without a alarm clock.)
( And i always after this can move , i don't know how because as far as I know this is SP )
So here i end.

Can you members help me with how to get in the dream from this state?

thanks

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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Jacob46719 » 12 Aug 2013 23:26

I'm not sure you are quite close enough to entering the dream to enter it.

However, if you hear really loud noises inside your head, or the ringing in your ears suddenly amplifies, then keep your heart rate down and don't get excited(I am currently trying to do this). I've heard that after the noises suddenly stop(and I mean getting past the noises, not reaching them and then going backwards) is the time to enter the dream or an OBE.

You are simply exiting too early.

It's basically this:

1. You begin to relax, no HI, no strange feeling
2. Eventually, you may see green and blue fog; I'm unsure if this is HI, as I've seen it in waking life.
3. Your fingers or hands may start to feel as if they are fluctuating--slightly changing positions or feel juicy or not solid.
4. SP may begin, but it is not required. It is a good sign, though.
5. Picture something simple such as stars in front of a black void, and stick with it even when you see it.
6. You may hear very loud and distracting noises. Get past them and you are in the optimal state to exit.
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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Sergiusz33 » 13 Aug 2013 20:17

And how do I exit?

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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Jacob46719 » 13 Aug 2013 20:29

Sergiusz33 wrote:And how do I exit?


I'm not exactly sure, maybe if you visualize for long enough, you don't need to exit at all.
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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Sergiusz33 » 13 Aug 2013 20:33

I meant if you could tell me some exit techniques what work for most people , like 3,4?

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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby Jacob46719 » 13 Aug 2013 20:50

Sergiusz33 wrote:I meant if you could tell me some exit techniques what work for most people , like 3,4?

Hmmm
https://www.youtube.com/user/LucidDreamTricks/videos
It's somewhere in there.
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Re: Why my WILD attempts always fail?

Postby taniaaust1 » 15 Sep 2013 14:07

I focus on that and then I try to get in it or somehow get in the dream state.



Its possible that you are trying too hard. Maybe just try to observe rather then trying to get into it. Observe while allowing your mind to also drift into a sleep state.


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