Hendrix wrote::cry: Im tired of it................not being able to lucid dream that is. Ive been trying since January 14, 2011 and have nothing to show for it. First time i tried WILD i almost had it, but a hypnagogic sound woke me up. I would set my alarm for 4am everyday, my body eventually got used to it and now i have sleep problems. I shouldnt have practiced everyday anyways and plus ive tried every technique under the sun. Almost 3 years and nothing to show for it. Im taking a very long break from it...........................possibly a year or two. Lucid dreaming is very fascinating to me but i just cant do it now because doing wake back to bed too much fucked over my sleep schedule...............I love the idea of lding but i dont have time for it now. I shouldve stuck with the first technique i tried too, oh well..........See you all in late 2014 or whatever........Sionara!!!!
have you tried SSILD too?
you can go straight to the website where it's described very well: http://cosmiciron.blogspot.co.at/2013/01/senses-initiated-lucid-dream-ssild_16.html
i would recommend you to keep a dream journal, but not focus on any other LD-techniques (as it is stated in the tutorial)
make sure to tell us about your progress! if you are certain that this technique can't help you either, i really may be a good idea to take a break - but at least give it a try.
Hendrix wrote:I think this morning was my first time having sleep paralysis.................Its not bad like a lot of people make it out to be. I woke up at 4am to do some homework went back to sleep @ 8am because i got very tired and put some earplugs in. I dont even think 15 minutes had passed before i started to get hypnagogic sounds and then i heard a humming/buzzing sound, i knew what to expect. I tried to move but i couldnt and knew i was in sp and i just went with it. No scary hi or nothing. next thing you know im in a dream but i didnt remind myself to stay lucid in sp..........Drats After almost 3 years of nothing from practing lucid dreaming and im finally making progress
i'm very happy to hear that! so did you have a lucid dream afterwards or did it just turn into a regular one?
Thanks you guys for giving me hope again!!! You have no idea how happy I am now
I sort of gave up on it, but my motivation is back. I just need some patience.
I've been keeping a dream journal, from blurry and non-memorable dreams to much more vivid dreams, is this a good sign?
I've been trying the WILD technique, but I just end up forgetting that I'm supposed to be mentally awake and just fall to sleep... hehe.
Anyway, is there some tips I can use? It would help me out a lot.
2.) How long is the time in the dreams and in reality? Is it like Inception , is it longer?
And also I want to thank Rebbeca for this site. Thanks guys
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