Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

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Derpybunneh
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Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

Postby Derpybunneh » 16 Sep 2014 22:32

I've been trying to LD for like 2 or 3 months, and it hasn't happened yet... :( I do lots of RC's during the day, I've (sorta) tried a LD technique... But it isn't coming...
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Re: Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

Postby JDude » 17 Sep 2014 04:57

I find that MILD works best for me. It requires almost no effort at all, and usually works. What it does for me is it cause me to be conscious throughout the dream, and when something off happens, I'll realize I'm dreaming. :)

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Re: Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

Postby GalMutzafy » 17 Sep 2014 21:54

Try the method ''Wake back to bed - WBTB'', It's so efficient and easy, you wake up after six hours, be awake for 20-60 minutes (what ever suits and comfortable for you), in the meantime you read about lucid dreamins, weather it's in your dream journal or here at the forum and then you get back to sleep.

If I'm not wrong, it increases your chances for having a lucid dream by 75-80 percent.

Good luck.
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Re: Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

Postby Derpybunneh » 18 Sep 2014 01:03

GalMutzafy wrote:Try the method ''Wake back to bed - WBTB'', It's so efficient and easy, you wake up after six hours, be awake for 20-60 minutes (what ever suits and comfortable for you), in the meantime you read about lucid dreamins, weather it's in your dream journal or here at the forum and then you get back to sleep.

If I'm not wrong, it increases your chances for having a lucid dream by 75-80 percent.

Good luck.


Thanks. I was thinking of trying it one day. I'll have to try it on a weekend.
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Re: Trying to LD for 2 or 3 Months...

Postby Derpybunneh » 18 Sep 2014 01:05

JDude wrote:I find that MILD works best for me. It requires almost no effort at all, and usually works. What it does for me is it cause me to be conscious throughout the dream, and when something off happens, I'll realize I'm dreaming. :)


I think this would work great for me. I look forward to trying it tonight.
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