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Hello. I had my first LD during a sleep during the day. However, when i noticed it was a LD I got stressed and very exited, but then i got "sucked" out of the dream and woke up. I went straight back to sleep and got into a new LD. thsi time I was able to be in there for a bit longer, but the same thing happened again. I have never been able to ebnter a LD before? any tips? how can I avoid being sucked out of the dream?
Simon Welcome to the forum. What you're experiencing can happen to any lucid dreamer. DILDs are not as stable as WILDs and when one becomes lucid in them there's always a chance one will wake up. In my own experience when I have a spontaneous DILD I tend to remain lucid and dreaming if I like the dream and wake up if I don't. My last example of waking up happened when I was at my doctor's office and asked "I don't remember anything happening to get me here". I became lucid and woke up immediately and was very glad not to be dreaming .
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You will start by laying in bed almost completely asleep and simply lay there for as long as you need until sleep paralysis settles in. Next, wait with the sleep paralysis and eventually you will see paterns of light called hypnogogia. Observe these, do NOT interact. Start visualizing a dream scape with as much clarity as you can and continue knowing that this is not reality. Eventually, you will either wale up from the WILD or your mind will "pop" right into a lucid dream.
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