P.S I have no problem recalling my dreams and i have a dream journal.
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What exactly are you doing when you try to induce paralysis?
In my experience, meditation helps a lot. You'll start drifting... finding it easier to let go of bodily awareness, and exploring your thoughts, hypnagogia and emerging dreams without attachment to the "real world".
If you're no good at meditating yet, brainwave entrainment urges things along by tuning you into a meditative state through sound. It can be very powerful:
I started out using an Astral Projection MP3 (old school binaural beats; isochronic tones are more popular now) to induce sensations of floating, disassociation and sleep paralysis in 15-20 minutes.
A lot of people complain of your problem, which I think is caused by a misunderstanding of the process. If I were laying bored in bed for 30 minutes every night I'd be very frustrated too. The process of relaxing into SP should actually be quite enjoyable, since your mind is stepping down into meditation mode. Find a way to enjoy it - or move on to the spontaneous DILD techniques which are easier to perform.
(MILD is very effective when you get going, so don't give up on it yet.)
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