had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

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abhimanyu
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had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Postby abhimanyu » 07 Jul 2012 12:41

i just want to know had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

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Postby satopnek » 07 Jul 2012 12:44

I actually had my first bit of success last night. See my post (WILD feedback and help needed... ) I made this morning.

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Re: had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Postby SnorlaxDreamer » 28 Jul 2012 01:46

Well. Obviously someone has experienced lucid dreams through the WILD technique. Else the technique wouldn't have been made Einstein ;-)
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Re: had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Postby jamjam » 28 Jul 2012 02:57

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Re: had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Postby Ryan » 28 Jul 2012 23:04

abhimanyu wrote:i just want to know had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Yes, many people have, including myself. It's a valid technique.
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Postby torakrubik » 29 Jul 2012 21:39

Yes, it's a fantastic method. A few nights ago i visualized a corridor with a stripe across it during HI, and my friends lined up, then a 3..2..1..go! in red print appeared in the air. Suddenly i could feel my feet on the floor and sounds echoing off the walls as i raced my friends down the corridor :P
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Postby Slip » 30 Jul 2012 21:32

Don't be mean, guys. He was just referring to the people on this site.

Yes, I've actually had the most success using this technique. :3 It takes a little bit to become familiar with all the sensations that indicate the beginning of a lucid dream, but once you do, it's not hard.

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Postby lucidinthe sky » 05 Aug 2012 03:50

I have had success with it, but many failures and nights of half sleep too. It's hard work for me nd also a bit disorienting to go through all of the stages, it's like holding on to a "WILD" ride. I think people who are not experienced with it should prepare themselves.

But when you make it through, it's an amazing experience. You literally "pop" into a dream. I call it "screen change". It goes from fuzzy black-and-white darkness or just sounds/flashing HI images to 3D high definition color in the snap of the fingers. Only once have I managed to mantain awareness completely through. That was even more amazing to go straight into a dream only 30 seconds after closing my eyes. I haven't done it for a while but am planning to get back into again at some point.
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Re: had any one exprienced lucid dream by using wild

Postby Jack Reacher » 06 Aug 2012 06:47

Its my favourite way of doing it, I never bother trying to reality checks or other methods.
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