it's simple, wake up 4 hours after you are asleep (put an alarm on)
then, get active for 3 minutes (read some lucid dreaming books maybe)
then, go back to sleep
that's the WBTB technique, simple isn't it?
oh and, when you're about to sleep, watch this video http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/videos/lucid-dreaming-subliminal-video.html
in the second night (2nd try) after i watched this video, i got a lucid dream
maybe the video works
Taken from the world of lucid dreaming website
The Wake Back To Bed Method
STEP ONE - Go to bed as normal and allow yourself to sleep for six hours. Set your alarm clock or have another early riser wake you up.
STEP TWO - After six hours, get out of bed and fully wake yourself up. Find something to occupy your brain to make you alert. Read about lucid dreaming if you want to stay focused on the subject. Stay alert for 20-60 minutes. (Hint: you must get out of bed!)
STEP THREE - Go back to bed and relax. If your mind is too alert, practice meditation, listen to brainwave entrainment and/or perform Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams. Use your visualization skills to place your mind back in the dreamscape and plan your next lucid dream as you fall asleep.
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Basically what I did is after 5 hours I sleep I woke up (Alarm) and then I took a shower and did a 15 minute meditation. After that I went back to bed and did the WILD technique.
Although each person has a different way to fall into lucid dreaming, so you gotta try every technique until you find the one that gives you the most lucid dreaming.
And the key for lucid dreaming is to be patience
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Instead of striving for a Lucid Dream itself, strive for the experience.
The concept of a Lucid Dream is and empty one. You're basically asking
for something that you've never done, you've never experienced.
So place that with "Tonight I will experience a Lucid Dream." Or anything like that.
Hope I helped
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