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- 06 May 2016 00:00
- Forum: Lucid Dreaming Techniques
- Topic: Wake and back to bed
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1873
Hi Ian. The length of time you need to stay awake when you're doing a wake back to bed varies from person to person. You just need to experiment with different lengths to find what works best for you. It could be 1min or 30mins. Have a tinker and see how you get on. [ Post made via Android ] https:/...
- 02 Oct 2014 10:13
- Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
- Topic: Oneirics: a new EILD project on kickstarter
- Replies: 3
- Views: 2257
Yeah this looks very interesting. I'm tempted to back it as well since I have no idea when the ND2 will finally be released. Backing was $30k of the $100k target when I last checked, perhaps the Remee has put people off these kinds of devices? In any case I too hope it gets to the $100k target! [ Po...
I heard about this technique a few months ago and only decided to give it a try over the last four nights. I've had some good success so far managing to get multiple lucids three out of the four nights. I've never experienced sleep paralysis before so can't comment on that sorry. [ Post made via And...
If it's a recurring theme in your dreams sure why not use it as a dream sign. But how often would you expect to see that in real life to train yourself to perform a reality check or question your reality when ever you come across it? Just throwing that out there as something to think about. [ Post m...
- 20 Feb 2014 22:44
- Forum: General Lucid Discussion
- Topic: Just wondering about some lucid dreamer statistics?...
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3425
Learned lucid dreamer. Started working on it Oct-13. I usually LD every third night and average around 22-24 LD's per month. As I'm still learning I've used a few different techniques [ Post made via Android ] https://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/forum/images/mobile/Android.png