3 SP All in One Morning

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Derpybunneh
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3 SP All in One Morning

Postby Derpybunneh » 17 Nov 2014 23:37

I had 3 SPs all in the same morning. It wasn't that frightening. I didn't get any hallucinations (lucky me :lol: ), all of my body (except for my hands, which I used to break the paralysis) was paralyzed. I also had my first WILD. It was so easy! I accidentally get into SP, thought of something, and I popped into it! It only lasted a couple of seconds.
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Re: 3 SP All in One Morning

Postby R99 » 20 Nov 2014 08:14

U r a lucky guy , i have to lay still for 1.45 hours to just kick in SP state. make sure u practice it regularly. gud luck dreamer.
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Re: 3 SP All in One Morning

Postby Derpybunneh » 20 Nov 2014 21:43

R99 wrote:U r a lucky guy , i have to lay still for 1.45 hours to just kick in SP state. make sure u practice it regularly. gud luck dreamer.


Ouch. That's rough. It's easy for me to get into SP if I am on the verge of sleep and wakefulness.
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Re: 3 SP All in One Morning

Postby R99 » 24 Nov 2014 14:45

Yeah, and thats what ur plus point is. make sure practice everyday if u can.i am trying it everyday but not getting anywer. but am not going to quit though.
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