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Postby luciddreamer49 » 20 Jul 2013 16:35

Yesterday I was positivw I was gonna have a ld las night,sadly, I didn't. I've been reality checking,havung good dream recall, etc. But I think I should be trying touse an actual technique at night, which works best for you guys?

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Postby lsddream » 30 Jul 2013 22:06

If you're a beginner, I just recommend DILD. Keep practicing!

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Postby Jackson » 31 Jul 2013 01:43


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Postby Jacob46719 » 02 Aug 2013 03:09

Jackson wrote:WBTB

How does one use this without ending up awake for the rest of the entire night?
Don't give up on your dreams! Keep sleeping...

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Postby HAGART » 02 Aug 2013 03:50

Jacob46719 wrote:How does one use this without ending up awake for the rest of the entire night?

I sometimes wake up in the night and feel so wide awake, even more than a groggy morning for some reason. I tell myself, 'I don't care if I will fall asleep, I just want to relax here for a while'. Then guess what? I FALL ASLEEP!

Although they are not WILDs because I do lose consciousness, but I get lucid dreams more often than not whenever this happens.

Don't think about sleeping, but just relaxing and allow your thoughts to take over you. And if you have the slightest foot hold grounded in reality, you will become lucid. (Easier said than done and I still get my own frustrations at times, but that is the key root of every technique. Sleep with awareness.....)
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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