MILD for beginers

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flashlee
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MILD for beginers

Postby flashlee » 24 Apr 2015 10:20

Hello to everyone.
Im beginner at lucid dreaming. I started reality checking and training of recalling dreams month ago.
For all this time I had only one lucid dream. Im bad at recalling dreams and its hard for me to remember my dreams.
Few days ago I decided to try MILD method. But still no results. And I cant catch that moment for visualization when Im starting to fall asleep...
Maybe its too early for me to use MILD method?? Or I can continue to train this method?
Thank you for answers. And sorry for my terrible english.

Leond
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Re: MILD for beginers

Postby Leond » 25 Apr 2015 18:49

If you have only started a month ago and have already had a lucid dream that is pretty good in my mind. I would keep at it and make the Mnemonics a habit in your everyday life and you might start to notice you are having more lucid dreams. It takes about 21 days to form a habit so keep it up and it will just become second nature to do your reality checks and Mnemonics.

Have you started keeping a dream journal yet?
That is really important especially if you find that you have problems remembering your dreams.

flashlee
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Re: MILD for beginers

Postby flashlee » 25 Apr 2015 20:03

Leond wrote:Have you started keeping a dream journal yet?


I started keeping dream journal at first day, when i heard about lucid dreaming. So month ago too.
Also I tried a meditation week ago. And keep training till now. Not everyday, but if I have 10-20 free minutes I go to meditate.
Yesterday before sleeping I said to myself "I`ll remember all dreams". Then I started MILD method. In morning I just opened eyes and realized that there is no any dream in my memory =( And I can`t understand what the problem.
Thank you for your reply. =)

Leond
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Re: MILD for beginers

Postby Leond » 25 Apr 2015 20:17

One of my biggest problems is remembering my dreams as well. You might want to look into binaural beats if you haven't already. I have been experimenting with them recently and have been able to get some interesting results where I have had what is similar to a lucid dream while still being partly awake. I would also keep meditating as a lot of the people I have talked to about lucid dreaming have found that meditating has helped them.

JassieKaren
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Re: MILD for beginers

Postby JassieKaren » 29 Apr 2015 12:41

When I first tried lucid dreaming I too thought all hope was gone when I still didn't have a lucid after a few months of using the MILD technique, keeping a record in my dream journal and even meditating a little, I was losing determination. However I didn't give up, although, I admit, i did slack off a bit in the dream journal part :roll: I continued with my reality checks, and recently I tried writing numbers on my fingertips to remind me to do reality checks and although it does sound a little silly, It totally worked for me, I had my first lucid dream (or at least thats what I recall) just yesterday. ;) So don't give up because your dream will come anytime soon.
Dare to Explore. Even in your wildest dreams.

pyralis21
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Re: MILD for beginers

Postby pyralis21 » 11 May 2015 15:39

i tryed mild and far as i got was body was hot then its went numb and cold heart rate went down and was seeing lights tho the blinds even tho my eye where shut i cant seem to get past that last stage mabey my mind dosent like to shut off not sure any advice would really help thank you.

ps: my dream recall very good i can remember my dreams in full detail and i also keep a dream jurnal and do reailty checks


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