Sunday, September 5, 2010

Lucid Dreamin pt.2

Last time I posted it was about Lucid Dreaming, specifically about the DILD type. As promised I present to you pt.2 of my two part series on Lucid Dreaming, the WILD technique.
This technique is not recommended for beginners to Lucid Dreaming, due to the fact that it requires actual skill and timing, along with resistance and TONS of practice. These are however, very vivid and long lasting. Ask anyone who's perfected WILDs and they'll tell you that they are extremely worth the effort. Now, how does one execute a WILD? First off, WILD stands for Wake Induced Lucid Dream. This means you wake up (most effectively during REM {Rapid Eye Movement}) and then fall back to sleep. There are many techniques in doing this but one of the most accepted ways is to time your sleep. This means setting a vibration alarm on your cellular phone, placing it in your pocket then falling asleep. This is the best overall technique for the experienced DILD users and the new WILD users. This wakes your brain up just enough so you can think a little bit. During this
phase you need to think ' when I fall asleep I will be conscious'. Sound familiar? It should, because it's the same technique as the DILD, but you get it more frequently. Sounds easy right? It's not. First of all you need to get your brain wave timing PERFECT and your REM PERFECT. Either you will wake up all the way, or you won't wake up at all. That is essentially the technique for WILD. While there are plenty of positive things from a WILD, there are also negative. For one, your brain is more active on creating your dream, your body won't rest. You will wake up extremely tired, and will need to sleep and ready your body for the next day. I would recommend doing this on a Friday or Saturday night, and not setting a secondary alarm. I made this mistake once, and was having one of my most vivid dreams ever, but my alarm interrupted a crucial moment, and I woke up. Instead, go to bed early (around 9:00pm) and time your vibration alarm for entry into the WILD for 6½ hours in. then your body will be moderately rested and you will have plenty of time to dream (even though the average dream lasts only 10 minutes, WILDS (along with some DILDS) can last up to 30 minutes, or what feels like hours) You can accomplish only so much in your life, the rest is for your dreams.

In the future I may do a follow up to these by showing different technologies that can affect lucidity

Happy Dreaming!
-Davce.

46 comments:

  1. This is getting more scary by the minute! :O

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  4. I've had some incidental lucid dreaming thx for the most part to pharmaceutical hallucinogens. But spirit walk anyone?

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  6. I always to the "reality checks" thing, I got lots of lucid dreams that way.

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  7. Tried it before. Shits weird.

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  8. i have never been able to harness my dreams they rule me far to much.

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  9. gonna try this out, always wanted to control these dreams.
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  12. I love lucid dreaming...i recently had a WILD lucid dream and it was amazing!

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  14. I've always tried this however only had it be successful a handful of times. I hear that it can be linked with sleep paralysis which is terribly frightening.

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  15. I wish I could do this. I always end up falling asleep.

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  16. I've always wanted to try this man, thanks for th info

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  18. I usually fail at lucid dreaming most of the times myself...

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  19. Fascinating!

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  20. Good tutorial.. I've been trying to do this right for a while.

    Any tips on the actual inducing part though? I can't seem to get my mind on track when I wake up during sleep.

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  21. I have had a lucid dream once or twice, but it was just too unreal. I felt like I was rly there. I wish I can go back…

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  23. Always wanted to learn how to do this...

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  24. everything about dreams is always fascinating to me.

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  25. i learned about this a while ago, once mastered, its awesome. keep up the good work, the movie inception is amazing

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