POST TWO: deild2
PREPARATIONS IN ORDER TO BECOME A DEILD'er
Step One: Dream Recall:
-In order to effectively use DEILD in your lucid dreaming endeavors, your dream recall must be average, I recall
around 10 dreams a weeek and DEILD is very effective every time I wake up from a dream. Of course if you don't
recall any dreams ever, DEILD is not for you, unless you wish to make a conscious effort on increasing your dream
recall. If you wish to increase your dream recall, there are tutorials on it in the tutorial section, make sure to
have a look, otherwise, if your recall is normal, continue on...
Step Two: The Dream is over, don't move!
-Once your dream is over, you will be aware what you have just experienced is a dream, usually you change postions,
and/or open your eyes while doing so, but in order to perform a DEILD, you must do none of the above!
Keep your eyes shut and do not move when you awaken from a dream. Of course if you move a part of your body slightly
you may still have a chance to succeed, otherwise, you must wait till you wake up from your next dream!
Step Three: Seems hard, I'll need to teach myself to stay still!
-It is actually not hard at all, with some autosuggestion. This will teach yourself to remember when you wake
up from a dream, and program your subconscious to not move or open your eyes once this happens, there are many
ways of doing this, but my favorite is to download a program called "Brain Bullet", and make a new affirmation file
with everything you want to remind yourself to do upon awakening from a dream. (Mostly not moving and keeping your
eyes shut), and once you can do the two major things, continue on!
Step Four: Okay, I'm staying still with my eyes shut, what now?
-Simply wait! After a few moments you may enter sleep paralysis immediately, which can be something very scary,
but it means you no harm, so ignore it and/or as stated above, adopt a curious attitude toward it.
It usually lasts about a minute or less, and if you concentrate on the blacness in your eyes while they are shut,
you will most likely enter a random scenario, or open your eyes in your dream room. But if you want to end
up in a location of your choosing, try this:
1) During SP, visualize and concentrate on where you want to be after sleep paralysis, and let the scene engulf
you in the form of HI, until you are completely inside of where you visualized.
Step Five: Amazingly easy! But how can this double my lucid rate!?
-Very simple, in a lucid dream, you catch the awkening point MUCH easier than in a normal dream, so you can keep
your eyes closed and stay still while the dream fades out, however if the dream ends with no fading out, it may
require some more practice! But it's simple other than that, you can now have lucid dreams every night you have
normal dreams, and multiply them by however long your REM period is!