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      Wow this is a really good Tutorial! I think I am going to try out most of your tips! anyways thanks Naiya .
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      "Dream your dreams with your eyes closed, but live your dreams with your eyes open."

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      Thanks you the tips.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Naiya View Post
      Look for any books about Carl Jung or Jungian psychology and you should find plenty of information about archetypes.
      I got a book collecting Jung's theses on dreams. Honestly one of the best things I've read, a must for anyone seriously interested in some of the deeper mechanics behind LDing.
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      Mindfulness - An Alternative Approach to ADA
      Intent in Lucid Dreaming; Break that Dry-Spell, Escape the Technique Rut

      Always, no sometimes think it's me,
      But you know I know when it's a dream
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      **Thread moved to Induction Techniques**


      Looks like some good info!

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      Wait, I'm confused. All of this is AMAZING information, but can I simply follow the routine and achieve lucidity or is that not one of the methods?

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      The best thing you can do is try it out for yourself.

      There is no guaranteed way to achieve lucidity that works for everyone as a constant. These guides and ideas are the best information we have to help large groups of people.

      It's a lot of information but it is worth reading, all 8 posts at the beginning of this thread.

      The more you read and study this info (and apply it to your own habits and sleep schedule) the likelier you are to achieve a lucid dream.

      You have nothing to lose...everything to gain. Try it and let us know if it works for you.

      Remember, this may take time...days...weeks...everyone is different.

      All of those who have experienced a lucid dream will tell you it's totally worth it.
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      Amazing tutorial
      and congratulations for the award ^^ you totally deserve it!

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      Naiya, i was wondering if you could give me any pointers. I've tried to wild several times and i know this is a weird question to ask but do you move your eyes while you are experiencing HI. I feel as though every time i am getting close to achieving one, my eyes move and pull me out of the scene that is forming.

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      Thank you so much!

      I am a beginning lucid dreamer, and let me say, this has helped me a lot! If it wasn't for you, and the great community on this forum, I would have no clue what I am doing

      Thanks!

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      This is the first guide I've read that really resonated with me thanks Naiya!!

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      Thanks a lot!

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      These tips are amazing, and I finally got my first LD from these tips, thanks so much!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Naiya View Post
      Thanks to all for your comments. I'm glad this was useful!

      Mini: To answer your question, I never ever pay attention to my breathing when I WILD. Like you say, I replace the attention to breathing with attention to the white noise and the HI. When you feel like you're starting to experience the hallucinations, even in the slightest bit, you'll find that it's easy to steer and change them, and actively doing that means you're getting your mind in the state it needs to be in for dream control before the dream ever starts. Also, I find that doing something active like that helps keep the focus off our physical bodies and keeps us from falling unconscious during the WILD.
      i pay attention to my breathing but when get closer to sleep paralysis i start to feel out of breath, then i force my self to breath correctly which almost ruins the attempt.

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      Thanks very much for this awesome guide! It told me a bit more than what I've been being told about lucid dreaming

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      Thank you Naiya it's very very helpful guide

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      Damn. I read all of this without stopping once with reading. I thought I knew alot of lucid dreaming untill I read this. Thank you very much for writing everything! I Hope that the people who are beginners in LD and are looking for a good tutorial, find this. They'll know more than enough!

      Thanks again for sharing your thoughts, knowledge, and experience with us!
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      Thanks for the fantastic tutorial. Its really encouraging to read the things about consistency and giving it time I think thats why i havent had so much success yet, I need to have even more patience with it. (Ive tried learning this on and off for years now). I think I really need to stick too one procedure/techniqe as you so wisely compared it to learning an instrument...

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      Thank you soo much for writing this, it is very refreshing to read for me as a newbie with - I joined dv very recently but after reading some of your tutorial + some others I had 5 LD the other morning - I have worked out they are dilds - I am trying to get a routine of asking the critical question during the day and creating a visualisation that I can use every day. I am so happy to be here

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      Quote Originally Posted by Naiya View Post
      Lucid Dreaming Overview

      This is my LD tutorial.
      How old are you now? 25-26-ish?
      Last edited by Oneiro; 10-27-2016 at 12:13 AM.

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