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      What Induction technique?

      So, I've tried to have DILD's CANWILD's MILD's and all I can do is this what's it considered? I know it's a form of WILD but what is it exactly?

      I wake up after 10 hours of sleep... I've set my alarm or custom alarm for 6 hours before but I NEVER get any results. So I just wake up whenever I normally wake up or feel rested, go to the bathroom get a drink clear my throat and whatever.
      I go back to sleep laying on my back and don't think or tell myself anything. I can literally feel my body run through all of the sleep stages it feels like I move between 3 different stages, and this all happens within 30 seconds.
      I hardly ever feel SP hit me, I never hallucinate or hear noises. I do get the pressing on the chest feeling sometimes and when it happens I take one last deep full breathe and let it continue.
      At this point I use double reverse blinking, or in other words I trick myself into thinking my eyes are open when they are really closed by twitching the muscles in my eyes. And I tell myself that I am about to go into a dream, and that once I see ANYTHING I'm dreaming. I then visualize my room in front of me and it always appears, then from there I just have this feeling that I'm in a dream and it's so obvious. it's like a warm sensation all throughout your body, finally I always do one nose plug to confirm it which has never failed me.

      I know it's probably a combination of like 10 things but what is this, in general, considered? It's weird because it's always the same every time and I don't plan it the night before. What's also weird is it could be anywhere from 10-12 hours of prior sleep....?

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      Sounds like a WILD to me and no, most people WILD with lots of sleep already under their belt

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      Definitely sounds like a WILD, but you make it sound very easy. I'm jealous.

      Maybe it's because you're getting 10 hours of sleep... again, I'm jealous
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      Hm.. interesting stuff... I might try some reverse blinking. It's just opening and shutting your eyes really fast isn't it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Origami View Post
      Hm.. interesting stuff... I might try some reverse blinking. It's just opening and shutting your eyes really fast isn't it?
      nope.
      its when you keep your eyes shut, for the amount of time you normally have them open in between blinks when you are awake, then you open them very quickly, like a normal blink when you would be shutting your eyes.
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      Ya I'm talking about twitching eye muscles, not the relaxation technique reverse blinking. I do this to make myself think my eyes are open, when they are really closed. It makes my brain work harder to visualize something I think.

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      Oh, yeah, thats what I meant. I didn't realize what I said. I didn't mean just fluttering your eyes really fast for ages.

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