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      Question DEILD help

      I have trained myself and used mantras to wake up after without moving anything (usually after a dream)

      I am ready to DEILD, i remain aware and havnt moved, my eyes are closed, i am in SP,
      i concentrate on the imagery trying to form...

      but it just doesnt happen.....
      just blurry colours, always the same ones, black/blue
      no real imagery, nothing to make out ....

      and i've been told DEILD takes less than a minute, however, after usually 5 minutes of the same stuff, i give up and just go normally back to sleep/get up.

      anyone else have this? what can i do?

      what do u guys do when you deild? what do you think of when u wake up? do you just focus on the imagery trying to form ? do you think about lucidity?

      all help appreciated.
      Last edited by dreamer0; 07-02-2011 at 05:19 PM.

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      Deild has been most effective for me when i wake up from a lucid dream, open my eyes, reflect on the experience for a few momments then zonk out. with in seconds im back in the same dream lucid. The idea isn't to walk back into the dream, it is to fall back to sleep as quickly as u can with the last lucid dream experience on your mind. namaste.


      "when you fall unconscious, what your mind expresses is a dream.
      When you are aware, what your mind expresses is creativity. It creates your life.
      When you are in a higher state of consciousness, it not only creates the life of whatever you want, but also on whom ever you want". -LifeBlissFoundation

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      thanks for the reply

      however, i awake after normal dreams, not lucid ones, but i still remain still and not move.

      then i do the DEILD process, while thinking about the dream i just had, but nothing forms and after 5 mins i give up, because it's meant to take under a minute.

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      Your welcome, and your Deild (dream exit induced lucid dream) technique is done immediately after you exit a lucid dream its a technique for lucid dream chaining. If you try to do it after a non lucid dream its outside of what the deild technique is meant for. I would look into the fild technique it may fit your style better then deild. namaste.
      Quote Originally Posted by dreamer0 View Post
      thanks for the reply

      however, i awake after normal dreams, not lucid ones, but i still remain still and not move.

      then i do the DEILD process, while thinking about the dream i just had, but nothing forms and after 5 mins i give up, because it's meant to take under a minute.
      Last edited by dreamcatcher81; 07-02-2011 at 05:57 PM.


      "when you fall unconscious, what your mind expresses is a dream.
      When you are aware, what your mind expresses is creativity. It creates your life.
      When you are in a higher state of consciousness, it not only creates the life of whatever you want, but also on whom ever you want". -LifeBlissFoundation

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      are you sure ? because every DEILD tutorial i have read states that you simply must not move after awaking from a dream, no tutorial has ever said that it must be after a lucid dream.

      Thanks for the FILD suggestion, i will take a look into it.

      going back to DEILD subject, theoretically, why isnt it possible to do after a normal dream? it should be possible...i mean, it's just a faster WILD, brain is still in REM state brainwaves, body is in SP.

      im sure many people have said that they do DEILD after normal non lucid dreams..

      anyways thanks for the replies!

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      Yeah deild is usually a technique to continue or "chain" the lucid dream.
      But it can be used as a induction technique too.
      My succesful deild attempts were often after a WBTB.
      so when I realise that I have woke up and woke up with closed eyes, I just listen for strange sounds or looking for strange images if I see them I amplify them by concentrating more on them and when they are strong enough I just get out of bed becaue then I have fell asleep again and are dreaming.

      I don't do deild now anymore, now I use normal DILDs because my dreams are vivid enough for me to almost become lucid every night. But for you I really recommend the School of out of body experience book, which explains deild in every detail.

      That can be found in this thread:
      http://www.dreamviews.com/f79/how-ha...t-wild-106427/

      Chris.

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