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      Help with WILD

      My biggest problem with this technique is that after I reach the hypnagogic state and sometimes I can basicaly see my dream scene with my eyes closed I can't make the transition because I can still feel my real body like I am fully awake. I sometimes reach the point in which I can clearly see the dream scene and even navigate through it like a ghost but I can't touch or feel anything from it because I can still feel my real body. I had several succeses with this method, but this is a problem that I still struggle with. Can somebody please help me? I fell that I am so close.

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      I know a few things about WILD.

      You're looking exceptionally well, all you need to do is add a realization to it.
      Basically, become MORE aware

      What you're seeing was actually either, a start of a dream scene, or a hallucination, just simply ignore them, stay still, and go deeper and deeper, DO NOT STOP
      Basically, you shouldn't be thinking "Okay I'm seeing something, this is a dream now", no. Become more and more aware, until you reach a point where you are so aware and the dream has formed to enough stability that you FEEL IT

      Feeling, feeling, feeling > logic.
      Hell, it's lucid dreaming after all, don't rely on thought, rely on the feelings and what you get just by sensing things and you're good to go.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Skipper1100 View Post
      I know a few things about WILD.

      You're looking exceptionally well, all you need to do is add a realization to it.
      Basically, become MORE aware

      What you're seeing was actually either, a start of a dream scene, or a hallucination, just simply ignore them, stay still, and go deeper and deeper, DO NOT STOP
      Basically, you shouldn't be thinking "Okay I'm seeing something, this is a dream now", no. Become more and more aware, until you reach a point where you are so aware and the dream has formed to enough stability that you FEEL IT

      Feeling, feeling, feeling > logic.
      Hell, it's lucid dreaming after all, don't rely on thought, rely on the feelings and what you get just by sensing things and you're good to go.
      Can you please explain in more detail how to be more aware and how I can feel the dream scene?
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      What I would suggest, is that we could be in a dream much earlier than we realize.

      I got into many lucids just by looking at the images or videos of my HH, picking a spot in them, then intensely "wishing" myself in there. Actually, replace "wishing" by "knowing" yourself in there. I did that by thinking "I am there". That transported me inside the dream. It's worth a try. Good luck.

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