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      Red face Inducing Trance to WILD

      Inducing Trance to WILD. If you want to achieve trance/lower brainwave states easily use the following techniques. These states of consciousness are not only ideal for Lucid Dreaming, they are ideal for things like auto-suggestion and self-hypnosis, developing ESP abilities, meditation, visualization practices, and much more!

      Inducing Trance to WILD - Part 2 Check out part 2 to learn techniques on how to develop vivid visualization and imagery, inducing hypnagogia and natural hallucinations to help the WILD process presented here and more!

      Reverse Blinking

      Get comfy and relaxed. Close your eyes. Now, every 5 seconds or so open them quickly, only long enough to focus on something then close them. It's like blinking in reverse. Your mind doesn't have time to wander but the bizarre thing is you can tumble into trance, and your body relaxes at an incredible rate. Before long, your eyes are heavy and it's almost a struggle to open them. You are completely unaware of how deep you are going until you stop opening them (you stop opening them when you feel you could fall asleep). When you do stop, you feel you are falling into an abyss - it's easy to hold, you are fully alert and it doesn't take forever.

      Edit: Here's my step-by-step procedure...

      1st: As you're lying down in bed in a comfortable position - preferably the supine (on your back) position - bring awareness to your feet and feel them relaxing and letting go of any tensions. Proceed up to your calfs, knees, your thighs and feel both your legs fully relaxed - you might feel them starting to sink or become warmer. Do the same with the rest of your body bringing a relaxing awareness to your hands, your forearms, elbows, biceps and shoulders - then proceed up your neck and your face then finally your head.

      2nd: This is when you do the Reverse Blinking as mentioned above.

      3rd: As you get deeper and deeper with the technique vibrations will start to kick in (at least for me anyways) - when you can no longer feel your physical body you'll feel as if you're falling mentally into an abyss and then HI starts to form

      4th: Watch the HI in a 'zoned out' way as if you're not really paying attention to any of it. Just watch it as it goes by. Do this until you see it becomes more solid and 3D - this is when I focus in on something and sort of....walk into the dream. Sometimes I just jump in and that's pretty much it....

      Tip 1 for Hypnagogic Imagery: One good trick to grab a hold of HI is to cause an object you see to spin using your intention. Making it spin really fast will cause it to become brighter and more solid looking. Doing that will also tend to make you relax into the dream so you can reach out with a dream hand and connect to the imagery which will draw you completely into the dream while you stay lucid.

      Tip 2 for Hypnagogic Imagery: [i]If you are experiencing HI and you want to increase it, try not to use your physical eyes to look at them directly at them, instead look 'beyond' it, try to see past all the HI and doing this will cause an explosion of very vivid HI in which a dream eventually forms.

      Muscle Twitching to Induce Full Sleep Paralysis

      When you're trying to enter paralysis after a while of Reverse Blinking, try gently twitching your arm muscles every 5-15 seconds. Your arms shouldn't actually move when you do this, just send a tiny bit of nerve impulse to make the muscles tense and relax.

      If you watch a dog sleeping, sometimes its legs will start to twitch like it's dreaming that it's running but it's in paralysis which prevents any significant movement.

      The idea here is to fool the body into thinking you're not only dreaming and asleep, but that you're already in paralysis as well. By twitching but not moving your muscles are behaving as if you're already deeply asleep, your body will probably go directly to paralysis faster than normal.

      Note: This is done after a while of Reverse Blinking, when you're feeling heavy and relaxed. You do NOT have to continue Reverse Blinking when you're trying to reach full sleep paralysis and thereafter; just wait for HI and go into a dream.

      How Do I Know I'm In A Trance State?

      Read about brainwave states and their associated signs of being in those specific states - the ideal state we are trying to achieve in WILD is the Theta state. Here are a few links on brainwave states:
      http://www.immrama.org/brainwave/brainwave1.html
      http://www.web-us.com/brainwavesfunction.htm
      http://www.lucidquest.com/resources/learn/..._brainwaves.htm

      You can tell if you're in a trance by how disassociated you are from your physical body - the more, the deeper.

      Google is your friend...

      NLP Anchoring

      I highly recommend once reaching a deep trance state with this technique to anchor it with NLP. This will make your WILD's much faster and easier if you can instantly reach the deep trance state by tapping your fingers or reciting a word or symbol. To learn more how to do this go to this following link:

      http://www.trans4mind.com/personal_develop...y/anchoring.htm

      NLP Anchoring to Induce Further States of Trance

      Here I will provide a technique for those of you who are having trouble reaching deeper states of Trance with Reverse Blinking - it's a classical hypnosis technique called 'fractionation':

      1) Get yourself into a light trance with Reverse Blinking and then apply your anchor, while applying a posthypnotic suggestion to yourself: 'every time I touch my fingers like this (or whatever anchor you
      use) I will quickly reach this state of mind' - Say that to yourself three times in a 'matter of fact' kind of way
      2) Then emerge from the trance state by opening your eyes. Then inhale deeply, and when you exhale, close your eyes and let yourself relax.
      3) Do Reverse Blinking again, and as you feel yourself going into trance, fire your anchor.
      4) Notice how you reach a deeper level of trance this second time, and when you feel you are deeper into Reverse Blinking, say your posthypnotic suggestion again, and re-anchor yourself.
      5) Open your eyes and repeat about six times.

      You will find that as you practice this regularly, and let yourself drop into lower brainwave states and anchor the state, you will be forming a new set of neurological pathways, and the more you do this, the faster and more effective your anchor will be.

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      Huh! That's really interesting. I'll have to try this. Thanks for the tip.

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      You're welcome, let me know how it goes

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      Originally posted by Follower
      I tried your technique, it's great. As quick as in a minute I already felt very relaxed and ready to sleep. I spent more time doing it, and the downside was that then I had to get up and spend the remaining time feeling very very drowsy . So it does work and very well.
      How have you come up with it?
      Hi Follower, I'm glad it's working for you! I came across this by mistake. Just one morning I was WILDing and I opened my eyes to see a spider crawling on my ceiling. I closed my eyes again but had the urge to look back again. I kept doing this every once in a while just to make sure the spider doesn't fall on me or something (I really hate spiders!) and since I was trying to WILD and didn't want to move from my spot I kept doing this and bam the relaxation came over me and I got deeper into WILD! So I figured the reverse blinking had to do something with that and strangely it does...
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      Neat stuff, I'll have to try this one when I go to bed tonight. I'll let you know how it goes.

      One question though, do you see hypnotic imagery, and if you do, could you sort of use an HIT?

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      Originally posted by blackberry829
      Neat stuff, I'll have to try this one when I go to bed tonight. I'll let you know how it goes.

      One question though, do you see hypnotic imagery, and if you do, could you sort of use an HIT?
      Hi blackberry,

      When I use this technique after a while vibrations start to kick in. When I no longer can open my eyes it feels like you're spinning and falling and this is when the imagery starts up as colors and eventually scenery and stuff. Yes you could try HIT at this point.
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      Hmmm, I tried it last night, doing the HIT, it worked. Only thing is, I'm not that great at the HIT. I felt like I was in my dream for a bit, but it stopped working. I'll try this some more.

      Maybe you could write a tutorial?

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      Originally posted by Follower+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Follower)</div>
      Sythix,
      What a nice way to discover a new trick!
      I'm wondering how it works. Maybe when you close your eyes and pretend to go to sleep and then open them all the time, your brain feels 'offended' that you interrupted its preparations for sleep and doubles its trying, and so on .[/b]
      Hi Follower,

      I'm not sure how it works either but that sounds like it might be it. Also as I mentioned above I think your mind doesn't have time to wander off because you're counting 1-5 and opening your eyes...so it relaxes more. And all thanks to that spider... I didn't end up killing it either, lol.

      <!--QuoteBegin-blackberry829

      Hmmm, I tried it last night, doing the HIT, it worked. Only thing is, I'm not that great at the HIT. I felt like I was in my dream for a bit, but it stopped working. I'll try this some more.

      Maybe you could write a tutorial?
      Hi Blackberry,

      When you start to see the dream imagery, imagine yourself kind of like zooming into something when you see the image like 3d. When you're in try to stabalize it by touching something quick - sometimes you might not have a body so then what you do is just glance around at everything and maybe try to inhabit another DC around you or something. Usually I have a body though.

      I don't know about writing a tutorial but I'm about to edit my first post and show you all my step by step procedure...
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      Your new technique seems to be similar in effect to FILD. What may be happening is that the physical act of briefly opening the eyes keeps consciousness alive while going into trance or WILD. It probably isn't necessary to look at anything and it may probably be just as effective in a dark room.

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      Interesting technique!

      So you don't have to do this after waking up during the night?
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      Originally posted by clarkkent
      Interesting technique!

      So you don't have to do this after waking up during the night?
      Hi clarkkent,

      No I don't have to do this after waking up during the night like a regular WILD or WBTB or anything. Though that doesn't mean you don't have to try it that way...you'll probably have better chances of going quickly into a dream that way - the reverse blinking makes the WILD process a lot easier. If you do it at night before going to sleep it might take longer, but practice makes it easier and easier....at least for me anyways!
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      How long are you reverse blinking? I only feal slight more sleepy after a minute

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      Originally posted by Marvo
      How long are you reverse blinking? I only feal slight more sleepy after a minute
      Hi Marvo,

      I really don't know how long I reverse blink for, I haven't timed it - I just do it until I feel like I've said in my first post (falling into abyss, etc etc). Hmm, maybe about 10 to 15 minutes now that I think of it. Results may vary from person to person.
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      Haha okay, thanks. I thought you were just doing it for maybe 2 minutes, but it didn't work out for me

      I'll give it another go this night

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      It didn't work out for me too! Just tried it this night without much success..
      I did end up having a long Smallville dream though, which was great!
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      thanks sythix I&#39;ll try that, so you open your eyes just long enough to focus on one thing? e.g a light or somethng?

      I&#39;ll try this thanks

      EDIT: a good idea to post on my relaxation thread by the way thanks
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      Great technique it worked for me, Thx for posting it i would try to post it in the tutorial section if i were you that is a good technique&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; Good Idea Man.......

      Thx

      Stay Lucid

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      Awsome stuff. I have realised more clear astrial projection, which i have always been quite aware of ofr years but never thought to use it to jump into a dream before i came to this site. I will try this tonight. Do you ever use music while using this tecnique? thanks&#33;
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      Hey guys thanks for trying this out, and bringing this thread back to life for others to see and try lol....

      I&#39;ve used music with this technique, yes. Binaural brainwave beats usually from BrainWave Generator which have given me profound experiences and results. Experiment with music if you&#39;d like and post your experiences&#33;
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      I&#39;m gonna go have a try at this tonight

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      wow, resourcefull&#33;. Sounds like a wonderfull technique. Not only for &#39;&#39;Jetpropelling&#39;&#39; yourself into a Dream while trying to WILD but it may also proove a great tool of Sleep-Induction for an Insomniac like me. I&#39;m defenitely trying this tonight..in a minute aactually. Good to hear positive feedback on this by serveral different people.

      I&#39;ll be trying this in a minute and hopefully it works as it does for more of you ppl here.
      Luminous Spacious Dream Masters That Holographically Communicate
      among other teachers taught me

      not to overestimate the Value of our Concrete Knowledge;"Common sense"/Rationality,
      for doing so would make us Blind for the unimaginable, unparalleled Capacity of and Wisdom contained within our Felt Knowledge;Subconscious Intuition.

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      If we get more good results from people I think I should consider getting this put up in the tutorial section?
      Induce A Trance State & SP Easily - [click here]
      Develop Vivid Imagery & Induce HI - [click here]
      Subliminally Induced Lucid Dreams - [click here]


      Now here is Nowhere

      I woke up this morning and got into bed. Went up to the roof and swam down the chimney to the mall. They had a special on meat so I poured some into a glass and watered the milkman. Then I drew myself home and found the fish had ate the cat the cat had ate the dog and the dog had been eaten by the mailman. Then I got out of bed and went back to sleep.

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      Yep if it works properly you should definitely&#33;

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      this already wrks.. jus sitting down and staring at a word brings me to a relaxed state of mind...
      "Its been proven that god doesnt exsist... Therefore he must exsist."
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      Now this technique, I REALLY wanna try&#33;

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