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      DEILD - Dream Exit Initiated Lucid Dream

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      Dream Exit Initiated Lucid Dream (DEILD) Tutorial
      By: Klace
      Technique by: Klace

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      THE BASICS
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      Before we get right into the technique and how it is performed, you should first learn a little background
      information on the technique, including it's origins, and what it does to help induce a lucid dream. If for
      some reason you are already fond of this, and have read a DEILD topic in the past, please initiate a search
      command on your internet browser and enter "deild2" (ctrl+F) and it will take you to the section where you can read
      in depth step by step instructions on how this technique is performed. You must know, that this technique
      yields the highest chance at having many lucid dreams in one night, weather they be spawned from a lucid
      or a normal dream, it basically doubles your lucid dream frequency for the night, and it is reported to
      have turned many people into a "lucid god" being able to have many lucid's a night, every night. Now, I
      suggest you read the following information about the DEILD technique, it will teach you of it's conception
      and what the technique actually does to give you many lucid dreams
      .



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      FAQ
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      1.How was this technique conceived?
      - This technique is the result of around two-three months of hard research on how to continue ones REM
      period after a dream has ended, it started when I awoke in sleep paralysis, and stayed still, nothing happened
      then, but another experience was concentrating on having a lucid dream after awakening from one, in order
      to achieve one. I mixed them together, and came up with this method of inducing lucid dreams.


      2. Is this technique safe?

      - This technique is incredibly safe! all though it varies from person to person because this enters a lucid
      dream directly from Sleep paralysis, and sleep paralysis can be a scary endeavor for some people! All I can
      suggest is to develop a curious attitude and a "Bring it on" philosophy to sleep paralysis.


      3. How exactly does this bring me a lucid dream?
      - Easy, this technique is performed after the exit of a dream, if you follow the instructions carefully, and
      precisely, your body will continue on with it's REM period, and after every lucid you have, you can continue
      to "chain" your dreams over and over, until your body decides that it's REM period for this time is over. Of
      course it is best done in the morning, because your REM period is longer.




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      This is the information post on DEILD, the next post has detailed instructions on what you need to do to become
      a DEILD'er! Follow them and you'll be on the path to lucidity god in no time at all! Thank you for reading this
      large chunk of information if you did, because now you know almost everything you need to know about the technique
      in order to begin! so without further adieu, I welcome you to the DEILD tutorial.

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      Last edited by Klace; 05-10-2007 at 11:44 PM.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      POST TWO: deild2
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      PREPARATIONS IN ORDER TO BECOME A DEILD'er
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      Step One: Dream Recall:
      -In order to effectively use DEILD in your lucid dreaming endeavors, your dream recall must be average, I recall
      around 10 dreams a weeek and DEILD is very effective every time I wake up from a dream. Of course if you don't
      recall any dreams ever, DEILD is not for you, unless you wish to make a conscious effort on increasing your dream
      recall. If you wish to increase your dream recall, there are tutorials on it in the tutorial section, make sure to
      have a look, otherwise, if your recall is normal, continue on...


      Step Two: The Dream is over, don't move!

      -Once your dream is over, you will be aware what you have just experienced is a dream, usually you change postions,
      and/or open your eyes while doing so, but in order to perform a DEILD, you must do none of the above!
      Keep your eyes shut and do not move when you awaken from a dream. Of course if you move a part of your body slightly
      you may still have a chance to succeed, otherwise, you must wait till you wake up from your next dream!


      Step Three: Seems hard, I'll need to teach myself to stay still!
      -It is actually not hard at all, with some autosuggestion. This will teach yourself to remember when you wake
      up from a dream, and program your subconscious to not move or open your eyes once this happens, there are many
      ways of doing this, but my favorite is to download a program called "Brain Bullet", and make a new affirmation file
      with everything you want to remind yourself to do upon awakening from a dream. (Mostly not moving and keeping your
      eyes shut), and once you can do the two major things, continue on!


      Step Four: Okay, I'm staying still with my eyes shut, what now?
      -Simply wait! After a few moments you may enter sleep paralysis immediately, which can be something very scary,
      but it means you no harm, so ignore it and/or as stated above, adopt a curious attitude toward it.
      It usually lasts about a minute or less, and if you concentrate on the blacness in your eyes while they are shut,
      you will most likely enter a random scenario, or open your eyes in your dream room. But if you want to end
      up in a location of your choosing, try this:
      1) During SP, visualize and concentrate on where you want to be after sleep paralysis, and let the scene engulf
      you in the form of HI, until you are completely inside of where you visualized.


      Step Five: Amazingly easy! But how can this double my lucid rate!?
      -Very simple, in a lucid dream, you catch the awkening point MUCH easier than in a normal dream, so you can keep
      your eyes closed and stay still while the dream fades out, however if the dream ends with no fading out, it may
      require some more practice! But it's simple other than that, you can now have lucid dreams every night you have
      normal dreams, and multiply them by however long your REM period is!

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      END STEPS
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      Last edited by Klace; 05-10-2007 at 11:44 PM.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      POST THREE: deild3
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      FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
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      (If you have a question, please ask, if it is one that seems to be asked alot, I will add it to this FAQ section,
      almost any question will get added, so long as it has to do with DEILD, and so long as it will prove effective
      in performing a DEILD if answered)
      Last edited by Klace; 05-10-2007 at 11:45 PM.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      why do we need the good recall?


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      If you don't have recall, you will simply wake up without remembering you even had a dream in the first place, defeating the whole purpose.

      Thanks for this though, I'll try it tonight!


      *To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but believe.
      *Dream no small dreams, because they have no power to move the hearts of men.
      *You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one, I hope someday you will join us, and the world will live as one.


      Lucid Dream Stats

      Total Lucid Dreams - 2
      2 DILD's


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      I've found that without training in recall, you don't remember you had a dream, thus, you don't even remember the waking point and the chance to perform a DEILD. Good recall is a necessity.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      Ah...I've mastered this technique for years.

      I refer to it as marathon lucid dreaming...because I just keep going through the stages of sleep paralysis, HI, lucid dream over and over again. I used to have about 20 lucid dreams when I would nap this way. However, I've discovered better methods that allow me to extend my lucid dreams to last as long as I want...so I usually only have to re-enter 2 or 3 times now.

      The only downfall I've found about this...is that...I typically only remember the last several LDs that I had and the first few are lost.

      So...there have been times when I have had such amazing LD that I have chosen not to re-enter...because I wanted to remember it and write it down.

      edit: oh, and one thing you need to warn people about...is that FAs (false awakenings) are extremely common when using this method...so always be prepared...I myself never have any problem distinguishing an false and a real awakening but I know alot of people do
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      Aquanina - I would say the same. I too had problems remembering the first in a chain. Recently I had a LD that I woke from and went back into 5 more times. Each time I entered at the same point and the dream went on from there - but for the life of me I couldn't remember what happened before the entry point in the first.

      Some people call this 'chaining'.

      Also you don't have to stay still - they key point I think is not to wake up too much. Undoubtedly this is easier if you don't move, but I'd rather change position and get comfortable (then I could potentially stay in the next dream longer). Also I never go through SP/HI when chaining - I just focus on the last dream scene.

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      about the recall- i ate 2 bananas before bed yesterday, and do not remember a single dream... what do i do?


      Am I crazy?

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      It also helps to sleep in a warm area, so the cold wont make you position yourself for a warmer spot...Also if you dont remember your dream just imagine anything else and the image should come...
      I stomp on your ideas.

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      What if I don't wake up after my dreams?
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      Well, he did call it dream-exit induced lucid dream, so in this case it's kind of necesary. In the end anything is possible. You can try mostly any technique in your situation, like WILD for example.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Terrorhawker View Post
      What if I don't wake up after my dreams?
      Of course you wake up after your dreams!
      After almost any one you will wake up, you just don't remember it, along with your dreams, which is the problem with this technique, recall is essential, without recalling some dreams, you can't perform a DEILD, so your recall must be high if you wish to DEILD frequently.
      Hakuna Matata.

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      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      A very good technique indeed. Well written and easy to understand, good job!
      Currently practicing WILD. I quote Kaniaz who said it best: "The point of WILD is to piss me off". Though, I have not given up, far from it.

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      If anyone wonders where he/she can get BrainBullet. The answer is here.
      You will need a BitTorrent program like Azureus,Bitlord,uTorrent etc.
      Lucid dreams by type:
      • WILD: 0
      • MILD: 3
      • MILD: 0
      • DILD: 2
      • WBTB: 0
      • VILD: 0
      • DEILD: 2
      Accidental LD's: 1
      Total LDs: 8

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      this sounds like a really good technique and the big next thing, but.. (add to faq)
      how do i wake up after a normal dream?
      Lucid goals:
      • Web slinging in Manhattan Spider-Man style [ ]

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vall3y View Post
      this sounds like a really good technique and the big next thing, but.. (add to faq)
      how do i wake up after a normal dream?
      Brain Bullet = shows affirmations = wake up after every dream!
      Lucid dreams by type:
      • WILD: 0
      • MILD: 3
      • MILD: 0
      • DILD: 2
      • WBTB: 0
      • VILD: 0
      • DEILD: 2
      Accidental LD's: 1
      Total LDs: 8

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      This sounds like a really good idea, I'm going to try it tonight. So far I haven't had much luck with anything, but I'm willing to give this a try. Hopefully it'll work for me!
      Current Lucid Goals

      Become lucid in my dreams on a regular basis [ ]
      Fly [ ]

      Are you dreaming, Truff? ARE YOU?!
      (For reality checks)

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      Quote Originally Posted by MoD View Post
      Brain Bullet = shows affirmations = wake up after every dream!
      whats that? =o
      Lucid goals:
      • Web slinging in Manhattan Spider-Man style [ ]

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      heres a couple of tips...
      Before you go to sleep, stare deeply in the blackness of your eyes as you lay on your bed, for about 1 min exploring or so. Then when you wake up from a dream you should recognize instantly that you have woken up and then proceed with DEILD/chaining..
      I stomp on your ideas.

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      abot the recall again- how do i make the number of dreams recalled each morning w/o waking up at ningt, or do you have to wake up at night?

      what i mean is that do you have to wake up every dream to remember them or can you just remember a couple in the morning?

      also, if i wake after a dream, why wouldn't i remember it. if i was concious in a dream and woke up, why would i not remember it. if you wake after every dream, you will remember the dream because it just happened...
      Last edited by skuruza; 05-14-2007 at 03:51 AM. Reason: to make the question more clear


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      do you really wake after every dream? i don't believe it.


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      Every dream has an ending point, and at this ending point you wake up and drift right back off to sleep, you can catch this waking point and exploit it to give you more lucid dreams. (My own experiences talking)
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      kk...


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      Oy, second page?
      Anyone mind a little bump to get things going here?
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      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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