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      DEILD (Dream-Exit Induced Lucid Dream) Tip

      So I recently found out an usefull tip for getting conscious before moving.

      You have to raise the volume button of your alarm clock and put the channel on a terrible connection so that you'll get an awfull loud sound.

      Now if you have someone sleeping in the other room (who you don't want to wake up) you're extra motivated to get conscious immediatly when you wake up because you'll want to put your alarm clock off as fast as possible.

      If you've done this several times you'll get used to having an alert mind when you just wake up. You'll just have to make the transition between putting the alarm off and keeping yourself from moving.


      If you have any problems with waking up at night, then here some tips:

      1. Drink a lot of water so you wake up with high pressure on your weapon (if you know what I mean.)
      2. Have your alarmclock wake you up at the same time every night.
      3. Auto-suggestion, repeat a mantra (don't put too much effort in it, it can result in a counter-productive result).

      Happy Lucid Dreaming! ~
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      how do you put an alarm clock off without moving your body?

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      Quote Originally Posted by slash112 View Post
      how do you put an alarm clock off without moving your body?
      Like explained you'll have to make the transition, take your time to read the whole text next time.

      When you have an alert mind (after waking up) you have to switch from putting the alarm clock off to not moving.
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      yes i know you said that, but i thought that when you wake up, you cant move a muscle, and to turn an alarm clock off, you have to move a muscle.

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      Quote Originally Posted by slash112 View Post
      yes i know you said that, but i thought that when you wake up, you cant move a muscle, and to turn an alarm clock off, you have to move a muscle.
      Do you understand it now?
      That you don't do them at once, but after you get used to putting the alarm off and having an alert mind that you stop with the alarm and move on to 'playing dead'?
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      oh rite sorry, woops im really such a slow dim wit sometimes.

      well, great tips, i think they will help me.

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      Anyone else who can let me know if this helps?
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      Alarm clocks erase my memory. They must dai.
      Current projects:
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      -Test galatamine, huperzine and choline
      -Find smartwatch app for RC reminders at certain intervals
      -Ressurect my dream log here, and become more active

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      You're on the right track.
      I wanted to learn how to Deild because i think that it is the easiest type of LD induction tech.
      When i wanted to learn i did this.

      Materials: 3g melatonin, ajustable snooze feature, three days of free time.

      Procedure:
      1. Set alarm to go after 4 hours of sleep.
      2. Set snooze for 20 min.
      3. Wake up at 4 hour mark and take melatonin and go back to sleep with the alarm set for 20 min later.
      4. Wake up 20 min later and hit snooze. (you need to fall back to sleep in 5 min).
      5. Wake up 20 min later and hit the snooze.
      6. Repeat step 5 until you can no longer go back to sleep or until you start to get a headache from to much sleep.

      You don't even need to think about remembering to hear the alarm because your mind will start to predict that it is going to go off and wake you up a little bit before it goes off.
      For me it took 4 times hitting snooze before I could stay completely still when it went off.
      I did this 3 days in a row.

      I tried this because normally it takes weeks to train yourself to not move when you wake up or predict you are waking up, but when i did this i got 12 chances in one night and 36 in three days. And i lost virtually no sleep. I was getting up fine but because i took the melatonin i could fall back asleep easily. So not only does this help you predict when you are going to wake up but it also trains you to fall back asleep with ease.
      I really suggest taking the melatonin. i know a lot of people on here don't like to but if you don't after your second or third awakening you won't be able to get back to sleep.

      After doing this for that three day stretch i was able to stop myself from moving almost every time i woke up and i have only gotten better.

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      Quote Originally Posted by nyrawake View Post
      You're on the right track.
      I wanted to learn how to Deild because i think that it is the easiest type of LD induction tech.
      When i wanted to learn i did this.

      Materials: 3g melatonin, ajustable snooze feature, three days of free time.

      Procedure:
      1. Set alarm to go after 4 hours of sleep.
      2. Set snooze for 20 min.
      3. Wake up at 4 hour mark and take melatonin and go back to sleep with the alarm set for 20 min later.
      4. Wake up 20 min later and hit snooze. (you need to fall back to sleep in 5 min).
      5. Wake up 20 min later and hit the snooze.
      6. Repeat step 5 until you can no longer go back to sleep or until you start to get a headache from to much sleep.

      You don't even need to think about remembering to hear the alarm because your mind will start to predict that it is going to go off and wake you up a little bit before it goes off.
      For me it took 4 times hitting snooze before I could stay completely still when it went off.
      I did this 3 days in a row.

      I tried this because normally it takes weeks to train yourself to not move when you wake up or predict you are waking up, but when i did this i got 12 chances in one night and 36 in three days. And i lost virtually no sleep. I was getting up fine but because i took the melatonin i could fall back asleep easily. So not only does this help you predict when you are going to wake up but it also trains you to fall back asleep with ease.
      I really suggest taking the melatonin. i know a lot of people on here don't like to but if you don't after your second or third awakening you won't be able to get back to sleep.

      After doing this for that three day stretch i was able to stop myself from moving almost every time i woke up and i have only gotten better.
      That's a great idea! One problem - melatonin is illegal in my country
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      I dont see how initally, moving quickly to turn the alarm off gets you to not move later on.
      Maybe its just me.

      Put your phone on vibrate alarm in your sock.
      It will wake you and you don't have to move. (and you don't wake anyone else up)
      Last edited by DreamChaser; 12-05-2008 at 08:00 PM.
      REALITY CHECK

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      Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Paradox View Post
      That's a great idea! One problem - melatonin is illegal in my country
      I myself used melatonin, but anything that will make it easy for you to fall back asleep 8-12 times will work.

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      Quote Originally Posted by DreamChaser View Post
      I dont see how initally, moving quickly to turn the alarm off gets you to not move later on.
      Maybe its just me.

      Put your phone on vibrate alarm in your sock.
      It will wake you and you don't have to move. (and you don't wake anyone else up)
      The point isn't to turn off your alarm quickly but to get your mind to predict when it will go off and by association when you are going to wake up. This is meant to become such a habit that even if you stop using the alarm you will still wake up moments before and stop yourself from moving therefore giving you the chance to DEILD.

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      Quote Originally Posted by nyrawake View Post
      The point isn't to turn off your alarm quickly but to get your mind to predict when it will go off and by association when you are going to wake up. This is meant to become such a habit that even if you stop using the alarm you will still wake up moments before and stop yourself from moving therefore giving you the chance to DEILD.
      Just use the mobile on vibrate...such an easier and quicher method straight away. Used it for ages.
      And I now often wake before it goes off, but not always, so its there every time I need it.

      Would be bad using the alarm method at times you really want to wake and don't.
      REALITY CHECK

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      i wish i had an alarm that turns itself off.
      i'd get this DEILD thing so much easier.

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      Try your phone or a nintendo DS. They usually only last for a minute, and then turn themselves off. And the DS wakes you up slowly by gaining volume over the minute.

      I'm not sure if the annoying and loud sound that will last the time would help you re-enter, but you can give it a shot. I will tonite.
      Bollocks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Paradox View Post
      Alarm clocks erase my memory. They must dai.
      yes i hate them i never remember my dreams when that sum bitch goes off
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