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      You're welcome San

      Quote Originally Posted by sskohli View Post
      I will have to check this out, never heard of it before. Should I search Dreamviews for this?
      Here's one excerpt about it - from http://www.dreamviews.com/attaining-...ramblings.html:
      Micro WBTB!!!!
      I have talked a little about this before, honestly the micro WBTB blows a normal WBTB out of the water. It is really simple and easy, wake up to a point close to where you won’t be able to get back to sleep and then go back to sleep. tap up some dreams on your phone or computer or write them down as well. Very simple. It works best if you use my intent or water method, but you can use an alarm if you want to. Make sure to go from the right end at finding the perfect balance of awake/asleep and go from too tired to too awake so that you don’t have nights that you can’t get back to sleep.
      It seems the way he makes it work for him is to find a way to "wake up to a point close to where you won’t be able to get back to sleep and then go back to sleep." I think I read at one point he was doing math in his head and things like that besides what he mentioned above. If you want to find more discussion about it you can try an advanced search for micro-wbtb and user: Sensei. I fall asleep too easily usually so I have to get up for a while, but again everyone is different.


      But yes, after the maiden one, I am more relaxed and now look forward to what the night/sleep would bring.
      That is the right mindset! I am sure you have many more LD's to come along with interesting dreams and discoveries along the way.

      Regarding the chicken...Yes, I forgot to consider that. A temporary change in diet does seem to make more sense for a bigger swing in effect than just the substance alone. Alcohol: according to webmd - "A new review of 27 studies shows that alcohol does not improve sleep quality. According to the findings, alcohol does allow healthy people to fall asleep quicker and sleep more deeply for a while, but it reduces rapid eye movement (REM) sleep."
      Last edited by fogelbise; 06-21-2016 at 10:44 PM. Reason: add alcohol info

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      Hey FB,
      I had another experience today. I was having an afternoon nap.
      Dream sequence: Me and wife were in a car, we were eating something from a joint. Then another car came. In it was my bro in law. We didn't say anything as he was with his friends. We sat there for a while and then started driving. After a while we were in the woods. The speed increased and then I was in SP and woke up.
      This has happened to me 4 times now, waking up in SP. But this time, when I woke up I already was in a vibrational phase about to launch off. In previous occassions, whenever I tried to get up, I would wake up. But this time, I was in heavy vibrations, so I knew this would work. I tried to get up and woosh. It was like I was in hyperdrive in Star Trek, when they travel at the speed of light. There were lots of images and sounds, people talking, as if I was tuning in and out of radio stations. And a very loud continuous noise. It did startle me at first, so I kinda dropped. Then I calmed myself down and it started again. Finally, I concentrated on a circle, which became concentric circles and went deep. It did take me to a dream scene, but then I returned back out of the dream.
      I jave just heard of SP and the vibrations and the noise. But experienced them, only today. Was a superb experience.
      I had not done anything different today. I just gave affirmations "I will see my hands and realise I am dreaming today" before sleeping, like I do normally.
      Since a couplenof days, I am trying "All day awareness". But that's about it.
      I'm realy excited to experience it again. What a roller coaster ride it was!!

      Thanks,
      San
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      Awesome San!! I have experienced heavy (and lighter) vibrations quite a few times as well as something similar to your hyperdrive where I was launched out of my bed accompanied by jet engine sounds. I loved it, but I also love some of the craziest thrill rides at amusement parks too and I knew it was all part of the dreamscape. It sounded like you had quite an experience! Here's to more to come!!

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