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    Thread: Has anyone here ever used this method for lucid dreaming? How well did it work for you?

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      Has anyone here ever used this method for lucid dreaming? How well did it work for you?

      • Set your alarm clock to wake you up 4 1/2, 6, or 7 1/2 hours after falling asleep.
      • When you are awakened by your alarm clock, try to remember the dream as much as possible.
      • When you think you have remembered as much as you can, return to your place of rest, imagining that you are in your previous dream, and becoming aware that you are dreaming. Say to yourself, "I will be aware that I'm dreaming," or something similar. Do this until you think that it has "sunk in." Then go to sleep.
      • If random thoughts pop up when you are trying to fall asleep, repeat the imagining, self-suggestion part, and try again. Don't worry if you think it's taking a long time. The longer it takes, the more likely it will 'sink in,' and the more likely you will have a lucid dream.
      If you have used this method before, how well did it work for you?
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      Did you invent this or are you referring to something you've picked up elsewhere?
      My LDing record, if you want to hear about it, is about 4 WILDs, 1 DEILD, and the rest DILDs.

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      Yes, this is the exact same description of MILD as LaBerge presents it in this book, just with different words. Nonetheless, thanks for taking the time to post it, it will be useful for the more distracted and those who haven't tried it out yet

      MILD is a popular technique around DV, you can read a tutorial on it here.
      Last edited by Zoth; 02-07-2014 at 11:54 AM.
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      You have to face lucid dreams as cooking:
      Stick it in the microwave and hope for the best?
      MMR (Mental Map Recall)- A whole new way of Recalling and Journaling your dreams
      Trying out MILD? This is how you become skilled at it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobblehat View Post
      Did you invent this or are you referring to something you've picked up elsewhere?
      I got it from here: How to Lucid Dream: 16 Steps - wikiHow. It's on step number 4.
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      Niice, this wiki:

      Last edited by StephL; 02-10-2014 at 01:27 PM.
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      Isn't this just DIELD and its copied out of the wiki how

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      Not really DEILD, since DEILD is easiest when waking up and NOT MOVING AT ALL, immediately dropping back into sleep in a lucid state

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      Quote Originally Posted by StephL View Post
      Niice, this wiki:

      Sometimes I just don't know anymore.

      Like, who drew this?
      The bird breaks free of the egg.
      The egg is the world.
      Who would to be born must first destroy a world.

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