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      What induction technique do you use?

      There are many techniques to use, which one do you use? Only one or many? Different technique for a different day?

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      Environment Sensory Conditioning Recognition Technique (ESCRT or Escreet - Discrete Technique). I used to just call it the O'nus technique, but that seems to be egotistical.

      Ever since using this technique, I have the utmost confidence in controlling any aspect of dreaming and even sleep duration at times (circadian rhythym recognition is incidental to the technique).

      What about you..?

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      I rarely use any techniques, my lucid dreams come natural. However, I sometimes take the advantage of sleeping with my computer on and a little light on if I have plans to play games with my American gaming friends, because the light and sound make me sleep lighter, which increase my lucidity and dream recall.

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      Quote Originally Posted by O'nus View Post
      Environment Sensory Conditioning Recognition Technique (ESCRT or Escreet - Discrete Technique). I used to just call it the O'nus technique, but that seems to be egotistical.

      Ever since using this technique, I have the utmost confidence in controlling any aspect of dreaming and even sleep duration at times (circadian rhythym recognition is incidental to the technique).

      What about you..?

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      I've never heard of that before. I basicly just say in my head: "1... I'm dreaming, 2... I'm dreaming, 3... dreaming" etc. It's almost like WILD, but it's not as effective.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Silent_Lucidity View Post
      I've never heard of that before. I basicly just say in my head: "1... I'm dreaming, 2... I'm dreaming, 3... dreaming" etc. It's almost like WILD, but it's not as effective.
      Yeah, that is the first time I actually shared it.

      I think what you are doing is a good starter to the WILD technique. Do you keep a dream journal..?

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      What the hell is Environment Sensory Conditioning Recognition Technique, Onus? I have to know!

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      Quote Originally Posted by psychology student View Post
      What the hell is Environment Sensory Conditioning Recognition Technique, Onus? I have to know!
      In a word; epoche. Or, phenomenology.

      For more details, PM me. It is a bit convoluted..

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      I use God technique. I can be awake and sleeping at the same time.

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      Stephen LaBerge's MILD Technique as described in his book, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming.

      That's all I ever practiced.
      Paprika: Don't you think dreams and the Internet are similar? They are both areas where the repressed conscious mind vents.

      John Lennon: I believe in everything until it's disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it's in your mind. Who's to say that dreams and nightmares aren't as real as the here and now? Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.

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      Stephen Laberge - Trance Induction Of Lucid Dreaming

      Stephen Laberge - Trance Induction Of Lucid Dreaming

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      Quote Originally Posted by O'nus View Post
      Yeah, that is the first time I actually shared it.

      I think what you are doing is a good starter to the WILD technique. Do you keep a dream journal..?

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      Yeah, I do. Before I started keeping an actual dream journal I just typed dreams I could still remember clearly when I got home from school or just after waking up, back then I never thought about what I dreamt the moment I woke up. It was before I got into lucid dreaming.

      Can you PM me too about your technique?

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      I usually do MILD, but on nights where I have the opportunity for 8+ hours of sleep I WBTB and WILD.
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      -Jimi Hendrix

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      I use WILD mainly because i love the transistion stage its incredible

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      It takes me a very long time to fall back asleep if I've been up for only 10 minutes, like this morning. I got up at 8 am and stayed up for 10 minutes, then tried to fall asleep again, counting "1, I'm dreaming, 2, I'm dreaming" on every inhale and exhale. It took a really long time, sometimes I just forgot when I was "chanting" in my head and just thought of something else...

      How long does it usually take for the transition to come? Maybe I just simply lost myself in the transition.

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      i use WBTB and WILD. The occasional DILD used to pop up every now and then, but DILD doesnt seem to come around anymore. So its just WILD.
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      I generally WILD after I wake up. I lay in bed and don't move, sorta focusing on my breathing. I let my mind wander and sort of MILD/WILD into my dreams.


      Thats only on weekends though.

      I WBTB on school days.
      WILDs - 38
      MILD/DILDs - 44
      VILDs - 8
      TILDs - 1 (Thirst Induced Lucid Dream, never going through that experience again...)
      Total: 98 - So close to the big 100

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      My best lucid dreams are almost exclusively created from recognition of the onset of sleep paralysis. I call them pseudo-WILDs (starting now). I've wanted to WILD for such a long time, but there must be a break in consciousness for me to arrive in the dream.

      I have DILDs often. But their qualities vary.
      Abraxas

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      I murdered someone, there was bloody everywhere. On the walls, on my hands. The air smelled metallic, like iron. My mouth... tasted metallic, like iron. The floor was metallic, probably iron

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      Quote Originally Posted by Silent_Lucidity View Post
      There are many techniques to use, which one do you use? Only one or many? Different technique for a different day?
      mild and wild, I've tried others and they haven't worked. Also the first few times i tried the wilds-they didn't work
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      I get SP naturally every weekend morning.

      If I want to WILD I just don't fight the SP.

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      I only use MILD which worked really well, but I've been having a really bad dry spell and trying to do a WILD.
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