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      Dutchraptor's Deild Guide - Become an Ld god.

      Okay so lately I've been aswering alot of Deild question's of people, I realised that I keep telling people a heap of handy tips and tricks which seem to be working for alot of you.
      One thing must be noted, This entire guide is based on my experience and therefore can be manipulated to suit your needs. Everyone is different don't just take my word for it, go try it out...Experiment.

      Background

      Deild stands for Dream Exit Initiated Lucid Dream. During a dream your body is completely paralyzed (known as sleep paralysis), as you wake up, you will slowly gain awareness, along with this is a slight decrease in the amount of paralysis your body is under. By harnessing this state in which your body is already paralyzed you can easily re-enter a dream lucidly. All it takes is having the ability to wake up without moving or opening your eyes, an imagination and some confidence .
      Extremely Important: Whenever I mention sleep paralysis in this tutorial, there is no true paralysis going on for most people. Sleep paralysis is only attained once fully in a dream, if you are even slightly outside of a dream it is possible to move with enough conscious effort. The waves of vibrations or colours are merely side effects of the process of falling asleep and are used in this tutorial as markers. Many methods do not focus on these sensation as they are not necessary for the WILD or DEILD process but I prefer to use them. I will continue to use the term SP for ease of use, but know that it is not required to be paralyzed or even to stay completely still to enter a dream, I merely prefer to use this method.
      For a proper explanation of sleep paralysis, read the following.

      http://www.dreamviews.com/wake-initi...explained.html

      Pre-work
      Waking up
      Firstly you have to be able to wake up after three hours of sleep, there are two ways of accomplishing this:
      • Naturally
      • By alarm clock

      If you wake up naturally thats great , unfortunately most people don't so how do you go about learning this.
      Firstly you will use autosuggestion. Every night before sleep you must think to yourself "I will wake up after my dream", repeat this phrase until your mind starts wandering, repeat this process two more times and then it is alright to fall asleep.
      Secondly every night imagine what it would be like to wake up from a dream, imagine yourself being engulfed by blackness and waking up staring at the back of your eyelids.
      Optional If this does not seem to be working for you, practice walking up to an alarm in the middle of the night for two weeks, then repeat the first to tips.

      If this seems like to much hassle for you, or you don't want to wake up every night an alarm clock might be necessary.
      To do this you will need a phone, if you own an android or an iphone here are some links for the app you will need (only need one)

      Iphone
      App Shopper: 12,24 Alarm Clock Sleep Music (Utilities)
      Auto-Shutoff Alarm Clock for iPhone / iPod Touch
      App Store - Alarm Night Clock Lite
      App Store - Alarmed ~ Reminders, Timers, Alarm Clock
      App Store - DreamZ - Lucid dreams simplified

      Or you can use the built in calendar app, which you can configure in settings.

      Android
      https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...PlusDock&hl=en

      If you don't have a smart phone, you should be able to subscribe to a text message service which will send you a text at a time of your choice.

      Okay so now you have an alarm which will shut itself off after a few seconds (So you don't have to move), after three hours of sleep this alarm will wake you up.
      Be careful of the volume, it should not be too loud or too soft.

      Imagination and Recall
      Another important aspect of this guide is imagination and recall, it is necessary that you are able to remember dreams and replay them in you head.

      Training dream recall is easy, all you have to do is log your dreams each night and you will eventually become good at it. As long as you stay fairly consistent.

      Imagination on the other hand is a little harder to train. I suggest that every few days you go to a place where you can lie on your back and practice visualizing the following scenarios.
      • A huge horizon-less meadow with a white fence through the middle.
      • Your home, every room, explore the cupboards and drawers.
      • Flying through the air, feel the cool air.
      • Eating at a restaurant.
      • Losing an argument.
      • Playing an instrument.
      • Speaking a foreign language. (make it up)
      • Most importantly, imagine a quick fighting scene, or flying a jet, or being a gymnast. Anything to really get your mind going.

      Another handy visualization trick is to imagine holding things in real life, imagine how they feel in your hand, how it reacts to the oil on your skin, how it resonates when it noises bounces off it, maybe even how it tastes??
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      Now for the good part

      Deild Steps
      1) You have woken up, and are completely still with your eyes closed, you realise you have started your attempt at Deild

      2) You may start to think or keep your mind blank (It varies from person to person) whatever you do, do not focus on your body or the paralysis. I like to try remember the last few minutes of my dream.

      3) After a few seconds you will start to feel extremely uncomfortable, persist DO NOT MOVE!!

      4) For some all of a sudden a wave will spread over their body, making them near completely paralyzed, you may see hallucinations and imaging hearing things. Other may only have a slight increase in paralysis and not hear or see anything.

      5) This was your signal to start imagining the dream scene, start with you body, imagine the temperature and the feeling of the wind, next focus in on what you see, lastly try to do all this while listening to the scene.
      You must lose focus completely off your real body.

      6) Once you are in the dream you will know, stabalize it and do a reality check to be sure.

      7) Enjoy the power

      That is all for now, I'll be sure to add some more tips once I think of them.
      Thanks for reading

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      So far, the method has been quite succesfull with the few people I've told about it. Lets hope there's many more .

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      Oh I love a good tutorial. Thanks for this. May try it soon. C:
      Well done, it's a brilliant tutorial btw. ^_^
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      Good tutorial, I'll try it for a few nights and post updates on my progress
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      Great Tutorial dutchraptor. I have one question though. Will this work more towards morning hours? I have my brother sleeping right next to me at night and i want to wait until he leaves at 6:00 AM so he doesn't wake up by my alarm xD
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      whats the longest you had to wait after waking for sleep paralysis to set in? Sometimes i wake up from a dream and can just lay there for minutes with nothing happening
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      Awesome tutorial! I rarely remember to stay still to deild but when I do it is awesome! I usually end up in a copy of my room when I deild.
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      Quote Originally Posted by xpin2winx View Post
      whats the longest you had to wait after waking for sleep paralysis to set in? Sometimes i wake up from a dream and can just lay there for minutes with nothing happening
      This sometimes happens to me. I think it is what position you wake up in. For example if you slept on you arm when u wake up it may hurt and thus mess up the deild. I think you just got to be comfortable when you wake up.

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      Thanks for telling me about this, im going to try it tonight, well, every night i dont have class the next day.
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      I have read other guides to DEILD which seem similar with minor differences. One thing that does appeal to me is the tip to imagine waking up from a dream with the blackness etc, because my only problem so far is not moving when waking up.
      Attempting WILD: 0

      Have achieved SP with mild HI previously, haven't attempted much in the past.

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      Quote Originally Posted by jblb2424 View Post
      Great Tutorial dutchraptor. I have one question though. Will this work more towards morning hours? I have my brother sleeping right next to me at night and i want to wait until he leaves at 6:00 AM so he doesn't wake up by my alarm xD
      Yup, sometimes if I don't wake up at night I go back to bed for an hour and get waken up by an alarm so I can try again. Just be weary if there is alot of light in the room it might be harder.

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      Quote Originally Posted by xpin2winx View Post
      whats the longest you had to wait after waking for sleep paralysis to set in? Sometimes i wake up from a dream and can just lay there for minutes with nothing happening
      Sometimes this happens to me, and it takes around 5 or 10 mins. It should really only take 1-2 minutes but sometimes you have moved without knowing it. Usually on these attempts I just go back to sleep because I don't want to wast too much time awake.
      You could however proceed to try bring it in to a Wild but I'm not fully sure how you could do this without starting over completely.
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      Sounds like a plan. Cool!
      Thanks Dutch for sharing your experience.

      (So it looks like I'm gonna be a LD 'god'? - Well one still in nappies, and riding the LD technique bike with stabilizers on!)
      Last edited by UToo; 08-03-2012 at 12:40 PM.
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      Thanks for the tutorial

      I think I should also mention that you do not need to download any apps. The Calender app has an alarm function that only plays for a few seconds, and you can change the alarm in the settings app
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      Quote Originally Posted by RobStar View Post
      Sounds like a plan. Cool!
      Thanks Dutch for sharing your experience.

      (So it looks like I'm gonna be a LD 'god'? - Well one still in nappies, and riding the LD technique bike with stabilizers on!)
      Hahaha XD thanks.

      Quote Originally Posted by BlueHalcyon View Post
      Thanks for the tutorial

      I think I should also mention that you do not need to download any apps. The Calender app has an alarm function that only plays for a few seconds, and you can change the alarm in the settings app
      Thanks, I'll be sure to include it. For iphone or andriod?

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      iPhone. Not sure about Android though.

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      Thanks for this tutorial, it seems like there aren't that many DEILD guides on this site! Great tutorial too, it makes it seem not so hard, and definitley worth it to try!
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      man i get that extreme urge to move all the time and give in. Next time im never giving in. Do you have any problem with saliva build up. Almost every time i walk up for a DEILD now i have to swallow

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      Quote Originally Posted by xpin2winx View Post
      man i get that extreme urge to move all the time and give in. Next time im never giving in. Do you have any problem with saliva build up. Almost every time i walk up for a DEILD now i have to swallow
      Yes, it took me ages to get over this, but once it becomes routing to have a Deild you will eventualyl not pay notice too it. Just keep trying.

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      dutchrapter, I wanted to thank you for mentioning the key points of this in a past conversation. I've found your complete guide while browsing and I wanted to say thank you. I'm definitely going to try this tonight.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Lahzo View Post
      dutchrapter, I wanted to thank you for mentioning the key points of this in a past conversation. I've found your complete guide while browsing and I wanted to say thank you. I'm definitely going to try this tonight.
      Thanks, it good to know people appreciate it .

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      how long did it take you to get used to the alarm without moving or opening your eyes? What i tried last night, is that i recorded a phrase of myself saying "dont move, dont move" or something similar like that. And i was able to wake up motionless 8 minutes after the alarm went off which was kind of weird

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      Quote Originally Posted by xpin2winx View Post
      how long did it take you to get used to the alarm without moving or opening your eyes? What i tried last night, is that i recorded a phrase of myself saying "dont move, dont move" or something similar like that. And i was able to wake up motionless 8 minutes after the alarm went off which was kind of weird
      A whil, maybe a week before I started getting good at it. That's cool, maybe the audio managed to work itself into your dream so you knew to wake up motionless, interesting.

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      thanks for posting this great DEILD guide and thanks for answering my questions i am definitely trying this tonight!
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