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      NEWS: If you wish to partake in this technique study, simply put a counter for DEILD's in your sig, and count it up whenever you have a lucid from this technique, if you chain lucid's, put how many you chained in your sig as well, get to it!
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      Dream Exit Induced Lucid Dream (DEILD)
      By: Klace
      FAQ
      1: What is DEILD(Dream Exit Induced Lucid Dream)?
      DEILD, is a method created by me, Klace as a sort of "substitute" for the WILD process, this technique is nearly exactly like WILD exept it only take a few moments to perform, does not interrupt your sleep, and as long as you do it right, will have a 100% success rate.

      2: How did such a method come to be?
      This method started a month or two ago, and developed up until now, when I felt it was good enough to give out to the public, I woke up in a SP state and used it to chain a lucid dream, I tried to teach myself to do this after every dream, and I made a set of instructions so that you can do so as well, and have many lucids a night depending on your dream recall or if you remember waking up in the middle of the night.

      3. Seems simple, how did it take months to make?
      Yes, it does seem very simple. But alot of time and effort was put into making a set of instructions that can be performed by anyone with some practice, as long as you keep practicing you will find that this technique works amazingly well, some may not even need practice!

      Instructions:

      Sorry to make you read through the FAQ to get to the instructions, but the FAQ covers everything you would need to know before you
      can do this technique. read it, and you can become a DEILD'er!


      STEP ONE:
      Have many Dreams, You wake up from them all, which is where this technique is performed!
      The first step is, you want to make sure you remember that you wake up from all your dreams that you have, and teach yourself to remember this, no it's not hard at all, and does not require much practice, odds are, everyone here already remembers when they wake up from dreams because they write in their dream journal.

      STEP TWO:
      Teach yourself to NOT move at all, and keep your eyes closed when you awake from a dream.
      When you awake from a dream, you must teach yourself to keep your eyes closed and to not move at all, I don't have any scientific explanation to back me up here, but I think this naturally causes your body's REM period to continue because it thinks you are still asleep. Now you will enter Sleep paralysis momentarily, and it can be a scary experience, but tell yourself, It's not real, your body is doing this naturally and it is not dangerous, no harm can be done.

      STEP THREE:
      Stay still in sleep paralysis, and a few moments later, Lucid away!
      Momentarily, after sleep paralysis starts, you will be in a lucid state, and can do what you want, this is basically like WILD, it offers the best possible lucid dream and is very stable, and controllable depending on your person. Now do whatever you wish for this lucid dream, when you feel the dream fading away, proceed onto Step four for chaining lucid's, have as many a night as you are able to!
      IMPORTANT: If you can't get past SP and it fades out and you feel too awake to do it again, do an RC, Chances are you are dreaming, try it out.


      STEP FOUR:

      When you feel the dream slipping away, now is the chance to make your body stay still no matter what, you know you are waking up, and you can stay still after you wake up, back to back lucid's!
      When you wake up from a lucid, you know you are waking up because mostly, it just fades away, while it fades away, just stay completely still when it's fading away, and then when you wake up, do this and you will chain many lucid's together a night, no problem.
      This could be named the new Holy grail of lucid dreaming, with practice, you can have as many lucid's a night as you want, and as many as your body will let you!

      Lucid Away!

      Klace
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      Thats a type of WILD Method.

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      yeah dream re entering! ive done it before, but only after a lucid dream. Not after a regular one. Ill have to try it.
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      Changed the Title Accordingly.
      Everyone try this technique, I JUST Did it and Had my most amazing lucid yet.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      lol funny how that happens. i also just got 2 of my 3 lucids last night from this method but i havent trained myself to stay still enough from awakining from a non-lucid dream. I just wake up to slowly
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      Glad to know it just doesn't work for me, Congratulations!
      It's really reliable so keep practicing
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      this sounds awsome ill try when i wake up..

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      This sounded interesting to me, so last night I tried it. At first I relaxed, focusing from my feet to my head. Then I did the reverse blinking around every five seconds. Then, I started to feel something. At first it wasn't strong, but it grew stronger. Once the falling sensation happened, I had a hard time relaxing. I felt my heart rate increase and a had trouble breathing, as my body seemed to tense up. Then it just faded away, and I went back to normal. I tried three more times, and although I got the initial feeling, I never had the falling feeling again.
      Did I do something Wrong? Does it take a few times before I will be able to stay relaxed? This obviously works somehow and I would really like to do it all the way through.
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      dang it, I wish I would have read this last night ( I was on B-6 lol). Oh well, I'll give it a go tonight.

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      If I wake up anytime during the night, I'll be sure not to me, I just hope that my alarm doesn't wake me up once I finally get back to sleep, hopefully a lucid one at that [it does sound like a WILD but you don't stay up for a few hours before attempting to go backto sleep again]

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      it does sound like a WILD but you don't stay up for a few hours before attempting to go backto sleep again][/b]
      you stay up a few hours before you attempt WILD? I only stay up 30 min. and it works for me...
      This sounded interesting to me, so last night I tried it. At first I relaxed, focusing from my feet to my head. Then I did the reverse blinking around every five seconds. Then, I started to feel something. At first it wasn't strong, but it grew stronger. Once the falling sensation happened, I had a hard time relaxing. I felt my heart rate increase and a had trouble breathing, as my body seemed to tense up. Then it just faded away, and I went back to normal. I tried three more times, and although I got the initial feeling, I never had the falling feeling again.
      Did I do something Wrong? Does it take a few times before I will be able to stay relaxed? This obviously works somehow and I would really like to do it all the way through.[/b]
      That sounds alot like traditional WILD to me. sounds like you were really close though, if i force myself to breathe through those moments i can usually get through to the dream. maybe it will work for you
      Glad to know it just doesn't work for me, Congratulations!
      It's really reliable so keep practicing[/b]
      yeah man this technique works great i slip right back into the dream so fast its hard to catch.
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      I have gotten 2 lucids with this dream re-entry method and both of them also incorporated VILD techniques - as my mind is trying to go back to rem after i wake up and all visualizations are very powerful, i usually just try to remember my last scene from a dream(if i remember) or some other thing.
      The first time i did it, i imagined a plank of wood and after some 10 or so seconds i was looking at one! I started feeling and caressing the wood so i would get into a lucid sooner and after a few seconds i found myself in my living room, trailing the lacquered surface of the table with my hands. All thing took me about a minute or so.

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      I'll try this tonight, although I find it hard to not move when I wake up. Usually when I wake up I have to roll over to the other side to get back to sleep. We'll see.
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      How can you wake up? Like just when you wake up normally in the morning?
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      Well you wake up after every dream you have, just try and stay still when it happens, it doesn't have to be in the morning.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
      http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=36281

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      Quote Originally Posted by Klace View Post
      Well you wake up after every dream you have, just try and stay still when it happens, it doesn't have to be in the morning.
      [/b]
      Yep, you wake up about 6-7 times every night, you just fall back asleep so quickly that you don't remember ever having woken up.

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      the hard part will probably be to remember not to move anything when you wake up. Usually I like to change position when I wake up in the middle of the night but I'll try this istead
      Currently practicing WILD. I quote Kaniaz who said it best: "The point of WILD is to piss me off". Though, I have not given up, far from it.

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      Hey everyone,

      Hmm, this method sounds a lot easier than a normal WILD.
      I will try it tonight.

      Ps, do you have to force your mind to wake yourself up? Like I mean, without an alarm. Because I could train myself to do that.
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      Well....my problem with this technique would be that I&#39;m in an uncomfortable position every time I wake up...I&#39;ve got this aching in my feet or my back.....I have to move when I wake up.....but this isn&#39;t a problem with other techniques like FILDs.....
      Getting back to LDing


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      I know exactly what you mean krookedking.

      Are you supposed to set the alarm or just hope you&#39;ll wake up ?
      Currently practicing WILD. I quote Kaniaz who said it best: "The point of WILD is to piss me off". Though, I have not given up, far from it.

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      for me it&#39;s no problem since i wake up about 4 times each night, after the longer rem periods end starting from 2-3 o&#39;clock. Some people just don&#39;t wake up at night, but using an alarm clock will make it a bit harder since you have to move to turn it off and thus renders your body further from rem.

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      i re-entered about 6 times this morning, not wanting to get up for class none of them were lucid though
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      To clarify.

      No Alarm Clock.
      You need to move to turn off your alarm clock, which pretty much renders the technique useless.
      Also it has to be when you naturally wake up from a dream, because my technique will cause your REM period to just continue.

      If you wake up alot of times in the night, more lucids then.
      This is easier for me earlier in the morning, I Don&#39;t know if it may be the same for others.
      Hakuna Matata.

      Lucid Dreams: 200+ (Too many to count.)

      Yes, I created DEILD.
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      I usually don&#39;t notice when I wake up in the night. I just doze off again in a few seconds, almost unconsciously.
      Currently practicing WILD. I quote Kaniaz who said it best: "The point of WILD is to piss me off". Though, I have not given up, far from it.

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      I did this and it worked a few days ago.
      My stepdad yelled up into my room to wake me up.
      I rolled over and said i was awake.
      Then i was like hey, i wasnt basicly assaulted by my loud ass alarm clock like i normally am, and im still very tired, and i havnt moved much at all.
      I was uncomfortible but i knew thats my body trying to see if im awake or not.
      Within seconds (im not sure how long actually becuase nextthing i knew i was in a LD.
      Problem for me is that i only wakeup from dreams like this on the weekends, i dont usually know when i wakeup
      I just find myself awake.
      But hey, it somehow worked.
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