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      Lightbulb What are some methods you use to Lucid Dream?

      i'm curious as to what methods different people use, and i may try them to help me lucid dream

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      I use DILD, become lucid solely using a RC, which would be gravity RC. I RC whenever I wake up and try to keep it up for as long as I can. But different things work for different people, so you might want to create your own version to get best results.
      Creating a new persistent realm, claiming it and breaking the last seal I made back in the beggining of my journey are my goals right now

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      DILDs are the easiest, you should read my post!

      http://www.dreamviews.com/f12/one-da...7/#post1543160

      It took one night for me to have a DILD doing this.
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      I'm a beginner too. Maybe by now I can call myself an intermediate? Anyway, for most fellow beginners, I think MILD with WBTB is the way to go. Definitions vary, but I'd describe MILD as a combination of practices that, when used together, make a comprehensive strategy for inducing DILDs.
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      I agree with that. I've realised that I wasted a lot of time when I started trying to get lucid because I was obsessed with WILDs. Since I've started focusing on MILD I'm getting really good results.

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      DILD is also what I've been able to do. As I fall asleep I usually try to WILD but end up failing, but I think since I fall asleep with the mindset that I'm dreaming/going to be dreaming it helps me become lucid. Also Iv never become lucid after doing a RC, usually I notice something different about the people I'm with but doing an RC confirms my suspicions.

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      I used to use DILD and WILD, but my rate with DILDs have increased significantly. I focus on awareness of my dreams/waking life.

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