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      [WILD] Transition from SP to dream.

      Hi,

      I've been practicing RC's and WILD for about 2 weeks now and have also started to keep a DJ. I've had one DILD so far, and yesterday I had my second successful WILD.
      I'm quite pleased with my progress, my dream recall has also improved alot (I only used to remember like one dream a month, now it's one per night)

      SP comes very easy to me, and both WILD's I had were very vivid, so this is what I'm currently putting most of my focus into.
      As I said, I find getting into SP very easy, especially when I'm tired. For example, if I WBTB it takes me 2 minutes at most to get into deep SP.
      Unfortunately I don't really know to progress from there.

      I was wondering if some of you could try to explain how they experience the transition from SP into a dream? I realize this may be different for everyone, but maybe it will help


      This is how I experienced the transition the 2 times I had a WILD:
      Whilst in deep SP, I feel a light tickling in my limbs.
      Usually it also feels like something heavy is resting on my body.
      Sometimes I also see Blue/Red clouds swirling or moving about.
      Rarely I hear a sound, usually a whisper.

      Then suddenly, I loose the sensation of being in my bed (this is hard to explain).
      It's like all of a sudden, gravity no longer exists, I cannot feel the bed anymore, and my mind starts to wander uncontrolled.
      I think of completely random things, usually things I've never seen before, fictional events, but also sometimes memories of the current day or something that's on my mind.
      I cannot see these things clearly, it's more like knowing they're there, and there's often a faint image.
      This usually lasts for only a few seconds, then it feels like "my mind is switched back on". I know I'm still in bed, I can feel gravity again etc.

      The only 2 times I managed to transition into a dream were pretty violent. As I again felt like "my mind was wandering aimlessly", I suddenly realized the existence of my dream body and it got catapulted violently into "nothingness". I then "land in my dream". The first time was less violent, I only got catapulted a few meters out of bed, the second time I fell from a good 100m down to the ground (it didn't hurt of course, I also wasn't scared whatsoever)



      Does it feel anything like that for you? How do you experience the transition from SP into a dream? What are your tricks to accelerate this transition?

      Cheers,
      Hyu

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      The random things that pass by your mind are HI (hypnagogia), as the sounds. When in this state, start to imagine a dreamscene with tactile sensations, not only visual.

      I can't give an example of myself, I tried WILD for two months with no success.

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      Thank you! I will try this the next time.

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