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      Looking For A Little Guidance With WILD Methods, Any Suggestions?

      ...Hello! And here's my dilemma; Been trying to wild, But I haven't really been using a Technique. All I really do is focus on my breathing and it sorta works...a little. I have been looking on the market for a new way to try and do this, any suggestions from the DV Community?
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      If that little already does something you might have good chances with WILDing, but as you mentioned you'll need some technique.
      I'd suggest you try to VILD if you can visualize good, maybe do it along your breathing technique, there is a useful entry in the Wiki but it doesn't seem to be accessible. Try to fall asleep normally, just focus on your breathing and try to visualize something.
      If you have the time to you should also add WBTB to your schedule, make some experiments when it's best to get up and how long to stay up. If that doesn't work to your satisfaction after some time you should consider to read one of the more specific guides in this subforum and look if one of the variations works better for you.

      I can't really judge how much prior knowledge you have with you from what you wrote, is that a sufficient suggestion or should I put down some more detail?
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      More Info For all the peoples!

      I have been trying to wild for about 2-3 weeks. Using my Breathing Homemade Technique along side a 4-5 hour WBTB. I practice about every night, depending on what happens during the day. I usually am able to get into some form of hypnagogic imagery, but from there on I'm still in the imagery and haven't been able to enter Sleep Paralysis yet. I'll keep on trying until i get it right, and I wont stop until I have had my First Lucid Dream, whether WILDing, Or Just falling asleep, I wont stop until I get there!

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      If you manage to get into hypnagogia you might at that point try to passively watch them and cancel trying anything else, you might also try to train yourself to manipulate the imagery in some way, if something like that works you might just get far enough to enter a dream. And SP is most likely involved in WILD but try not to wait for it, you might even start dreaming without feeling prior SP at all.
      In case it proves to be a little hard and even case it doesn't you should try to go with some other techinques like DILD and maybe DEILD as well. That way you might have your first lucid earlier and with that probably an earlier WILD as well.
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      Embrace the fact that it's ok to fall asleep unconsciously. Just make sure that you are still regaining the awareness again.

      I do this by having two anchors: breathing and eyemovement.

      I start by focus my eyesight on the third eye or whatever behind closed eyes Well I basically look upwards. Then I focus on my breathing or daydreams or anything I like and as long as I at the same time focus on the eyes, I will some how regain consciousness again. I don't know why and how but it works for me.

      Then I either look for signs of the non-physical or (dream) and I use an exit technique. Simply by just walking out of bed, because at this point I am already dreaming.

      Or I end up waking up more aware in a dream scenario and realise that I am dreaming.

      And the last outcome is that I fall asleep unconsciously for the whole night...

      I do this at my regular bedtime and I have get used to all the sensations and so on and pracctised my patience in particular.
      But I recommend that you combine it with a WBTB, so it takes lesser time and so that you quicker can learn about the different sensations that your body will give you when you dream.

      Good luck
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      I have been Trying DILD for about 5-6 months, but it was a bit hard for me, Thats Why I'm trying to learn WILD. Thanks for all the help!
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      DILD automatically becomes easier when you WILD, because if you are aware while falling asleep you somehow become more aware of the dreams as well.
      And you can allways make a mantra and you are MILDing.

      See this is why I don't like the term "lucid dreaming technique" because they all come together anyway ..

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