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      Dizziness.

      It seems like I'm posting a new WILD tip every two days...
      But here; I present to you; dizziness.

      It would seem perfect, correct? Especially with the WILD technique which involves you noticing your body slipping out of the covers.

      Just a tip, since it helped me sleep last night
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      what?
      I don't understand

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      And how would I use this 'dizziness' to help me into a dream?
      Also, I'm never dizzy when I attempt my WILDs, how would I induce this dizziness?

      Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to disprove anything you say, I'd just like some more info on this.

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      Quote Originally Posted by no-name View Post
      And how would I use this 'dizziness' to help me into a dream?
      Also, I'm never dizzy when I attempt my WILDs, how would I induce this dizziness?

      Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to disprove anything you say, I'd just like some more info on this.
      Spin a little
      I mean, becoming dizzy helps me WILD. Pretty quickly. 10 minutes into SP from beginning of sleep
      The question is What is the question?
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      I guess I'll try it tomorrow. Dizziness is what happens to me when I wild. I have an inner ear problem. When I get dizzy, I know I am close to SP. I guess this will trick my mind into thinking I am already asleep!
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      Quote Originally Posted by marcc View Post
      Spin a little
      I mean, becoming dizzy helps me WILD. Pretty quickly. 10 minutes into SP from beginning of sleep
      What do you exactly mean by 'beginning of sleep'? That you don't wake up after few hours of sleep before attempting WILD?

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      Yeah.
      The question is What is the question?
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      Interesting, but, unless you have a REM rebound, I don't think you can enter a REM period where most lucid dreams happen, I would think you'll enter an NREM period
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