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      Quote Originally Posted by flight View Post
      I've been reading about this to technique in the passed but never gave it a good go. It seems very good using the alarm as help to wake up the mind. I tried it for a few nights and got lucid last morning from it, it was like a sped up WILD. I over slept in the morning and used the app lucidweaver, also found alarm clock pro around. But wondering anyone with alarm clock pro, i go advance sound fade in but that just makes the music slowly fade in to get louder and the alarm just replays, cant stop the music from replaying whatever i do, even if its got long silence in it? Anyway it was a cool experience since most of my lucid dreams are from DILD's. I will continue doing this with the lucidweaver, and try out other apps, and hope someone can explain alarm clock pro on android. Let lucid dreaming be not just a practice but a way of life
      Edit: Just saw two different Alarm clock pro's another one made by Caynax and i got ihandysoft
      I myself have Nokia 5200 phone so lucidweaver was the only choice
      I had not much luck with it, since i guess built in sounds were too disruptive or too loud?

      Few days ago a message from my provider came and this woke me up yet not disrupted.
      I lied still with my eyes closed in mere fiveteen seconds successfully deilded
      So i've decided today to give once more DEILD/CAN-WILD a try yet with my own modified lucidweaver sounds.

      I've made two of them
      Modified Three Beep sound, it will now play 10 seconds yet it will start quiet and slowly increase volmue
      And second one is same as above yet a little louder
      If volmues are still bad it can be still adjusted through lucidweaver volmue stuff aswell
      I've included them in attached zip file if anybody wants

      Installation is simple
      1. Get lucid weaver file on your pc (.jar file?)
      2. Open it with winrar
      3. Replace sounds with new ones
      4. Close Archive
      5. Put lucid weaver back onto your cellphone
      6. Try stuff out
      - Gong - Loudest Three Beep -
      - Three Beep - Normal Volmue Three Beep -
      If Gong is too loud try Three Beep and if it's aswell too loud then change volmue
      Also make sure that cue amount is set to 1

      Edit:
      Included aswell experimental replacement of Melody one with Nokia E52 'Message 1.aac' (The tone which woke me up and resulted in successful deild back few days ago?)
      Replacement technique is same, i guess?
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      Very interesting MisakaMikoto will have to give that a shot when i'm on a pc with the net as i'm usually on my cell.
      Lucidweaver*did jar me awake a little last morning a few times, and having the sound fade in is of great benefit i would think. I have mine set for 6hours at first and then a sound go off every 30 minutes.
      I've found another free app that works, alarm clock xtreme free. Has loads of settings lets any sound you want fade in and can set it to turn off, plus set multiple alarms to increase odds.
      Will continue playing round as I like the sound to fade in and not shock me awake, also thinking of adding a voice with maybe some music.

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      Only just found this thread, and I must say this is one of the best techniques I have read. I really think this could work for me and have put the wheels is motion for getting this going. What I've just realised is that I could have been doing this for a while now. My girlfriend has M.E and she often doesn't sleep very well. Often she is still awake watching telly when I'm getting up for work at 5:10am. I've just told her that if I'm lying in bed completely still, and asleep, after about 6 hours (that's me presuming I'm in REM and dreaming), to whisper in my ear "Craig, you're dreaming, Craig, you're dreaming...". I hoping I will hear this in my dream and it will help me to become lucid.

      The reason I have replied to this thread is because I would never have thought about asking my girlfriend to do this had I not read it. Hopefully it will work. Cheers man.

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      For those who are still interested and to try to keep this post alive so others can see the method For those who are using Apple products, there is a perfect app for the smart clock which produces this sharp sound for however long you want it (2, 5, 10 seconds) it's called Alarm Clock Bud. The free version also allows you to use the smart clock

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      Anyone who has Blackberry Bold 9000 this setup is for you, and you don't need an app. It's probably similar for most smart phones sounds and profile settings.

      1.Go to the volume icon in the upper left right beneath the date. And click the track pad. Select a profile will pop up you will get a list of options all alerts off, normal, loud, medium ect. beneath all of them in this pop up is an option called change Sounds and Alerts, click it. In the new menu click sounds for selected profile.
      Once you do this edit profile will come up, click Events-Reminders. After this click Calender. Now you can set up an Alarm that auto cut's off in calender, by default this is silent with no vibrations, so unless you did this you would think calender was only a pop up alarm. you can set between 1-3 reminder tones and or 1-10 vibrations and strength of vibration. By default even if you set these up right they are designed as business alerts in a job setting, and are set to in holster which means your phone won't work as a canwild, deild alarm. To make it work while not holstered and just sitting on your bedside, change to out of holster, or always. Once set up to your desired amount and loudness, click the back button once. This will bring up changes made! click save. Also make sure your sound is different than the one for your waking up alarm, because you want a septate noise not associated with waking up.

      2. Go to calender after you do all of 1. Click whatever time you want to try your deild/canwild make sure all day is not clicked. Under Start: list the time you want to try canwild. Under End: Make the time the same as start. Duration: should read 0 Hours 0 Mins if done correctly. Make sure time zone is right. After that set reminder to 0min and recurrence to eather none, or alternatively daily if you plan on canwilds at this same time everyday. After all that click the back button again, and click save. Congrats, it's now saved.

      3.Make a mantra that associates the sound that you chose in the 1st steps as meaning you will have a lucid dream. This is very important for deild/canwild alarms. Listion to the alarm noise in event's/reminders folder you made the changes to, at the bottom is a icon labeled try it, click it many times to get used to your canwild noise while saying to yourself (not out loud or people will think your crazy ;P, or more crazy XD) this sound means a lucid dream is going to happen.

      That's it, unfortunately not many have this phone, but if you do This is how you set it up without any downloaded software. If anyone else wants to post set up instructions for other smart devices included sound profile reminders section that would be great, I'd love for all the different phone's deild alarms to be under in one thread, would be great for everyone. And it would be great putting them here, since this is the thread that started canwild alarms.

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      Does anyone else have this problem? When I have an alarm that's too close to my normal waking hour, like 60-90 minutes, when it goes off I just wake up WAY too much and take forever to fall back asleep. Could it be just that the alarm is too startling, or do I need to have it go off earlier so I can fall asleep much quicker?

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      Gonna try this out tonight!
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      I read the first page, and the last dozen or so, so I know this has been asked before.

      But: has anyone gotten this to work for them the majority of the times they try it?

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      OMG u are a genius !

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      This worked for me last night. Like the author pointed out, the ability of the alarm to switch off automatically after a set number of rings, is ideal. I set it to FIRST go off after 5 hours sleep, and then every 1/2 hour thereafter. I set the alarm loud enough to wake me, but not to go on long enough as to make it difficult to get back to bed. In all, each time it was set to go off, it beeped for maybe 7 or 8 seconds altogether. I googled "customizable alarms" (for those of us without smart phones) and used this PC program. It is on a site dedicated to Astral projection but can be used great for lucid dreaming. A tool like this really needs to be coupled with a working knowledge of WILD, dream signs and regular awareness throughout the day.

      Lucid Dreaming & OBE alarm program (freeware)
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      Sounds interesting. I'll be trying this for the next few days.

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      Great to see people are still getting mileage out of my technique... haven't been on this forum for over 5 years but I've checked in on it every now and again. Just got back into LDing again after a period off due to busy lifestyle and a lot of personal things, just in time for my 10th year on DreamViews! I can no longer update the original post unfortunately, which I would do if I could to add all the necessary updates about the new apps available on both the Apple App Store and now Google's Android Play Store (latter of was virtually unheard of back in 2009).

      But for now, I can recommend using the Alarm Xtreme Free app, where you can manipulate the settings for this technique easily (I'm sure someone else here may have already mentioned it). Anyway, glad to be back here, hope everyone has been doing well! Cheers.
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      Wow, good to see you're back! Funny thing, I took a several year break and just came back yesterday. I've always loved your technique. I don't see alarm xtreme in the apple App Store. I found xtrememac alarm clock but it won't work with this technique.

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      Hmm, yeah I guess it appears that app is only available for Android. I'm not very familiar with Apple apps and devices because I've only ever owned an Android smartphone, so I'm afraid I'm unsure of the particular features of the alarm apps available for Apple devices. Sorry about that. Maybe someone else can chime in.
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      I've looked thru some earlier posts and it appears "Alarm clock bud" will do the trick - for Apple products. Trying it out and will report if this app will work for this method

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      Tried last night and didn't move when my alarm went off but my dog woke up and kept moving so that was distracting me too much

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      Quote Originally Posted by bro View Post
      This worked for me last night. Like the author pointed out, the ability of the alarm to switch off automatically after a set number of rings, is ideal. I set it to FIRST go off after 5 hours sleep, and then every 1/2 hour thereafter. I set the alarm loud enough to wake me, but not to go on long enough as to make it difficult to get back to bed. In all, each time it was set to go off, it beeped for maybe 7 or 8 seconds altogether. I googled "customizable alarms" (for those of us without smart phones) and used this PC program. It is on a site dedicated to Astral projection but can be used great for lucid dreaming. A tool like this really needs to be coupled with a working knowledge of WILD, dream signs and regular awareness throughout the day.

      Lucid Dreaming & OBE alarm program (freeware)
      I'm gonna try this one. The problem for me is not waking up per se. But getting the timing right I think. So with more attempts I'll have a better chance of a lucid

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      Quote Originally Posted by DreamsRock View Post
      I've looked thru some earlier posts and it appears "Alarm clock bud" will do the trick - for Apple products. Trying it out and will report if this app will work for this method
      Ok the iphone app "Alarm clock bud" worked great! Did not produce an obe but the app did work.

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      hey
      do you have a good alarm sound for me ?

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      This sounds brilliant, I will have to try this asap!

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      Hey guys!

      I found a way to do this easily using the native alarm app on the iPhone. I made a video for DreamViews members here: https://www.dreamviews.com/induction...rm-iphone.html

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      still using CWILD from time to time when I can be arsed to, hehe


      DEILD is my go-to technique.
      it takes two lil thingies to pull it off doe

      first is being in REM or close enough to REM
      you can also pull off DEILD whenever you wake up
      but I find it a bit harder

      my ideal conditions for DEILD are waking up abruptly during ongoing dream, kinda as if it destabilized
      or inducing that state through CANWILD:
      - alarm clock xtreme auto-shutoff ring every 10 - 20 minutes after 6 hours of sleep
      - wake up
      - do DEILD
      - rinse and repeat


      second thingy is attention shift
      you need to shift your attention towards imaginary/dream world to kickstart back dreaming process
      DEILD where I do nothing but wait never worked me, I just woke back up even if I lied still for 5 minutes
      even if I just woke up in still ongoing REM phase (REM aka dreaming phase)
      u kinda need to override senses with imaginary ones to certain extent

      some people achieve this by visualizing dream scene
      I find it tiresome especially since you need to do it when ur groggy n' awakened from sleep
      I use something similar which is imagining motion
      I imagine that my bed is spinning
      eventually spinning motion feels real
      I feel vibrations
      and re-enter dream world now lucid

      I also imagine sometimes that bed is moving forward backward,left and right, back and forth
      Some people find one way easier than other

      Helps to practice doing this before actually performing imagining spinning when waking up for DEILD unprepared
      I trained in bed night before sleep
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