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    CDFILD - Confidence and Dream Feeling Induced Lucid Dream

    Confidence and Dream Feeling Induced Lucid Dream

    This method isn’t very difficult at all. The only prerequisite is to know that dream feeling. That hazy feeling when you’re dreaming. Even when the dreams are vivid, the feeling is still there.

    The steps are as follows:

    1) Lay down in bed and relax. Simulate that feeling of dreaming. If you’ve been lucid and can tell the difference between a lucid dream feeling and a non-lucid dream feeling, use the lucid feeling.

    2) Think to yourself that LDing is the easiest thing in the world and it’s just a given that you have one that night. If you know how to think an idea without using internal dialogue, that would probably be the best way to do this. Your subconscious can understand internal dialogue more easily and it also takes less time.

    3) It may help to add details such as full recall, complete control, and real-life realism. I find that the details you request are given to you as well. Even, if you want, give an idea of how many LDs you want. Like in the previous step, this would best be done in wordless thought if possible.

    4) Fall asleep while still simulating the dream feeling.

    I know that it sounds pretty simple, and that’s because it is. You require the mentality that lucid dreaming is simple in order for this technique to work at it's full potential. I’ve found it to work practically 100% of the time, though I cannot guarantee that for everyone. It should take about one minute or less. It’s basically part confidence, part using a simulated dream sensation to make your memory carry over to dreams more easily, and part suggestion. It really does help if you can realize that you and your subconscious are the same mind. I hope it works for others as well as it does me.

    ~ Gothlark

    Created by , 01-23-2005 at 11:17 PM
    Last edited by , 09-21-2010 at 10:54 PM
    Last comment by on 12-09-2013 at 09:16 PM
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