Friday, January 30, 2009

Wake Initiated Lucid Dream (WILD) PART 1

The Wake Initiated Lucid Dream (WILD).

The WILD technique has many slight form variations but the general theme is the same: Go from an awake state directly into a lucid dream state without loss of awareness.

This sounds WILD in its self, so it's no wonderthat the most sought after skill in lucid dream inductions is the WILD technique.

It is considered a very hard skill to acquire, which is only half true.
It is more difficult to a beginner than DILD or WBTB but unlike the others with a WILD you don't need to become aware, you just need to stay aware while relaxing and not fall to sleep, and not be startled awake or else you have to start over.

Why would you be startled awake? well there are things your body does to test if your brain is really asleep and other things that your usually sleeping through that could frighten you if your not expecting it.

A basic rundown of doing a WILD would be:
  • Get somewhat comfortable, not enough to fall asleep but just enough to relax.
  • Close your eyes prepare yourself for your induction.
  • Trick your body into thinking you brain is asleep
  • Maintain awareness and shift your consciousness in to your lucid dream.
I will walk you though what I do and have found works best and explain the stages you go through so you will be less likely to be surprised and wake yourself up.

coming in PART 2 of Wake Initiated Lucid Dream...

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