Today I want to talk about how it feels (for me) to enter a dream using WILD. Typically there are two different ways the WILD process goes for me. Note that in the video I'm referring to WILD performed without entering sleep paralysis. When entering sleep paralysis during WILD, the experience is quite different and there's an intense stage during which you can experience all manner of hallucinations and sensations. This stage is skipped when sleep paralysis is also skipped.
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What happens for me is i start to see a location forming in the blackness and as it becomes more clear it looks as though i can see through my mattress into the location. Eventually the feeling of me layed in bed begins to disappear an its almost like im fallin through my bed and into the dream
Last night I tried the WILD technique. I stayed still for about 30 minutes, fell into sleep paralysis, and I kept focusing on the colors behind my eyes. I eventually felt myself being like sucked into something so I got scared and woke up. That’s a good start right?
How do you know if you're dreaming? I mean I got scared a few days ago because I wanted know what will happen in the future so I downloaded this app called Crystal Ball and it said I was dreaming then I got scared and I tried to scare myself so I can wake up out of a Lucid Dream. And then I prayed God for 10 mins and nothing happened then I asked my friends if I was dreaming and then they said that I am not dreaming. Can you guys please help me figure this out if I am dreaming or not?
+Harleen Bagga It is often for people to see flashing colors and images at the back of their eyelids, but varies depending on the person. I can see faint colors when I close my eyes, but they become more vivid I'm about to go to sleep.
I've only lucid dreamed maybe around five times (and they don't last long), and the two things that happen to me is either A, I start in the dark and I tell myself "it's dark because I'm and my room and the lights are off" and I get up and turn the light on, or B, I just start out laying in my bed. But anything before that is kind of a blur.
is this a lucid dream i was dreaming and i woke up feel back to sleep then i felt shaking and i seen 2 videos in black and white in my head then a 3 one came and it put me in the video and then it was in color and i could control everything but then i started flying and felt like a real breeze and woke up because i was so excited
It's very interesting to hear others talk about how this feels. Interestingly it's completely different for me. I have tried WILD for a very long time and succeeded at the end.
First was the usual sleep paralisys. Body stopped to react to signals like moving anything. Then after a while my heart rate increased and I stopped to feel anything. Basically no gravity anymore and no bedsheets. Just like in outer space. That lasted for some seconds until I feelt a quite strong acceleration that pushed me forward trough what I'd describe as a "bright tunnel". Then I just stood on the streets somewhere in a desert like environment. At this point gravity was back to normal. I instanly knew "ok well that's it I did it". Very vivid, as realistic as it could possibly be and lasted for 20-30 minutes.
I always read that people hear voices, start to halucinate or feel vibrations (that one confuses me). I never ever experienced something like this. Also I never heard about this zero gravity feeling. Is it just me? I'm curious about that one.
You're lucky that you are not hearing any voices when you try the WILD method. It happens to me sometimes that I hear someone say a word and it scares the shit out of me. so much so that I won't fall asleep for another 30 minutes after it happens.
Yeah. I get a falling sensation, I'm tumbling through space. I can control the direction of the tumble - like skydiving. I get a whooshing sound in my ears. I land softly of the ground and the dream renders around me. It's a really good feeling when you get used to it. Enjoy.
Well here’s a report on my lucid dreaming I have had my second dream a month after the first this one is weird and cool so at the start before
I was lucid I was not the main protagonist of the dream I was the sidekick so I was a part of a rebel alliance so I was in a cave and then the
Main guy my friend in the dream just stopped he did a reality check then started doing all sorts of stuff and I said awesome he’s lucid wait
A second I am the one who’s dreaming I’m lucid now awesome I finally got start flying for a second then i was on a battle field and there was
A massive army of aliens so I went crazy and shot fire from my hands again and again then I shot lasers then I flew and shot lasers from my eyes but when I did that it went to third person then I t cut back when I finished that and I flew to the ground and shot more fire so amazing the army got disintegrated then the dream ended later when I woke I just remembered it a when yes!
I WILDed properly for the first time this morning and it was kinda like I was floating in darkness and I was thinking so this is what it’s like falling asleep and then I’d appear in the dream. I’m just having trouble with changing my locations and making it more vivid.
I was trying to do WILD at about 8ish am. I synced my breathing and slowly fell into sleep paralysis, but I never reached it. I finally just stopped trying to keep going, and my whole body a relatively stiff. My hands were all wet like I was sweating but they were also very cold. It was so wierd
Can you help me about wild method?
İ set my alarm clock to 6:12 (it takes about 5-9 mins to fall asleep)
When i wake up i stay awake for 5-10 mins then i closr my eyes and i try to image something then i wake up like i just slept normaly :( what am i doing wrong
So, I accidentally did the WILD method last night (I kind of just woke up early in the morning). When I went back to bed, I felt like I was awake and I was questioning if I was lucid dreaming or not. After sitting there for about 15 seconds or so, dreams starting to show up as if they were windows opening on a computer. They eventually all formed together into one. Remember how I mentioned that I was questioning if I was lucid dreaming? Welp, I was. Boy was it a first experience.
I just had a lucid dream!! I tried randomly putting my finger through my have and it worked!!! I ate a cinnamon bun and it tasted just like the real thing!!! I imagined my dream place with mountains, the cool air, the sunset. Then I was there. I knew I want going to fly if I tried, so I jumped off a ledge and spawned a wingsuit on me. I was gliding through the cool air, and it felt like I was really there. Then my brother woke me up. You guys have to try this. Keep practicing, you will succeed.
iamFred for some reason I’m always doing reality checks in real life but completely forget in a dream thats probably because when I dream I don’t control what I do I don’t mean I’m not lucid but my dreams are more like movies that I just have to watch, anyways was that your first lucid dream? Because if it was then you had a surprising amount of control of it compared to other beginners (from what I heard)
I can't tell if i had a lucid dream. I was in a dream, but i thought i was awake in my bed and i was just imagining the whole thing. i didn't think it was a dream, just a daydream. I knew it wasn't real life. I also wasn't even in that dream. I was just watching other people doing stuff. did i have a lucid dream?
nope. You will KNOW when you become aware that you are dreaming. that is all I can tell you. You will know. you wont even have to ask people if it was a lucid dream or not, you will just know that you were lucid. Its that simple.
Is it weird that i had a dream 3 years ago and just like all of my dreams then forgot it totally, and that i had the same dream this week and suddenly i knew everything that was gonna happen in that dream?
Mat i have a question i have been watching your videos for around 4 months now you really helped me to lucid dream but lately i haven't been rembering my dreams at all i haven't changed any of my strategy or not keeping up in my dream journal i was wondering if i should take melatonin supplement s what do you think?
same. the vibrations are pretty terrifying. so a ton of people say this can also be the beginning of astral projection if you didn't know that. I haven't been that successful going into a lucid dream from WILD, but the astral projection seems to work well with it.
I almost slide a WILD a few days ago :| I started seeing images after sleeping for something like 5-6 hours and they started becoming super realistic and it felt like I was actually in the images. But after one image that felt extremely real, I had one or two more but I think I accidentally fell asleep :/ Also after I slept I experienced SP for the first time, it was cool :)
I dont think your heart beating means that you were completely awake, but if your heart is beating really fast it probably means you're really anxious or excited or whatever, and that's probably what kept you awake.
Minecraft - Mobu_ another question...so yesterday i was doing wild..layed on my back and relaxed and then after a while i started to feel like my soul was about to get out of my body i dont know how to describe it....i think i almost got SP but then my heart started beating so fast and that feelimg went away...does my heart beating fast indicate that im still awake and thats why i couldnt get SP???
I don't know, the images probably happened after 5 ish minutes, of me just laying there. I dont know why but I usually don't see a lot of hypnagogia, so I was just focusing on my breathing. And I wasn't trying to induce SP, but I also wasn't trying not to, but if it did happen, I didn't notice. And I kept still through the whole process, though of course I wasn't physically trying I was just trying to relax and fall asleep like normal, while concentrating on my breathing and everything else sort of worked out.
Army Forever! You can make your lucid nightmare into something positive. Let’s just say that theres a dragon chasing you, imagine you have a sword and then kill the dragon and then just keep controlling that dream.
Will it to stop. These creature/people are just actors. Put thought in their their head. Tell the dream these enemies love you or want to party. Sing to them. Anything to 'break the spell'. You are the one in control.
Sometimes just before I wake up..... I have OBE and very realistic feeling that I'm standing in my room (having some kind of semi-transparent astral(dream)body.... after that it turns into a LD. I'm not sure it's WILD or something else, but it's definitely very wild experience.
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I guess that makes sense. I used to not be able to sleep but I started trying to use auto suggestion like mat does, just simply saying something like "I am going to sleep for six hours". I don't usually sleep perfectly for six hours every night, but I've noticed I've started sleeping for around five hours when I used to sleep for three.
Just keep writing dreams down. If you don’t remember write “I don’t remember any dreams” or something. Eventually you will start remembering dreams, but you still have to try to remember them yourself. It’s not like they’ll just pop righin into your head when you awaken. Most people say to write down your dreams as soon as you wake up, but I usually can’t start to remember any dreams until like 5-20 minutes after I wake up idk why xd
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