Today I'll be giving a short tutorial on how to have a wake induced lucid dream. Wake induced lucid dreams, or WILD for short, are when you enter a lucid dream directly from the waking state. This method can be a little tricky to get down, and so I put off making this tutorial for a long time, but now it's finally here. Learning how to lucid dream using WILD can be done using two different variations of the method, one involving sleep paralysis, and one skipping it. While I personally use the second method without sleep paralysis, I decided to include both in the video for the sake of completion, since different people may prefer one over the other.
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Hey Tiph, isn't it still possible for me to enter Sleep Paralysis -> Dream Mode without REM? I.e: If I just come from work, relax on bed and get to the point where my body is numb and I can see the images appearing, etc.
a question to make 1 step better (the 3rd step at the end) i often have 4 arms and hands in dream wouldnt it be better if i just touch it with my hand which dont exist in the real world or must it be the real hands? (i dont want to wake up if i do something wrong)
the thing is at the second night i tried it just hearing about the method - xD yeah i know wasnt good.... - i got the sleeping paralysis but i got scared so i tried to move and it didnt work so i tried again and again until i wasnt even able to relax or control the ... "try movement?" this was going for like 5 seconds and then i just jumped on my back xD holy shit i was thinking then i get this everynight until i got bored this vide makes me good feeling again i might can control it in the next nights because of u thanks :D
I find the sleep paralysis method easier because if you just focus on the hypnogia not too hard your body becomes paralysed but try not to move until you feel your close to the dream because you will think it's a sleep paralysis demon holding you. I ain scared of it I stay absolutely calm
I did the Sleep Paralysis method and before I enter a lucid dream state I feel like I'm going through a tunnel. But, that's just my checkpoint to know that I am going to enter one. Might be different for others.
Had a lucid dream tonight and I didn't even try to get one. Whenever I tried to get a lucid dream I didn't work and this night I was in a dream and looked on my phone and just said, this is a dream. Then I was lucid.
This was the best video on WILD, and lucid dreaming In general (at least for me)
Ig I got lucky because I picked up WILD kinda quickly. I also got into the habit of reality checks & a dream journal so that helps.
For anyone wondering what I dream about, it’s sorta sad. I dream I go to my exgirlfriends house and just spend a couple hours with her doing what we woild usually do. I lay with her on her couch, help her cook, dance. I sweep her off her feet & kiss her. sometimes I pretend like I have some amazing super power and take her flying or somewhere back in time or a city like Paris or somewhere not even real. Somewhere beautiful.
Shes always so impressed, and blown away, telling me I’m the best.
It’s surreal to hold her again, and just talk to her like we used to.
I prefer the normal stuff over the extreme but flying’s fun.
Shes not dead or anything, she just dumped me back on New Years. I really miss her.
I also leave for army training in a couple weeks so at least each night I can look forward to escaping that place for a bit.
basically thanks for the help Tipharot
I have created a guided, full body relaxation video, made with the intention of inducing WILD. I would be honored if you would check it out and give any feedback. Thank you!
Can someone please, please let me know if this is okay to do - Since when you wake up in REM your meant to stay very still, how do I turn off my alarm. And if I reach to my bedside table and quickly do it. Will I still be able to enter sleep paralysis? Thanks
Yes you just have to stay still for a few so you don't quickly wake your body and yes you can reach and turn off your alarm its recommend to even get up and stay awake for five mins ...I lay there for a sec then sit up and turn off my arm with my eyes closed the whole time
My method is a very strange one and I cannot teach it but imagine this...you are walking somewhere you have been in that day and you are always accompinied by someone and suddenly they tell me I’m in a dream and I’m like thanks and fly off
THE WAY I DO IT THAT WORKS VERY WELL: Hypnogogia is the phenomenon where when you're falling asleep you start to hallucinate: hear voices, and seeing images is the most common. You should try focusing on your senses whilst falling asleep so that you can realise it's happening. When you realise that you are in hypnogogia you will snap out of it but it's okay, you will be back in it soon. What you should then do is imagine a physical sensation on your body. I usually go for imagining rain falling on me, or a cat stepping on me or something. Whilst you imagine it, you will soon start to fall into hypnogogia and hopefully actually feel it. You can then start to imagine the environment around you, and this will turn into a dream and you will be aware of it.
The reason that sense of touch works best is because you'll be able to control it the best, if you try to hear or see something there is a good chance that it will just morph into a non-lucid dream but feeling things keeps you lucid because it helps to ground you in reality, or in this case, into your dream.
PROTIP: If you think about it too much you might accidentally wake yourself up by feeling your body lying in bed, but if that starts to happen grab an object or touch something in the dream, I sometimes start rolling on the ground (weird but works).
One time, I was about to get sleep paralysis and I start seeing the scary shit and then I somehow finesse it and boom I started my lucid dream. It was my first sleep paralysis experience and my first lucid dream as well.
I would suggest trying to make this more simple. Wake up with an alarm around 4 or 430, stay awake for about 10 to 20 minutes, thinking about your intention, maybe even read about lucid dreaming. Then lay down and let your imagination do as it pleases. Hypnogogia will be very powerful because your mind is going to jump right into REM at this time. The hard part is not forgetting your intention. Don't forget what your doing. Also, you'll notice sleep paralysis setting in, when that happens try to "rock" your consciousness out of your body. OK Tipharot you're right. This does get lost in translation lol Anyway, take Tipharot's suggestions but don't try it when you first go to sleep cuz it most likely won't work less your mind is gifted.
Hey, wild really easily works for me but i am too scared of having sleep paralysis so when i realize im in a dream i just wake up(i didnt have a sp) but i really want to experience lucid Dreams how can i beat the extreme fear of paralysis ?
Accidentally did method 2 last night and had my first lucid dream, and today I found this video. I was able to stay lucid for what felt like 20 minuets, I was trying to learn how to fly but it didn’t go to well. But I got fairly good a telekinesis. The weirdest part about it was it felt like more of an astral projection because it started with me getting out of bed and walking around my house.
I actually had a lucid dream by accident. ps sorry its so long . So heres what happened i was using my phone and i suddenly feel sleepy so i hide my phone and sleep i didnt notice i already woke up and slept again then i started a dream not a lucid one then while dreaming i shocked my own mind like when sometimes you suddenly get shocked like your body suddenly moves without your control if anyone knows how that feels and then i was able to control my own body edit:in the dream
The most intense vision I’ve had when trying to lucid dream was me dropping down into some sort of building military style. Everything felt so real, the wind, the way my head kinda hit the pavement when I rolled, the slight fall weather, like I was legitimately there. I went up to a crate to duck behind and I take a peak at my friend and the next thing I realized it was over. I’ve wanted to return back to that mission ever since but no luck.
I started trying to lucid dream for a week and only attempt it a few times but yesterday I had a lucid dream but it was very weird so I went to bed late and I woke up and I didn't reality check just shut my eyes and instantly I was in a lucid dream and in a few minutes I woke up shut my eyes the same instant lucid dreaming and this happend 3 times and then I woke woke up , I think I woke up but was dreaming but didn't realise but this has really made we want to lucid more so I'm really happy
So. I have had lucid dreams in the past. Now I try to induce them. So I get into sleep paralysis but I always have to swallow and I can't find a way to stop it. I think this keeps me from entering the dream and getting fully paralyzed, any tips?
I like the way you explained this better than others I have heard using the SP method. I can relate better to this. Hopefully, this will work, as I've never had a purposely induced lucid dream in my life. However, I have had four accidental lucid dreams while in the midst of sleep. One other time that I can remember I realized I was dreaming and then went along just as though I had never realized it. Weird.
Listen someone please awnser my question...
If I do the wild technique, I have to set an alarm for 4 hours in my sleep and then don’t move when I wake up but wouldn’t I have to move to turn off my alarm and wouldn’t that rewin it?
Please someone awnser
I’ve had a clock in a dream to measure how long I’ve been in a dream so each hour or so on the dream clock I would change dreams so it wouldn’t collapse. That time I had a dream that lasted 2 days (not in real life of course)
I've tried to do WILD a couple of times and the last attempts, i got to a weird stage when i feel like my body and head is spinning around and changing "rotation angles". I think that i'm getting pretty close to enter a dream so i guess i have to practice more to finally get to that stage! :)
When I do wild can I do it just as I go sleep at night or do I have to be in sleep paralysis first if not is there a way to get in lucid dream easier than this ? BTW love ur Lucid Dream vids and a big fan 💯💯🔥🔥👍👍
I accidentally got into wild this morning, I was listening to asmr and I realized I was wrestling some kid and knew it wasn't real and I tried to speak I couldn't and demanded in my mind to astral project to a high plane of existence and I floated up to the ceiling corner by my pelvis and I saw I had brown jogger pants with thin white paint splotches on them, I went to a different non lucid dream and I was in a dark apartment I thought was mine where I couldn't turn the lights on and I saw a silhouette of a man with the lower body of Godzilla and I thought fuck that and I ate gummy bears in my brothers room, it was so realistic that I don't know how to get it across to a novice
Often in the mornings I wake up on my first alarm then have maybe an hour of alarms spaced out by 15 mins. I notice as I go back to sleep on the snooze my thoughts start to become a dream. It's not exactly lucid dreaming but the same thing happens when I have a nap. Like my thoughts start getting carried along and I start dreaming. I've been at that point and snapped out of it and woke up several times too.
I think I did this method, I went to sleep, but as I closed my eyes I just focused on the images inside my eye lids. At first they were colors then all of a sudden the swirling colors stop and became black. I heard a voice it was actually this guy's voice. He told me to imagine drawing a giraffe on the side of my vision and then he said draw a mirror image of the same giraffe. It was wierd, but then all of a sudden I felt this vibrations or tingling feeling. It started from feet or hands or head I'm not sure, it wasn't intense, but I could feel it. It's almost as if I was awake but keeping my eyes closed. I then woke up and the vibrations slowly went away. It was super wierd. I'm not sure how to get passed this part of sleep paralysis. Any suggestions ?
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