You've heard of the WILD technique for lucid dreaming, right? If not watch my video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoYmbBptd0s
but why is it so DIFFICULT to get the wild method to actually work? Well, chances are you're not meditating enough for one, but also you might be doing it wrong.
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i was in my bed trying to get an image in my head,
i failed and i felt my body paralizing my limbs, i wasn't fully paralized but i layed in bed for 30 minutes feeling my limbs burning and slowly dissapering
The reason why I try to do lucid dream is becouse i dont remember my dreams and hasent since the past 4 years and so I cant do any other theqnicue than wild cuz most of them needs you to remember your dreams
I have vary good engrish
I am hearing a lot of different things from different channels.
One video says you have to stay focused while attempting WILD,
Another says your mind needs to relax just as much as your body does,
And now this video is saying the opposite again.
*_Which one is it?_*
I've been trying to lucid dream in general for 8 months now, and I've been attempting WILD specifically for 3 weeks straight.
I unfortunately haven't gotten any results and I'm starting to feel discouraged.
I'd say keep at it, i have been doing nothing but the WILD technique since i first discovered lucid dreaming, for the past 5 months i have primarily been doing WBTB + WILD and since then i have only recently had a lucid dream where i was partially aware but it is not all about the lucid dreaming at first.
I kept making progress in the beginning, going through the horrible roll over signals and then experiencing the colourful images and just falling asleep a lot, the roll over signals, colourful images and feelings of paralysis are results i would say, so have you experienced any of the roll over signals/images or has literally Nothing happened at all?
I find it absolutely fascinating that our brain is unimaginably intelligent yet we can still watch videos on how to trick it in thinking our body is asleep... to then trick it into thinking our body is asleep that same night xD thanks for the video i find them helpful :)
Got a few questions:
1. What if I need to swallow my spit? Does it affect this?
2. Every time I see a hint related to the dream world (For ex - vividly imagining the floor hovering above me for a second or a milisecond), I can feel my heartbeat races out of excitement and that vision disappears. Are these related? Or these small visions are meant to disappear and the heartbeat isn't related?
I personally cant do the WILD technique anymore, but i used to and YES you CAN swallow, you do it in your sleep, its only a problem if you make it a problem. I as well as alot of my friends swallow and still fell asleep, as for the 2nd thing i think it may be the hypnagogic stage or sleep paralysis
I feel like sometimes I just go back to sleep and don't really focus or try. But all of a sudden, I start feeling my body paralyze itself and my mind wakes up and I become aware again. The process feels incredible and gives me euphoria! I think this is the black void because at this point, I can start thinking about things and then the dream will form based on those thoughts (besides how good the vibrations feel.) I could probably do it intentionally but this happens pretty often enough, like when I don't feel too busy in life and WANT to have lucid dreams during these times periods. When I'm busy, I only get like 4 hours of sleep and maybe have 1-2 dreams regular. This is my way of balancing it and it works very well for me. But maybe I am focusing, just in pure meditative state, not even thinking about that. Who knows? Anyways, helpful video regardless.
I have been studying lucid dreaming on and off for around 2 months. The past 2 weeks all I have done all day everyday is hard research and I have started to take it seriously as in doing reality checks, wrong down my dreams and meditating twice daily. I noticed that my first few attempts I couldn’t actually fall asleep in the first place to do a wild, the thought off lucid dreaming kept me awake. The next attempts while doing a wild I woke up at 4:30am and lay perfectly still. I had struggled perfecting the swallow reflex and got past it. I then lay still not moving a muscle for over an hour and nothing happened. I gave up after an hour and a half of lying still and I could still move, my arms were a bit tingly but nothing else. Any recommendations on what to do? I’m not sure if it was because I hadn’t got enough sleep before or not or if I’m doing something wrong that’s stopping me going into sleep paralysis. Also, there wasn’t any colours/ shapes behind my eyes or anything. Please help, thanks
I have only tested it once but I managed on the first try but only for 1 hour the thing I did was I got realy tired so I didnt think so much cuz both my body and mind was tired it was about 1 am so i played on my back and focused on the eye lid not to hard and just layed there after a while I got itches and I wanted to turn around but managed to keep still. When the itching and and stuff stopped I could feel it starting to numb in my foot continuing up my legs then my arms and soon everything except my chest was numb becouse I was breathing pretty heavily about 30 after that my chest went numb and it started to spin I couldn't see anything and was more like freaking out at this time and the spinning kept going faster making me sick until I woke up. This whole experience made was so real I didnt believe I did it properly until today becouse I noticed that it felt like 20 mins but it was for about an hour I dunno if this helped but I wanted to share my experience
So I would recommend getting realy tired and testing it not after u wake up just do it when u go to bed
I did this yesterday and still feel sick
Another thing about me is i notice myself waking up literally, really tired super early in the morning and when i dont move and remember to stay still to do the WILD, i just wake up more even when i dont move a muscle
I had a WILD, last night, I had taken a nap earlier in the day, so when I went to bed; I was only mildly tired. I lay on my back for bit feeling restless like I might not get to sleep. Anyway, I did progressive relaxation, & dozed for a few seconds without realizing it. I was still laying on my back but much more relaxed & alert. I back to see hypnagogic dream scenes flash for awhile. Then they stopped & I noticed that I was seeing my room through closed eyelids. So, I decided to take the chance & get up. It felt like the classic OBE, as I was standing in my room looking at my body on the bed. anyway, I levitated a few feet up as further proof to myself. Then flew off to have fun exploring:)
Also, I've practiced meditation for many years; it helps for sure.
Hey I have been searching Google and online forms from so many days for my doubts ,but couldn't get an answer ,but I think you can answer my question, which is that in WILD technique does your dream begin with an OBE and do you FLOAT to your desired location in your lucid dream? Or you end up directly in your dream .. Curious to know this as the idea of floating and entering dream is so amazing.
And second question is that ,if thats the case isn't WILD technique astral projection or similar?
I am somewhat new to the whole thing,been trying for about 2-3 weeks now, haven’t really succeeded but I’ve been more relaxed, Able to sleep easier, and I’ve been able to recall my dreams more often,so even if I’m not lucid dreaming yet,I’m still getting something out of it,also I’ve been recalling dreams where I can somewhat control them but am not lucid,are these vivid dreams?
Awesome, I'm going to be offering private coaching on my site soon (over the next month or so) if you're interested, but failing that just keep trying, mix up your methods and reality checks, and stay positive!
give up? no way having a lucid dream 2-3 times a week is great i dont see it as bad i see it as somthing that takes a lot of work and time i am happy wait my results and proud but i always learning more to try and have a lucid dream every day.
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