Lucid Dreaming is when you are aware in your dreams and can do whatever you want. Today, I will teach you how to preform wake induced lucid dreams (WILD) in 5 steps.
WILD lucid dreaming is known as more of a trickier technique and takes more time and effort to master. However, with these simple steps in the video you should be well on your way to achieving WILD lucid dreams. There are 5 steps in the video.
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Explore Lucid Dreaming I’m trying it on the weekend by meditation, waking up at 4 my rem, them focusing on the patterns on the inside of my eye lids then trying to see them in detail and if there is arms and you can move them you are in and do a reality check
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Hi. First of all, love your short but instructive tutorials. And the background videos and music , are wonderful. And right up there with Daniel Love's, in my opinion.
But I was hoping to get one clarification, on your wild technique. Do you go immediately into the technique, upon waking? And without moving your body , ( like as in the Deild technique)? Or do you first get up / stay up for awhile, and then return to bed, to proceed with the wild attempt?
Thanks and look forward to your reply!
+Jackvxll I lucid dream a few times a week but am working on achieving them every night. I plan on uploading weekly tutorials on lucid dreaming, in a clear and visually appealing style, to help people master it themselves!
Umm, dude, I tried lucid dreaming I had zero control. And demons were behind me whispering things. So I decided to wake up by closing my eyes. It didn't work. This is were the scary thing happened. I preformed all of the reality checks I knew since I had a little bit of control in that dream. Everything was fine. But when I thought it was time to go back to normal dreaming. I woke up on the roof. I don't know what would've happened if I didn't wake up. Please tell me that it is not lucid dreamings fault. I really wanna succeed. Oh and I can't remember my dreams, I saw your vid. But still. I cant
I actually have a natural timer to where I start to wake up and move around in my bed and fall back asleep. During this period, I tend to remember more of my dreams than outside. =^.^= When I was younger(maybe toddler, early childhood stage), I would have all these vivid dreams(well, more like nightmares) that tended to repeat themselves often. Eventually, I got to the point to where I would be able to somewhat alter the dream to escape it, but it always failed :P Now, I would remember those dreams in my current dreams(they are starting to combine together for some reason) and try to alter the 'path.' In a sense, I guess I have already been lucid dreaming, but I can't take full control. There were small instances where I was able to, and it was pretty amazing, but it's very rare. xD
I actually think i taught myself how to lucid dream in my dreams. Idk if im right since i dunno anything about it so i would greatly apreciate some advice of an experienced lucid dreamer. here's the story:
I often fall asleep with my pc on and youtube running. Sometimes i can still hear the youtube videos while i sleep and i can kind of form my dreams after the stuff i hear.(but im not included in those dreams. i cannot interact, i can just kind of visualize all the stuff going on in my own imagination)
After that i started to experience a different kind of dreaming. Dreams where i cannot control the place where will be dreaming neither the people i will dream of.
I can fully interact and talk/do what i want but i cannot change anything.
A couple weeks later i started to find out how to fly in my dreams. I always need really strong winds so i can jump up and glide in them, sometimes i find myself so high in the skies that im kinda afraid (scared of heights irl) but i pick up speed anyways and go full crazy mode. Sometimes i crash and wake up but i can "continue" the dream right where it stopped when i fall back asleep.
I started to figure out that if i'm missing wind to fly, i can simply create it just by "wanting it".
But somehow i lost my dream control in the last weeks. i can still control the stuff i do but i cannot change the way that the dream is playing out.
I always find myself in dangerous situations and i can feel how my body is physically reacting to panic situations in dreams (holding my breath, holding on to my bed etc)
It's super weird heres an example: I dream of me being a spiderman like guy and im swinging around the city. i dont want to start swinging since im afraid of heights but my body simply starts doing it. While i swing i can control where to land or wich direction whatever, but i cannot stop to swing and being afraid.
If anyone can hit me up with some help or experiences you made i'd be rly thankful! cheers!
How many nights does it take to get a lucid dream? I've been keeping a dream journal and doing reality checks for 4 days, tried mulitple techniques, and have yet to have a lucid dream. I will say though that i am beginning to remember more details about my normal dreams.
I also dreaming about a werewolf sneaks into my room while i paralysed and he kidnapped me trough the forest and i realized ive been lucid dreaming and i ask him where is the way of my home and once he told me the way *THE ALARM WAKES ME UP AND IM TRIGGERED ABOUT THAT AND I STILL DONT KNOW THE WAY OF HOME*
Help needed. I wake up at 6 am and i still haven’t went back to bed and it 8 am. I have been doing the finger method,counting, and repeating “ I will have a lucid dream” I can’t seem to fade into the dream
Aj Portillo try this for a few weeks because doing it every few hours will make ur brain used to it. So when ur asleep ur brain will do the method and realize that you are in a dream. If that doesn’t work try doing other methods
EpikRexz lol if that was true tho also I’m not sure you know what the scp foundation is but it’s some community type thing and there’s a scp that’s invisible until you put on some 3d glasses btw scp’s are anomalies or otherworldly creatures
Sometimes i wake up in the middle of the night and then fall into a half kind of sleep and still experience dreams but they're just like my normal dreams I can't control anything and I can't really interact with anything and the thing that's keeping me from fully waking up is my eyes are closed if I open them I'm out of the dream and I can't come back
i could never enter a lucid dream before though i tried hard but today i took a nap for about 30 minutes, woke up, and went back to sleep, went riiight into a lucid dream. i didnt know it was a dream at the start but i randomly did an RC and i was shocked it worked!! how can you explain this? thanks!
I’ve heard of lucid dreaming but I never knew you could learn... I’ve always sort of had a tiny bit of control in terms of story I want my dreams to be (which I think is pretty cool by it self), but being able to learn how to be in full control is pretty cool... I think I’ll stick around this channel for a while :)
Also... your voice sounds sort of like the guy from Fresh (he reads off of reddit)
Gavin Guy you can open your eyes but everyone has different “side affects” like some may leave the paralysis if they open their eyes and some might still be in it. I heard someone opened their eyes during it and it just made it worse. But don’t worry it’s different for everyone. Just reassure ur self that, you’re dreaming, you’re safe.
Natxchi during sleep paralysis just repeat these sentences:
“I’m safe, I’m dreaming.”
Try not to open your eyes because it will make the paralysis feel more real and you might not feel safe. A few people get out of the paralysis when they open their eyes. Everyone is different so maybe try the 2 options
Whenever I set an alarm to wake me up later, I literally can’t fall asleep. I feel like I won’t sleep in time and I’ll mess up the alarm and won’t wake in REM. Anyone have suggestions or know how to solve this?
Jtheplayer you might get it entering the lucid dream. Anyone can get it at anytime(of course when sleeping). You can prevent it by relaxing and not sleeping at the back. If u sleep straight and on your back there is a higher chance you can get sleep paralysis.
Do you HAVE to set an alarm to wake yourself up a few hours after you go to sleep? I am sharing a room with someone and don’t want to wake them up, but I want to experience a vivid lucid dream.
Edit: I have five likes but no answers. Can someone please answer my question?
Are there any differences in the quality of the dream, like is a Wild lucid dream better than a Mild or is one more likely to work (after you practised it for long enough) than another?
Really curious about this, would be glad if sb with experience could answer my question :D
So i do have a lucid dream last week and i see a beautiful girl but i feel scared so i force my self to wake up but when i wake i still see your shadows in my room can't take back the love that i gave you....
When I was like 5 or 6 years old, I was really interested in my dreams and I was always eager to experience a new one. Lucid dreams would come to me naturally, sometimes I would even be fully aware as soon as the dream started. Once I even did a WILD intuitively in like 10 minutes. Later on I wasn't as good as before. Then I rediscovered lucid dreaming and started practicing. I really enjoyed flying above the mountains and exploring the dream world. I recently lost motivation, but now I'm ready to come back and practice like never before.
Have you ever tried to overlay a dream on reality? Its hard to do but try looking at a wall and imagine a square on it and do your best to "see" it. The way i think of it is like actually seeing the wall but also convincing yourself that the object is there. It works best in a dark room of course. Im sure at least someone has tried this! Well have fun and good luck with you lucid dreaming!
I’m bingeing these to make my chances really high lol. I’m really interested in getting this to work. I think I’ve been lucid before, but it might’ve just been the whole point of the dream, because it was like I was trying to escape the dream world, so I’m not sure if I actually knew I was dreaming for real. Also, this dream was awesome! It was like a fully fledged movie! It even had the all is lost moment, from what I remember. I was losing hope, and the people who were on the adventure with me (yes, there were even people who were helping me) were like, “No man! You can do this!” And so I continued on. I remember when I woke up, I was like, “YES! I’M OUT! I DID IT!” Looking back on it, I kinda wanna see those people again, but I don’t know if my brain could make them, since it was a long time ago and I don’t even remember hat they looked like. I do remember one of them was a small (maybe pink, but I don’t r member) thing that flew... I think... anyway, I’m really interested in being fully lucid!
I love this channel so much but I really need to know it the sleep paralysis isn’t scary because I hate ghost voices and things I can hear but can’t see I’m also afraid of dead things I’m also 13 years old
Hello, i am a beginner at lucid dreaming. I’ve watched few of your videos about it and they’re really good! Can’t believe you’re already at 46K subscribers that’s crazy. But anyway, i’ve been wanting to try the WILD technique but whenever i try to stay calm at night and don’t move any muscle on my body, i always have the urge to swallow, move my tongue or for some reason the spit in my mouth forms more and mor. Is there a way i can prevent that? Do i have to ignore it and keep my mind focused on the breathing? I’d appreciate some feedback,thank you
For some reason, this method has always been intuitive for me. In fact, I've tried the method where you go to sleep and somehow wake up during the dream, but that has never worked. This method seems to work any time I go to sleep. My problem, however, is that when I start having dreams or being in the sleep paralysis state, those dreams only last a couple seconds--not even long enough to find out what's going on! Then, when I start trying to create my own dreams from there, those two-second dreams keep interrupting what I'm trying to do. It seems like the best time for me to do this is while I'm still mostly awake, since I have more control then and am less likely to slip into total unconsciousness.
@gabriel santos i did that rn its 5 am and i fking moves alot cuz dint know my best position is and i almost fall sleep when my cousin turn on the washing machine it distracts me , man my cousin always do that can i try lucid dream ?
I managed to do wild when I first went to the bed long ago but the dream was short and ended quickly I yelled "Stay awake!" In my head to keep my mind awake it's not worth doing it when you first go to bed.
I have been practicing staying still and calm in bed before I even start attemping WILD. Ive kinda always had trouble simply breathing "smoothly" when laying down like this, everything is so quiet and so my heartbeat interferes with the exhaling. But anyway, I've been trying to focus strongly on my breathing/meditate while staying still, and I'd say I've gotten fairly good at keeping the breathing steady even after laying still for a whole hour which is a really long time to be so still and not get frustrated. The only problem i encounter now is when my brain is giving signals (urge to move etc), my leg would eventually twitch no matter how hard i try to avoid it. Does this become less of an issue when actually doing WBTB? Again, so far I've only been practicing staying calm and still, not wbtb.
+Rootb if your brain automatically causes you to move, don’t worry and don’t think about it because it’s just checking if you’re awake. You’re very close! If you do a form of WBTB where you’re not required to enter a dream directly (ex. MILD) you won’t have this problem.
@A Rezerd the mage If you mean "can i do something to get into a lucid dream right when i hop into bed before having ANY sleep", the answer is that's a bad idea. Let me explain:
When you start sleeping, you go through stages. Lets say there are 8 stages. You begin sleeping you are at stage 1. You keep on sleeping and get to stage 6. Now you wake up and if you fall asleep again, it doesn't reset, it continues, so you are still at stage 6! Stage 6 is going to have a lot more complex and longer dreams. Trying to have a lucid dream at stage 1 is not only going to be very hard since you haven't slept yet, but also stage 1 is going to last very very short. So yea thats a very bad idea.
But if you mean "do i have to set am alarm at 4-5am" then the answer is no. You could attempt it when you naturally wake up as well. You can also if you are very dedicated to it, do a lot of reality checks(and/or other things like writing down dreams) in real life and that way you become lucid before even waking up. It depends on what works for you, different things work for different people.
Hey man nice to see honest advice🙏😇✌️😜🇬🇧I have managed to float around my bedroom, walk around also and I've tried door and window handles, an they feel solid!! Haha! Trust me I was definitely in lucidity! My problem is how do I change the room I'm in ? So I can travel? Because I'm stuck in in my bedroom about 15/20 times in the last 4months and I'm puzzled on how to make my scenery change? Is it just thought? I am sure it is, I tried thinking with my eyes closed after separating from myself but that woke me up and now I think I have to impulsively just fire a location if imagery in my mind, eyes open and hopefully I'll be in a spaceship with my new found friends The Palaidiens🇬🇧🙏😇✌️😜🇬🇧❤️❤️❤️❤️👻⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️
+Talukder Raiyan just think positively and close your eyes, try to enter a lucid dream and visualize good things. You can always wake yourself up from sleep paralysis by breathing irregularly if it’s too much.
You mentioned something about smell. I’ve been welding for the past 15 years, plus learning in high school in my dads auto shop. Not a whole lot of people that I’ve met know about this, but welding will take away your sense of smell over time. I’ve lost mine, it’s 100% gone. Do you think that I’d be able to smell in a lucid dream? If so, I’m trying this right away. I took my nose’s ability for granted.
+FluffyPurpleUnicorn yes, for sure you can smell in your dreams as long as you’ve had that ability before. People who became blind can still see in their dreams, as opposed to being born blind and dreaming in complete black. As long as you’ve experienced the sense before, you can dream it.
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