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Topic: Hand through palm
Nescio

Replies: 15
Views: 6187

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Hand through palm
Posted: Wed 10 Feb, 2010
Expect it to work. Hm, I'll do the nose test after all, then. You don't have to expect one to work either how.
 
Topic: Hand through palm
Nescio

Replies: 15
Views: 6187

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Hand through palm
Posted: Thu 28 Jan, 2010
I used to use the nose test, but the problem is that it takes so long. In a dream, it's only convincing after ten seconds or so. There's a way around this by trying to inhale or exhale deeply, but tha ...
 
Topic: Hand through palm
Nescio

Replies: 15
Views: 6187

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Hand through palm
Posted: Tue 26 Jan, 2010
While using the hand through palm RC, do you need to watch your hand, or is the sense of touch enough? Also, how reliable is this technique?
 
Topic: Auditive cues
Nescio

Replies: 5
Views: 2553

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Auditive cues
Posted: Fri 23 Oct, 2009
If the alarm repeats after five minutes, it can't be very useful to induce lucid dreams, since they'll only last for five minutes.

Try Apimac Timer (Google it). It repeats automatically. I set it t ...
 
Topic: Auditive cues
Nescio

Replies: 5
Views: 2553

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Auditive cues
Posted: Fri 23 Oct, 2009
You might skip that first half hour, since you'll be in NREM sleep then. 5.5 to 6.5 hours would be better, unless I'm mistaken.
 
Topic: Auditive cues
Nescio

Replies: 5
Views: 2553

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Auditive cues
Posted: Thu 22 Oct, 2009
Has anyone ever tried a recording as cue that said "You are dreaming" in REM sleep, quietly so as to not wake you up?
 
Topic: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Nescio

Replies: 7
Views: 6390

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Posted: Sun 23 Aug, 2009
HI is per definition before sleep. That's why it's called hypnagogic ("leading sleep"). Until half a year ago, though, the hypnagogic imagery would occur instantaneously as soon as I'd close ...
 
Topic: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Nescio

Replies: 7
Views: 6390

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Posted: Wed 19 Aug, 2009
MILD and autosuggestion didn't work for me at all, and, well, is there really any other technique which isn't some variant of MILD, WILD or autosuggestion?
 
Topic: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Nescio

Replies: 7
Views: 6390

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: How Stay Awake for WILD?
Posted: Wed 19 Aug, 2009
Whatever I do I always fall asleep before HI occurs.

I've been trying an MP3 which plays a sharp note every minute for forty minutes, but I can't seem to find the right volume. Either it's too loud ...
 
Topic: Visualization Techniques
Nescio

Replies: 6
Views: 2473

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Visualization Techniques
Posted: Mon 17 Aug, 2009
Interesting. I heard of this earlier toda on a meditation forum. I actually used to do this quite often, but neglected it lately. I actually used this more as a means of increase my visual memory than ...
 
Topic: Visualization Techniques
Nescio

Replies: 6
Views: 2473

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Visualization Techniques
Posted: Mon 17 Aug, 2009
What is the best method of visualization? What I try is to first relax and then focus on any images I might already see in my mind's eye. I'm wondering if it's better to first concentrate on thinking ...
 
Topic: WILD: General Hints
Nescio

Replies: 9
Views: 2953

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: WILD: General Hints
Posted: Fri 24 Jul, 2009
Yes. WBTB has proven to be the best technique for me. But for some reason, I keep failing to just wake up and stay awake. I keep getting up in the morning and find that I've turned off my alarm in my ...
 
Topic: WILD: General Hints
Nescio

Replies: 9
Views: 2953

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: WILD: General Hints
Posted: Fri 24 Jul, 2009
Most binaural beats cost a lot of money, unless you would torrent them. Lifeflow is a lot cheaper than Holosync: http://www.project-meditation.org/lifeflow.html
Another cheap way to get binaural beat ...
 
Topic: Mood Swings
Nescio

Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Mood Swings
Posted: Thu 23 Jul, 2009
Thanks, I'll do that. Any nice examples of the former you can think of, people who explore themselves in lucid dreaming, that is?
 
Topic: Mood Swings
Nescio

Replies: 9
Views: 2196

Forum: Quest for Lucidity
Subject: Mood Swings
Posted: Wed 22 Jul, 2009
I read a lucid dream journal that once but was sorely disappointed how boring they were… I guess it depends from person to person how interesting they are.

Anyone know a topic where really interest ...
 
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