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Who here have perfected the WILD technique?

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Dreamcatcher
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Who here have perfected the WILD technique?
PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

I'm just beginning to practice it and have yet to succeed. In the long run though it seems, in theory, that if I became proficient enough I'd be able to WILD every night. The potential of WILD is to be able to enter the REM state conscious and have lucid dreams at will. This would represent the highest form of proficiency in the WILD technique. My question is whether any of you hardcore lucid dreamers have achieved a high degree of success with WILD? And if so, what specific WILD technique has been most helpful to you? Thanks.

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PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

Yea! I have :D Basically since beginning here at LD4All I could WILD my way into LDs at will. I've done it so much now that it's as natural as going to sleep rolleyes

WILD was pretty hard...more so in the evenings, but I can do it pretty much whenever now rechterduim omhoog met knipoog

Personally I like to deviate from the traditional naptime/daytime WILDs, and just WILD in the evening when I normally go to sleep yes Because I fall asleep pretty fast, it just happens--so I enter dreams very quickly. No real explainging it...I just do it--like Nike grin

If I am just a little bit awake, though I usually just have sex with my gf and that gets me drowsy afterward. I heard that can hinder your chances, but it helps me, I guess geenidee

Yea...too much info--besides not everyone can use the same tech...I guess daydreaming works fine, too nervous until you fall asleep into a dream, ya know


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PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

If WILD became so much of a habit, wouldn't you loose consciousness since it was a habit? So I think you would still have to try hard to WILD, but I think it would eventually become easier.

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PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

I am still trying to WILD, although I've had great experiences with it. I have had 3 full LDs, but I have been trying this for about 4-5 years.

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PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

Samsta2007 wrote:
If WILD became so much of a habit, wouldn't you loose consciousness since it was a habit? So I think you would still have to try hard to WILD, but I think it would eventually become easier.

I suppose so for some people...I just don't have to try as hard as it had been hyped up to be geenidee


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PostPosted: Thu 19 Jul, 2007  Reply with quote

The last two days have been my first WILD-free days in three months, and I still haven't succeeded with it. Hopefully I'll make it and become good at it.

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