WILD: sound technique - has anyone successfully used this?
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#16:  Author: jburrowes PostPosted: Sun 31 Jul, 2011
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I've noticed that when I eat ice cream or too much Starbucks whipped cream my ears ring more. That's the only way I eat dairy btw. That and cheese on the odd burger.

JB


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#17:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Tue 02 Aug, 2011
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jburrowes wrote:
I've noticed that when I eat ice cream or too much Starbucks whipped cream my ears ring more. That's the only way I eat dairy btw. That and cheese on the odd burger.

JB


Dont do it this way. Better concentrate in silence and carefully listen.... Your diet seems a bit...unhealthy. There are claims that say that food affects dreams...

#18:  Author: Limitles PostPosted: Tue 02 Aug, 2011
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Then how come sometimes randomly when its not necissarily quiet, you suddenly hear the ringing very loud? like completly out of the blue---

#19:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Wed 03 Aug, 2011
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Limitles wrote:
Then how come sometimes randomly when its not necissarily quiet, you suddenly hear the ringing very loud? like completly out of the blue---

That does not happen to me and if it causes you pain or bothers you lot, then its not natural and you should go to doctor.

I dont think that what i have is disease or "tinnitus". I have it since birth.
I can hear it even in daily life, in my case all i have to do is a little concentration. As i said for me its like breathing - i notice it only when i get aware of it.

And the author of technique has explanations that claims that its brain signals altering consciousness to dream or something like that.

#20:  Author: Jexius PostPosted: Wed 03 Aug, 2011
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BeRightBack wrote:
Stupid topic...I wasn't conscious of the annoying ringing sound in my ears till I read this topic. It's like being told that the next time you swallow you'll hear a popping sound. overspannen

BTW, I didn't even know what tinnitus was nor did I know that not everyone else hears this sound in their ears. One moment you're healthy, the next moment you suddenly have a 'condition', arghhh.


Same, and you just made it worse! cry

#21:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Wed 03 Aug, 2011
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My technique here:
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#22:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Thu 04 Aug, 2011
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Jexius wrote:
BeRightBack wrote:
Stupid topic...I wasn't conscious of the annoying ringing sound in my ears till I read this topic. It's like being told that the next time you swallow you'll hear a popping sound. overspannen

BTW, I didn't even know what tinnitus was nor did I know that not everyone else hears this sound in their ears. One moment you're healthy, the next moment you suddenly have a 'condition', arghhh.


Same, and you just made it worse! cry



IT IS NOT CONDITION. Be calm. ^^

#23:  Author: Limitles PostPosted: Thu 04 Aug, 2011
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cheerfuldreamer wrote:
Limitles wrote:
Then how come sometimes randomly when its not necissarily quiet, you suddenly hear the ringing very loud? like completly out of the blue---

That does not happen to me and if it causes you pain or bothers you lot, then its not natural and you should go to doctor.



no i hear it like that maybe once a month for a span of about 10 seconds - and its comepletely random i never listen to really loud music soo idk....

#24:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Thu 04 Aug, 2011
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Limitles wrote:
no i hear it like that maybe once a month for a span of about 10 seconds - and its comepletely random i never listen to really loud music soo idk....


This too sometimes happen to me, but thats not that sound...or it wont help even if it is, because its beyond your will...if you want to hear it, do whats recommended ^^


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#25:  Author: CRW PostPosted: Fri 05 Aug, 2011
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The "Listening In" technique is a bit tricky if you haven't experienced the sound before. My advice is to listen for the sound and tune into it, rather than try to create the sound. When the crazy vibrations start to kick in and the sound gets more and more intense, you know you've tuned into the right sound and you're about to enter the dream world :D

#26:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Fri 05 Aug, 2011
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CRW wrote:
The "Listening In" technique is a bit tricky if you haven't experienced the sound before. My advice is to listen for the sound and tune into it, rather than try to create the sound. When the crazy vibrations start to kick in and the sound gets more and more intense, you know you've tuned into the right sound and you're about to enter the dream world :D


Nobody said you should "create" the sound.
You use the technique? Easy isn't it? ^^ I love it. I learned to have LD at will by this...

#27:  Author: CRW PostPosted: Fri 05 Aug, 2011
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cheerfuldreamer wrote:
CRW wrote:
The "Listening In" technique is a bit tricky if you haven't experienced the sound before. My advice is to listen for the sound and tune into it, rather than try to create the sound. When the crazy vibrations start to kick in and the sound gets more and more intense, you know you've tuned into the right sound and you're about to enter the dream world :D


Nobody said you should "create" the sound.
You use the technique? Easy isn't it? ^^ I love it. I learned to have LD at will by this...


Same, it's my favourite way. I've actually had WILD's that way when i was home sick, before I even knew what lucid dreaming meant, it's that easy :D
I said not to create the sound because I used to make that mistake of doing that and it would just keep me awake tounge1

#28:  Author: gamblino100 PostPosted: Fri 05 Aug, 2011
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i have noticed this noise before it has happened on occasion in wakeing life butni never realised it is always there. I might have to give it a go doing WBTB. I have only had 3 LD s and two of them I purdy sure I went straight into doing MILD but I seem to wake very quickly doing this grrr . Hard to really say I know, because I have only done this twice but that was my experience both times. maybe my body was still too awake or something I dont know.

#29:  Author: Dark Stranger PostPosted: Sun 07 Aug, 2011
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gamblino100 wrote:
i have noticed this noise before it has happened on occasion in wakeing life butni never realised it is always there. I might have to give it a go doing WBTB. I have only had 3 LD s and two of them I purdy sure I went straight into doing MILD but I seem to wake very quickly doing this grrr . Hard to really say I know, because I have only done this twice but that was my experience both times. maybe my body was still too awake or something I dont know.


Yes definitely give it a try ^^ . WBTB is not neccesary, use it only if you are tired and likely to fall asleep fast.

#30:  Author: Matteo PostPosted: Sun 07 Aug, 2011
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I can't hear anything?



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