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Kurei
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PostPosted: Thu 30 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

Well i've been trying MILD and WILD for a few days now, and both give me results, not lucidity yet, but better recall than i had before.

My tech. is simply the "Im going to sleep now, im going to dream, when i wake-up i'll remember my dream" for the MILD (i'll go into WILD in the correct thread) and its improved my recall, but thats just about it

I was wondering if anyone has advice to improve the quality of my recall's or to reach decent lucidity (for ex., should i think about a previous dream i had or no ?, etc)

Also, say i wanted to dream about something specific, any tips on how to achieve that ?


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PostPosted: Fri 31 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

To get into a specific dream you would 'daydream' of what you wanted to be in and start doing RC in them and sooner or later it would turn into a dream. You would do this normally with the previous dream you had when your trying MILD+WBTB

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PostPosted: Fri 31 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

kT4all wrote:
To get into a specific dream you would 'daydream' of what you wanted to be in and start doing RC in them and sooner or later it would turn into a dream. You would do this normally with the previous dream you had when your trying MILD+WBTB


Does the previous dream have to be the actual previous dream (say from the previous night) or can it be any previous dream ?

Just curious.


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PostPosted: Fri 31 Aug, 2007  Reply with quote

Kurei wrote:
kT4all wrote:
To get into a specific dream you would 'daydream' of what you wanted to be in and start doing RC in them and sooner or later it would turn into a dream. You would do this normally with the previous dream you had when your trying MILD+WBTB


Does the previous dream have to be the actual previous dream (say from the previous night) or can it be any previous dream ?

Just curious.


Well you could do any previous dream I suppose, but what I'm saying is that you go to sleep normally and you have a dream and then you wake up at like 3 AM and you do the dream that you just dreamed and you do that with MILD + WBTB


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PostPosted: Wed 26 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Sorry about the question if there was the answer, but I tried to find it. I tried MILD 4 times, I get LD only after 2nd try. If I will be training everyday, will results be better? I think that 25% chance for the beggining is pretty good, but I expect little more than 25% in the future. Will practice make my chances higher?

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PostPosted: Thu 27 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Can somebody answer? smile

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PostPosted: Thu 27 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Jecht wrote:
Sorry about the question if there was the answer, but I tried to find it. I tried MILD 4 times, I get LD only after 2nd try. If I will be training everyday, will results be better? I think that 25% chance for the beggining is pretty good, but I expect little more than 25% in the future. Will practice make my chances higher?

That is a brilliant result for someone just starting to use MILD. It is difficult to say what the percentage will become with practice. All i can say is that you appear to have a natural ability to LD so it looks good grin



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PostPosted: Sat 29 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

LaBerge have about 21 LDs per month with his MILD technique. Can anyone master it to that level or just MILD works great for him?

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PostPosted: Sat 29 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

I think MILD is the most powerful technique to induce LDs.
Training is very important, especially for this way of inducing LDs because everything depends on your subconscious and that doesn't learn things from one day to another. The longer you try, the higher is your chance to get a lucid dream.

~moritz


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PostPosted: Mon 19 Nov, 2007  Reply with quote

<mod>moved into first steps to MILD </mod>

:D

Don't know if anyone remembers me, I posted alot last winter. Just wanted to say hey, and it's nice to be back.

Also, any tips on how i can use mild with my schedule? Getting up at 5:30 fails neutral


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PostPosted: Mon 19 Nov, 2007  Reply with quote

There is a welcome back thread in The Gathering part of the forums post there ^^

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<mod>moved into First Steps to MILD moogle </mod>

Hi I am posting this because i can't find anything on MILD ing. I know MILDing is reminding your self to remember you are dreaming before you go to sleep, but is there anything else i should know, possibaly specific techniques.


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PostPosted: Sun 09 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

Umm, I think there is an FAQ section of MILD. So you can just post your questions there.

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well , i started doing RC about 1 month ago and everytime i go to sleep i say i wanna have a LD, and every time i remember my dreams sometimes at 50% sometimes i remember them all, but i havent a LD yet...i am doing anything wrong?

P.D: sorry for my bad english, im mexican :D


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PostPosted: Mon 10 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

First of all you did very well with your english, second, to answer your question based on what you said you are doing it right. I usually say "the next time I am dreaming i will realize I am dreaming. Remember sometimes this takes a couple weeks and sometimes a couple of months to work (it different for everyone...). I took me half of a month. Just keep practicing and I bet you will have your first lucid dream any day now!
Hope this helped,
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