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Ardosk
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LL, WILD, DEILD and Dream Clock
PostPosted: Mon 26 Sep, 2011  Reply with quote

Thanks to Lucid Living I was able to realize I was dreaming this morning. I woke up shortly after, but then, for the first time, DEILD worked for me. Behind my eyelids I started seeing images of a green skull ramming into me and talking to me. After a bit of that, a window opened in the distance, a flight-attender-ish voice kicked in and told me, "You are now entering your next dream, it will be a peaceful, enjoyable dream,"
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after which the window got closer and I entered the dream through it. After messing around for a bit, I decided to test the Dream Clock thing but woke up halfway through keying the times in. Does it matter whether I key in REAL TIME or DREAM TIME first?

Now that I've experienced that HI thing, I was wondering why WILD never works for me. My entire body goes numb but I don't get any imagery whatsoever. Am I supposed to keep my eyes still too? I don't think it's to do with the time I try it, as this morning I tried it just before I gave up and fell into the dream in which I realized I was dreaming, which was at about 3-4pm, 4-5 hours into my sleeping pattern. Am I falling asleep while trying to WILD and then waking up in the same position, with the same thoughts, or something?

Sorry if this is too many topics in one posts, didn't want to make too many.


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PostPosted: Thu 06 Oct, 2011  Reply with quote

I know what you mean as the many times I tried to WILD I ended up drifting into my thoughts, which I was sleeping, but thinking at the same time & awoke to it being like 4 or 5 hours later to find that nothing happened but I was still thinking about trying to WILD drifting in & out of consciousness. It was like watching a blank screen for what seemed like about 30 minutes.

Anyway about the dream clock, I don't think it matters but I'm not completely sure. I tried it once in a DILD, on a piece of paper .. taped to a computer screen ^^ ..
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Ardosk
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PostPosted: Thu 06 Oct, 2011  Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply, good to know I'm not the only one this happens to. At least now when I do get another LD I'll have a basic idea of times to set on the clock, I really didn't have a clue.

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