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WILD - An user friendly tutorial
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WILD - An user friendly tutorial

WILDÖ the holy grail of lucid dreaming. You can have a lucid dream any time you want to, as long as you keep focused! Whatís better than that? If you do it correctly, youíre almost guaranteed to have a lucid dream, though doing it wrong can be terribly frustrating, and easier than you think. ohno This is a tutorial that's easy to see how far you get with pictures. SoÖ letís get wild!

WILD is best done right after waking up, or in afternoon naps. That doesnít stop you from doing it before going to bed. If you are doing it before bed, I recommend you do it after a long day. Step number one is to relax yourself while in your bed/couch/chair/coffin. There are plenty of relaxation methods to use. If you donít know any, just pretend youíre getting massaged. If you havenít already, close your eyes. Right when you close your eyes, youíll probably see random colors. Hereís an example:

Ainít that pretty? Remember that the colors will be different (You can actually change them at will.). Now, the second step is to keep your mind busy, but your body absolutely still. You can keep your mind busy by counting, watching the images (watch them passively!), listening to your breathing/heartbeat, or even repeating a mantra (Just in case you fall asleep, you can always get a MILD!). When counting, I suggest counting like this, ď1, Iím dreaming, 2, Iím dreaming, 3, Iím dreaming, etc, Iím dreaming.Ē So, if you are dreaming, it'll be easier to remember to reality check. reality check After awhile of this, you should start seeing more geometric patterns, like this:

It should be moving, also. Those patterns are the building blocks of dreams! You should start feeling numbness in your body, and also some tingling. Thatís good. It means youíre getting into a state known as sleep paralysis. Donít worry, though, you go through it every night. Your brain makes sure you donít act out your dreams in your sleep. Soon the geometric patterns will turn into actual images. If you do see images, you might start hearing sounds, like random mumbling, buzzing, doors opening, footsteps, your name being called, and family members/friends talking. scared These sounds arenít real, they are known as hypnagogic hallucinations. The images are known as hypnagogic imagery. If your eyes were open, youíd see hypnagogic hallucinations, which could be anything from sweet unicorns, to old witches. Donít open your eyes, though. Just keep your mind busy.
An example of some of the random imagery youíll see is below:

These images will start moving after a while. You might see one of the moving images, think itís a dream, and try to step in, only to be knocked right out of hypnagogia (the process of going to sleep). hand voor hoofd Just keep your mind busy. Eventually, the scene will become three dimensional. Allow yourself to be dragged into the dream naturally; donít will yourself to enter it. Remember, to keep your mind busy! After you are in the dream, youíre on your own with deciding what to do next. Hereís an example of a complete dream scene:

Happy dreaming, fellow lucid dreamer. As I always say, ďLive life to the fullest, dream dreams to fullestÖ in lucidity of course.Ē universe

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