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7 Common WILD Problems

October 7th, 2012 by Lence | Comments Off

WILDs, or Wake-Initiated Lucid Dreams, are arguably the most discussed type of lucid dream among oneironauts and for good reason. A “WILD” can be very challenging to pull off, but the experience is at least as rewarding. Let’s look at some of the most common problems and their solutions…


Raising Your Awareness

July 7th, 2012 by Rox | 2 Comments

Now, a point that is really, really important. When you are lucid, you are aware in a dream. If you aren’t completely aware in your waking life, how on earth do you hope to become aware in a dream regular? It is difficult to stay aware a long period in your waking life. When you [...]


Using Your Imagination

July 1st, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

So, I’m in the middle of my last exams of the year, little less time for lucid dreaming. But this won’t stop me! I maybe found a way to induce lucid dreams that works for me, I still have to put it to a test but I think the chances are big! Now there are [...]


Sleep rhythm

June 8th, 2012 by Rox | Comments Off

What is very important to your lucid dreaming training? It’s sleep of course! And the way how is also very important! This isn’t about the perfect way your body should lay in order to have a lucid dream, but it’s about sleep rhythms. Brand new sleep rhythm I started to introduce WBTB to my sleep [...]


Lucid roadblock

June 1st, 2012 by Rox | 3 Comments

I’m having trouble with my lucid dreams and it might be a common problem along lucid dreamers but I’m not sure. What is it that stops me from attaining lucid dreams?  I’m having a certain blockade. I wasn’t the star lucid dreamer but I was able to have them, not at will but I would [...]




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