An easy WILD technique: visualizing colours

very interesting. Seems like a sound technique, perhaps I’ll try it soon.

I’ll give a post on whether or not I believe it works, but unlike a lot of techniques out there (not on this site or dream views) this sounds like it could work.

It seems like an interesting technique to me, and I’ll give it a try, although I’ve already had plenty of luck with lucid dreaming in the first place. In fact, back when I was doing well with it, I had also managed to convince my SC that lucid dreaming was easy. :yes: I suppose it works differently from person to person, but I’ll give this method a shot just to see if it produces any effects for me.

Yeah, I’m gonna give it a try too. I wish it was THAT easy - visualising some colours! :cool:

I have a question, do you have to visualize the colors in your mind’s eye - like just thinking of a rose, or really seeing the color red before you? You can see all colors in your closed eyelid too, I’m not sure what I should do.

Yes, you have to see it.

my question, with WBTB or not?

I might try it tonight, seeing as how it’s a weekend and all.

I don’t know, either.
I’m gonna try without WBTB.

Doesn’t it sound more lika a “colour” technique then a sound? :tongue:

Anyway, I’ll try this technique, seems to be basic enough to actually work!
This exercise is included in a yoga nidra-CD I often listen to (“See a red rose, an orange, a yellow tulip, etc.”).

That still doesn’t really answer my questions. If I think of a rose, or something red else, I see it too, but it’s a difference if I do that or use my closed eyelid to see it with my real eye.

I never physically “saw” anything. I would just imagine a red car for example, from an angle until I “felt” like “ok, I processed that one, visualized it, felt it”. This technique is really like an exercise for your mind. Somehow visualizing colors and light triggers something.

You can be creative, like imagining… a green naked fairy chick! or a big purple marijuana plant… or a yellow orange, an orange banana…

I never “saw it” with my eyes, but just imagining things and cycling through colors definitely can trigger an experience that can change one’s life, at least it did for me. Took a few days to practice it though.

Yes ^^ this is a very effective technique ^^ I use this to go into Alpha state :smile: As I’ve said in another post my mother taught me this years ago, as she has learned it from her psychology class in college. It’s definately worth the effort :content:

my dad has some internet blocker up and when i went there because it was categorized as “illegal” and “news”, :-P. i guess there’s a law against LD’s.

Lol, totse is a very controversial website. Here I’ll just paste it for you.

Visualization Excercises.

As you close your eyes, and make yourself confortable, I want you to visualize colors…

The Spectrum, in fact.


This process is an excellent relaxation technique, and brings you closer
to your subconscious mind while in the waking state.

First Color = Red… Think of the color red… Actually see this color in
your mind’s eye. It can be a red spot… or a red porche, a red rose…
Anything red… You simply have to make sure that the color red has been seen
and experienced.

Second Color = Orange… Do the same as with the first… See the color orange in your mind’s eye.

Do this same process for all of the colors upon falling asleep…

You dont need to do this every night. Once a week is fine… However…
You might find that its an extremely relaxing state that the excercise puts
you in… So, you might wanna do it more often.

This excercise puts you in a relaxed, alpha state… as well as stimulates
your inner eye for detail during dreaming.

Many times, you will find that you fall asleep before you even reach
Violet… this is good… because you will most likely find youself in a dream
of the last colored object that you were imagining.


Hmmm. I guess I’ll try this one. Visualizing colors… seems interesting.

I tried it yesterday, I always fell into that state of blackout while doing it, then I woke up and thought “shit, I have to visualize colors”.

Hey, I’ll try this tonight :happy:
Who knows, it might work :content:

Yes, that’s what I did. Last night. It helped me to relax my body, eventually it fell asleep. But I wasn’t in a very comfortable position and my ear hurt. I also heard weird sounds coming from a distance. I wasn’t scared. Then I had this “click” and felt like my stomach had been pulled in from inside for a second or two. Now THAT was weird. I knew then that my body had fallen asleep. I waited for some more, but eventually got bored, cause nothing happened. I was supposed to be entering my dream. :neutral:

ho ho, how funny we are :tongue:

I think I’m going to try it tonight, so I’ll post in the morning my findings.

Yeah, my common sense is telling me to stick with what I know works rather than try a bunch of new things.

Last night, like I said, Ive been practicing this every night again. So last night I had one! It was great! I walked outside of my door knowing “ok Im dreaming” and immediately flew without any doubts I could fly, which felt awesome. I went up into the sky in front of my house, then spun around, looked around, everything was real looking, and stable. I made a very important mental note to realize “Im aware and dreaming” and to remember it. This technique delivers!

From what I can remember, I cycled through the colors at least 3 times, getting carried away here and there but I kept trying for as long as I could, imagining basketballs, cars, trees, all kinds of stuff. I’ve never gone STRAIGHT into an LD from this technique, but I sure have had LDs from it. My first one ever came from this technique… Keep up with it! If it works, post back your results.

Glad to hear it’s working for ya classical! :content: I’m gonna keep up with it too, the results I got last night were good imo, though I didn’t get any lucid dreams. But I think I can try WILD with this. :cool_laugh:

But I have a question for you, classicalhisux. Did you repeat it (3 times)until you fell asleep? Or did you just go through it three times and then thought about other stuff until you fell asleep?