This looks like an interesting technique, I might try it
From my limited knowledge about lucid dreaming- that seems like it may work! That would be a mighty coincidence if you just happened to have an LD when you tried it, and plus you can’t hope for it to work every single time.
I should try that sometime, although I have enough trouble sleeping with my eyes closed. =/
Looking forward to hearing about your results!
I’ll definetly be trying this one out tonight, even if I am just a novice. :o
I’m still working on my dream recall before I try to induce lucid dreams. Last night I didn’t remember a single dream, so I’m quite disappointed about that. D=
Although, it could have been because I only had like three hours of sleep last night. =/
to ImmortalxMurder: do you keep your dream diary?
I tried this technique last night, I lay there for half an hour trying to daydream, and found my eyes felt a bit dry, and I didn’t feel any different, so I thought “Sod this” and turned over and went to sleep normally.
I was tired and stressed, so could you blame me?
Well, sorry to hear that it didn’t work out, Thanks for testing it however.
I tried it also.I could feel my body went numb and I felt like I was spinning,but that’s about it.I couldn’t focus on the daydreaming part with my eyes open.I’m gonna try it again tonight
Tried this yesterday and and think I can get it to work with some practice. What happened yesterday, was that I started to have small fractions of dreams while lying there with my eyes open. After I’d had about 4 or 5 of these short dreams, I fell asleep, so I’m gonna try one more time tonight and try to be really aware of the stage where I start having these small dreams.
yes, but I just started this like five days ago. I recalled one dream pretty well tonight.
I tried this method again last night and I did manage to see HI,but at this point it was very hard keeping my eyes open so I fell asleep.I’ll try it again tonight
By the way Shake, This isn’t really a WILD attempt, we’re just trying to fall asleep with our eyes open. If you have a recall of your dreams, you should have a better counciousness/awareness in the dream which greatly helps become lucid.
oh.Well,I think it still can be used as WILD because keeping your eyes open keeps your mind busy
Could this be unhealthy?
I tried this last night and had a problem of my eyes feeling dry and getting stuff in them. (I keep my windows open so there is a slight breeze) Gonna try again tonight with my airsoft goggles on. Hopefully I can get farther along.
I’m just asking. Some people here describe their eyes getting dry or stuff getting in them. Maybe this is unhealthy, I don’t know.
I would really like to try it out. I just want to be safe.
You close your eyes autiomaticly as you fall asleep (Right?).
(Don’t say anything about not posting in an old topic, this is an interesting one)
I should really find that podcast that Told me about it, but it’s mainly about keeping your eyes open ( don’t strain them until they go dry) until the moment you fall asleep, It’s actually alot how FILD works, keeping you’re Cerabellum active in your brain until the last second when you fall asleep and you get more of a sense of conciousness in your dream.
Infact, im gonna try and find that podcast.
EDIT: Found it
It’s about 3/4 of the way in.
Yuck, I hate those amature podcasters, they speak so… fony.
Why can’t people just speak normal, As if you’re having a conversation? It’s like they’re reading lines from a paper.