[software] Infinity

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[color=darkblue]“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Confucius

Programmed & Written by: BenDrummin58
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FAQ
What is Infinity?
How does the program work?
How much time do I have to take out of my day to do this?
Are there any guarantees in using this program?
How did the testers react to the program?
Is this free?
An excerpt from Infinity

What is Infinity?
The purpose of Infinity is basically to allow the user to have lucid dreams in the time frame of 1 to 2 weeks. The idea is for people to use this to get out of dry-spells or for new-comers to use this to have their first lucid dream.

How does the program work?
Unlike Lucid Warp, Infinity will be a little more solid technique based. It’s a day to day plan where you basically keep adding on more and more activities to a routine that you establish. The idea is to put your mind on over-load so that you have a lucid dream no matter what. By no means will this program give you the ability to lucid dream at will; however, it might put you in the right direction. By using this training software to have much needed lucid dreams, you’ll obtain more motivation and will be much more fit to persue the art of lucid dreaming on your own. Think of this as a powerful kickstart to get you going.

How much time do I have to take out of my day to do this?
Lucid dreaming takes dedication and practice, and all I can say is the amount of time necessary is completely up to how much you are willing to do. If you go full throttle with this, then as the days in the training progress, you will spend ultimately up to around 30 minutes to 50 minutes a night. Now, after that training period, you can spend as little as no time and still achieve lucidity. As said before, everything is completely up to how you function.

Are there any guarantees in using this program?
Guarantees are risky to make, but if everything goes as planned (that is if everybody sees this program the way I do) then a user should be able to have at least one lucid dream within a week of using this. Might sound long to some, but it certainly is short enough for others who might be on a dry-spell.

How did the testers react to the program?
Each tester was able to accomplish their main goal, making Infinity a 100% success in this testing period. Each person had at least 2 lucid dreams. One had up to 11 lucid dreams. This all proves that if you are on a dry-spell or desire your first Lucid Dream, Infinity is definitely a considerable option. Below is the final results of testing.

Is this free?
Yes!

An excerpt from Infinity:

i’m going to check this out…the banner looks VERY nice, kudos Bendrummin!

also, Thegoods download keeps giving me a bad response from server, So i’m not sure if it is just me, or it does that for everyone.

the program seems to work fine without that…i guess I already have all the plugins and players.

Thank you :smile: . The Goods isn’t for running the program itself. It actually serves as part of the course routine. The .zip contains audio files and other necessary items for various induction techniques.

Anyway, I re-uploaded the file to mediafire and it still won’t let you download it. I went ahead and uploaded it to a different server.

Try this link instead:
Removed.

Let me know if you need anything else!

ok thank you :content: that one link works fine

well i had my first LD after 4 days of use (one day i didn’t even go to sleep, was up all night)

i had been previously trying to have one since Feb 10, so either your program kick started it or was just “about time” but I was using it :content:

Congratulations man! I read your DJ post and it sounds like you found yourself a good time! Keep up the dedication :smile:

Wow, I have to try this out! My dry spell has lasted over a full month and a half… that’s kinda lengthy. Well, once my computer gets working again, I’ll try it… that’s probably tomorrow :tongue:

First off I want to thank you for this program. I used it and on day six I had my second lucid dream ever.

Question: Since day six was just last night (and I had a lucid dream), am I supposed to continue with the entire program (and if so what is the suggested number of days to continue this program)?

i cant download the software :sad:

i can download the goods, but the software itself gets an error of the download session being expired :confused:

i tried to download both the windows and pdf and get the same issues :cry:

can anyone help?

Congratulations on your success :content:

As for your question, the answer is yes, you should continue with the entire program. Typical users and recommended instructions say that about six to seven days after day eight is most beneficial. So, that means the entire program from start to finish should last about two weeks. Now, if you’re finding yourself stressed from the routine, stopping the routine is completely up to you. In fact, if you reach that point, I’d recommend stopping entirely for a few days. Being stressed and unmotivated won’t give you lucidity.

As for download issues, I am currently in the process of adding another seperate link for each download of all of my software. If you’re reading this at the time of me posting, expect to see the links within the next half hour or so. Hopefully this should rid of any issues with rapidshare.

Thank you guys for your patience and congratulations to all who have obtained lucidity for the first time!

This looks amazingly helpful, and I’d like to thank you for your help in making other people have lucid dreams. However I’d like to know what is inside:
Is it sound files that I have to listen to in bed? If it’s that, then unfortunately I won’t be able to use it :sad:

What if I already did Day 1 and Day 2 before getting the program? Can I go straight to number 3 or should I start over?

are there files not included? because it mentions “mp3 music”, but none of the files can be considered music. just two hypnosis files and a 30 minute file telling me that i’m dreaming that kind of creeps me out.

The sound files are in “TheGoods” (link provided in first post). Unfortunately those are all of the non-protected ones that I could find. If you can provide anymore that are considered shared music (or have permission by the creator), feel free to post them up here and I’ll include them in “TheGoods”.

jpka159: I’m assuming you did Day 1 and 2 from the PDF. If that’s the case (or you had the information from the program some other way), then it’s encouraged that you progress to day 3. If you have had a somewhat large gap since you’ve done Day 1 and 2, then I’d suggest restarting.

I had a dry spell, and this got me a lucid dream on the 3rd day. It was the most lucid I’ve ever been in a dream too. I’m not really sure if it was just one long dream or a series of dreams. The whole thing took place in my house, but it is broken down into parts. Like, half of it took place solely in my computer room (there were surprisingly a lot of things to do in such a small room) and another part took place in basement, but I have no memory of ever leaving my computer room. Anyway, thanks a lot, this is a great program.

Ooooh I had my first too! Great software! A+++

Is masturbation really as bad for dream recall as the software says?
I’m willing to make a sacrafice, but I’m not running for Jesus :neutral:

I’m not quite sure how to confirm whether or not masturbation can affect dream recall. I’ve done minor expriments on my own with several people, but could not conclude whether or not the results were the way they were due to placebo (such as thinking it would improve made it improve). Regardless, I wrote what I did in the software because regardless, masturbation might lead to a loss of dream recall. Take it out of the equation and you don’t have to run that extra risk. It’s of course up to you in the end.

How important is every step? This morning I was supposed to listen to one of the mp3 files before going back to sleep, but I fell asleep before I even got out of bed.
Should I just continue with the program, or do I have to start over?

Also, Day 8 says that the BWGEN is included in the project’s folder, but I can only find Infinity and its readme.

Just try your best and keep going, no need to start over (unless you just don’t do anything, hah).

If you look on the first post in the downloads section, you’ll see “The Goods required”. Download that and it’ll give you the files required.