Inducing Lucid Dreams Using a Timer

So, in the same style as the Salt Cube timer people… I thought I’d try my hand at making and perhaps improving their timer.

I created the following Wave file.
It’s based around a base 3 minute system.  I give you 10 minutes at first, then break into the base 3 time system.

So after 10 minutes, you’ll have alarms at 6 minutes, 3 minutes, 6 minutes, 9 minutes, 12 minutes, 15 minutes, 15 minutes and 6 minutes… total of 81 minutes.
I put a binaural beat in the background, very light, so you can just hear it.  For myself, the spike alarms to wake you at each of the above times didn’t wake me as I’m a heavy sleeper.
But I’m hoping that other “light” sleepers might make better use of this. – download link here.

Personalreality also created one using some premade timers, I’m going to be trying this one out tomorrow morning, so I’ll report what comes of those.
You can download his here:

I did have a very good dream awareness this morning.  So much so, that I was very surprised after I woke that I didn’t realize I could have brought my Lucid awareness forth.  >_<
But anyway, I’ll see how PR’s works for me tomorrow!

4 thoughts on “Inducing Lucid Dreams Using a Timer

  1. personalreality says:

    Mine didn’t work for me on the first try. I might not have turned up the volume enough. At some point though, I took off the headphones and went to sleep. For all I know the first alarm woke me up and then I took the headphones off. I don’t really know. The track could have been over. I’ll try it again tomorrow or Wednesday.

    Oh, and happy Canadian Thanksgiving apparently.

    • xanth18 says:

      Hi jjjj,

      It’s really simple.
      I think it’s best used right after waking up in the morning… but you can use it literally anytime you want.

      Just put it on and go to sleep like normal.
      It’ll wake you up at certain intervals. This will confuse your mind into becoming conscious DURING a dream session. 🙂

      It’s that simple. In theory it should work.

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