Surprisingly you can use muscle twitching to fall asleep while keeping your mind awake. I discovered this a while back while relaxing into an OBE. I made it into partial sleep paralysis and wasn’t deep enough to turn it into an OBE.
(Although I’ve since found techniques that I could have used to have an OBE at that point which I’ve included in Lucidology 102.)
On a whim I decided to very lightly twitch my forearm. To my surprise my entire arm entered sleep paralysis. I then twitched my other arm and body legs. Eventually I put my entire body in sleep paralysis and completed the OBE separation.
I’ve experimented with this trick since and found that you can even put just one finger in sleep paralysis by twitching it once you’ve reached partial paralysis. This is a handy little sleep command that can get you past little stumbling blocks on your way to lucid dreams and out of body experiences.
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