Sleep paralysis is great for lucid dreams because it automatically puts you in a subconscious focus.
This is because it lowers your dominant brain wave from your usual alpha range (around 12 to 30 Hz) to a theta range (around 3 to 7 Hz). This puts you in a subconscious focus which is exactly what you need to have lots and lots of lucid dreams and OBEs.
So by getting good at inducing waking sleep paralysis you can avoid having to use visualizations at all which speeds up your learning curve. However, that’s not to say that visualizations aren’t useful, they really are incredibly useful.
In fact, it’s also possible to have lucid dreams and OBEs even when your body is fully awake! This is the focus of Lucidology 102 in which I will show you the exact tricks I use to have one or more OBEs every morning and average over 100 OBEs ever 100 days. The secret is to be able to slip out of your body at very light stages of sleep paralysis and thankfully there are very specific steps that anyone can take to do just that using the tricks in Lucidology 102.
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