The main advantage of a wake induced lucid dream over a lucid dream in which you first fall asleep is that you have no problems with dream memory loss.
For example if you get up in the morning and think back to the dreams you had you may find that some of them were actually lucid dreams because you had full awareness of your normal waking personality and you knew you were dreaming.
However, by the time you woke up again you’d lost a lot of the memories of what you did.
With a wake induced lucid dream it’s as easy to remember what you did as it is to remember the last 15 minutes or so of waking awareness. This is because you slip in out out of the WILD with no unconscious phase.
So how do you have waking induced lucid dreams?
The simplest way is the lucid dream timer method. The basic idea is you fall totally asleep and let the timer beep to wake you up.
This brings you back to waking awareness which prevents memory loss. You then relax without moving at all in any way back into waking sleep paralysis and then you use an OBE exit method to turn sleep paralysis into an OBE.
So by using the timer to create a focus in waking awareness before slipping into waking sleep paralysis you can have a wake induced lucid dream without any memory loss. When you combine this with the specialized lucid dream visualizations in Lucidology 102 you can have boat loads of OBEs one right after another! In fact I’ve literally had sessions in which I did about 20 OBEs back to back using the Lucidology 102 tricks.
So even though wake induced lucid dreams may sound advanced, they’re actually a very attainable goal when you know the right tricks. Check out the Lucidology 101 video on the timer method for the specific timer setup to use to have lots and lots of WILDs.
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