The Two Secret Keys To Commanding Your Body Into Sleep Paralysis Using Sleep Breathing

This morning I was experimenting with using sleep breathing to enter and exit sleep paralysis.

I found that I could tell which breaths deepened paralysis and which one left it unchanged. It turns out you need two key things:

1.) The breathing rhythm which I spoke about much earlier in the Lucidology 101 video on using sleep breathing to enter sleep paralysis at:

Sleep Commands To Fall Asleep Quickly

2.) The breath ***DEPTH***

I knew that you had to breathe pretty deeply in order to get it to work but I didn’t know how critical it was.

I found that there’s about a half inch of breathing depth between breaths that added to sleep paralysis and breaths that did not.

You need to breathe so you feel like you’re giving your rib cage a bit of a stretch. You can almost feel the endorphins being released when you breathe that deeply.

However if I just decreased the breathing depth ever so slightly, maybe a half inch shallower, then the breathing did not contribute any extra sleep paralysis.

So if you’ve been looking for a consistent way to enter sleep paralysis, use sleep breathing and pay EXTRA ATTENTION to your breathing depth to command your body into paralysis.

Then you can use the methods in Lucidology 102 to turn paralysis into an OBE.

Good luck!

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7 Responses to “The Two Secret Keys To Commanding Your Body Into Sleep Paralysis Using Sleep Breathing”

  1. Luke says:

    Fantastic! I love this site!

  2. kamau burt says:

    thanks nick. but i had a question. do i have to be completely still when doing this deep breathing. and do i have to be very sleepy. or do i just go to bed and start breathing deeply. please respond i REALLY REALLY want to induce sleep paralysis and then an obe. please help. if u have any other tips that u could give me please do tell. and i dont really understand the timer could u help me? thanks nice ur work is GREAT thank goodness for people like u!

  3. phillip says:

    phillip says:
    March 28, 2011 at 10:54 am

    hi, i did ramp method with timer , the 2nd time or 3rd time the timer beeps i cannot get asleep any more.

    if i wake up at 4:30 i cannot sleep fast in 8 minutes. 8 minutes is the first ramp interval in the default timer setting.

    any clue? I’m stuck and this is not working for me.

    phillip says:
    March 28, 2011 at 11:21 am


    hi, i did ramp method with timer , the 2nd time or 3rd time the timer beeps i cannot get asleep any more.


    i mean, i can but one hour later and can’t use the timer because the timer beeps but i keep awake hearing the beeps. once i’m asleep the timer intervals has ended

    cannot sleep cos i feel no weariness

    i fell really Rested.

    i can’t use the “Stop, Drop & Roll” method because i don’t feel tired any more, i feel full of energy even if i have not rested a bunch of hours and even if does a little time that I have remained slept full tired
    phillip says:
    March 29, 2011 at 10:40 am

    phillip says:
    March 28, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Trick You Can Use Tonight To Have Your 1st Obe

    So here’s the actual method to use to have conscious sleep paralysis for the first time or even an O.B.E.

    1.) Go to bed at 9 PM

    2.) Get up at 4:30 AM

    3.) Stay up for 45 minutes until 5:15 AM and avoid lights

    4.) Go back to bed and do “Stop Drop And Roll” to start to fall asleep

    5.) At the end of S.D.R set your timer to use a ramp timer session. Fall asleep and let the timer wake you up and put you in an O.B.E.

    that’s the trick!!! yeah!!

    phillip says:
    March 29, 2011 at 10:39 am

    i did it, have heard the beep a couple of times, not moved at all, NO PARALYSIS, 2nd or 3rd time i heard the beep… I JUST HAVE FELL ASLEEP TO THE ANOTHER DAY, COULD NOT HEARD THE REST OF BEEPING

  4. Santiago says:

    Hi. I decided to try awake sleep paralisis last nigth. I have felt de vibrations but not so deep and strong as other times. By the time the buzzing started I stay that way for a minute and my breathing started to become like an anxious nervous breathing. Is that ok? I tried to keep myself breathing normally but I got confused when this nervous deep breathing apears. I tried a couple of times more and I felt the same, and I did´nt feel the strong paralysis like other times.

  5. Leonardo says:

    It also happens to me thet I dont sall asleep between the beeps. I just found out that you can make the timer time, to a longer ramp that I suppose, works just as well, just go to the timer ( and set it to ramp 6 instead of 4. I havent tryed this since I just figured it out, but I hope it helps you.

    Also, Nick,
    How can I breath deep, and at my breathing rythm?
    Should I just inhale all I can, and then start with my sleep breathing without exhaling all the air?
    And also, isn’t deep breathing the “exit method” from sleep paralysis?
    Please answer, thanks.

  6. Koedi says:

    I felt that i was falling asleep at first but then when i stopped i couldn’t do it again, help i am confused.

  7. Koedi says:

    also after awhile of keeping my eyes closed without moving, they started to hurt now it is hard to close my eyes.

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