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:
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.
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