Secrets How To Relax Fast And Fall Asleep Quickly And Induce Lucid Dreams And O.B.Es – Lucidology 101 Part 5

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Here in Lucidology 101 part 5 we’ll cover the exact relaxation routine you can use to fall asleep quickly to cure insomnia and enter waking sleep paralysis for frequent lucid dreams and O.B.E.s.

How To Save A Boatload Of Time On The Relaxation Stage

You don’t have to spend hours relaxing every part of your body to have O.B.E.s. About 90% of your body’s tension is in about 10% of your muscles. If you target just those key areas you can quickly relax enough that your body will interpret it as a signal to sleep.

The Best Place To Start Relaxing

Most books on relaxation say to lay down and start relaxing at your feet and work your way up to your head. That’s not the most effective way to do it because the vast majority of your body’s tension is in your jaws, not your feet.

The jaw is the strongest muscle area in terms of extorted force. The world record for bite strength is 975 foot-pounds for 2 seconds. No other muscle in your body can exert more total force than your jaw muscles and no other muscle holds more tension.

The Top 5 Health Problems From Excess Jaw Tension

Many people go their whole lives and never consciously think to relax their jaws. This causes bruxism, or “teeth grinding” which wears down your teeth and cause other problems such as:

1 – Tooth aches
2 - Headaches
3 – Ear aches
4 – Tinnitus (which is ringing in the ears)
5 – Dizziness

So the very first thing I do before an O.B.E induction or falling asleep is to relax my jaws. This step is absolutely required. It only takes a few seconds so it gives you the most bang for your buck of all the relaxations you can do.

Step 1: Jaw Relaxation

Start with a very firm massage of the meaty part of your upper jaws in front of and below your ears. This is called your “masseter muscle” and is the single biggest culprit for locked up muscle knots in the entire body. Press strongly with your fingers on both sides of your head and get a ‘good hurt’ feeling.

Step 2: Palm Squeeze

The second step is to squeeze on both sides of your jaws with your palms instead of just your fingers. You can use quite a bit of force when you do this because your jaws are quite strong. Let your jaw go as slack as you can while pressing.

Step 3: The Jaw Stretch

It’s common to stretch before and after exercise such as stretching your legs by touching your toes. But have you ever stretched your jaws muscles? You may look silly doing this, but it really goes a long way to relaxing your jaws. So the third step is to relax your jaws as much as you can then use your fingers to pull your jaws open. You may be surprised how much your jaws resist your fingers but by stretching them you can get the tension out.

My grandfather was a professor of a science called relaxology. One of his colleagues could relax his jaws so much that you could wiggle it with your hands and it felt like there was almost nothing holding his jaws on his head. You don’t have to relax your jaws that much but I mention it to give you an idea just how much tension is in your jaws even if you think they’re relaxed.

Step 4: Horizontal Wall Chest Stretch

Step 4 is to stretch your arms and chest against the wall. Place a palm flat on the wall and turn the trunk of your body so that you get a good stretch from the very tips of your fingers, down your forearm, you bicep, shoulder and all across your chest. Exhale all the tension out. Repeat this twice with both arms.

Step 5: Vertical Chest Stretch

Step 5 is to stretch against the wall by placing both palms above your head against the wall and then bending forward. This really targets your shoulder and chest tension. Inhale and exhale fully and slowly 3 times to work all the tension out. Stand up normally, then repeat the vertical chest stretch.

Step 6: Stretch Your Feet

Step 6 is to stretch the bottom of your feet by propping your foot against the wall and leaning forward. This will also give you a good calf stretch. Repeat this on each foot two more times then sit down and massage the individual muscles in the soles of your feet with your hands.

Step 7: Stretch Your Hands

Step 7 is to stretch the palm of each hand by pushing your fingers back with the other hand. This also gives your forearms a nice stretch.

Step 8: Relax Your Shoulders

Step 8 is the last stretching step. Do some slow windmills to relax your shoulders. It’s tempting to skip this step but your shoulders carry almost as much tension as your jaw so it’s important to stretch and relax your shoulder as much as possible.

Step 9: “Pre-roll” To Dissipate Overall Body Tension

For step 9, remember that one purpose of the roll over signal is to get you to roll over which causes you to gradually gather and release tension. Here’s a trick to speed that up or even skip over it.

Lay down in bed and relax a much as you can for 15 seconds or so. Then roll over and relax for a couple more seconds. Roll again and relax… Repeat this several times and you’ll relax the rest of your muscles quite quickly.

This works because normally when you stretch one body part to relax it, you have to tense up another part.
For instance, to stretch one hand you had to tense up your other hand. By laying down and rolling around for a minute you stretch and relax everything a little bit at a time and get your “roll over” phase done all at once.

Step 10: Stop Drop And Roll

Once you’re done rolling around, step 10 is to start Stop Drop And Roll. Lay flat on your back with your arms above your head and start daydreaming. See Lucidology 101 part 3 for how to do Stop Drop & Roll to fall asleep if you haven’t yet.

Step : Start Sleep Breathing

Step is to begin sleep breathing. See Lucidology 101 part 4 for details if you haven’t seen it yet.

Step 12: Roll Eyes To Relax Them

Step 12 is to relax your eyes and the stop micromovements. Roll your eyes around both directions a few times and then let them rest. The idea is to completely forget that your eyes even exist. To do that count 150 heart beats.

Step 13: 150 Heart Beat Count To Forget About Eyes

Focusing on your heart for a long time will make it feel like it’s going to beat its way out of your chest. However if you get up and actually check your pulse you’ll find that it’s beating like normal. The heart pounding sensation is just a trick of the mind which will help to distract you from your eyes.

Step 12: Bring Arms Down To Enter ‘Drop’ Mode

After 150 heart beats you’ve come to step 14 which is to switch on the roll over signal. Drop your arms down to your side and move to step 15 which is to tense and release each muscle group.

Step 15: Tense And Relax Muscles

By now you should be pretty deeply relaxed. Continue to sleep breathe and sense where you still have some tension left. Slightly tense that area for a moment then release it. This will cause you to relax that muscle further than before you tensed it. Start at your jaws and end at your feet.

To do this, count 150 heart beats starting at 300 which tires your brain out a little faster. After every 10 heart beats pause the count and tense and release another muscle group. For instance, when you get to 160 tense and relax your jaws. At 170 tense and release your face, at 180 your neck and so forth. If you lose track of where what number you’re on that’s a good sign that it’s working and you’re falling asleep.

Step 16: ‘Roll’ Phase

When you get to 450 you’ll either be asleep or feeling the roll over signal. If you don’t have a very strong roll signal then just daydream and continue sleep breathing for a while until it’s strong enough. When you really feel the need to roll over you’ve reached step 16 which is to simply roll over and release any remaining tension. Continue sleep breathing and you’ll black out within a few moments.

Warm Socks

Two things that really speed things up are socks and earplugs. You may not realize how much your body temperature drops when you fall asleep but when you’re feet are just a little bit cold it’s really hard to relax. So wear socks even if you don’t think you need them.

Silicone Earplugs

Earplugs are also incredibly valuable for falling asleep fast. You can get them on amazon or Target. The silicone putty earplugs work the best and you can make them last several uses by washing them with soap after each use.

Here’s the complete system, step by step.

1 Jaw Massage
2 Jaw Palm Squeeze
3 Jaw Stretch
4 Horizontal Wall Chest Stretch
5 Vertical Chest Stretch
6 Stretch Your Feet
7 Stretch Your Hands
8 Relax Your Shoulders
9 “Pre-Roll” To Dissipate Overall Body Tension
10 Start “Stop, Drop & Roll”: Hands Above Your Head
Start Sleep Breathing
12 Roll Eyes To Relax Them
13 150 Heart Beat Count To Forget About Eyes
14 Bring Arms Down To Enter To “Drop” Mode
15 Tense & Relax Muscles That Are Still Tense
16 Roll

Coming up in Part 6 you’ll find out how to use the sun to avoid the #1 mistake everyone makes in O.B.E.s & how to optimize your brain chemistry for lucidity.

Plus we’ll cover the ONE O.B.E. induction I would use if I was not allowed to use any others.

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15 Responses to “Secrets How To Relax Fast And Fall Asleep Quickly And Induce Lucid Dreams And O.B.Es – Lucidology 101 Part 5”

  1. flash-player says:

    Hmm. Is it true? :-)

  2. admin says:


  3. naph says:

    On a scale of 1-10, how important is this? I’ve been trying OBEs for a couple days now and can’t get it down, and maybe its because I’ve missed this step. Thannks

  4. amanda says:

    how do i tense my muscles?

  5. mark says:

    Good stuff, love the jaw relaxing section. Ive had 4 or 5 OBE’s in the last 3 years but never have triggered one on purpose.

  6. Jan says:

    Yeah!!! Silicone earplugs are really great stuffs! :DDD
    Having them would really help you have a good “noiseless” sleep.. :D

  7. Mat Stainer says:

    Good tips. Many people think that they need to keep window open for better sleep or if they want to fall asleep instantly. I have a feeling that it is vice versa. The noise coming from outside will keep you wake and the worst thing is that it might even wake you up in the middle of the night. It is wise to ventilate the room before going to sleep.
    Best Regards

  8. Haris from Bosnia says:

    i will try tomorov i will give it a mark

  9. Anonymous says:

    I would adore these videos if the last 2 minutes weren’t full of self-advertizing bullshit. Despite that, I still love these videos!

  10. jamesyd says:

    i struggle with this, this article is quite useful!

  11. Roland says:

    I think it’s a bit hard to remember the steps … But I’ll give it a chance tonight :)

  12. anniehall says:

    i really wanted to believe in all this, i wanted it to be amazing but… when you pronounced ‘tinnitus’ wrong i suddenly realised… maybe you don’t know anything!

  13. It’s actually proven that some of these techniques do work! Anyone heard of Monroe?

  14. Just look him up, and you will really be suprised!

  15. luigi_L says:

    What is the best way to prevent a signal swell, and relax even more.
    I had an extreme roll over signal in my legs for more than an hour and it just did not go away. I’ve almost never had that much pain. I did these relaxation execices and the sleep starters but it took I think 2 h to obtain the roll over signal. After that 1 h someone woke me up because it was noon. I started around 8 AM. Should I just have started over, or is there a better way to get into sleep mode. I haven’t done the timer method yet because I wasn’t able to, but I can do it the moment I can’t wake somebody alse up.

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