Definitions

Induction Techniques
WBTB: Wake Back to Bed
-When you sleep for a few hours (3-5), wake up for a few minutes to an hour (to wake your mind up) and go back to sleep. Usually used in combination with a WILD.

DILD: Dream Induced Lucid Dream
-When you become lucid in-dream; you realize you are dreaming when you are already dreaming. Usually done by performing Reality Checks.

MILD: Mnemonic Induced Lucid Dream
-When you tell yourself before sleep you will awake after having a dream. After waking naturally, going back to sleep, telling yourself you will have a lucid dream. Visualize the dream you just woke from and imagine realizing you are in a dream.

WILD: Wake Induced Lucid Dream
-When you keep your mind awake while your body falls asleep, passing through the Hypnagogic state, and directly and consciously into a lucid dream. The hardest technique.

Other
Reality Check
-A technique in which you test if you are dreaming or awake.

Hypnagogia
-Vivid dream-like sensations (visual, auditory, tactile) when falling asleep or waking up, often accompanied with Sleep Paralysis

Sleep Paralysis
-Temporary paralysis of the body during the REM period of sleep.

REM sleep
-Rapid Eye Movement, the state of sleep in which you are dreaming, defined by the movement of your eyes underneath your eyelids.

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