Independent Analysis

If a practitioner is only interested in having lucid dreaming experiences, then the simple study of this guidebook and other materials may suffice. However, if a practitioner wants to achieve the best results, ample focus must be given to individual thought and formation of opinion based on personal analysis.

Until all questions are answered through a search for answers in various sources of information, no real progress should be expected. Many things cannot be described or explained. The resolution of many issues will always remain up to individual judgment and understanding. Finding all of the answers is impossible. Moreover, trying to possess all of the answers is a serious inhibitor to real progress because the practitioner would have to digress into dubious literature and conversation aside from real, formative practice.

The advice and experiences of others may lead to error. In no case should there be any authorities or unachievable ideals. A logical, even skeptical approach should be taken during research and practice. The goal of this guidebook is to provide the reader with linear, factual information sufficient for the development of independent analysis.

Each time a practitioner encounters some incomprehensible phenomenon or problem when performing lucid dreaming techniques, an independent analysis of the phenomenon should be formed before looking elsewhere for the cause. If a seeker looks for answers outside of personal reasoning, there is a high risk of assimilating and acting upon a fallacy.

Many practitioners are not willing to analyze personal successes and failures, and instead search all sorts of books, which often contradict one another. Using a hodge-podge of extraneous, unverified information can only lead one to further, and quite infectious, fallacy.

Scale for Discovering and Analyzing Mistakes in lucid dreaming Entrance Methods and lucid dreaming Experiences

Indirect method

Becoming consciousness while dreaming method

Direct method


Have an attempt upon awakening

Have a firm intention

Have lapses in consciousness


Have any technique work when alternating through techniques

(already in lucid dreaming!)

Have a dip into sleep

Have a deep lapse in consciousness

(already in lucid dreaming!)


Have a separation

Have an episode of consciousness while dreaming (already in lucid dreaming!)

Have a separation


Have a deepening of lucid dreaming


Have a plan of action realized


Have a lucid dream maintained for a long time


Have a secondary exit from the body

In case of problems entering lucid dreaming or controlling it, steps that were skipped or not completed should be determined using the scale.

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