What's Better For Me- Wild Or Dild?

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What

Those new to lucid dreaming may find themselves confused by the different lucid dream induction techniques. This quiz will help you determine which of the two main techniques, DILD or WILD, most suits your sleep schedule and lifestyle. Upon completion of the quiz you will be linked to another quiz to determine which of the actual techniques (WILD or DILD depending on your result) is best for you.


To access the rest of my lucid dreaming resources, check out the page here. I wish you the best of luck with your lucid dreaming :) -Shift





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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I often can nap in the afternoon

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 2. 

    In the morning, I am woken up by others

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 3. 

    I share a bed and so cannot use an alarm (loud or vibrating) to wake in the middle of the night

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 4. 

    IF YOU DO NOT SHARE A ROOM/BED, CLICK 'AGREE'I share a room, but can use an vibrating alarm (such as a cell phone) to wake in the middle of the night(this is distinct from the question about sharing a bed. even if you share a room, it may be possible to use a vibrating alarm to wake yourself but not others in the room. however, if you share a bed you probably cannot since this will wake the other person too)

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 5. 

    I write down some/all of my dreams, and enjoy doing so

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 6. 

    In the recent past (5-10 years), I have lain down to sleep and suddenly found myself in a dream (WILDed without intending to)

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 7. 

    I experience sleep paralysis (the paralysis of your body, possibly accompanied by hallucinations like sounds, sights, or the feeling that someone is in the room) at least once a month

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 8. 

    Sometimes when falling asleep, I see things or hear music, voices, or other sounds. Seeing such hallucinations while falling asleep is normal to me.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 9. 

    I often notice that certain things show up in my dreams frequently. I enjoy analyzing my dreams for such elements.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 10. 

    In my childhood, I would notice that I was dreaming and become lucid (regardless of level of dream control).

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 11. 

    During nightmares, I have realized that I was dreaming and changed the dream or forced myself to wake up.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 12. 

    I sometimes have reoccurring dreams

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 13. 

    I sometimes/always have trouble falling asleep

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 14. 

    I have trouble making myself get up if I can continue sleeping.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 15. 

    I meditate regularly

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 16. 

    I can easily visualize things

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 17. 

    I often remember waking in the middle of the night

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 18. 

    When I was younger, I would lay down to go to sleep and suddenly find myself in a dream.(would WILD)

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 19. 

    I often have dreams that I have woken up, but am really still dreaming (false awakenings)

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 20. 

    In waking life, I am often relatively aware of my environment, focusing on the people around me.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 21. 

    I like to think of the 'big picture' of things. When I go places, I keep a mental map of where I am. I dislike going places without having an idea of where I am in the world.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 22. 

    I remember at least 2 dreams per night

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 23. 

    My dreams are typically vivid and look/feel realistic

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 24. 

    My dreams are mundane, they rarely seem fantastic or surreal

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

  • 25. 

    I can often sleep-in in the morning.

    • A.

      Agree

    • B.

      Disagree

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