Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

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In your experience, which sleep pattern makes phasing better for you?

Regular - same time everyday
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83%
Odd - changing everyday
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17%
Biphasic/Polyphasic - several times per day
0
No votes
Deprived - when extremely sleepy
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No votes
 
Total votes : 6

Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby Jay Jonathan » Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:18 pm

Thanks for your input!
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Re: Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby LawPaw » Fri Aug 12, 2011 1:57 am

Sleep 6 hours, get up for at least 15 minutes (physically out of bed).  Then go back to sleep with a very strong intention of waking without moving AND remembering your dreams.

Even if you don't enter the phase through this method, I can guarantee the clarity of your dreams will more than make up for the effort.

Frequently when I wake up I hesitate before beginning to enter the phase because I want to think over my dreams to remember them.  Sometimes very real dreams can almost seem better than the phase because of the complete surprise and irrationality of them.  But I'd take the phase over dreams anytime.
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Re: Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby wiii » Fri Aug 12, 2011 3:10 pm

Happens to me too!
I stay awake,and even if i try the entry to the phase and fall asleep,
the dreams are more vivid,or i become lucid in them,but for sure they are more memorable and easy to put on paper after awakening!!
As Michael says,even of we do not enter in the phase consciously,or after indirect cycles,the LD comes as bonus for most of the times!Or even if it is not LD there are vivid dreams!!
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Re: Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby Summerlander » Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:53 pm

My is regular and I tend to use the deferred method.  I usually enter the Phase around 4 - 6 am.  I have done it around 8 - 9 am and on occasion I enter it from dream consciousness.
The Phase = Lucid Dreaming / Out-of-Body Experience / Astral Projection
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Re: Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby Michael Raduga » Fri Aug 12, 2011 11:10 pm

Any kind of good sleep is a good pattern for phase practice. It's very easy to teach people who can sleep a lot
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Re: Best Sleep Pattern For Phasing

Postby Jay Jonathan » Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:40 am

I find sleeping longer and at regular times works best, but when I sleep longer than usual I can't sleep at the same time later!

I have ADHD so that might be my problem, because I find even maintaining regular sleep times hard.
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