The Setup for Finger Induced Lucid Dreams.
Go to sleep. Nothing complicated. No hypnosis or visualization required, just sleep.
For this method to work, you must be very close to falling back asleep. The best time to do this is either in the middle of the night, or in the early morning. Though, doing this method in the early morning can make the lucid dreams be shorter.
If you want to try having a Finger Induced Lucid Dream during the night, you need to find a way to wake up. There are multiple methods, alarm, naturally wake up, cell phone audio that plays once at a certain time and stops. Find a way that works for you.
Once you wake up, the Finger Induced Lucid Dream technique should be the first thing that you think of. Immediately relax and then just try to go back to sleep the way you normally would. Here you want to get to the point right before you go back to sleep. Once you're at this point, start the Finger Induced Lucid Dream method. If you simply fall back to sleep, don't worry, you can try the method again when you wake up.
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The TechniqueImagine that you are playing a piano using your index and middle finger with just one hand. Your fingers are next to each other on two keys. Now, press one finger down, leaving your other finger up. Next, press your other finger down, and lifting your other finger back up. Keep doing this up and down motion as if you're playing a piano.
Got the motion down? Try this: Imagine you're playing the piano again, using the same motions, though this time, press the fingers down so lightly that they actually don't go down. Try it out on your computer keyboard - you need to feel your muscles contract, but your fingers should move as little as possible.
All you need to do is do these finger movements when you wake up. Once you make it to step 4 on the setup steps, start 'moving' those fingers. Focus on the movement. By directing your focus, you can easily fall asleep within seconds. Don't keep track or count your finger movements, or talk to yourself in your mind, and, try not to make yourself go to sleep. That can just wake you up.
Once you've done this for 10 to 20 seconds, use your other hand to do a reality check. Just plug your nose and try to breath. If you can, congratulations, you're dreaming!
If you find that the reality check doesn't work, you can repeat it again, or just go to sleep normally, and attempt Finger Induced Lucid Dreams again when you wake up.