Here's what you'll need to do Writing Induced Lucid Dreams:
1. Journal or notebook used only for this method.
3. A mantra.
Some mantra examples you can use:
A. I will question my lucidity when I see my hands tonight.
B. I will recall all my dreams and I will know that I am lucid in my dreams.
C. I will know that I am dreaming and I will remember my dreams.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Here's what you do:
1. Get your journal and remove any distractions. The journal needs to be a physical notebook that you can actually write in — this method will not work if you're using an electronic notebook.
2. Pick a mantra and decide how many times you'll write it down. This will get harder when you start having cramps in your hand.
3. Concentrate on the line being written, while you are writing it down. You want to read what you're writing while you are writing it down.
4. When you are done writing, close your journal. Next time you do it, you'll begin your line count at zero.
You shouldn't need to do any reality checks when doing the Writing Induced Lucid Dreams technique, and you should never need to verify the validity of your mantras before going to bed. Though, this doesn't mean that this method will work for you if you don't use any reality checks – it might not work for you. As with any method, you'll have to try it to find out if it will.