Induction technique

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Induction technique refers to the various methods oneironauts use to initiate a lucid dream. There are two classifications of the dreams these techniques would result in which were established by Dr. Stephen LaBerge; DILD (Dream Initiated Lucid Dream) and WILD (Wake Initiated Lucid Dream), denoting whether the lucidity is established during a dream or while awake. Dr. Stephen LaBerge also developed an induction technique which he titled MILD (Mnemonic Initiated Lucid Dream), the similar naming convention has lead to confusion as MILD is technically a combination of complimentary techniques, and not a classification of techniques itself, in fact in the instance in which it was coined it falls into the category of DILD.

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