Writing Induced Lucid Dream is where you write your mantra down over and over, line for line. The mantra might be: When I dream, I am aware that I am dreaming.
What you need:
1. A notebook. This won't work as well if you type it out on your computer.
2. A pen.
3. Your personal mantra.
a. When I sleep, I remember my dreams and I also remember that I am dreaming.
b. When I dream, I am aware that I am dreaming.
c. When I dream, I will see my hands and I will realize that I am dreaming.
1.With no distractions, open up your notebook.
2.Choose your mantra and decide how many lines you want to write. (Be prepared for your hand to cramp up!)
3. When you are writing, make sure the sentence is what you are focusing on. (It's good to read the sentence as you are writing it.)
4.Make this your goal and then close your notebook and go back to sleep with lucid dreaming and the mantra being your last thought before you fall asleep.
Writing Induced Lucid Dream might not work for everyone, but you should give it at least a week or two before you give up.
Writing Induced Lucid Dream might also work for dream incubation, or intentions to do certain things while in the dream. For example, I will practice [skill you want to learn] in my dreams tonight.