Complete Singularity Experience Manual (version 1.1) , updated Dec 28 2011:
Singularity is an iPhone application that plays audio, vibration and light reminders at night to help you realize that you are dreaming, wake you up and help you re-enter your dreams consciously. When you know that you are dreaming, and are experiencing your dreams consciously, you may do anything that you wish. It is a brand new kind of virtual reality like entertainment.
[important]For best quality, watch these videos on your iOS device (to get proper screen ratios)[/important]
Dream Reentry/ DEILD/Dream Chaining explained:
If you are a complete beginner and do not recognize any of these terms, this 10 minute tutorial will make it pretty clear as to what you may be getting with Singularity Experience 1.0 . The app is intended to be used with this technique: Dream reentry.
[important]To do the technique, you are awoken in REM and you re-enter a dream by doing a visualization excercise. See video for more details[/important]
Dream Reentry Self-Hypnosis and affirmation script
Self hypnosis works best when you do not feel anything. With this script, you can put yourself into a light hypnosis state, where your intention to re-enter dreams consciously upon awakening will be intensified.
Beginner Video Tutorial:
This tutorial covers multiple aspects of the app, from calibration to starting the app and dream journaling.
Biological Clock Tutorial:
This tutorial explains the Singularity Tab, home of the Astro-Biological Clock. This clock looks complex, but by watching the tutorial you would be able to easily understand it.
The clock Helps you:
- Pick wake up times
- Bed times
- Predict when dreaming will happen
- Understand if you will be feeling Jet Lag
Configuring Dream Reentry Reminders:
The core of the application is it’s ability to deliver light-audio reminders in *suspected REM*.
The tutorial helps you:
- Understand which reminder will be played
- Pick duration and intensity
Light reminder warning:
Your brain would feel receptive to some reminders, but will be confused and frazzled by others. Avoid rapidly changing between reminders in a short period of time: