How Rhythm Napping worksStep 0: You download any Rhythm Napping Timer File which suits your needs. I created one with a Tibetan singing bowl. You may download one of the files at the end of this post.
Step 1: Go to bed and get up about four to six hours later. Stay awake for about 30 minutes and go back to bed. (WBTB). During your wake time you may have a little snack or drink. You may read something or wash your face with cold water to become more wake and alert.
Step 2: Take your MP3 player or smartphone and start the file. Adjust the volume of the your timer. It should be loud enough to wake you up every time you hear the sound.
Step 3: Relax and try to fall asleep. Every time you hear the signal of the timer remain still, do not move at all. Try to fall asleep consciously. The timer will wake you up periodically. Every time you wake up, you will have another chance to enter a dream. If you don't manage to fall asleep consciously, don't worry: you will have plenty of chances to get a lucid dream while the timer is playing.
Short Rhythm-Napping-Timer (ca. 25 min)This timer file is ideal for a nap in the afternoon.
Download - Pygar's Lunch Break
Long Rhythm-Napping-Timer (ca. 1h 44min)This timer is great if you can sleep in after doing a WBTB. You can hear the signal after the recommended time intervals ( 8, 4, 8, 12, 16 ,20, 20, 4, 4, 4, 4 Minutes).
Download - Pygar's WBTB - Bowl