Stephen LaBerge help pioneer lucid dreaming technique by creating a very comprehensible book and method. Helping many people achieve their first lucid dream, LaBerge’s WILD technique has its stranglehold on newbies’ guides to lucid dreaming . He includes a brief history of scientific research along with other step-by-step techniques to really diversify and enrich one’s knowledge of the dream world. He explains how to create conditions conducive to lucid dreaming, how to prolong a lucid dream once one has one, and how to use lucid dreams for creative problem solving, health, entertainment and spiritual growth. It’s an in-depth read, so be prepared to get your hands dirty.
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This book will keep you fully up to date with the latest discoveries, research, and techniques regarding lucid dreaming. Daniel love, an expert lucid dreamer and Oneirologist will guide you on your unique journey though the tantalizing exploration of your mind. Armed with a straightforward approach, Love communicates this perfect guide effortlessly to help you unlock the hidden potential of your dreams for both beginners and advanced dreamers alike. This book is one of the most thorough, accessible and in-depth contemporary guides to lucid dreaming available.
Rating: (5 / 5)
This is the account of Robert Waggoner’s realization of an expanded conscious awareness: his ability to interact consciously with the dream observer; the apparent inner self. Waggoner discovered whilst dreaming a platform upon which to better understand dreams and the entirety of the human psyche as well. With these discoveries in mind, he proposes five stages of lucid dreaming leading those who need help through any stage; this can be those new to the “lucid” state or advanced users having trouble advance a level. This book offers vivid illustrations and fresh insight not only to lucid dreamers but to anybody interested in consciousness, identity and the definition of reality.(4 / 5)
Some of the most vivid experiences can happen while you’re asleep, and Wallace promises to showcase how one can attain those abilities. He offers a variety of techniques anybody can use to make this a reality, but he also reveals how to take the experience of lucid dreaming beyond entertainment and use it to heighten creativity, solve problems, and increase self knowledge. He then takes it a step further: moving on to methods of Tibetan Buddhist dream yoga, using your lucid dreams to help attain the profoundest kind of insight.(5 / 5)
A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming was created by three avid, experienced lucid dreamers. Illustrated with evocative and vivid illustrations the authors make sure to establish the reader from step one – learning how to connect the reader with his or her dreams – through the mountainous and navigable world once you’re lucid.
Beginners will learn about the REM sleep stage, how to improve dream recall by keeping a journal and the importance of reality checks. Once you become lucid, you’ll be shown exactly how to make the most of it. As the book’s authors write: “Every time you dream, you are washing up on the shores of your own inner landscape.” This is how you’ll explore it.
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