Induce Lucid Dreaming

Narrated by: Stephen LaBerge
Length: 38 mins
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Lucid dreaming: it's when you suddenly realize that you are dreaming... and then sustain that wide-awake clarity while in a dream state. For millenia, it's been used by ordinary people and advanced meditators for practical insights, self-discovery, and delving into the architecture of reality itself. Here, the pioneer of scientific lucid-dream research offers two guided sessions, one to play in the daytime and one to play at night before sleep. These are the same conditoning programs used to help and train hundreds of "oneironauts" (volunteer lucid-dream subjects) at Stanford University and the Lucidity Institute.

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poorly organized, two virtually identical parts

What did you like best about Induce Lucid Dreaming? What did you like least?

I like the exercise and his validity as a researcher. There is no visible separation between the two sections, one for day and one for night, and they are identical except for the last minute or so, so the second section is virtually worthless. I think this is just plain sloppy on Audible's part.

What was most disappointing about Stephen LaBerge’s story?

That the two parts are not different.

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Same induction twice. I just run it halfway thru

And start at the second run-through. I fall asleep every time. I play it at slightly slow speed (.8?) which makes Stephen sound drunk, but I fall asleep better. Only 1 lucid dream this year & not from this; before. I really want to have more!

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A very relaxing meditation

An extremely relaxing meditation. As someone who has struggled with insomnia for years, this was a blessing. It didn't induce lucid dreams, but I might just have to use it more.

One thing you should know is that it's actually two versions of the same meditation, one that ends with you waking up and one that ends with you (hopefully) falling asleep. The waking up is first, and it's kinda weird to do everything twice. The meditations are each about 15 minutes long.

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Guides you and teaches how to dream

Use before going to bed.

There are three parts in this audio. You first relax; then set your intention and practice your lucid dreaming right before falling asleep. You will need to be able to focus and visualise in the final part of the exercise.

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Look for something else

I really tried to take this seriously but it’s very cringy. Parts of it even seem like a parody. I’ve read and enjoyed about a half dozen books on lucid dreaming and I’ll admit that I have less experience with guided books like this, but there must be something better. I doubt this short book is worth your time.