• Lucid Dreaming

  • The Experience of Achieving Conscious Awareness of Dreaming While Still Asleep
  • By: William Richards
  • Narrated by: Tyrone O'Neal
  • Length: 4 hrs and 18 mins
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By: William Richards
Narrated by: Tyrone O'Neal
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Publisher's Summary

The mysteries of "lucid" dreaming

The lucid dreamer is safe, reliable, and exhilarating!

How common are lucid dreamers? And who is likely to be one?

An analysis of results published by 34 different studies about lucid dreaming indicates that 55 percent of people had a lucid dream at least once in their lives, and almost half of these lucid dreamers (23 percent of the total number of subjects) claimed to have lucid dreams at least once a month. Factors like age can influence your chances of having lucid dreams. Adults are more likely to have lucid dreams, but children and adolescents who do have them tend to have them more frequently.

Control your dreams. Enter a world of limitless potential.

What if you could wake up in your dreams and live out your wildest fantasies, every night? What would you do? While sleeping, it is hard to realize whether you are dreaming or not. But once you become aware, you might gain full control. And the possibilities are endless!

Techniques - Controlling the Storyline of Your Dreams

While lucid dreaming often happens randomly, it’s possible to initiate lucid dreaming through induction techniques. These methods include:

  • Wake back to bed (WBTB).
  • Mnemonic induction of lucid dreams (MILD).
  • Wake-initiated lucid dream (WILD).

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • Dream yoga
  • States of consciousness
  • The Tibetan Book of the Dead
  • Psycho-physiological techniques
  • Psycho-imaginative techniques
  • Dreams and their meaning in the history of humanity
  • Induction techniques
  • Sexual activity and the body
  • Phenomena associated with the lucid dream experience
  • Lucid dreams and "awakening" 
  • Fear of consequences on sleep and mental health 
  • The benefits and risks of lucid dreaming
  • How to improve dream recall
  • 10 useful tips for remembering dreams
  • Techniques
  • Reality checks: how to tell if you are dreaming
  • Floating and lucid dreaming
  • Herbs to help you make lucid dreams
  • Stabilization techniques of dreams

To increase your chances of lucid dreaming, use these techniques with reality testing and dream journaling.

Everything you need, you'll find in this book!

©2021 De Rong Yang (P)2021 De Rong Yang

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