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Experienced by millions as supernatural assault, sleep paralysis (SP) often includes realistic and often frightening hallucinations that are projected into the waking world. In Sleep Paralysis: A Guide to Hypnagogic Visions and Visitors of the Night, these night visitations of ghosts, vampires, and even aliens are honored afresh from the perspective of contemporary dream science. Although they can be terrifying, these visions can also be a reliable portal to other extraordinary states, including lucid dreaming, out-of-body experiences, and guided journeys to realms beyond our imagination.

Sleep Paralysis was the only print book that discussed sleep paralysis and its related dream visions from a how-to perspective. This audiobook is for those who want to manage their SP or engage more confidently with this ancient lucid-dreaming technique.

©2011 Ryan Hurd (P)2016 Enlightened Hyena Press

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not what I expected

Scientific and clinical explanations mostly and I have heard all of those before. I do not agree with all that is said due to my personal lifelong experiences. The book is well written and edited, really love the choice of words and flow of the book, very well organized. I really like this author and his writing style, the narrator is great, she was a perfect choice for this book. I'm sure many people will find this book helpful, just not me due to my own familiarity with sleep paralysis...conflicting.

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