Lucid Dreaming for Beginners Simple Techniques for Creating Interactive Dreams In a lucid dream you re aware that you re dreaming so you can transform your dreams into fabulous adventures From flying to traveling through time to visiting loved ones in spirit form this book mak

  • Title: Lucid Dreaming for Beginners: Simple Techniques for Creating Interactive Dreams
  • Author: Mark McElroy
  • ISBN: 9780738708874
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a lucid dream, you re aware that you re dreaming so you can transform your dreams into fabulous adventures From flying to traveling through time to visiting loved ones in spirit form, this book makes it easy for you to experience anything you wish.Popular author Mark McElroy presents a simple and effective 90 day plan for achieving lucid dreams Along with step bIn a lucid dream, you re aware that you re dreaming so you can transform your dreams into fabulous adventures From flying to traveling through time to visiting loved ones in spirit form, this book makes it easy for you to experience anything you wish.Popular author Mark McElroy presents a simple and effective 90 day plan for achieving lucid dreams Along with step by step instructions and practical tips, Mark shares entertaining and enlightening stories from other lucid dreamers Once you ve mastered self awareness while sleeping, you can use lucid dreaming to Live your fantasies Improve health and wellness Discover past lives Consult dream guides Enhance your spirituality Solve real life problems Explore alternate realities

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    One Reply to “Lucid Dreaming for Beginners: Simple Techniques for Creating Interactive Dreams”

    1. A well written book about Lucid Dreaming. I became curious about Lucid Dreaming after experiencing two dreams were I was in control. I ended up picking up this book which helped explain more about what Lucid Dreaming is along with a long list of tips and ideas on gaining a better control over your dreams. Though I have to admit its a bit repetitive in parts and states some rather obvious information that anyone whos done at least a little bit of research would know it was entertaining to read an [...]

    2. This is a very thorough book, maybe even too detailed in places, but I'm OK with that. I haven't had any lucid dreams yet but I will keep trying. If it never happens, it would not be the fault of this book!

    3. This book frustrated me. There were some good tips, such as anchoring, but practically nothing else in this book was very well put together.I have read a great deal more on lucid dreaming since reading this book. The writer may be adept at doing it but his voice comes across as a bit self conscious. There is also a lot of unnecessary prose devoted to meaningless subjects. You do not have to describe every color a dream journal could possibly be. Good grief, man.That having been said, anything us [...]

    4. Two years ago, I learned that I am "Lucid Dreamer". No, I never learn to have lucid dreaming. Well, I don't even know that there is something called "Lucid" about our dreams. I just knew that I can always control my dream.This book is one of my "impulsive shopping". I like the cover and the introduction. Unfortunately, I didn't find what I'm looking for. This book is good for those who want to create that kind of dream while I'm looking for more than just that. Although I don't know what is it t [...]

    5. I think this book is a good read for young readers and anyone who is absolutely new to the idea of Lucid dreaming. It has an easy read to it and goes over the reading material from the previous chapters. My personal favorite book on the subject is "Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self"

    6. It was okaybut something just didn't set right with me about the suggestions of going about controlling your dreamsI think I'm more in the camp of letting my dreams tell me what they want. than telling myself what to dream

    7. I hope I can learn to do even more than control myself as a character as the dream unfolds. I want to be able to control my surroundings and to understand what my dreams mean.

    8. A very good book for beginners. Had my first lucid dream while I was reading this book! Short but to the point.

    9. Impulse buy. Lots of repeated information/tips. Smells like my favourite candle shop though so that's pretty cool!

    10. A good beginners book to lucid dreaming. I bought this book for my husband, but I had to read it. This book can teach you how to take control of your dreams.

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