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[Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming] >> Stephen LaBerge Howard Rheingold A solid how to bookFor amateur dream researchers, this is a must.WHOLE EARTH REVIEWThis book goes far beyond the confines of pop dream psychology, establishing a scientifically researched framework for using lucid dreaming that is, consciously influencing the outcome of your dreams Based on Dr Stephen LaBerge s extensive laboratory work at Stanford University map A solid how to bookFor amateur dream researchers, this is a must.WHOLE EARTH REVIEWThis book goes far beyond the confines of pop dream psychology, establishing a scientifically researched framework for using lucid dreaming that is, consciously influencing the outcome of your dreams Based on Dr Stephen LaBerge s extensive laboratory work at Stanford University mapping mind body relationships during the dream state, as well as the teachings of Tibetan dream yogis and the work of other scientists, including German psycholgist Paul Tholey, this practical workbook will show you how to use your dreams to Solve problems Gain greater confidence improve creativity, and .
Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming A solid how to bookFor amateur dream researchers this is a must WHOLE EARTH REVIEWThis book goes far beyond the confines of pop dream psychology establishing a scientifically researched framework fo

  • Title: Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming
  • Author: Stephen LaBerge Howard Rheingold
  • ISBN: 9780345374103
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
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    Stephen LaBerge Howard Rheingold

    Stephen LaBerge 1947 is a psychophysiologist and a leader in the scientific study of lucid dreaming He began researching lucid dreaming for his Ph.D in Psychophysiology at Stanford University, which he received in 1980 In 1987, he founded The Lucidity Institute, an organization that promotes research into lucid dreaming, as well as running courses for the general public on how to achieve a lucid dream.

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    • Jay Reynolds said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Full of practical, evidence based advice on the practice of lucid dreaming from Stephen LaBerge of Stanford University.With the aid of the information presented in Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming , I became a proficient lucid dreamer, easily realizing than 30 successful attempts following a couple weeks of practice As I became better at lucid dreaming, I was able to slip directly from a hypnogogic state into a lucid dream, all the while maintaining awareness I realize I may be unusual in [...]

    • Amany Gara said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Amazing omg how can i not recommending this bookThe same thing happens when you realize that ordinary life is a dream, just a movie, just a play You don t become cautious, timid, reserved You start jumping up and down and doing flips, precisely because it s all a dream, it s all pure Emptiness You don t feel less, you feel because you can afford to You are no longer afraid of dying, and therefore you are not afraid of living You become radical and wild, intense and vivid, shocking and silly [...]

    • Roy Huff said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This has to be one of my favorite books Everyone needs to buy and read this book If you are not familiar with the concept of lucid dreams, this will answer all your questions This is based on scientific research and not a lot of the hokey new age concepts you find in other lucid dreaming books This is also NOT about dream interpretation but rather a simple, easy, and clear strategy to control your dreams The MILD and WILD techniques can get you started the first day This influenced me in ways th [...]

    • Nathan said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      A great introduction to the world of lucid dreaming and how to go about obtaining the skills to lucid dream yourself Personally, I have not been able to really lucid dream yet, but I have made progress and look forward to being successful The book provides a lot of different exercises for the reader to practice in order to become an oneironaut and I found a lot of them to be really well explained and clear There were also a bunch of different examples of how lucid dreaming can influence one s r [...]

    • Mike B said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This book put me on a pretty open minded path some years ago and I m glad I read it, as it s made me a creative and confident person However, it did only a little for me as far as lucid dreaming goes It turns out lucid dreaming is a serious commitment that requires a LOT of sleep 8 10 hrs a night at first It s ironic that this book promises to enrich your life but demands you spend that much of it asleep

    • Mitch S said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Very good book Not enough people know about the tremendous benefits that can come with lucid dreaming This book effectivley taught me how to control my dreams and act out any scenario I like Its the natural form of virtual reality and its only limited to your imagination.

    • Ryan said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      If you are self disciplined enough to follow the very specific steps to lucid dreaming in LaBerge s book, you will experience the transcendent and life changing states of lucidity It s worth the effort The research on the subjective is extensive, and Eastern spiritual traditions are presented alongside the very Western scientific approach For someone obsessed with dreams and the dream state, this is a must read.

    • Marius said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Those who are ready don t have to read this book or do the overcomplicated exercises, and the ones who fear themselves will never allow a lucid dream to happen, whatever the degree of effort applied.Lucid dreaming changes your outlook regarding existence, and the effects are irreversible, in my experience.

    • Mia Goros said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Exploring the World Of Lucid Dreaming by Dr Stephen LaBerge Howard Rheingold focuses on the techniques to having your own lucid dreams From the start, it informs the reader on their philosophy and how they studied these techniques It confirms that lucid dreaming takes time and that at least one of these techniques will help you start and continue lucid dreaming Knowing your awake and dream state becomes important because, much of what you just observed about your present experiential world appli [...]

    • Carl said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Professor Stephen Laberge lucidity , the pioneer in this field, who has his own Dream Laboratory Stanford University writes about proving why doesn t proving have 2 O s in it that Lucid Dreams Occur, that we can become conscious in our dreams, along with techniques on how to master this art.Beyond words.We have them when we re kids until our teachers and peers tell us that all those things we believed in are fairy tales Hardly a wonder why the average pinnacle for intuition during the human life [...]

    • Tommy said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This is a very interesting book and a great reference for anyone interested in dreaming and lucid dreaming I consider it a combination of a how to and a why to The major skills I think someone could takeaway from this are 1 How to relax and or clear your mind2 How to recall your dreams3 How to lucid dream4 How to potentially resolve problems in your dreamsIn terms of why to s of this book I think Laberge makes some interesting arguments about the benefit of lucid dreaming and I think it s defini [...]

    • ZeN said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Excellent guide for beginners to Lucid Dreaming Gives a lot of needed information and a novice guide tutorial to Oneironauting I held back a star since it didn t fit my needs as much seeing as how it s heavy with anecdotes and I was searching for of the technical Since its a good guide for starters, it has reviews and notes to remember the info I knew most of it already so the reviews seemed redundant Taking up space with already stated information Still it s a great book with a good overview o [...]

    • Ethan said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Anyone interested in or even vaguely curious about Lucid Dreaming should begin with this book Stephen LaBerge is one of the world s leading authorities on Lucid Dreaming and draws upon decades of research conducted at the sleep laboratory at Stanford to lay the groundwork for anyone who would like to learn how to consistently have lucid dreams The book is very thorough and comes in at over 300 pages, but the potential benefits are well worth the time.

    • Dean Tsang said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Stephen LaBerge introduces and explains lucid dreaming nicely, taking a simplistic approach in explaining the techniques and benefits of conscious sleep This book explained everything I could have asked for, and have no qualms with it I definitely recommend this for anyone who has thought of taking up lucid dreaming.

    • Eva said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      A lot of the practical tips in this book can be found online, but for background information on lucid dreaming research or the way people apply lucid dreaming, this seems to be the best book out there.

    • Ryan said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Good introduction to lucid dreaming, the bible for lucid dreaming

    • Ben Nesvig said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Fascinating topic and book It took me a year to get half way through another book on the topic I read this in a week While I haven t had a lucid dream yet, dream recall has picked up.

    • SundayAtDusk said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      I was quite surprised Stephen LaBerge s book was so readable Since he is strictly a scientific sort of guy, I feared the book was going to be slow and dry Fortunately, it was just the opposite There are lots of first person accounts, and the book never bogs down anywhere If you are a believer of OBE s and ADC s, however, stand forewarned that Dr LaBerge thinks there are no such things you don t travel out of body at nights, and you can t raise the dead No, you are supposedly just talking to your [...]

    • Liz LaVier said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This book could be shorter too many personal examples , but the techniques are presented clearly, and they work The author spends a fair bit of time discussing psychology, brain imaging studies, and meditation traditions particularly the dream yoga of Tibetan Buddhism I have slacked off on practicing, but when I was following the methods described dream journaling, techniques for state checking practicing asking yourself throughout the day if you re awake or asleep, and figuring out what signs i [...]

    • GilianB said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      The standard work on lucid dreaming This book provides a thorough introduction to the subject As I was already familiar with the topic, I already knew the various lucidity induction techniques Besides these methods, the book also talks about theories of dreaming, psychology, etc Many lucid dreaming reports are included, which make me feel that I still have a lot to explore during my nocturnal journeys.When I first learned about lucid dreaming, I was extremely excited and the topic has from then [...]

    • D said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This book has a step by step method for learning how to have and use lucid dreams One component is targeting dreamsign categories These include inner awareness, action, form, or context You can practice looking for dreamsigns while you are awake, too, by making a habit of examining your day for events that fit under your dreamsign category For example, if your target category is action, study how you, other people, animals, objects and machines act and move Once you are familiar with how things [...]

    • Acer Pseudoplantatus said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Overall, a fantastic book on the topic, presenting both plenty of techniques and uses as well as scientific theory and conjectures and offering some glimpses into the history of the research of lucid dreaming It is, however, a bit bloated in my opinion, as I deem almost all of the dream reports to be unnecessary and there were a couple of new age y and self help book like ideas presented that annoyed me.

    • Stephen Monroe Monroe said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This book was a good guide to lucid dreaming, although there was almost too much information for me to process In his efforts to be thorough the author included many lucid dreaming methods that most readers will never use or have any interest in trying The book could have been concise and provided problem solving and intention building material The author was also very dismissive of out of body experiences which may offend some readers who have had these experiences for themselves.

    • Lucia Deetz said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Economica la carta, ben strutturati i contenuti Pur se un po datato, questo libro rimane una pietra miliare nel campo A chi volesse approfondire l argomento e aggiornarsi sulle ultime tecniche consiglio di frequentare il canale di Reddit dedicato ai sogni lucidi La community pi fervida che mai.

    • Varun Sadasivan said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      The book talks about the methods that can be used to remain conscious while in dreams aka lucid dreaming ,Dr Stephen LaBerge is a towering figure in this field of research and this is reflected in the book The book is not a one time read but one has to keep going through it again and again to get better at the art of lucid dreaming 5 5

    • Maksen said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      The Bible of lucid dreaming simply the best.

    • Movsar Bekaev said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Best book on lucid dreaming

    • Akhil Jain said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      Fav quotes Page 25 You may be wondering, then, how you could have a dream that seems to last for years or lifetimes I believe this effect is achieved in dreams by the same stage trick that causes the illusion of the passage of time in the movies or theater If, on screen, stage, or dream, we see someone turning out the light as the clock strikes midnight, and after a few moments of darkness, we see him turning off an alarm as the bright morning sun shines through the window, we ll accept pretend, [...]

    • Ra said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      The whole book is incredible trying the methods explained and seeing results made me really interested in continuing on the lucid dreaming practice Could not stop to mention how great are the quotes and the bibliographical references.

    • Andrew said:
      Feb 17, 2020 - 03:10 AM

      This is the most authoritative book on the subject of lucid dreaming that I have encountered Although to be honest, it doesn t have a whole lot of competition As the author concedes, the scientific study of dreams is a fairly new phenomenon Perhaps as a result, this book is of an overview of every possible aspect of dream study one could imagine However the downside to this is that many of the topics covered feel like incomplete thoughts The book has a bit of a self help vibe to it, but not ove [...]

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