• Lucid Dreaming Made Easy

  • The Superpower of Dreams. Discover the Best Techniques to Travel into the Dimension of Dreams and Live Experiences That Are Impossible While Awake
  • By: Jan Light
  • Narrated by: Cecilia Bax
  • Length: 5 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (54 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What state of mind are we in when we dream?

And why do we travel to a parallel world where anything is possible? If you want to know the latest discoveries, then keep reading!

The light goes out and the film begins. We are in bed, however, not at the cinema.

And of the film, we are the only directors and performers, because we are dreaming: like every night, like every time we fall asleep. 

We sleep for a third of our life and, unlike what was thought recently, today we know that we spend all this time dreaming, as if we were in a parallel world where everything is possible.

Dreaming takes place when you’re in a profound sleep. It’s often said that dreams represent our subconscious thoughts and feelings, which has led to the mysterious field of dream analysis.

The word "lucid" comes from the Latin word "luscious", which means "shine". The Latin word and prefix "Luc" refer to "light". As a result, anything that is ‘lucid’ is related to having clarity. Lucid things can be seen and understood clearly.

A lucid dream has a certain amount of parity to it; it can be seen and recognized as a dream. Regular dreams seem to be shrouded in a murky fog compared to lucid dreams, which are a whole lot clearer and easy to grab hold of.

This might seem unbelievable in itself, but it is real. Until you experience it yourself, it’s a difficult feeling to comprehend, but by the time you finish this book, hopefully, you’ll know exactly what a lucid dream feels like!

This book covers:

  • What Is A Lucid Dream?
  • The Desire to Have a Lucid Dream.
  • How-To Steps to Learning Lucid Dreaming
  • Risk and Dangers of Lucid Dreaming
  • Taking Control of Lucid Dream
  • Sleep Well
  • The Memory of Dreams
  • Techniques of Basic Lucid Dreaming
  • And Much More!

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Awful

I feel sad and less intelligent after reading this. The monotonous narration made me squirm. The title was misleading. Half the content has nothing to do with lucid dreaming. There was no structure. I have no earthly idea how this had 50 glowing reviews before I purchased it. I'll never get the time or brain cells I invested in this garbage back.

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Highly Recommend .

Great book especially about using lucidity to help tackle fears in waking life. Living the lucid dream.

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Valuable Book.

refreshing but I'll keep searching. whish I knew what for. Then I wouldn't be searching anymore...hmm

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Lovely Audio Book.

I have listened to a few different books on lucid dreaming and this is by far the best. Don't bother looking elsewhere, this book is hands down the best place to start.

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Excellent Listen.

This book gives a comprehensive overview of the western approach to lucid dreaming and dream work. I would recommend it for anyone interested in learning more or deepening their practice.

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Very Interesting Book .

I'm learning to lucid dream and as a beginner I found this book to be of tremendous value. It explains various techniques that can be used to help but beyond that it shows the huge value of lucid dreams. I was going to say the sky's the limit, but with lucid dreaming it doesn't appear to end there! Enjoy.

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A Great Book.

James P. Lowry is excellent at explaining information about lucid dreams in a very easy to understand and practical way the any lucid dreaming beginner can understand and appreciate. Thanks author for sharing this audible.

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Nice to Hear.

This book explains many of the tools and techniques you can use to become conscious in your dreams, as well as its practical real life applications. While in a lucid dream state you have direct conscious access to your unconscious mind. I am exceptionally happy with this audio book.

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Good Sound Quality.

Fantastic book. Gives you everything you need to know on how to develop the skills needed to have lucid dreams and then to go much deeper into using that ability to develop the qualities of kindness, compassion, and clear-thinking, in a powerful way once you have access to the dreaming state.

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Brilliant Book.

This is the best book on lucid dreaming, and I've bought dozens over the years. These techniques work, but require consistent practice, and James P. Lowry has a real way of explaining these often difficult concepts in a light, fun and motivating way. Definitely recommend for anyone serious about learning lucid dreaming.