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- Print Length: 44 pages
- Publisher: Jamie Alexander; 1.0 edition (January 10, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 10, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00F6FVV02
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Lucid Dream On Command - Advanced Techniques For Multiple Lucid Dreams Per Week by Jamie Alexander Kindle Edition
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There were some techniques described that seemed like they might be helpful, but the author didn't really clearly explain if one was to do this in a 'wide awake' state, or pre sleep.
There was helpful info, like keeping a notebook by your bed, waking up earlier than usual to find that likely to produce a lucid dream, and the technique of imagining things with the back of your head. Or asking yourself ''am I dreaming''? at various points during the day and fixating on something to look at, like your hand, so you can look again in your dream as a signpost.
They've not worked for me so far, but the author warned it may take time.
I had a period of frequent lucid dreaming that came on me spontaneously, years ago. It was a time I was meditating a great deal, and then read a book (now seems to be out of print), about lucid dreaming that had wonderful illustrations of mandalas , and other symbols that actually seemed to trigger this phenomenon for me.
For me the lucid dreams were very much like 'real life' except I could create the scenes consciously with my intention..mostly what I did at the time was self indulgent (dancing on stage, flying, partying, being a voyeur!) , but being more mature I would love now to do things like co dream with friends, talk to wise people on the 'other side' or practice skills I wish to develop in 'waking life'. For me I would hear a 'whooshing' roaring sound before I 'left' when the lucid state was during a meditation or semi awake state, then would feel 'out of my body' and off I went. The catch was as it went along I seemed to lose control and was flying around space at high velocity.
I had sleeping lucid dreams too, but these 'daytime' ones were pretty powerful. I always seemed to feel deeply refreshed the next day after a lucid dream, and felt a wonderful light and loose feeling, which makes you wonder if you really DO leave your body. My now transitioned mother used to lucid dream too, and she always reported this too.
If you have felt this sensation, then this book might help you achieve the lucid dreaming state.
Definitely worth it.