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Lucid Dreaming, Plain And Simple: Tips and Techniques for Insight, Creativity, and Personal Growth Paperback – 30 Jan 2015
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About the Author
Robert Waggoner is President-Elect of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and a summa cum laude graduate of Drake University with a degree in psychology. He is also the co-founder and editor of the online journal, The Lucid Dream Exchange (dreaminglucid.com), the only ongoing publication devoted specically to lucid dreaming. He is a frequent speaker at national and international dream conferences.
Caroline McCready teaches art, meditation, lucid dreaming and creativity workshops in London. As a practicing artist she has exhibited in the UK and Australia and has sold her art pieces globally. She has a BA honors degree from the University of Warwick, studied Sculpture in London and has an SQC in Psychology from Oxford Brookes University. For more information visit www.carolinemccready.com.
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I am a beginner (have been dream journalling for about 5 months and had a handful of lucid dreams so far) and found this book to be the most suited to me out of all of the ones I have read. The other two I have read are Charlie Morley's "Lucid Dreaming - A Beginner's Guide", which was very readable but mainly contained information I had already accessed elsewhere - a great guide for early beginners - and "Gateway to the Inner Self" by Robert Waggoner, which was very interesting read, more towards the advanced side, with loads of great ideas of how to direct your intent in the dreamspace, but less instructional, more descriptive/anecdotal.
"Plain and Simple" was a perfect blend of clearly described techniques for beginners to practise, and deeper insights and practices to work towards. I am sure I will be reading it again this year and will continue to refer back to it. I circled loads of the passages in here and connected with many of the ideas. There are chapters covering all sorts of topics, such as basics like reality checks and how to improve recall, as well as practical ideas about how to stabilise dreams once you are lucid, how to maintain lucidity, and how to navigate the dreamscape, and also suggesting ideas of what you can use lucid dreaming for, and how to manifest your intentions.
It's also a very pretty book to carry around, which helps :)
I would highly recommend this to all beginning and intermediate lucid dreamers, and I'm sure even advanced lucid dreamers would find something to brush up their techniques in here!
Daniel Love scores very high for his thorough, systematic layout of the subject - winning way over Robert waggoner and Caroline McCready when it comes to induction techniques especially. But Love - despite producing a most facinating and very readable book - clearly strikes me as a reductionist, whereas the present authors are refreshingly humanistic. For me both books are compilmentary and essential companions.
I used to have Big Epic dreams' back in the day 20's to 40's', and lucid ones too!
I think menopause has sapped the dream stuff out of me. But I'm always hopeful and keep practicing.
it's fascinating reading anyway.
For me is the best book for Lucid Dreaming from start to end.
I hope it doze for you to:-)
Best Regards to all