Lucid Dreams in 30 Days: The Creative Sleep Program

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Macmillan, Dec 31, 2003 - Psychology - 128 pages
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With this volume you will learn to explore the mysteries of your sleeping self. Beginning with simple steps such as keeping a dream journal to record your dreams, Keith Harary, Ph.D., and Pamela Weintraub take you step-by-step, day-by-day through the lucid dreaming process. You advance to realizing when you are in a dream state, waking up "in" your dreams, and eventually, actually controlling the content of your dreams.
  

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User Review  - Kasandra - Goodreads

Some of the exercises don't work at all but I like a lot of them. Keeps your mindset to keep trying. One of my favorite quotes at the end, "Indeed, lucid dreamers who spend a great deal of time merely ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jim Razinha - Goodreads

30 days? It's a 30 minute read. Total rubbish. Picked it up out of curiosity, got a chuckle, did a little googling on the mumbo jumbo of "lucid dreaming" - wiki says it's documented to be true (Did ... Read full review

Contents

WEEK ONE WAKING UP TO YOUR DREAMS
3
AND 2 DREAM RECALL
4
TEMPLE OF DREAMS
9
VISION QUEST
12
LIFE IS BUT A DREAM
14
DREAM REHEARSAL
16
DAY? EDGE OF CONSCIOUSNESS
19
WEEK TWO LUCID DREAMING
25
WHIRL WITHOUT END
38
DREAM WEAVING
40
FREE DREAMING
43
WEEK THREE HIGH LUCIDITY
47
ALTERED STATES
50
THE ADVENTURES OF GUMBY
53
HIGH LUCIDITY
55
WINDS OF CHANGE
57

REALITY CHECK
28
I LOVE LUCIDITY
30
DREAMERS GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE
32
WHOS FLYING NOW?
35
WEEK FOUR CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS
67
A SPECIAL NOTE TO
105
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
111
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About the author (2003)

Keith Harary is a research director of the Institute for Advanced Psychology in Tiburon, California.

Pamela Weintraub is an author and journalist who specializes in health, biomedicine, and psychology. She is currently a consulting editor at "Psychology Today "and executive editor at "MAMM "magazine, and has served as editor in chief of OMNI and staff writer at "Discover," Weintraub has written hundreds of articles for many national publications, including "Redbook," "Ms.," "McCall's," "Audubon, "and "Health, "to name just a few. She lives in Connecticut.

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