Gain greater insight into your waking life by exploring your dreams. Understand the basics of sleeping and dreaming, and see how to use sleep imagery as a tool for problem solving. Examine the phenomena of precognition, dream telepathy, and sleep paralysis. Methods are included to alleviate sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleepwalking, sleep-talking, and night terrors. Find out how lucid dreaming (when you are asleep yet fully aware of dreaming) can be used to initiate precognitive dreams, administer healing, lower stress, enhance creativity, and more. Learn to transform nightmares into more pleasant experiences, and discover techniques for uncovering the hidden meanings in particularly significant dreams. As you explore the enigmatic world of dreams, you will develop a greater understanding of your own inner universe.
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