Control Your Dreams
Control Your Dreams clearly and succinctly explains the most recent findings in dream research and presents techniques and exercises for dream mastery--using dreams to uncover hidden desires, confront hidden fears, and explore the frontiers of the human mind.
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I found this to be a well-written, interesting book, but not one of the most exciting or easy-to-read works on the subject of lucid dreaming. It is a comprehensive exposition of lucid dreaming ... Read full review
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