Control Your Dreams: How Lucid Dreaming Can Help You Uncover Your Hidden Fears & Explore the Frontiers of Human Consciousness

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Open Road Media, Jul 29, 2014 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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The authors reveal how dreaming can help you uncover your hidden desires and confront your hidden fears. With exercises and techniques taken from the most up-to-date scientific dream research, readers learn how to use dreaming for creative work, healing, and meditation.
 

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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

Contents

Foreword
The Meaning and Power of Dreams
A Guide to Learning How to Lucid Dream
Songs Sex and the Thrill of Flying
The Creative Link
Confronting Your Demons in Lucid Dreams
Can Dreams Keep You Healthy?
UFOs Butterflies and the Case for Meditation
Decoding the Dreaming Brain
Moving Toward Pure Consciousness
Acknowledgments
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Jayne Gackenbach is a writer and dream researcher whose focus is lucid dreaming and other altered states of consciousness. She was trained as an experimental psychologist (PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1978) and went on to research at the University of Northern Iowa for eleven years before immigrating to Canada. She currently teaches full time at Grant MacEwan University and part time at Athabasca University in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is also an adjunct faculty member with Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center. She is the author of several books on dreaming and the Internet. Her most recent research interest is in video-game players and the development of consciousness.
 
Jane Bosveld is a science writer and longtime contributing editor to Omni magazine.

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