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      Lucid Dreaming Book Club Suggestions

      Please use this thread to make suggestions for the Lucid Dreaming Book Club's next title.

      Suggestions may be on the topic of lucid dreaming, as well as related topics: non-lucid dreaming, psychology of dreams (i.e. Jung), shamanic dreamwork, out of body experiences, astral projection, dream yoga.

      Please limit your suggestions to no more than 3 titles per person. We will vote on them in another thread.
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      I'm going to go ahead and put in my suggestion for Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge. I know most have read it, however, it's great for the beginners here, and it is always a good re-read. Plus, there's a new audiobook version out there, and it's free on Hoopla if you have a library card that uses them.
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      I was going to suggest a Daniel Love book, for some of the beginners out there. The book is called "Are You Dreaming?: Exploring Lucid Dreams: A Comprehensive Guide".
      He is a member here on the forum. Maybe if people have questions about lucid dreaming, you can just PM him and he may help you?

      It's all up to you guys?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Lang View Post
      I was going to suggest a Daniel Love book, for some of the beginners out there. The book is called "Are You Dreaming?: Exploring Lucid Dreams: A Comprehensive Guide".
      He is a member here on the forum. Maybe if people have questions about lucid dreaming, you can just PM him and he may help you?

      It's all up to you guys?
      I haven't read this, and would be interested. Although, it would take me longer as I'm sure it's not on audiobook?

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      To be honest, I'm not sure.
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      This is not for lucidity, but it can help regardless.

      Anna Wise
      Awakening the Mind: A Guide to Harnessing the Power of Your Brainwaves

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      Awakening the Mind is a first-rate guidebook for the development of consciousness. Anna Wise is one of the foremost pioneers of brain-wave biofeedback. Her book is filled with practical secrets that she has learned over the years and that anyone can use to make fuller use of the mind and become more skilled at living. —Andrew Weil, M.D.

      About the Author
      Anna Wise, author of The High-Performance Mind, has taught meditation and brain-wave development for three decades. She leads workshops, seminars, and corporate-training programs worldwide. In 1988, she founded The Anna Wise Center in Larkspur, California.
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      I would recommend Robert Waggoner's Lucid Dreaming - Gateway to the Inner Self. It's not for absolute beginners, but contains a wealth of info for advancing beginners to seasoned veterans. A bit on the spiritual rather than scientific side for my own taste, but worthwile to check out!
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      "Then you have a small imagination."

      "You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling."

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      How about Illusions, by Richard Bach?

      Though it isn't specifically about LD'ing, if read in the context of LD'ing, it might be an outstanding guide to its potentials... plus it's a fun book!

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      Quote Originally Posted by EddieDean View Post
      I would recommend Robert Waggoner's Lucid Dreaming - Gateway to the Inner Self. It's not for absolute beginners, but contains a wealth of info for advancing beginners to seasoned veterans. A bit on the spiritual rather than scientific side for my own taste, but worthwile to check out!
      That's a good book. I've read it, but would be happy to re-read. I happen to love the fact that it's a touch spiritual. It challenges us to go beyond ourselves.

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      How about Illusions, by Richard Bach?

      Though it isn't specifically about LD'ing, if read in the context of LD'ing, it might be an outstanding guide to its potentials... plus it's a fun book!
      A weird idea. I like it.
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      Nice Suggestions guys, keep em' coming!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sageous View Post
      How about Illusions, by Richard Bach?

      Though it isn't specifically about LD'ing, if read in the context of LD'ing, it might be an outstanding guide to its potentials... plus it's a fun book!
      I saw your suggestion and got the ebook, man that's a beautiful piece!

      "... illusions, maybe, but pretty ones for sure".

      Thanks for the suggestion!
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      "Then you have a small imagination."

      "You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling."

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      Last day for book suggestions. Tomorrow we will start the voting process.

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