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      Best book about lucid dreaming?

      I want to just know what the general public thinks the best, meaning most insightful, helpful, and I guess entertaining book there is regarding dreaming and lucid dreaming.

      I have been looking some up and found a real lot and can't really figure out which one would be best to at least start with.

      Some I got info on were...

      Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming - Stephen Laberge
      Conscious Dreaming - Robert Moss
      Dreamgates - Robert Moss
      Dreaming While Awake - Arnold Mindell
      Journeys Out of the Body - Robert Monroe
      Adventures Beyond the Body - William Buhlman

      There are lots more than I expected
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      Any book you can find by Stephen LaBerge. He's the best, in my opinion.
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      I agree: Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming.

      also Creative Dreaming by Pamela Ball

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      Another vote here for Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming!
      “Not all lucid dreams are useful but they all have a sense of wonder about them. If you must sleep through a third of your life, why should you sleep through your dreams, too?” ~Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D


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      If you read all the tutorials on this site, you will basically have read the book of Stephan Laberge, or any book out there about lucid dreaming.

      The books of Carlos Castaneda however, take dreaming to a whole new level, it's like he's in a completely different league. Some techniques Stephen Laberge talks about are even based on the books of Carlos Castaneda. The art of dreaming is one of his books that talks about lucid dreaming.
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      Quote Originally Posted by ChaybaChayba View Post
      If you read all the tutorials on this site, you will basically have read the book of Stephan Laberge, or any book out there about lucid dreaming.
      But he won't be reading his experiences, his advise, or the experience of others that are published. Even if he reads the tutorials, he won't be reading what's coming from him.

      The books help, big time, so don't count them out.
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      Astral Dynamics by Robert Bruce is really good.

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      I've got this book by Stephen called Lucid Dreaming: The Power of Being Awake & Aware in your dreams. It's pretty good, but I haven't read the more recommend book of his.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Snowy Egypt View Post
      But he won't be reading his experiences, his advise, or the experience of others that are published. Even if he reads the tutorials, he won't be reading what's coming from him.

      The books help, big time, so don't count them out.
      Soooo true about the experiences. That's a very special part of this book and others.
      “Not all lucid dreams are useful but they all have a sense of wonder about them. If you must sleep through a third of your life, why should you sleep through your dreams, too?” ~Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D


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      I need to find "Exploring" somewhere, I home I can convince my dad to let me use his credut card!

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      Don't feel you need to buy a book. I've never bought or read a lucid dreaming book; however I've read a lot of information around here and it's helped just as much as those books would.

      Just look around the tutorials, find a technique that suits you, and you'll be good.

      But if you really want to buy a book, I'd say Stephen Laberge. Most people like his writing.
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