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      Hey Guys,

      I just heard a couple of days ago about Lucid dreaming from my brother. After reading around in the internet I noticed, that I already had kind of a "Lucid Dream". I was in a dream and I knew that I was dreaming. This actually already happened more than once to me. So after realizing that I want to give lucid dreaming a try. Is there any book, that gives you step by step explanations how to attain a Lucid dream? I know I could read it all up in the Internet, but mostly books are just more structured etc..

      I hope you guys can help me out,
      Hero

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      You could check out the School of Out-of-Body Travel, which is a free e-book. I haven't actually finished reading it myself yet, but it seems to have some good techniques.

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      Try "Exploring the World of Lucid Dreams" by Stephen LaBerge. It is a very good book, and I definitely recommend it.

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      Hey Guys,

      thank you very much for the quick answers. I am downloading the Ebook right away. To the LaBerge book: I looked on Amazon and I saw different versions from different years, which one shall I buy? The newest one? And is there maybe a second book, that has more practical guidelines? Because I heard that LaBerge has a lot of theory and not so much of practical instructions for a beginner.

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      Quote Originally Posted by HeroMachine View Post
      Hey Guys,

      thank you very much for the quick answers. I am downloading the Ebook right away. To the LaBerge book: I looked on Amazon and I saw different versions from different years, which one shall I buy? The newest one? And is there maybe a second book, that has more practical guidelines? Because I heard that LaBerge has a lot of theory and not so much of practical instructions for a beginner.
      I would recommend getting this version. In my opinion, it is a lot better than his new stuff, and will definitely help you.

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      Hi HeroMachine,

      In all honesty, save your money. Dreamviews is the best resource for lucid dreaming. If you really need to contribute, click on a couple of ads, but honestly, there is more information here than any book could possibly provide.

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      But I looked around in the forum, and I didn't find a step by step explanation how to achieve a lucid dream. I find a lot of tactics, but that doesn't help me a lot if I don't know the basics.

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      Not sure if this is the kind of thing you're looking for, but check this out: http://www.dreamviews.com/wiki/User-...Lucid-Dreaming

      I was looking for Puffin's beginner's guide but I can't find it anywhere on the wiki. Hold on - let me dig around a little more... BRB...

      Ok I thought Puffin wrote a beginner's guide, but it's not listed in her sig either.
      Last edited by Darkmatters; 09-18-2011 at 06:43 PM.

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      good luck
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