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      Book on lucid dreaming

      I just got the book Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming, and I was wondering if it was one of the "Recommended" books on lucid dreaming. It seems pretty good, for what I've read of it.

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      It's practically the LD bible when you think about it.

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      Yea, it is the most recomended that I have heard of, and LaBerge is quoted more than a few times here on DV. I gotta get it myself...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Reality_is_a_Dream View Post
      Yea, it is the most recomended that I have heard of, and LaBerge is quoted more than a few times here on DV. I gotta get it myself...
      and its cheap...and at barnes and noble...im going to get it today. I mean 350 pages for 7 dollars
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      haha I think mini got it about right... the LD bible
      It's the book I've heard about most when people suggest anything on lucid dreaming.

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      That's the best one. There are some others out there, but none as good as that one.

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      Yes, most oneironauts view EWOLD as the "lucid dreaming bible", and it is the only one I have read, and it is the one that I lend out to friends/family I think will be interested in lucid dreaming. To simply learn to LD, I think it offers everything a reader needs to know so I've never purchased or read any other books, though I'd like to when I have the time.

      This topic has been brought up a few times on the forums, here's a link to a list of those threads so you can check them out.
      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...archid=2107266

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