“Sixty Days of Mind Power Tips” #19

What if right now, reading these words, you suddenly realized that you were actually dreaming–and that in this domain you could do anything imaginable?

That is what it’s like to dream lucidly, according to lucid dreaming pioneer Stephen LaBerge. In his book, Lucid Dreaming, he teaches his simple, tested methods for becoming fully conscious in the dream state.

I saw him speak here once in San Antonio at the Mind Science Foundation. He even had a group back then that was experimenting with collective dreaming.

With LaBerge’s help, anyone can learn to consciously explore and use their dreams for self-discovery, creativity, fantasy fulfillment, emotional healing, and profound spiritual insight. You can learn how to:
* awaken in the dream state
* “re-dream” your nightmares to resolve hidden fears
* use dreamwork for emotional healing
* use the lucid dream state to more fully awaken in your daytime hours.
I use the dream state for all kinds of problem resolution and manifesting things I want in my life. It is fun and fascinating!

Here’s a cool website if you want more information.

One thought on ““Sixty Days of Mind Power Tips” #19

  1. Great perspective on the benefits of lucid dreaming! LaBerge is very much the Timothy Leary of the dream realm as his stated mission is to wake everyone up in their dreams. Tune in, drop out, and take a nap.

    I have to warn tho that facing nightmares lucidly and “looking for trouble” can be disturbing, and it’s always a good idea to only engage in these mind explorations when your life is stable and you have a good emotional support network.

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