Publisher: Wikibooks 2008
Number of pages: 50
To start with, you will find out a little on what dreaming is from the biological point of view. Then, the book will explain how to improve your dream recall so that you remember more of your dreams. Next, it will explain how to become lucid during dreams, and how to stay lucid. It will also explain how to keep yourself in the dream and prevent it from "fading". Finally, there will be some suggestions for what you could do within your lucid dreams.
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by Sasha Stephens - Smashwords
Bedtime Stories are little snippets of sleepy wisdom, written to inspire and empower those who have difficulty sleeping. Sometimes loving, sometimes harsh, always truthful. Now, even the most desperate of insomniacs can feel less alone.
by Michael Raduga
This book will help you gain the practical knowledge necessary to master the phase state of the mind (phase), also known as 'out-of-body experience' (OOBE), 'astral projection', and 'lucid dreaming' from a pragmatic and applied approach.
by Henri Bergson - B.W. Huebsch
The subject of the significance of dreams, so long ignored, has suddenly become a matter of study and of controversy the world over. The cause of this revival of interest is the new point of view brought forward by Professor Bergson in this book.
by Sigmund Freud - J. A. McCann
Interested in learning what your dreams reveal about you, your desires, and your secrets? Freud was one of the first of his day to psychoanalyze dreams, and many, both novices and experts alike, are still practicing and using his methods today.