A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming Mastering the Art of Oneironautics Imagine being able to fly Walk through walls Shape shift Breathe underwater Conjure loved ones or total strangers out of thin air Imagine experiencing your nighttime dreams with the same awareness you

  • Title: A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming: Mastering the Art of Oneironautics
  • Author: Dylan Tuccillo
  • ISBN: 9780761177395
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imagine being able to fly Walk through walls Shape shift Breathe underwater Conjure loved ones or total strangers out of thin air Imagine experiencing your nighttime dreams with the same awareness you possess right now fully functioning memory, imagination, and self awareness Imagine being able to use this power to be creative, solve problems, and discover a deeImagine being able to fly Walk through walls Shape shift Breathe underwater Conjure loved ones or total strangers out of thin air Imagine experiencing your nighttime dreams with the same awareness you possess right now fully functioning memory, imagination, and self awareness Imagine being able to use this power to be creative, solve problems, and discover a deep sense of well being.This is lucid dreaming the ability to know you are dreaming while you are in a dream, and then consciously explore and change the elements of the dream A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming, with its evocative retro illustrations, shows exactly how to do it Written by three avid, experienced lucid dreamers, this manual for the dream world takes the reader from step one learning how to reconnect with his or her dreams through the myriad possibilities of what can happen once the dreamer is lucid and an accomplished oneironaut a word that comes from the Greek oneira, meaning dreams, and nautis, meaning sailor.Readers will learn about the powerful REM sleep stage a window into lucid dreams Improve dream recall by keeping a journal The importance of reality checks, such as The Finger during the day, try to pass your finger through your palm then, when you actually do it successfully, you ll know that you re dreaming And once you become lucid, how to make the most of it Every time you dream, you are washing up on the shores of your own inner landscape Learn to explore a strange and thrilling world with A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming.

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    1. An excellent guide to experiencing or deepening lucid dreams, A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming is filled with tips, tricks and advice to explore your dream world.My husband and daughter experience lucid dreams all the time and I don't or, at least, haven't yet. It's embarrassing.It's as if they have access to worlds that I can only dream about, literally. I picked this book up because I wanted to develop this skill too.So far, with the advice contained within this Field Guide, I've realized that [...]

    2. The best thing I can say about this is that it is exactly what it purports to be.It provides step-by-step instruction to develop a lucid dreaming practice. I found the text to be engaging and not overwritten. It's just the right tips and tricks to figure things out. It also contains a lot of little anecdotes which are interesting and inspiring. I read the book slowly - for about a month - so that I would have time to practice dreaming after each chapter. Finally… It worked. I was in a hotel ba [...]

    3. Pretty straight forward guide to lucid dreaming. I loved the quotes at the beginning of each chapter. We shall not cease from exploration.And the end of all our exploringWill be to arrive where we startedAnd know the place for the first time.- T.S. Eliot,poet, playright, aka 'Old Possum'Fear has its use but cowardice has none.- Mahatma Gandhi,nonviolent activist, lawyer, walking enthusiastIf we have learned one thing from the history of invention and discovery, it is that, the long run--and ofte [...]

    4. Ever since I was a little kid I've been interested in dreams and how strange they can be in comparison to my waking life. Although I've only had lucid dreams a few times but from reading this book I understand that the possibilities are endless once you learn to controll your dreams. You can time travel, shape shift, fly, have sex with anyone you want and create whatever you want to create (even a universe). The authors intention is not only to show the reader how to master a dream but also that [...]

    5. O livro cumpre o que se propõe: oferece um passo-a-passo para iniciar a prática dos sonhos lúcidos. É um manual, não um texto filosófico. O estilo é leve, muitas vezes divertido, e realmente incentiva as pessoas a praticarem diretamente, sem grandes idealizações, sem uma aura de sobrenatural. Esse talvez seja seu maior mérito: incentivar a prática de forma extremamente acessível. O livro só fica chato no último capítulos, quando os autores não resistem àquela tendência brega de [...]

    6. An exploration life in the dreamworld. The book offers 3 teachings: 1) How to reconnect with your dreams, 2) How to have a lucid dream, and 3) What to do once you're lucid.Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you're dreaming while you're dreaming. A lucid dreamer goes to sleep and wakes up inside the dream. You can learn, discover, heal and awaken to different realities.We shall not cease from explorationAnd the end of all our exploringWill be to arrive where we startedAnd know the place for th [...]

    7. This is a pretty frustrating book. The idea of an intro to lucid dreaming is pretty cool, since I've wanted to explore the subject for a while. And this is a rather pretty book - there are a ton of nice black and white illustrations, and the map at the front of the book is rather neat. However, that's also one of the big problems - there's way too much whitespace and pictures and not enough actual content. The pictures are pretty, but often only kind of relate to the text. There are a bunch of s [...]

    8. Let's become oneironauts!When one has a lucid dream, their sense of reality tends to change radically. When I had my first one (where I was aware enough to bring control into my dream), I was told upon waking that this wasn't possible. Only later would I learn from the person that'd told me it wasn't possible, that he himself had lucid dreams where he was flying; I'm assuming at this point he'd simply lost touch with that part of his mind. And I the same until I picked up this book.This is day t [...]

    9. With so many books out there on lucid dreaming this book fails to offer anything new. Born from a kickstarter campaign that raised $27000, you would be inclined to imagine this book would be something special, unfortunately it isn't and it would appear most of that money has been spent on promotion and layout, not research or content. The book has an enthusiastic tone but is let down by the inexperience of its young authors, whose research seems to have amounted to little more than a few websear [...]

    10. Lucid dreaming seems to run in my family (doing it spontaneously), but it's been a while since I had a run of lucid dreams, and I have been eager to figure out how to make it happen more frequently. I believe this book was a big help, even though CPA exam stress has had my mind so anxious that most of my dreams as of late have been anxiety-induced. I'll keep trying the tips inside and see what happens. I've read books on lucid dreaming before, but this one was more interesting and more thorough [...]

    11. Questo libro mi ha aperto la mente in un modo stupefacente. Ero già a conoscenza di alcune delle cose descritte, ma soltanto a grandi linee. Devo dire che alcune cose le avevo sperimentate per conto mio ragionandoci sopra e vedere che proprio studiosi sono arrivati ad alcune di questi mi rende orgoglioso. È un libro scritto in modo veramente cristallino, non annoia mai e le cose descritte sembrano addirittura semplici. Non per altro uno dei miei film preferiti è Inception incentrato proprio s [...]

    12. This is the first book I read on lucid dreaming. I found it very helpful. My dreams have already become clearer although I cannot say I have had a lucid dream as of yet. I will keep this book and a dream journal on my night stand.

    13. Listen rating doesn't have to be about the quality and style. It can also be about how you benefit from a book.I've been having lucid dreams for years. So while I'm not a spiritual person at all, this is something I know is real and also, is totally scientific. It's a neurological thing.And that's what I love about this book and the concept of lucid dreaming, it's the science that is also philosophical. Many moments in the book reminded me in that way of Sapiens. Like the idea that we're the onl [...]

    14. One cannot master any art without an appropriate amount of practice, but this guide has at least outlined the tools to do so, and I'm greatly looking forward to becoming a true oneironaut. I didn't find much groundbreaking information within the book, but it did offer a sense of order to the practice of conscious dreaming, aligned succinctly with practices throughout history, furthered by relevant anecdotes from some of history's greatest thinkers. It is an easy read, including a plethora of ill [...]

    15. I was very interested in the topic because I can't remember my dreams, but this book seemed overhyped, like being sold something by a used-car salesman. It didn't answer the question of how, only how awesome lucid dreaming can be.I bought a dream app instead, turn it on, adjust my earphones, and actually dream throughout the night. Not lucid dreaming, but lots of dreams where before there was nothing.

    16. I listened this as an audiobook. Ordinary book and lacking in detail. It did get me interested enough in the idea of lucid dreaming to track down some of the original work by Stephen LaBerge. His book on lucid dreaming is probably a better place to start. Neither book is in depth or particularly scientific, but the LaBerge book gives better guidance if you want to try lucid dreaming.

    17. I’ve been lucid dreaming for about 2 years now, I have recorded a few dozen lucid dreams so far. This book is very enlightening and helpful! I wasn’t sure if I would learn anything new from it, but I was delighted to learn quite a few things. There are plenty of tips and tricks to recalling dreams, provoking dreams, and mastering lucidity and your dreamscapes. Highly recommend.

    18. You control your dreamsThe book provides a step to step guide on how to comtrol your dreams and how to be concious when you are dreaming. The techniques require practice, but may worth a try. To be honest so far I was not able to lucid dreaming, but I keep on trying. It is not easy and requires lot of patience and learning, but must be a good experience.

    19. This was a very quick read. I've been interested in the topic for a while now, but this book was very fluffy. A good introduction, I suppose, but I'd like something a bit more academic and deep. Rated three stars simply for the subject matter.

    20. more than anything, i liked the mindset of authors and how they picked what to includemetimes they were being too funny which i didn't care for. but overall it is a great book and i recommend it to who ever is doubtful if they should pick it up.

    21. This is a light-hearted read on the process of dream recall and eventual lucidity. Time to patch in, and get my dream journal going!

    22. Interesting read. Well written manual that gives clear instructions. I haven't yet tried the methods so I cannot give a thorough review of techniques included in the text.

    23. Offers a clear and concise way of engaging with and invoking lucid dreams, whilst offering an alternative spiritual outlook on dreaming as a whole.

    24. I have been a lucid dreamer for as long as I can remember, but over the years, I've lost the effortless control I had as a child. I stumbled upon this book, and was instantly won over by its title, pretty design and illustrations. If you are a beginner at all interested in the subject, I definitely recommend it. The writing is entertaining, using storytelling techniques to hook you into each chapter. But if you are a seasoned reader of lucid dreaming books and are searching for something more ju [...]

    25. There was a ton of stuff in this book, it was kind of overwhelming. I like to think of myself as a lucid dreamer. I have experienced it many times and I often remember my dreams very vividly the next morning. This book gives you a step by step, how-to guide. Most of this stuff is time consuming and probably not for a person who is just trying to get some sleep before waking up at the crack of dawn for work. I dunno, maybe I'm the only one who thinks that way. Other than all the instructions, it [...]

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