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Stephen LaBerge’s Lucid Dreaming Set

January 6, 2008 on 2:13 pm | In Dream Books, Lucid Dreams | 2 Comments

Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D., popularized the term lucid dreaming back in the early 1980s with the success of his best-selling book, Lucid Dreaming.

He is not the only lucid dream researcher, and as we have seen with the Tibetans, he is certainly not the first. But LaBerge is the most successful at communicating the idea of lucid dreaming in a way that people in Europe and the United States can understand. LaBerge gets people excited about trying lucid dreaming.

Since the original best-selling book, LaBerge has written several others on lucid dreaming. I’ve been reading a book-and-CD set of his, Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life, published by Sounds True in 2004.

Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life, by Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D.

It is hard to evaluate lucid dreaming CDs from just listening to them. What matters is how well they work. And it is hard to know whether or not they work.

If you are dedicated and focused enough to play a lucid dreaming CD every night, you could probably learn to do lucid dreaming without the CD. And once you can do lucid dreaming, it it hard to tell whether a new CD would be helpful to someone else.

This set is inexpensive and beautifully produced. It lists for $19.99, but I got it for $13.50 on Amazon, and you may find a good used copy for even less. So it is a great value for the money and well worth trying.

Laberge has a good reputation in his field. He has been teaching people to do lucid dreaming for quite awhile. Chances are he knows what he is doing.

If you have used this set, I would love to know what you think of it. Please leave a comment and share your opinion and experience. Meanwhile, as soon as I have results to report back, I’ll let you know.


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  1. Lucid dreaming seems like a conflict in terms to me. Dreams are where we work through what we cannot face in the daylight. Sometimes, it is better not to know.

    Stopping by for BYBS.

    Comment by CyberCelt — January 13, 2008 #

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