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Spirit Guided Lucid Dreaming

March 22, 2013 on 11:34 pm | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

We are not alone in this vast universe. Celestial beings that are not from this world can be beckoned by us anytime we wish to. Through the art of Lucid Dreaming, being consciously aware within our dreams, we can step through a portal within our minds and contact these very beings. They are waiting for us to make that conscious connection. They bring nothing but guidance, love and admiration for us all. Their wish is to nurture and help us grow our consciousness so that we can evolve into the divine beings we are destined to be. You will discover a divine skeleton key into the unseen worlds; learn distinctive meditative techniques and practices so you too can summon your own Spirit Family through lucid dreaming. Throughout various times within this book, the author gives you personal experiences from his dream journal conversing with his spirit guide. This will help you understand the inner potential and wisdom that a guide can give you.

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  1. More a representation of the authors own spirit guide rather than a guide to spirit.. It is both edited and written well. I found it a little dry on actual expectations of experience, despite various descriptions of the authors own dream experiences. Instead of the constant talk about his own spirit guide I expected a clearer indication of what a non guided person might be experiencing.The author suggests taking 4 mg of Galantamine and 200mg Choline to help the body/mind become more receptive to lucid dreaming.Galantamine can cause serious side effects and should not be taken with any other medication that increases the activity of Acetylcholine.Using Cholin can raise the Acetylcholine levels. Acetylcholine is a precursusor to choline. So in fact by taking both you are increasing the chances of side effects of Galantamine.Advocating the use of either or both drugs to put yourself into a state more conducive for lucid dreaming is something I find irresponsible. Whilst I can get on board with the healthy eating, meditating and exercise, I am not sure whether the author has understood the full implications of recommending the intake of certain substances.AVP-UK

    Comment by Cheryl M-M — March 22, 2013 #

  2. I have spent the last 2 years studying the basic principles of spirituality and, thanks to regular meditation, yoga and healthy living practices I now feel very grateful to have gained a true sense of well-being and connection with the universe at large.However, I have struggled to forge a personal relationship with my “Spirit-Guide”. Whilst I believe that such Guides are manifestations of our higher selves, I’ve been searching for a means to open up a dialogue with this part of me, but never felt that I really ever got there. Until now!This book is a must read for anyone who, like me, is looking for the next step in their spiritual development. Within 2 days of reading this simple book, and putting the guidance into practice, I had a real breakthrough! I met my guide in a wonderfully vivid lucid dream and now look forward to building a relationship with her now that I have the tools to do so!I had never before considered using the medium of lucid dreaming to meet my guide. I am thrilled that I now have a visual, aural, emotional and of course, spiritual connection with my guide and feel deeply blessed to have come across this book which I also suspect is no coincidence.Many thanks :-)

    Comment by Anonymous — March 23, 2013 #

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