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The Lucid Dreamer: A Waking Guide for the Traveler Between Worlds

December 14, 2012 on 9:32 am | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

An unorthodox exploration of the phenomenon of lucid dreaming surveys the nature of the dream world over the last five thousand years, recent research, detailed techniques and exercises from each tradition, and analysis of the nature of dreaming versus waking. 35,000 first printing.

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  1. The best book you can get on dreaming! I would give this book 10 stars if I could. This is not another new age make a buck/feel good rag. This is a comprehensive examination of the phenomenon of dreaming. But it not only examines dreaming, it examines the very nature of reality. I have had many extremely profound and quite long lucid dreams and I can tell you from personal experience that Malcom knows exactly what he is talking about in this book. His description of the experience and how having a lucid dream forces you to question what we take for reality is right on the mark. This book gives many paths and techniques. Why it went out of print is a mystery. If you see a copy, even for 50 or 60 dollars, buy it, you’ll never regret it.

    Comment by Stephen Norquist "S. Norquist" — December 14, 2012 #

  2. Outstanding Not your average Lucid Dreamer type book. Malcom doesn’t patronise the reader with the standard ‘a black cat means.. , at times I read books and feel where is the beef, not so this one. Apart from the absolutely wonderful layout and pictures he also takes the reader on a journey through the ‘history’ of the traditions of lucidity in the dreamplane, from the aboriginal dreamtime to tibetan yoga , Shamens, sorcerors, intiation techniques and secret societys, many references too numerous to list here and a myriad of parctical techniques , many I have never heard of before .

    Comment by Infinity — December 14, 2012 #

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