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Publisher's Summary

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 more 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 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).
Listeners 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.
©2013 Oneironautics, LLC. Recorded by arrangement with Workman Publishing Company, Inc. (P)2013 HighBridge Company
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4 out of 5 stars
By KRB on 01-17-17

Starting the Lucid Dreaming Adventure

Would you consider the audio edition of A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming to be better than the print version?

I didn't read the print version.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The "character" in this book is a person's unconscious or imagination, and learning dreaming techniques to become awake in it in dreams.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scenes was when I became lucid in dreams again, as I have previously done.

What insight do you think you’ll apply from A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming?

That I need to be more diligent about getting up early to have more chance to become lucid when I go back to sleep, and in recording my dreams.

Any additional comments?

This is a book that will interest beginners, and people who are trying to have more lucid dreams. The presentation that promises big results may disappoint people who think those results will be immediate. I read in another book that it takes a person who is actively trying to have a dream, by such techniques as asking yourself if you are dreaming during the day, between one and three months for the first dream. It is worth the effort to try to have a lucid dream because of the emotional release in the dream. I used one technique that the author suggested while having a lucid dream, and that was to try meditating during the dream. I went into a sitting position while in the air, and found myself rushing through the air which was enjoyable. This is not a book for more regular dreamers, who will know this information already, as other reviewers have said.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Diana on 08-11-15

Very good - great explanations - interesting

Worthy of a relisten, maybe a a few. The writing is clear, easy, and kind conversational in tone. The explanations are interesting. The technique overviews are to-the-point and credit to other author or experts is given where due. I'll be listening to this book again.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-26-15

More a Field Description rather than a Field Guide

But enjoyable to say the least. Yes, there are some titbits here and that help you prepare to lucid dream but they are very few and far between. The narrator did an excellent job and you will find it easy to pickup where you left off any time of the day or night. For the 1st timers I recommend "Gateway to the inner self" by Robert Waggoner

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Mandy Dockery on 11-12-16


If you could sum up A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming in three words, what would they be?

This book enabled me to lucid dream! Grateful thanks!

What about Andy Paris’s performance did you like?

Excellent narration

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It's life changing!

Any additional comments?

Please read and judge for yourself!

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