Lucid Dreaming, Conscious Sleeping

  • by Charlie Morley
  • Narrated by Charlie Morley
  • 1 hrs and 35 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

In this collection of guided meditations, hypnotic inductions wake up tracks and teaching excerpts Mindfulness of Dream and Sleep teacher Charlie Morley presents his first ever audio product to help us sleep more mindfully and dream more lucidly.
Based on over 13 years of personal experience and the best of both Western and Tibetan Buddhist sources these tracks allow the listener to unlock their own innate capacity for lucid dreaming and mindful sleeping through transformative guided meditations and explorations of their dozing mind.
Using music from cutting edge producers such as Fybe: One (featured on BBC 6 Music), hypnosis scripts and inductions from Valerie Austin and Katie Glen (hypnosis experts), and binaural technology from Dr Phillip Davis (Monroe Institute board member) this is not your usual 'go to sleep' CD but rather a collection of inspired tracks designed to wake you up to the third of your life that you spend asleep.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Very nice

Would you listen to Lucid Dreaming, Conscious Sleeping again? Why?

I really liked it, the voice of Mr. Morley is very nice. I play it very often.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Lucid Dreaming, Conscious Sleeping?

The beginning of the CD is my fav.


What does Charlie Morley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It has to be heard to get into the meditative state.


Any additional comments?

I just did not like how is arranged, if you let it flow, you might get very relaxed, if it keeps playing, a track in the end that is very noisy and the music way to moved and kinda rap to be in a relaxation cd, the problem is if you get relaxed and then listen that you might wake up or get distracted by that track. In my case I have to stop it every time before that track. But overall is very good.

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- E. Gallegos

Too much background music

Love the concept, and Charlie is a refreshing voice without the pretentiousness of trying to "sound spiritual"; but the background music is too loud at best and downright irritating at worst. Could have done without it altogether, or at least toned it down quite a few notches - especially the hippy trippy bit with the background beat in the fifth chapter - that just made me nervous !
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- Dorit

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-14-2013
  • Publisher: Hay House UK Ltd