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Struggled to finish. Feeled a bit repetitive. Got all info I wanted after few hours.
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refreshing but I'll keep searching. whish I knew what for. Then I wouldn't be searching anymore...hmm
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What made the experience of listening to Lucid Dreaming the most enjoyable?
A universal principle in martial arts is sometimes referred to as "imaging through", meaning that you aim beyond the surface that you intend to affect. This gives form to an intent that will extend energy not only to but through the target successfully. Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self is written in precise accordance with this principle. Where many other books on lucid dreaming deliver you to the entrance of the practice, this one will carry you through the gateway, plunge you directly into the domain and introduce you to a vast range of things you can do once you've arrived.The whole thing is clearly based on the author's solid and extensive experience and has great depth. This is very compelling reading/listening for anyone who has a genuine and active interest in this subject.
What did you like best about this story?
What I like best about this book is that it discusses not just the how-to of lucid dreaming, but the reasons why you might want to put the necessary effort into accomplishing the necessary skills. It is by no means prescriptive, but it is suggestive of the limitless options open to the lucid dreamer. I also like that the author has steered clear of aligning himself with any particular school or branch of psychology, religion or spiritual discipline and yet has evidently journeyed so far beyond the boundaries and limits other writers and explorers of this area seem to have been limited by.
Have you listened to any of Mel Foster’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is the only performance of Mel Foster I've heard. I would be happy to listen to more from this reader as he seemed to fully understand the text. This really helps to hold attention in long listening sessions, especially where the concepts being communicated are subtle and profound.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I was very moved by the sincerity with which the author reaches out to the reader. There is a convincingly genuine desire to share and communicate real skills and a vision of possible transformation that those skills might enable.
Any additional comments?
I will certainly take every opportunity to read and hear more of Robert Waggoner's work having listened to Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self, and I shall want to obtain a hard copy of this book for future reference.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful
I think this is my favorite Lucid Dreaming book because it is not as much about method as it is about sharing experiences - thus making Lucid Dreaming seem more natural.
There are also helpful ideas in the appendix section, but the stories related make Lucid Dreaming seem very do-able.
The writing is so natural and flowing that at times it's like listening to someone share their experiences on a podcast.
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