The Lucid Dreaming Workbook
About the Book
Awaken to the transformative power of your dreams, travel to the most exotic locations free of charge, and bring back a treasure trove of insights to benefit yourself and others in your waking life!
Have you ever realized you’re dreaming—inside your dream? If so, you’ve experienced a lucid dream. Lucid dreaming, also known as conscious dreaming, is simply knowing that you’re dreaming while being able to remain in the dream without waking. And by learning to stay aware inside your dreams, you can learn more about yourself, the world, and the universe than you ever imagined!
In this exciting guide, lucid dreaming expert Andrew Holecek offers a step-by-step approach for developing and honing the skills necessary to awaken to these dazzling dreamscapes—and the amazing truths to be discovered there. This engaging workbook blends ancient wisdom with modern knowledge to teach you the science behind lucid dreaming, the benefits of practicing this visionary art, and a variety of ways to induce these remarkable dreams.
Use this wonderous workbook to:
- Experience unexplored passions
- Discover the richness of your inner world
- Learn from your subconscious
- Develop your talents while you sleep
- Go beyond the bounds of your waking life
With these exercises and meditations, you’ll embark on an incredible journey to explore the deep inner space of your dreaming mind and learn how to take control of your dreams to guide them toward the experiences you want to have. You’ll also learn about the stages of lucid dreaming, how they interconnect, and how the spiritual aspects of dreaming are related to life and death.
Lucid dreaming can take you to places you’ve never been before—and this book has everything you need to start having these astounding dreams tonight.
Books by Andrew Holecek
“Highly recommended! Andrew Holecek offers readers a rare, semisecret pathway into the world of lucid dreaming. Grasp his hand through the dark descent from the white of normal thinking through the red of the throat, until you reach the blue of the true heart and its secrets.”
—Patricia Garfield, PhD, doctorate in clinical psychology from Temple University; author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller, Creative Dreaming, translated into seventeen languages; and cofounder of the International Association for the Study of Dreams
“Another brilliant addition to the lucid dreaming canon! This book actually feels more like a workshop than a book, as you are constantly being asked to reflect on your experience and to write notes as you go. A must-read for all who want to learn how to become lucid in their dreams!”
—Charlie Morley, lucid dreaming teacher, and author of Dreams of Awakening
“The Lucid Dreaming Workbook provides a spirited collection of Eastern and Western lucid dreaming techniques, along with solid advice for those traveling the lucid dreaming path. If you are wishing to add some Eastern induction methods to your personal repertoire, then you should definitely take a look!”
—Robert Waggoner, author of Lucid Dreaming; and coauthor of Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple
“Andrew Holecek has written a comprehensive and amazingly interactive manual on how to lucid dream, as well as what to do once you get there. He seamlessly draws from his background in both science and mysticism, citing peer-reviewed journals, the Buddha, and everything in between.”
—Tucker Peck, PhD, clinical psychologist, sleep expert, and meditation teacher
“Andrew Holecek understands practice, and has applied his deep experience to forging a step-by-step path that leads from daily habit and ordinary attention to the magic of lucid dreaming. The easy exercises and clear explanations in this workbook will deepen and enrich the lucid dream adventures of beginners and adepts alike.”
—Jennifer Dumpert, author of Liminal Dreaming
“The Lucid Dreaming Workbook is not for armchair dreamers. No, this is serious nightstand material—the advanced lucid dreaming guide you have been longing for. Not only does Holecek integrate scientific and Eastern perspectives on lucidity with precision and clarity, but he drills into the conflicts that get in the way of a truly advanced lucid dreaming practice. Essential reading for all oneironauts.”
—Ryan Hurd, MA, lecturer of psychology at John F. Kennedy University, coeditor of Lucid Dreaming, and founder of www.dreamstudies.org
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