Lucid Dreaming Book Challenge Day #4

It’s been a busy day. My son, Yusuf, was riding the school bus home and the bus slid on some ice and got stuck perpendicular to the side of the road. They had to call a tow truck to pull it out. Thankfully, everybody’s okay and his Mom was able to pick him up at the school bus. The rest of the evening was busy with dinner, making a Minecraft YouTube video with the kids (we have a channel for Minecraft Videos), and bedtime routines. I just got done reading from a section of the new lucid dreaming book I am reading by Robert Wagoner’s called Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple: Tips and Techniques for Insight, Creativity, and Personal Growth.  He is really diving deep and discussing the power of our conscious and unconscious perceptions on waking and dreaming reality. In this section of the book he also gives a lot of great practical tips on choosing strategies in the dream world that can allow for instantaneous change. Initially I thought this book was perhaps lighter fare for first time lucid dreamers, but now I am feeling that it has great content for all levels of experience, and just like Robert’s first lucid dreaming book, he is getting into the real meaningful meat, the chewy center of the toostie roll pop that is lucid dreaming , and what makes it such a fascinating phenomena and the perfect tool for exploring consciousness. Dream on, Darby

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