Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self

Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self

RobertWaggoner / Dec 11, 2019

Lucid Dreaming Gateway to the Inner Self Lucid Dreaming Gateway to the Inner Self is the account of an extraordinarily talented lucid dreamer who goes beyond the boundaries of both psychology and religion In the process he stumbles upon the

  • Title: Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self
  • Author: RobertWaggoner
  • ISBN: 9781491534472
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Lucid Dreaming Gateway to the Inner Self is the account of an extraordinarily talented lucid dreamer who goes beyond the boundaries of both psychology and religion In the process, he stumbles upon the Inner Self.While lucid consciously aware in the dream state and able to act and interact with dream figures, objects, and settings, dream expert Robert Waggoner experiencLucid Dreaming Gateway to the Inner Self is the account of an extraordinarily talented lucid dreamer who goes beyond the boundaries of both psychology and religion In the process, he stumbles upon the Inner Self.While lucid consciously aware in the dream state and able to act and interact with dream figures, objects, and settings, dream expert Robert Waggoner experienced something transformative and unexpected He was able to interact consciously with the dream observer the apparent Inner Self within the dream At first this seemed shocking, even impossible, since psychology normally alludes to such theoretical inner aspects as the Subliminal Self, the Center, and the Internal Self Helper in vague and theoretical ways Waggoner came to realize, however, that aware interaction with the Inner Self was not only possible, but actual and highly inspiring He concluded that while aware in the dream state, one has both a psychological tool and a platform from which to understand dreaming and the larger picture of man s psyche as well.Waggoner proposes 5 stages of lucid dreaming and guides readers through them, offering advice for those who have never experienced the lucid dream state and suggestions for how experienced lucid dreamers can advance to a new level Lucid Dreaming offers exciting insights and vivid illustrations that will intrigue not only avid dreamworkers but anyone who is interested in consciousness, identity, and the definition of reality.

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    1. I cannot say enough good things about this book!I found myself easily emotionally engaged with the content. I experienced Robert as being curious and enthusiastic, and my interest in my dream practice came alive like never before.What I like best is that this book left me with more questions than answers - Robert raises many questions in the book about the nature of dreaming, and carefully avoids giving any definitive answers, leaving an open space for the reader to ponder and explore.He offers [...]


    2. This is by far the best book I’ve read on the subject. The highly intelligent author delves much more deeply into all aspects of lucid dreams and dreaming than any of the other authors whose books I’ve read. I would give the book ten stars if I could.I have learnt that a valuable technique when lucid dreaming is to ask the dream itself for information/help/guidance. You can ask a dream figure to explain dream symbolism or tell what it represents.The author refers constantly to the works of C [...]


    3. I just couldn't bring myself to read through this book. The author doesn't seem to be coming from a scientific background. He even states in the first few chapters that his colleagues didn't give his ideas much attention. Maybe there is a reason for this?I think the main problem I had is that it is clear that the author is making a huge assumption that dreams are not a random product of the mind, based on experiences. He continuously asserts that there is a greater meaning in the dreams and how [...]


    4. I'm fascinated by the topic of lucid dreaming, but frustrated with the lack of serious literature on the topic. There was something very off putting about Robert Waggoner's book (attributing dreams to a personal god being one of them) but I couldn't quite put my finger on it until I flipped ahead and found the chapter on utilizing lucid dreaming for ESP. Then it was clear why I didn't like him, he's a quack.


    5. There are a lot of reasons I love this book, but the major one is that it delves really deep into the spiritual implications of lucid dreaming. It goes beyond pleasure-seeking (like flying for fun), to pushing the boundaries of the mind, delving into topics like dream telepathy, healing and subconscious unity. As a result, it isn’t a technique book, but rather an explorative journey into the many aspects of conscious dreaming.Despite conquering some heavy territory in this book, it’s a reall [...]


    6. "The year 1995 marked twenty years of lucid dreaming for me.' Thus begins Waggoner in the 7th chapter of his book 'Lucid Dreaming'. Such an anecdotal formula is certainly exercised a lot in 'Lucid Dreaming'. No matter where you place it along the axis connecting the TOPICAL with the TOPOLOGICAL, one thing is certain: the author shows little to no interest in movements other than the lateral. If the publications in the field of lucid dreaming follow that of self-help books, that is, you need to r [...]


    7. To me, finding this book was like opening a gift on Christmas morning. This book ranks high on my list of good books on lucid dreaming. Because it contains the findings of all of the other books I've encountered, this text is good reference material. Most of all the major areas on the subject are explored, with new interpretations added. Mr Waggoner is an accomplish lucid dreamer, and has a doctorate degree in psychology, so his thoughts are those of a professional, competent practitioner.As a t [...]


    8. I fell asleep many time reading this book.It is not what I expected. I thought it will be giving me an idea about lucid dreaming and how it is achieved.You will be reading long boring dreams dairy with some tips how to achieve tasks in your lucis dreams, but not how you actually start lucid dreaming.I'm on page 150 and I cannot waste more time on this.3/5 is bit generous


    9. Absolutely painful to read due to author's high degree of self-assuredness and anecdotal content. I did not get very far.


    10. Anecdote after anecdote, based on zero scientific background and very uninteresting. Lucid dreaming definitely does not need books like this unless they can prove what they are saying. Telepathy? Mutual dreaming? Seeing the future in dreams? This is not what I expected when I picked up this book. While the first parts of the book was okay (exploring the psyche, etc) and somewhat reasonable, the rest just seems like everything a "spiritual" individual would want lucid dreaming to be. Lucid dreami [...]


    11. Not sure that I've given a 1 star book review on yet, but here goes. Highly anecdotal, unscientific. The author suggests a tie between lucid dreaming and ESP and out of body experiences, which is laughable to me. I've been lucid dreaming for ~30 years with varying frequency, and I assure you that no magic has transpired. Musical and artistic creation, problem solving, exploration of my own psyche - yes. Psychic travel and fortune telling - ummmm, no. I will be open minded enough to acknowledge [...]


    12. For as long as I can remember, dreams have fascinated me. My interest probably grew out of hearing the Bible story of Joseph and his dreams multiple times as a child. Like the author , Robert Waggoner, I read Carlos Casteneda in the early 1970's and even kept a dream journal. I dreamed of marrying my wife a month before I met her. I believe in the predictive power of dreams. Unfortunately, I stopped keeping the dream journal after I married my wife. Waggoner, on the other hand, kept studying his [...]


    13. Brilliant.This book explored many aspects of life through the medium of dreams.Topics included are psychology (exploring unconscious thoughts via lucid dreaming was the most interesting) , philosophy (who are we when we dream? who are we? what are dreams?) , spirituality (the existence of both mind-created and free will entities in dreams is my favorite one here).This book was recommended to me by my Transpersonal Psychology teacher, so if you are into getting to know yourself better I would war [...]


    14. Far too new-age for me. The book does what too many books on lucid dreaming do, which is to try and link it to the paranormal. There are lots of accounts of dreams, which supposedly demonstrate the paranormal uses of dreaming, but, with even the smallest amount of common sense it's obvious that the author is seeing what he wants to see. To anyone else these paranormal dreams are clearly just obscure coincidences forced to fit. I forced myself to finish it but spent half the time wanting to throw [...]


    15. So, I love the subject matter, and I think the book is well-written. I love his style and the context. However, it was far, far, far too long. And it wasn't even that long. But I felt he made his points quickly and it would have done well as a 140 page book. It went on twice that long, and I found myself unable to stay with it. Instead, I want to go read Castaneda and his adventures with Don Juan Matas.


    16. This is a good book to start with if you are an open-minded dreamer who's new to 'deeper dreaming' and psi stuff. Skeptics will not like this book I think, since there are lots of special dreams shared without any scientific evidence. This book is a nice reminder which shows you the possibilities of dreaming with inspiring dream reports to get you started. (I prefer to give it a 3.5, but that's not possible)


    17. This is a great book. Definitely worth reading if you want to connect on the deepest level with your inner self and the growth that takes place is unimaginable. I am sending this to my friend immediately on entheos! :D


    18. So many anecdotal stories it gets tiring, and the latter part of the book gets a bit 'out there' so I mostly skipped over it. Those looking for a thorough introduction to dreams and lucid dreaming should look to Steven Laberges book. This book has some practical tips, but more of an interesting exploration of the dream world and the psychology behind it.Interesting look at lucid dreaming though, and links to Freud and Jung ideas about the psych, unconscious and dreaming.Cool ideas:The conscious [...]




    19. Lately I have been recalling more dreams as I wake up, and figured it was time to look into dreaming. Having had some semi-lucid dreams before, I wanted to explore that realm of experience. In this book Waggoner presents an overview of his personal history with lucid dreaming over 25 years. He includes ample lucid dreaming stories, thoughts about the structure of lucid dreaming, but only basic advice on how to actually lucid dream at the end.Without personal experience many of the things Waggone [...]


    20. A saw Robert Waggoner being interviewed on YouTube and I was captivated by his intelligent and unassuming manner. He has a degree in psychology, speaks like a scientist, and conducts himself like a gentleman. I was intrigued and immediately purchased his book. I’m glad I did. In his book, Waggoner hypothesizes, but doesn’t preach, profess, or impose any particular belief. Instead, he gives direct examples from his own personal experiences as well as from legitimate scientific experiments don [...]


    21. Robert Waggoner gave a presentation at a seminar I attended years ago. It was an interesting and entertaining presentation. This book is much like I remember that presentation, mostly a description of the theory about what lucid dreaming might be (because no one really knows for certain) and a lot of examples from his own experiences. Maybe it's that I'm not as intrigued by the topic as I used to be, but I felt like I'd never finish the book. The first half felt very repetitive, like the same ma [...]


    22. Fascinating experiences with dubious conclusions. While they were often interesting and thought provoking, it seemed to collapse into so many "what if", "possibly", and "it could mean" statements. While I found it frustrating at times and disagreed with some postulations, I admired that he wanted and encouraged more scientific rigor and experimentation when dealing with lucid dreaming and the unusual things it presents. One of the last sentences of the book sums it up pretty well : "I hope to ac [...]


    23. I guess I was looking for more of a "how to" book and this wasn't really it. It answered a lot of questions that I once had about dreaming lucidly, yet I ended up becoming a little more curious and confused about the subject. I enjoyed reading the accounts of other oneironauts and how they pushed the limits of their subconscious - left me thinking that if they can do it, I might be able to eventually have the same level of control. It's certainly worth reading if you have an open mind about luci [...]


    24. I bought this to read as research for my EPQ on lucid dreaming and dreaming in general and found it to be an invaluable resource! While I found a lot of it quite complex and had to do some further research, the book is incredibly informative going into a wide range of detail on areas such as lucid dream inducing techniques- the appendices were particularly useful. The range of sources for this book was incredible and the number of quoted dream scientists further helped my research develop furthe [...]


    25. I thought this was a great read for anyone wanting to develop skills for being lucid in a dream, as well as anyone wishing to expand their skills of diving into their subconscious. The author brings the techniques of how to become lucid and grow spiritually to you through his own experiences of lucid dreaming in a very autobiographical way, making you feel as if your growing right along with him. He also adds some very undignified dream experiences that anyone might be tested with that gives the [...]


    26. I reached out for this book after having many lucid dreaming like experiences and was curious about what value it could bring into my life. It was a book that I now reflect as being something I needed in that specific moment of my life, because I have yet to lucid dream at the level I did when reading this book. The author has an amazing talent for the subject matter and does a good job of presenting it in a honest way to keep you focused on what can be of value from the experience.


    27. Fascinating book, has some interesting research and wisdom. Seems to describe the possibility of really engaging with the ego self and the higher self in your dreams. I like how the author, to me,seems to describe this as any spiritual practice - there is a danger of practising this for a 'high/escape' but with right intention and work, there is the potential of gaining some real insights and learning.


    28. I really liked this book. I read it a few years ago when I was on a lucid dreaming kick. The only things that put me off about the book were the chapters near the end, when the author starts talking about ESP and interacting with the dead. Those topics were a bit too far outside of the box for me. Other than that, it was a good read.


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