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U.K. artist, presenter and lucid dreamer, Caroline McCready speaks with interviewer Robert Waggoner about exploring conceptual boundaries through lucid dreaming. How did you become interested in lucid dreaming? I used to have spontaneous lucid dreams as a child, and most often I would use the dreams to go flying over Lake Louise in Canada near [...]
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By Robert Waggoner © 2016   All Rights Reserved “Who are you? Who are you?” At the time, it seemed a simple question, which I posed to the young woman in the lucid dream. But this simple question led to profound lessons in lucidity, and taught me much about the nature of transformation in dreams, lucid [...]
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By Robert Waggoner © 2016 All Rights Reserved Have you ever dreamt of a deceased friend or relative? Did you wonder upon waking if you experienced a possible visitation or just a dream symbol? How can you tell? In the weeks after my father passed, I found myself sitting with him at a TWA departure [...]
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By Robert Waggoner © 2016 All Rights Reserved Does space actually exist in your lucid dreams? Many of you may find this question strange. Once lucid, you fly around cities, go through walls and explore the dreamscape. In fact, some lucid dreams involve almost constant exploring. Space certainly seems to exist, since you perceive yourself [...]
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By Robert Waggoner © 2016   All Rights Reserved For me and many others, our first lucid dream lesson seemed a simple one -- don’t get too excited or the lucid dream may collapse. Within seconds of feeling far too much emotion while lucid, I could sense the coming collapse of the lucid dream. After a [...]
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Interacting in Lucid Dreams with Your Unconscious Mind – A Troubleshooting Guide By Robert Waggoner © 2017  All Rights Reserved In my books and my talks, I encourage lucid dreamers to engage the ‘awareness behind the dream’ (or subconscious mind/inner self), which often responds to questions or requests that the lucid dreamer may ask. For [...]
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Lucid Advice by Robert Waggoner - 8M ago

By Robert Waggoner © 2016   All Rights Reserved I admit it. I laughed. When I saw the convincing reality of the dream exposed, laid bare, unclothed, and then suddenly became lucid, laughter seemed very appropriate. I laughed at my own stupidity, my ability to overlook innumerable clues and still not get it. I laughed at [...]
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by Robert Waggoner © 2016 All Rights Reserved In lucid dreams, follow the creativity…. After a few years as a beginning lucid dreamer, I noticed a simple point: as my mind changes, the lucid dream normally reflects the change. For example, when lucidly aware and trying to fly, my sudden remembrance that ‘Gravity does not [...]
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Lucid Advice by Robert Waggoner - 8M ago
by Robert Waggoner © 2016 All Rights Reserved In 1985 after ten years of lucid dreaming, I had a mini-epiphany based on an unexpected conversation in a lucid dream. In the dream, I approached an elderly dream figure in a three piece suit and lucidly asked him, “Excuse me, what do you represent?” Nothing prepared [...]
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The scientific evidence for lucid dreaming normally starts with the work of Keith Hearne, PhD at the University of Hull (UK) in 1975 and Stephen LaBerge, PhD at Stanford in 1978. While graduate students, they both separately realized that an experiment could be created to provide evidence that a dreamer was consciously aware of dreaming, [...]
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