Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming by Stephen LaBerge, Howard Rheingold

By Stephen LaBerge, Howard Rheingold

"[A] strong how-to book...For beginner dream researchers, this can be a must."
This booklet is going a long way past the confines of father dream psychology, constructing a scientifically researched framework for utilizing lucid dreaming--that is, consciously influencing the end result of your goals. in keeping with Dr. Stephen LaBerge's large laboratory paintings at Stanford collage mapping mind/body relationships through the dream nation, in addition to the lessons of Tibetan dream yogis and the paintings of alternative scientists, together with German psycholgist Paul Tholey, this functional workbook will provide help to use your desires to: resolve difficulties; achieve higher self assurance; enhance creativity, and extra.

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The other group, composed above all of belated romanbooks of this choruses, of the represented in recent times by the three Basel professors Bachofen, succumb to the usual dangers of ideology. They lose themselves in the clouds of an antiquity that is really no more than the ticists Burckhardt and Nietzsche image of their own sensibility in a philological mirror. , the relics of the old literature, yet there never sented for us by its itself principally 1 great writers. upon the The humdrum was a Culture so incompletely repre- group, on the other hand, supports material of law-sources, inscriptions and first coins (which Burckhardt and Nietzsche, very much to their own Joss, despised) and subordinates thereto, often with little or no sense of truth and fact, the surviving literature.

Scientific tact to seriously determine which of the historical developments shall be taken into account and which not. Ranke is a good example. VIII To-day we think who have in continents, not realized that we do and so. it is only our philosophers and historians significance to us, then, are con- Of what ceptions and purviews that they put before us as universally valid, when in truth their furthest horizon does not extend beyond the intellectual atmosphere of Western Man? Examine, from 1 " this point of view, our best books.

What can Tolstoi as something alien and distant do Western world-idea whole the rejected with the "Middle Ages," with Dante, with Luther? What can a Japanese do with Parzcval and "Zarathustra," or an Indian with Sophocles? And is the of Islam? Christian, Classical thought-range of Schopenhauer, Comte, Feuerbach, Hebbel or Strindberg any wider? Is not their whole psychology, for all its intention of world-wide one of purely West-European significance? which also challenge the comic seem Ibsen's woman-problems attention of all "humanity" when, for his famous Nora, the lady of the North-west European city with the horizon that is implied by a house-rent of 100 to 300 a year and a Protestant upbringing, we substitute Ciesar's wife, Madame de Sevigne, a Japanese or a Turkish peasant woman!

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