Comments from the author about writing: As someone who has been lucid dreaming for thirty years, I knew the importance of clarifying my intent before creating some thing new, like a book. Internally investigating my interest, motivation and goals was essential to clearing out blockages and energy-consuming concerns. By doing so at the beginning, I understood the book's value for the reader, its meaning for me and how that intent could be an everpresent guidepost in the book's creation. Lucid dreaming means to become consciously aware of dreaming, while in the dream state. Conscious in the dream, you learn the principles of creating the dream reality - how to fly or explore, create or destroy dream items, experiment with concepts and ideas, etc. One of these principles is the practical use of intent. In my 'lucid living,' I seek to incorporate these creative principles of lucid dreaming (like clear intent) into my waking life's creativity. Deeply understanding why you are doing what you are planning to do clears out the subconscious underbrush and allows writing to flow. Anyone can force writing, but the best writing comes when it simply flows.
Book Types: Nonfiction
Audience Types: Adult
Genre: Dreams and consciousness
Are you willing to do programs for schools, libraries, or other groups? Yes
If you are willing to do programs, will you charge a fee? Negotiable
Mailing Address: 2836 Torrey Pines Rd
Ames, IA 50010
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author's Web site: http://www.lucidadvice.com
Books By This Author
Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self, Moment Point Press, Needham, MA, 2009.