I'm in Canada so no doubt it'll take 3 weeks to get here though. Looking forward to the reads! Thanks to whoever it was for the suggestions ( sorry, forget who).
I reccomend you check that interveiw out, and if you like what they talk about, get the book right away! Its fantastic and enlightening read
Wow. I'm so excited. Can't wait for those books to arrive.
I've had LDs for a large part of my life, and even got to 'changing' things in my dreams. Until searching the internet recently, I had no idea that my previous experiences were only the tiniest tip of the ice burg. I am so looking forward to what is to come!
I would personally say it's the best book I've ever read on lucid dreaming. Every page was exciting and fun to read, as well teaching me somthing! It is a very very great book I would reccomend to anyone and everyone on this website!
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tea wrote:i've read almost only good things about that book, but also some bad critiques about how the author worked with no scientific proof and stuff.. what can you say about that?
Well first I'd like to say that it is a critiques job to critique. They purposefully search for every flaw, somtimes making flaws out of nothing.
Now when it comes to the book, I see his point, but I disagree that it is negative to the book. The fact is: how much science even comes to play in dreaming? For the longest time the scientific community didnt even accept lucid dreaming, although now they do thanks to one rebel scientist who refused to believe they did not exist. But it just goes to show, science is pure left brain. And when we only think from the left brain, it truly does limit us. We have a right brain for a reason, not everything needs a scientific explanation to be true. Not only is science pure left brain, it seems the act of dreaming itself is pure right brain. As we dream, we lose many of our left brain qualities that analyze things. I feel the western culture relys too heavily on the left brain. Science is wrong many times, despite it's concrete "facts and evidence". But I suppose I'm veering off topic. The book uses little science, but it is instead based off repeated experiments and experiences. I reccomend you don't worry about the left brain, and simpily just enjoy the book and the knowledge it has brought to you. Science is not always the answer! Do not forget about our poor open minded creative right brain
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