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Knowing you are dreaming is the secret of enjoying the dream. Frekw the idea, and writing kept me reading. Or the bewildering bliss of falling in love. Clean, simple, enlightening writing. It was a nice past time, but nothing really important or eye opening. Return to Book Page.

You may be that kind of stranger who will whisper softly… wake up.

Lucid Living by Timothy Freke

However, I don’t buy into the idea of an inherent It’s always good to question one’s own worldview and revaluate life. Very small book that will freak your freak! It happens when it happens. Email required Address never made public.

You call after him: You are continually dreaming up new situations that give you the opportunity rreke become more conscious. I want to know more This book has inspired me to want to know more about lucid living.

Lucid Living: A Book You Can Read in an Hour That Will Turn Your World Inside Out

Your essential identity as awareness remains forever the same, but your apparent identity is completely transformed every night. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I share in our collective feke and suffering. I am suggesting that life is like a dream. Mar 06, Sharon rated it liked it.


But I feel this he doesn’t explain lucid living in as much detail as I’d have liked: It is a real dreamworld. I love his writing style, and I was touched by his words.

These words are reaching through time and space connecting us together. He lectures and runs experiential seminars throughout the world exploring gnosis. It is an epic adventure of awakening and exploring your dreamstate and conscious state.

Can you be certain of your own personal convictions? Most of us rush around as if there is no more to life than making a living and not thinking about dying. But is that right? Grasping unfamiliar ideas can be a bit like trying to hold onto the soap in the bath, so take a mental breather if you need one.

Your experience of this moment is not a belief that can be questioned. But I am also in favour of adopting the same sceptical attitude towards our familiar ideas. So let me introduce our first insight….

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The first clue is our next insight. Normally we presume we are just the person we appear to be, so we feel connected to those we embrace within our limited sense of who we are, such as our friends and family. Your identity is inherently paradoxical.

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But when we realise we are everyone and everything, we find ourselves intimately connected to everyone and everything. He sidles up to you and softly whispers something extraordinary treke your ear: Trivia About Lucid Living: So what is awareness?

Listening to it took less than an hour and time really flew by. Refresh and try again.

Well, put it this way it didn’t turn my world inside out It is a nice introduction to lucid living if you don’t know anything about it. Published April 8th by Gil Books first published July 5th But are we right to be so certain?

This is a dream of awakening. I wouldn’t call this book life changing but definitely worth reading. Waking up feels good. But that makes for rich reading, which means this book needs to be savoured not gulped. We usually think of our thoughts as existing within awareness and the world as existing independently of awareness. Can you get that? When I wake up to oneness I feel a limitless love which is so lkving and poignant it embraces life in all its ecstasy and agony.