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About Robert Waggoner

Robert Waggoner wrote the acclaimed book, Lucid Dreaming – Gateway to the Inner Self (now in its tenth printing), and co-authored Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple with Caroline McCready. A past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), Waggoner serves at co-editor of the online magazine, The Lucid Dreaming Experience, (ISSN 2167-616X); the only ongoing publication devoted specifically to lucid dreaming. A lucid dreamer since 1975, he has logged more than 1,000 lucid dreams.

Lucid Dreaming and Creativity

Lucid Dreaming and Creativity

Dreams are a great source of ideas and inspiration. They  let us live through emotions and experiences we may never have otherwise as well as engage in an art we’ve never tried before. We can be painters, singers, dances, […]

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DreamSpeak Interview with Caroline McCready by Robert Waggoner

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 where […]

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In Lucid Dreams, Does Space Exist?

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 moving through […]

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Shifting Focus: Moving From a Lucid Dream to an OBE

By Robert Waggoner © 2016 All Rights Reserved

Intentionally and unintentionally throughout the day, you shift the focus of your awareness. Moving from waking to sleeping and back again provides powerful evidence for a significant shift in awareness. Similarly, transitioning from waking to deep meditating offers an intentional shift in focus and awareness. Even during a […]

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Why I Laugh at Lucid Dreams

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 the delightful nature […]

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Knock, Knock, Knocking on Creativity’s Door

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 exist here,’ […]

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The Awareness Behind the Dream

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 me for […]

By | 2016-10-14T12:36:23+00:00 October 13th, 2016|Articles|0 Comments