The Awake Dreamer
A Guide to Lucid Dreaming, Astral Travel, and Mastering the Dreamscape
Master Your Dreams and Take Them Where You Want to Go
In the world of dreams, inventors have discovered techniques to solve problems, scientists have conjured new medicines to heal the sick, and artists have created poetry, plays, and songs. Many people have reported being visited by loved ones in heaven bringing messages of healing or warnings to prevent an upcoming disaster. Stories of precognitive dreams--some filled with wonder and hope, others foretelling impending misfortunes--have been recorded for centuries.
In The Awake Dreamer, you will learn how to utilize the dream state to expand your consciousness, reach out to loved ones in heaven, and use sleep to fully realize your soul's potential. The book is comprised of stories, research, exercises, and techniques designed to show you a whole new side to what it means to dream, including these how-to steps:
- Receive and give ancestral healing through your dreams
- Find the treasures of self-discovery buried in scary experiences
- Invite healing dreams into your life and request assistance
- Practice lucid dreaming, astral travel, and past-life dream recall
- Remember your dreams better
With these skills, you can become a soul traveler who has dreams that are very different from the average dreamer.
About this Author
Samantha Fey has been teaching people how to access their intuition for fifteen years. She co-hosts two popular podcasts Psychic Teachers and Enlightened Empaths. Both shows have a combined audience of over two million listeners and are consistently in the top ten for their categories. Her website, www.samanthfey.com receives an average of 10,000 unique visitors a week. Fey writes and teaches about crystals, Reiki, manifesting, mediumship, and intuition. She writes two monthly articles for Beliefnet. She has also worked as a freelance writer for several publications including Body, Mind, Spirit; The Insider's Guide to North Carolina; Encore Magazine; and the Wilmington Star News.
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