Remember and use your dreams for greater success in life
Dreams can be a source of tremendous personal wealth. Through dreams you can gain access to inner strength, inspiration, and creative genius. Explore your vast, uncharted dream world to discover how dreams can work for you. Use dreams to solve problems, rehearse activities, improve productivity, gain insight, integrate personal changes, and make sense of our complex universe.
"Dreaming may be the most important self-development opportunity we have."
...says Dr. Stephen LaBerge of the Stanford Sleep Research Laboratory and the Lucidity Institute.
But, as you know, there are two important and sometime challenging steps:
- program your dreams, and
- recalling dreams.
Dream Play will help you program your dreams in a way to access problem solving, precognition, intuition, and decision making.
Dream Play will also help you become more conscious of dreams while you are dreaming. It will help you become lucid so that you can actually direct your dreams while you are dreaming.
This provocative CD is a must for PhotoReaders as well as anyone interested in tapping into the vast world of dreams.
- Dream solution to problems.
- Dream how your relationships can work.
- Dream yourself applying the principles from books you PhotoRead.
If you are a Star Trek fan, your bed can become your own Holodeck for any exotic adventure. Do you ski? Then, program yourself to dream about taking ski lessons and skiing perfectly and effortlessly in your dreams. If you are like other Paraliminal fans, you will ski better as a result.
Musicians have learned how dreams can help when learning a new piano piece. When they dream about the piece, it becomes memorized. This frees the musician to concentrate on playing -- not on the sheet music.
Others have composed speeches, sermons, articles, and papers in their dreams. When this happens to you, wake up and take notes!
"Yes, but I do not dream"
That simply is not true. You dream, but you do not remember your dreams.
"But, I need rest, I cannot be bothered by dreams."
Dreaming does not take away from a good nights sleep. In some cases, it actually enhances it. Besides, your body needs the rest, not your mind.
"But, I have so much going on in my life right now. I do not want to live it in my dreams, too."
Then program your dreams to take fantasy trips, visit with people you want to spend more time with, try out different foods and desserts. There are many refreshing adventures waiting in your dreams.
"But, I do not remember my dreams."
People who listen to Dream Play begin remembering dreams right away. As you play with the CD, you will become better and better and programming, directing, and remember your dreams.
"How about some tips now?"
Before sleeping, drink a glass of water and say you will remember your dreams. Plus, whenever you wake during sleep, you first thought should be, "what was I just dreaming?" Lie still and remember the striking elements of the dream. Remain awake for several minutes. Freely think about what the dream could mean. This fixes the dream in memory and lets you tap into the larger meaning of the dream. You may want to jot notes on paper to help stimulate more recall.
It is best to wake up from a full sleep naturally without a disruptive alarm or radio. Reflect inwardly to allow dream feelings or images to surface. Lie quietly, minimize movement, and avoid distractions. Remain wrapped in the afterglow of the dream experience.
Dream Play is a fun CD that can have profound effects on your life. Hardly any customer ever returns this CD, so we know that if you get it today you will be enjoying its benefits some night very soon.