How can I find out more about lucid dreaming, or get involved in lucid dreaming research?

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How can I find out more about lucid dreaming, or get involved in lucid dreaming research?

A. Contact the Lucidity Institute, an organization founded by lucid dreaming researcher Dr. Stephen LaBerge to support research on lucid dreams and to help people learn to use them to enhance their lives. The Lucidity Institute's mission is to advance research on the nature and potentials of consciousness and to apply the results of this research to the enhancement of human health and well-being. The Lucidity Institute offers a membership society, whose quarterly newsletter, NIGHTLIGHT, discusses research and development in the field of lucid dreaming, and invites the participation of members in at-home experiments. Workshops and training programs are available periodically. The Institute sells books, tapes, scientific publications and the DreamLight.

Write or call:

The Lucidity Institute
P.O. Box 2364
Stanford, CA 94309 
(415) 321-9969

For additional information: 
LaBerge, S., LUCID DREAMING (Los Angeles: Ballantine, 1985).
LaBerge, S. and Rheingold, H. EXPLORING THE WORLD OF LUCID DREAMING 
(New York: Ballantine, 1990).



huber@iamexi.unibe.ch
Sun Jan 22 22:05:07 GMT+0100 1995


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