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There is nothing enlightening, interesting lliving remarkable in this book. But I can take you on a blind date with some extremely bold and beautiful ideas. Clean, simple, enlightening writing. Otherwise lucid living will remain just a bizarre idea. Jul 11, Anne Glania rated it liked it.

Lucid Living by Timothy Freke

It did not turn my world inside out. Within the flow of experiences you appear to be a particular person.

It basically turns our conceptions of whether dreaming is reality or whether our waking hours are real and then Freke suggests that there is a great deal to be learned if we can allow ourselves to lake some of the fear and inhibitions that we carry Only love can heal the divisions between us, because love is the realisation that we are one.

Indeed, in deep sleep your apparent identity disappears altogether! However if you chose to read this book, open it at a time that you are genuinely contemplating life and are looking for a way to change or change your perspective.


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Trivia About Lucid Living: Have you ever been conscious that you were dreaming whilst asleep at night? Becoming conscious of the mystery of existence is like waking up from a dream.

I also think it’s interesting that we can only experience the universe from our own perspective and with our own human senses. Does anyone really know?

But when we realise we are everyone and everything, we find ourselves intimately connected to everyone and everything. If I could give this book zero stars Reading this tiny book was probably the biggest waste of time in my life. Aug 10, Jessica Davidson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Because in a way you are. Become conscious of yourself as a spacious emptiness within which everything you are experiencing right now exists.

This is your permanent essential identity. Awareness is the perpetual presence that is always present. Logan rated it liked it Shelves: But the stranger is persistent. Then there was how we weren’t told of the bigger picture in living lucidly, or the advantages, and research, behind it.

Well, put it this way it didn’t turn my world inside out It challenges our most basic assumption about who we areā€¦. You begin to panic: The people giving this “book” 5 stars are either joking or pretending they “got” some meaningful message out of this to avoid feeling awkward for not “getting it”. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


If you want to live lucidly, stop believing you are the person you appear to be right now. But the more I was reassured, the more irritated I became at my failure. Llucid book provoked me to think, but did not deliver on the promise to change me forever.

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

Otherwise the words herein will fall upon deaf ears and the reader will most likely roll their eyes and consider it a bunch of hooey. It takes 30 minutes to read at most. Tim Freke introduces what I would call ‘the core beliefs’ of such a perspective. Common sense says that you are a body within which awareness comes and goes.

Very small book that will freak your freak! Being one with all, I am in love with all. When we realise separateness is an illusion we understand that conflict is never between us and them, but always us against us. Its impersonal precision and intimate intensity. Just so long a This book is full of many insights that I can honestly say I hadn’t ever come across before.