Why take an interest in your dreams?   What could dreams possibly   
  contain that would interest you, or have some value to you?  The answer is  
  simple really.  Dreams are a part of your life.  They are a self-expressing  
  part of yourself, in a medium that is rich with experience on many levels  
  which transcend ordinary existence.  
        Imagine if you will, going to sleep at night only to wake up in a dream. 
  You stand there starting  at the dreamscape fully awake and aware that you 
  are dreaming.  Suddenly  you realize you can fly.  So you do, you leap like 
  superman or superwoman  into the sky and soar at lightning speeds.  This grows 
  tiring, so you change  the dream to some sci-fi thriller.  The environment 
  changes effortlessly to  reflect the world you want to play in.  Beautiful 
  space-age buildings form.   The street is full with bustling people.  An alien 
  walks by and greets you  by name.  You know your dreaming, and you change it 
  at a whim to what ever you desire.  
        How does it feel?  What if you could smell the oil burning off from the 
  passing vehicles.  The alien sounded clear and loud.  You stop by some  
  store and sample some pastry and it is solid, has texture and tastes rich  
  with flavor and the cream-filled center spills out from your mouth and drops  
  on the street.  You hear loud thumping music from above the sky and you  
  fly up to the source to find a funky night club which makes Jaba The Hut's  
  place look like a dive, and with more exotic and wonderful creatures to stand  
  in awe at?  
        If you dream like this already, then you probably love dreaming.  Dreams 
  are not some black and white two-dimensional setting that we act chaotic  
  and silly in.  Mind you we all have dreams where the content is best left in  
  the shadows of our forgetful memory.  It's probably because the artist didn't  
  bother to inspire the content.  You weren't interested in picking up the brush  
  and painting the colors, sounds, and textures needed to make the dream  
  aesthetically pleasing.  
       For me, I dream in full vivid colors.  I experience hot, cold, taste, touch,  
  smell, sound and pain in ways that make my dream's often appear more real  
  than my waking life.  When the dream is at it's peak in tactile aesthetics, I am  
  usually fully awake and alert that I am in a dream setting.  And I instantly  
  go to work to insure a level of quality that I desire from my dreams.  Why?   
  Because it's a great medium to express artistically, in a multi-dimensional  
  form.  In your dreams, treat them like a movie where you are the director, the  
  special effects crew, the actor, and the camera all happening instantly and  
  simultaneously with little or no effort at all.   You don't have to be an  
  artist to be a good dreamer.  This is a talent we all naturally have.  It's a  
  function of our very existence.  
       I set standards for my dreams.  I want them to reflect my most  
  passionate adventures, my wildest of worlds and anything else I can take  
  credit for creating while I sleep at night.  I have developed game worlds to  
  play in when I sleep where I can load and save and continue on certain  
  dreams should I desire to entertain myself in them.  Other motivators for  
  quality dream control is the fact I am aware that our dreams can be shared.   
  And I want to best for my friends and family should I ever happen on them  
  in a shared dream environment.  I have many motivated reasons for  
  dreaming.  It is a talent that is worth developing because the benefits out  
  weigh anything I can think of in personal life.  
       Dreams are free, harmless and entertaining.  They can be educational,  
  emotional, or just plain fun.   They open doors that go past the  
  entertainment/fantasy section of your consciousness and embark on great  
  spiritual journeys in your own psyche.  And the only thing that holds you  
  back is yourself.  Since dreaming occurs whether you want it to or not, may  
  as well take control of them and have some fun.  
      You should never be frightened of dream content.  No matter how sick,  
  scary, twisted or demented a dream may appear, good lucid dream control  
  techniques can instantly change unwanted dreams into something which  
  gives you a good story to talk about in the morning.  What I can do to  
  help you dream, is offer this course at no charge and no obligation to you.  
  Maybe one day you might help someone else attain the skills you  
  embrace on a nightly basis.  And to me, living in a world of vivid, lucid  
  dreamers who know how to dream sounds fun and cool.  
       Perhaps you have never experienced a precognitive dream.  Maybe you  
  have yet to shared a dream.  These more profound experiences of dreaming  
  also occur regularly, but again lack the missing element which is your waking  
  consciousness.  The more lucid and alert you are in a dream, the more  
  decision making ability you have to choose what is best for you.  There is a  
  secret power to dreaming that I am unloading on you knowingly.  And with  
  this power comes responsibility.   When it unlocks for you, you'll know it.   I  
  want to wake everyone up to this power since is a thoroughgoing process of  
  our evolutionary development.  A necessary fun step that we as a social  
  mass need to embrace.  Creating a network of lucid precognitive dreamers is  
  one of my primary goals.  Until you have a lucid precognitive dream, you'll  
  never truly know what it is I am talking about.  Yet at some level in your  
  deep subconscious, a part of you already knows.   Because a part of you is  
  already active in those areas waiting for your waking self to join in.  The key  
  to any conscious door is you.  Start unlocking and let some air in, closed  
  rooms get kind of musty and dark.  
        Besides, I have a full money back guarantee that if you are not satisfied  
  with dreaming, all you have to do is stop taking an interest in them, and  
  funny enough, they tend to go away until you want to dream again.  But that  
  is like telling your left brain to go take a hike and think somewhere else.  I  
  would love to help you create dreams that are fun, active and a beautiful  
  part of your life if dreams are not already.  It's the least I can attempt to  


        Since we dream in so many unlimited and infinite patterns, I have just  
  grouped dreams into a few common categories which nearly everyone has  
  experienced one of these types of dreams.  


       Any dream that you wake up and have some memory of tend to fall in  
  this category.  These dreams tend to be strange, illogical, or just  
  repetitious.  We have no idea we are dreaming while in them.  They tend to  
  reflect our personal issues, our fantasies and our beliefs.  When we waken,  
  we tend to loose them quickly to the forgetfulness we often let go  
  unquestioned into the dark abyss of the sub-conscious.  
      These dreams are the beginning for any good dreamer.  It's part of this  
  courses focus to work on good dream recall techniques and move  
  progressively towards good dream control.  

       This is a dream where you are alert and conscious, but you don't realize  
  you are dreaming until you wake up.  Typical examples are of waking up,  
  going to the washroom or a normal everyday pattern you follow when you  
  wake up.  Only to wake up again to realize that all that was just a dream.   
  This is where lucid dreaming and semi-conscious dreaming are sharing your  
  waking-consciousness.  If you have these dreams, it's a small step over to  
  lucid dreaming.  


       When we are awake, we associate this with being who we are.  It is the  
  part of us in charge of all the decision making we do in the day.  It is who  
  think we are as an awake human.  But in a dreamstate, our waking  
  consciousness is normally turned off, so all the important faculties such as  
  analytical abilities, logic and questioning tend to be dormant.  But in a lucid  
  dream, you literally walk a door from physical reality into one of pure mental  
  existence.  Your thoughts effortlessly paint the dreamscape and you have    
  full mental faculties as you would if you were awake.  
       Lucid dreaming is probably one of the best forms of dreaming that I can  
  think of.  You extend your conscious existence into a realm where you are  
  the creator.  Your abilities to imagine are increased to quantum levels where  
  the very thought of a building can create architecture unlike anything  
  imagined in our physical world.  This is a place where you discover just how  
  real and unlimited your imagination can be.  The level or quality of the  
  dream is yours to command.  The rules of conduct are yours to decide.   
  Anything imaginable can be expressed in fluid graceful motion in this  
  dreamscape.  It also opens up a great avenue for your curiosity.  Learning  
  can be conducted, you can experiment with your thoughts and beliefs.  
         Create music, art, cities, worlds, universes all in the instant of your own  
  thoughts?  Unimaginable?  Only if you cannot conceive the possibility.  After  
  all, you’re the one now holding the pen.  


       This is where time and space no longer seem to fit any rational logical 
  meaning.  These dreams will put the twist on any logical thinker.   
  Precognition is an ability to know and experience a future event before it  
  ever occurs.  Not everybody has had a precognitive dream that they remeber, 
  but many do.  And déjà vu is the shadow of such colossal events in human  
  consciousness.  A part of you just skipped the time/space continuum to  
  check out what it will be doing in some later date.  
      Seldom controlled, these dreams are spontaneous, faint and ghost like.   
  You may wake up having full memory of them, but that quickly fades.  And  
  in the thoughts that a dream might be precognitive, such clear memory tends  
  not to hold any precognitive value.  These ones from my opinion are the  
  hardest, and most stealthy of the dreams for our consciousness to behold.   
  And for probably a good reason as we probably aren't ready for that  
  knowledge until something in us decides that we are.  
      If you have ever observed your waking state, you'll notice that your body  
  with all of it's senses records your reality and stores this recording into  
  memory as time progresses.  Occasionally for a precognitive dreamer, it is  
  like a record has just skipped and you are playing the same verse over  
  again.  If you remember the dream, and have a clear memory the accuracy  
  can scare you.  These dreams can hold an eerie 100% accuracy down to the  
  finest of details.  Even to the details we think are totally spontaneous like  
  our own inner contemplation and emotions.  
       For example imagine that in a dream you are standing in a park that you  
  have never been before.  An old man wearing a blue jacket with a brown  
  furry collar and yellow-Grey pants walks up to you and asks you if you have  
  the time.  You check your watch and your thoughts remark on the mans  
  jacket.  You check the watch and tell the man it is 12:15pm.  He thanks you  
  and walks off.  You wake up, remember this clearly and let it slip back into  
  the sub-conscious memory banks.  
      Months later, you are on vacation at some city.  You go for a walk in a  
  park to absorb the natural beauty that the city presents.  The very man in  
  your dream walks up as if in perfect timing, and he asks you the time, you  
  respond and tell him it's 12:15pm, but this time you suddenly have a flash  
  of déjà vu.  Something really familiar about that man, the park, the time.   
  You struggle with how you could know this and with some luck, your  
  remember the dream.  It was so clear at the time, and both the memory of  
  the dream and the physical event map over each other like a perfect glove.   
  Coincidence?  I don't think so.  
       For many, this kind of small excerpt is common.  A very brief one or two  
  minute reminder that something more is going on than what you really truly  
  know.  Yet, not something that is totally hidden or alien to your  
  consciousness.  It's something we all naturally do, just some remember  
  better than others.  
       Precognitive dreams can come once in a life time, or in an assault of  
  unrelenting waves.  The fact is, people have them whether they want to or  
  not.  You may be one of these people.  And they are part of the tip of the  
  iceberg for a much deeper spiritual you.  If you have them, that's normal and  
  actually there is nothing to be frightened of.  I find that a lot of people tend  
  to be intimidated by powerful precognitive dreams.  I teach you to embrace  
  them because they embark on a new science which we are slowly  
  unraveling.  And it is important to write down dreams if you yourself want to  
  have more empirical evidence that you are having precognitive dreams.  This  
  will only help you for what comes next.  


       What is a lucid precognitive dream?  If you study dream research, I think 
  I am the only person that I know who is talking about this layer of  
  dreaming.  It's going to shock you, thrill you, mystify you and scare you.   
  The moment you have one of these dreams, it will change you forever.  Not  
  in any physical way, but in a conscious way.  But I only speak from how they 
  have changed me.  They have given me hope that I thought forgotten of  
  myself.  And open a door so large for human growth and potential that I am  
  very excited about teaching this kind of dreaming.  
       Take everything you know about life, thought, reality and yourself.   
  Subtract all the science, belief and knowledge you think you have.  Then just  
  start fresh.  You are awake, alert and you KNOW you are dreaming.  This to  
  you is clear.  It is a lucid dream.  However, this one for all you avid lucid  
  dreamer's out there who may not have had one yet takes you to a new  
  boundary.   I call the precognitive layer the forge of creation.  And you now  
  stand at it.  Don't worry, you've stood here many times, probably too many  
  to count.  This occurs in very deep levels of our sleeping consciousness.   
  And when you are here, you are not alone.  These dreams are moderated by  
  an intelligence far superior to normal waking human intelligence.  More  
  advanced than some space faring alien.  You are a part of that intelligence.   
  And the reality is, you are creating it along side of countless other  
  intelligence's just like you.  Different only they are the man in the park, the  
  bird in the tree, the car driving on the road, the cells in your hands, the  
  molecules in the cell, the fabric of intelligence and consciousness in the  
  universe.  And if you get here, and knowingly stand here consciously it's  
  because something has allowed it.  
       I have accessed this field via two methods:- From a lucid dream, and  
  from a fully conscious out-of-body experience.  When I had my first lucid  
  precognitive dream, I thought it was a shared dream because before I  
  created the dream, I was greeted by a formless being in what I call a  
  endless void.  I was 17 at the time and now well attuned to dreaming, and  
  precognitive dreams.  What was about to happen I never banked on.  
        The being asked me what I wanted to experience in plain, perfect  
  English.  Instead of holding back and asking myself why, I felt something  
  very familiar about this being and this void.  I thought for a second and  
  asked for a very simple, yet love inspired dream.  A 2-dimentional window 
  with a location appeared and I dove through it into a fully 3D tactile lucid  
  dream.  Since I was creating this dream with this intelligence, I treated it  
  like a shared dream and tried to get the full value of the requested  
  experience.  It all formed effortlessly, I returned from the dream to thank  
  what ever "beings" where there and I woke up.  
      I thought about how beautiful the dream was, how nice the people in the  
  dream were.  I thought it was just a game like all the others that I play  
  when dreaming.  A nice story, or nice walk in fantasy park.  But this dream  
  came back to bring full circle which I long denied or though possible.  It  
  came true, in the same natural pattern that my normal precognitive dreams  
  do, but this time I was dual-conscious.  My past and my future just became  
  one.  My dreams and my reality merged and I stood physically awake and  
  dreaming.  It made that song row, row, row your boat take on more than  
  just a childish lullaby.  I could not return to the not-knowing.  I had all the  
  evidence I asked for.  How was it possible that I could dream something and  
  later could that dream come true?  Did I have any say in what I dreamt?  Did  
  what I say have an effect on here?  Did we all do this?  All answered for me  
  in a very clear, perfect demonstration of the power of consciousness, and  
  the power of thought.  
       You might be reading this thinking what the hell I just said.  The answer  
  really was simple, I was experiencing something.  Like we all experience  
  something.  We may not all like what we experience, nor understand it.  But  
  the fact is we exist, and while we exist, we dream.  If you have had  
  precognitive dreams you might relate to this better than those who have  
  not.  And if you have had lucid dreams then the dream control might interest  
  you.  And if you have ever experienced a lucid precognitive dream, let me  
  know as I am starting to find out it's not just me.  Several others have now  
  told me they have had them.   Just a symptom of consciousness evolution?   
  Or are we finally starting to wake up?  

       When your dreaming, it's nice to have company.  Old school thought was  
  when we dreamed, we dreamed alone in some subjective mixture of random  
  chaotic thought spawned by some wild out-of-control subconscious part of  
  us.  But then old school anything tends to not look much deeper than the  
  surface of physical reality.  Dreams are much more complex and much more  
  profound.  A shared dream is where you, and one of your friends or family,  
  perhaps even a stranger meet in a dream, share the same dream content    
  and setting an wake up with enough clear, undistorted memory to verify it  
  with the other party involved.  
      When I first shared a dream, I had no clue that I could.  Actually, until I  
  experienced any of these things, I had no idea.  It was all just another stone  
  that somehow I turned over and the benefits were spectacular.  For the first  
  time in my life, I could look face to face with a friend in the crazy realm of  
  my dreams, and fully know that they were there with me.  I have a close  
  friend to whom we have shared many dreams.  And it is no different that  
  going for coffee here in physical reality with your friend.  You both have your  
  usual objective points, and both have full memory of who you are, where you  
  are, and what you are doing.  Just this time your dreaming.  
       Shared dreams are not limited to just one person, we can have group  
  shared dreams.  And from my research into lucid precognitive dreams, we can  
  share our dreams with an entire universe.  Is there any limit to dreaming?   
  It's like asking infinity if there are any limits.  We have only physical rules  
  which we believe to be true to govern us.  They all break once we dream  
  because our thoughts become the rules.  Something to think about when you  
  ponder the fundamental laws of physics.  Are they just adhering to a random  
  pattern in chaos, or did something with supreme intelligence create them to  
  govern the conduct of an eternal universe?   Whatever it is, it's a naturally  
  occurring phenomena, so much that, it will become more common and  
  mainstream as we evolve.  Or as I prefer to state it, "Wake up.".  


       Actually, I like them, you may not.  Nightmares can scare the living crap  
  out of any of us.  These dreams hold the paralyzing fears we have stored  
  layer after layer in our jumbled consciousness.  To me, they are nothing  
  more than some crazy horror show gone haywire.  It's the realm of demons,  
  monsters, goblins, aliens, freak shows, murder, insanity, darkness.  It's the  
  realm of our deepest human fears struggling with our moral mind as to why  
  we think what we think.  
      Nightmares force us to do two things, fight or flee.  They are patterned  
  after our survival instinct, and contain a warped Hollywood style to them 
  when our hellish  imagination getsthe better of us.  When I have a nightmare, I 
  just change them to something more desirable.  And if they get the better of  
  me, I usually laugh right in them because I know that it's just a silly dream  
  and I can change it at will.  But for my personal investigation into myself,  
  my nightmares reflected just only what I truly feared.  And when I realized  
  that I could exit in such a state as myself untouched by it all, the nightmare  
  was harmless.  Like a painter who got scared of the picture he painted.  We  
  still have control.  
       I like nightmares for one basic fundamental.  They let us know we dream  
  in a very loud and clear way.  We may not like them, and it may detour the  
  timid from expanding forward with conscious exploration of the dreamstate.   
  But if your not easily frightened or intimidated, you can have some real fun  
  with nightmares.  I tend to mimic some of my more earlier role models such  
  as Bug's Bunny's ability to stylishly deal with his vile villains.  And like a  
  villain, a nightmare can be turned into some really funny solution for problem  
  solving.  Nothing can hurt you if you don't let it.  Self-control and discipline  
  in dreaming is like achieving a black belt in karate.  You will now have effective  
  tools to deal with anything you don't want to dream about should you  
  willfully desire to control it.  


  "Mutual Dreaming", by Linda Lane Magallon.  
       This is the first book I have read where that has been a serious look into  
  shared dreams.  Linda Magallon is getting on the right track.  I think she's  
  touching a good nerve in the fact we can share dreams.  The book is one of  
  the very few books that I have read which I feel give you a good look at    
  some of the possibilities.  

  "Seth on Dreams and the Projection of Consciousness", by Jane Roberts.  
       By far one of the best dream books I have read.  Seth is channeled  
  information which I tend to stay clear of, but in this case, I made every  
  exception.  What Jane Roberts reveals with Seth undeniably reflects in my  
  life, and in the lives of others.  It is no coincidence that this book was  
  written, it's a valuable resource for us all.  

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