In his new book, author Robert Waggoner argues that lucid dreaming is not only useful, but also simple to learn.
“Different parts of your brain are active when you’re lucid dreaming. For most people, at first, it’s about having fun… but as you get deeper into lucid dreaming, you can use lucid dreaming to resolve nightmares and become consciously aware in your dream. You can also use lucid dreaming to access creativity and to promote emotional and physical health.”
During this Talk of Iowa interview, host Charity Nebbe talks with Waggoner as he shares techniques he’s learned to control his dreams. He’s the author of two books about dreams. His newest publication, Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple, has just been published.