Luminescence in Dreams and Lucid Dreaming
Nigel Hamilton & Robert Waggoner
Experiences of Luminescence in dreaming, experienced over a lengthy period, will be used to explain the subsequent shifts that took place in the dreamer’s consciousness. The impact and significance of these experiences changed their outlook on life and their understanding of the role of dreams.
Luminescent Colours in Lucid Dreams and Visions
The increasing appearance of luminescent colours, particularly green, in dreams leads to dream lucidity, waking visions, and the emergence of a “resurrected inner world.” Such experiences profoundly change our view of dreaming and how physical and psychic healing takes place. Therapeutic applications will be discussed.
Experiencing Light in Lucid Dreams
Experienced lucid dreamers report fascinating encounters with “light.” Sometimes the light appears as a type of communicating awareness to inform or educate the lucid dreamer. Other times, light appears energetically for healing or personal transformation. On occasions when the lucid dreamer completely accepts a dream figure, it often becomes light.
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Robert Waggoner (USA) is the author of the acclaimed book, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (2009), co-author of Lucid Dreaming Plain and Simple (2015), and past president of IASD. A lucid dreamer since 1975, Waggoner co-edits the online magazine, Lucid Dreaming Experience(www.LucidDreamMagazine.com) and speaks internationally on lucid dreaming.
Nigel Hamilton, PhD (United Kingdom), is director of C.C.P.E., a transpersonal psychotherapy training centre and clinic in London, where he lectures and practices as a psychotherapist; co-founder of the Dream Research Institute; and the UK representative for Sufi Order International. He was originally trained as a physicist, working at MIT in Energy Storage Research.