Guide to Dreaming

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Welcome to the world of Dreams.
Understand concepts such as mutual, precognitive and lucid dreaming. Learn why dream dictionaries are a bad idea, why you should start interpreting your own dreams, and how to do so. Find out why you should be keeping a dream diary, and how to use one correctly.
Get information on how to prevent nightmares, how to control your dreams, and much more. More
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About Leon De Kock

Leon de Kock is a South African born author of six novels, a novella, one short story collection and the Guide to Dreaming. His recent works include Rituals, Serenity, and the compilation Night is for Nightmares, a collection of five short stories. Leon says he does not write, he perpetrates. This should go a long way towards explaining the darker side of his novels.
His Guide to Dreaming has achieved several five-star ratings.
He currently lives in Gauteng, South Africa, working as a freelance architectural draughtsman. His hobbies include writing, adventure motorbikes, caving and birding. He is also a member of a bat interest group, and very keen on outdoor life.
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Reviews of Guide to Dreaming by Leon De Kock

ballerjuice reviewed on May 21, 2018

It's downright strange that we as people are not in touch with our dreams. How messed up is it that we spend half our life asleep, having dreams but we spend like zero time trying to understand our dreams. Dreams are a mystery worth solving figuring out because, as the author points out, we can control our dreams if we practice. And I am here to tell you that it is true. I have been reading sections of this book over and over for months, and I try to read it right before I go to sleep and right when I wake up. I have reached the point where I can't control my dreams but I can influence my dreams. It's pretty crazy because I've had conversations with people who died a long time ago (in my dreams). I've had some really pleasurable yet really weird sex with several two different women (in my dreams) but I have no idea who they are. I'm wondering if the women I'm romancing in my dreams are asleep at the time and they are controlling their dreams. Is it possible that we are having nocturnal hookups? I know it sounds really weird, but it's true, you can control / influence your dreams, just follow the instructions in this book.
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TexMex reviewed on March 25, 2018

I read this book on my kindle before going to sleep each night, and I have been remembering more and more of my dreams. Many of these ideas work pretty well. Dreams are amazing and I'm surprised they are not a bigger part of our lives.
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PaulS972 reviewed on Feb. 25, 2018

Dreams are so much fun and they are so mysterious. If you have not spend some time trying figure out your dreams you are missing out on one of life's great mysteries. This book is a wonderful guide to enjoying and understanding your dreams. Everyone should read it.
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Malcolm Torres reviewed on Jan. 23, 2018

I enjoyed this book. It is clearly and concisely written. It has many excellent ideas for remembering and influencing your dreams. I have already tried a few and look forward to trying the things the author talks about here. Considering the amount of time we spend sleeping I think it’s a good idea to know more about our dreams, what causes them, how they work and how to influence them.
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