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Charlie Morley
Charlie Morley

At the age of 25, Buddhist lucid-dreaming teacher Charlie Morley was asked to teach by renowned mindfulness instructor Rob Nairn, who describes him as the most authentic practitioner of lucid-dreaming teaching in Europe. Charlie went on to receive the traditional;authorization to teach from Tibetan meditation master Lama Yeshe Rinpoche. Since then, he has spent five years running retreats and workshops around the world, written the best-selling book Dreams of Awakening, taught courses for the academically verified Mindfulness Association, and given the first-ever talk on lucid dreaming at the well-known TED conferences. Charlie teaches with humor and warmth, believing that we all have the ability to wake up to our true potential!

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How To Heal Through Lucid Dreaming I once met an ME sufferer who told me that she used lucid dreaming for healing. I instantly launched into an excited rant about how discoveries... Comments
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Eat Your Way To Lucid Dreams I teach people lucid dreaming: the art of becoming conscious within their dreams. A lucid dream is one in which you think, Aha! I’m dreaming! while... Comments
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Harness the Hypnagogic for Better Lucid Dreaming One of the most accessible parts of the journey into sleep is found in the hypnagogic – the transitional state of mind that lies between wakefulness... Comments

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Sleep Paralysis: The Scientific Explanation

Lucid dreaming teacher Charlie Morley gives a no-nonsense scientific explanation of sleep paralysis which helps put the myths of demonic possession to

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Lucid Dreaming
Lucid Dreaming

Lucid Dreaming is an exciting new book that explores the 'Why? How? Wow!' of waking up to life by becoming conscious in your dreams.  This book contains: *a host of tips and techniq

Dreams of Awakening
Dreams of Awakening

An exciting exploration of lucid dreaming theory and practice within both Western and Tibetan Buddhist contexts. It not only explores lucid dreaming practices, but also the innovative new techniques o