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Title: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: agaia on August 05, 2009, 12:14:05 AM
Has anyone had any experience with Bradley's Lucid Dreaming CD's?

They are found here: http://www.luciddreamingadventures.com/afl=59434,
and look to be great. They have a wide range of benefits (especially
the "Holiday in a Box") and are not too expensive. Bradley seems to
be an expert on the subject too.

Ed at
http://www.magicalmind.org (http://www.magicalmind.org)


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Telar on August 08, 2009, 01:55:58 PM
I bought myself Flying Adventures (http://www.luciddreamingadventures.com/lucidity/flyingadventure.aspx?afl=56905). Lol, this was weired, the first time I used it I really had an intense flying dream and it was actually fun.
Now Iīm unfortunately not sure how to use it properly. I set that CD on loop and from the third night on it actually rather got on my nerves. Flying Dreams also donīt happen every night. I wonder if I have to set it on loop or if it is enough to fall a sleep with it. One thing for sure it is a wonderfull sleepaid if you donīt put it on loop. I can not remember once that I manged to hear the end. Delivery took about 5 Dayīs. As I life in germany my CD came from France. I donīt now how they set up logistics but cause it came from france I at least did not have to pay tax. Is it worth it yeah I suppose it is for the fun of it and as the agaia said befor its even affordable for smaller pockets.


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: ClaireWileyArt on February 25, 2010, 06:47:25 PM
I ordered the BT LD kit last week and can't wait until I get it.  I have had lucid dreams but it seems like it has become very difficult for me to do.  I hope this kit makes it easy.


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Telar on February 25, 2010, 07:00:39 PM
lol, funny enough, I ordered it also. I hope it delivers what it delivers what it promises (http://www.lucid-dreaming-kit.com/?afl=56905). At least Iīm looking forward to it. I find Lucid Dreams quite enjoyable and wouldīnt mind to have them more often


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: blablabla2 on March 01, 2010, 12:25:43 PM
Anymore reviews on this ?


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: ClaireWileyArt on March 01, 2010, 10:01:58 PM
I stll haven't recieved my package.  I hope it comes soon. I am really excited about it and will let you all if it works for me.


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Telar on March 01, 2010, 10:26:48 PM
mine has arrived yesterday


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Max on August 16, 2010, 01:59:33 AM
So, how is the product working for you?


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Telar on August 16, 2010, 11:26:32 AM
Well right in the first night I had a very weired flying dream it felt so real and kept on for ages till I could not take it anymore and woke up  ;D. But quite frankly, rather soon the music got on my nerves and I realized that I kept switching it off halfway when on my way to falling asleep. And now its just another CD in my CD rack. But that one flyingdream was well worth it.


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: rongabby on September 14, 2010, 05:34:30 PM
Well right in the first night I had a very weired flying dream it felt so real and kept on for ages till I could not take it anymore and woke up  ;D. But quite frankly, rather soon the music got on my nerves and I realized that I kept switching it off halfway when on my way to falling asleep. And now its just another CD in my CD rack. But that one flyingdream was well worth it.
Hi, I am new to the forum. I hope you don't mind me asking this question in this thread.

I have periodic flying dreams, I am usually conscious that I am without clothes at the time.
What is the significance of these dreams? Sometimes it seems  after awhile difficult to stay
aloft, like running out of steam :)


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Telar on September 14, 2010, 06:00:26 PM
hm, flying around naked you dirty little devil  ;D. Actually I never noticed if Iīm wearing anything. and that with staying aloft, I seem to have the same problem, mainly when I become to aware that Iīm flying I usually keep bumping into a fence which ends my flying dream quite abruptly (?) suddenly.

What the significance is of those dreams? I donīt realy know, I just now some of them I enjoy and some of them are scary. Sorry canīt help you with that answer.


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: Sueblue on September 14, 2010, 07:52:54 PM
I've read that the only person who can interpret your dreams is yourself. That is, if they even need interpreting, or whether you're happy just to sit back and watch the show while your brain sorts out the day's memories etc.

I have flying dreams too, not because I listened to any lucid dreaming CDs, but because it's something I gradually learned to do on my own over the years.

When I start flying in a dream, the strangest thing is people's reaction to it. It's not OMG, where are the wires? It's more like - stop that right now!


Title: Re: Bradley Thompson's Lucid Dreaming CDs
Post by: rongabby on September 15, 2010, 12:04:14 AM
I've used Brainwave CD's but I have never used Lucid Dreaming CD's.
I feel the entrainment probably enhances lucid dreams.

The flying dreams seem like a reward or some kind of break from
taking things too seriously.

Most of the time I believe I am being shown what is deep in my
subconscious mind. It seems that the truth is revealed so that I
may make any corrections that may be necessary.

I am not sure but that's the way I have looked at it.