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Tuesday, 08 February 2022

Lucid Dreaming Experts: Writers

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We are living in an era where digitalisation happened all around the world. The need for studying books remains the same. But today, we used gadgets to read instead of reading directly from books. Now, the writers adopt different styles and techniques to communicate their ideas in words.

Mostly the skilled writers used their words to express their ideas and contributed to the cultural content of the nation. In this article, you will know how the writers contributed to the community via lucid dreaming. You will also introduce popular writers whose lucid dreaming enriches their ideas and writes promising ways to attract their readers.

Are Lucid Dreams Beneficial for the Writers?

Yes, lucid dreams are beneficial for writers. According to the public's desire, writers generate different forms of creative writing and literary arts, e.g. fiction, poetry, stories, screenplays, teleplays, songs, essays, non-fiction writing, reports and news articles. Writers take lucid dreams purposefully and discover new content. Lucid dreaming is a way to impact the creativity of writers in a spick and span manner.

Popular Writers and Expert Lucid Dreamers

Here we discuss some expert writers who used concepts from LD to contribute to their writing.

 

  • Daniel Love

Daniel Love is an internationally recognised lucid dreaming author and researcher as well. He is the author of many books on the topic of lucid dreaming.

He is also the founder of International Lucid Dreaming the Day. He is also the inventor of many lucid dreaming techniques. He has an aim to practice lucid dreaming reality and know the science behind them.

  • William Styron

William Styron was a novelist and essayist and won major awards, and he was also a lucid dreamer. His famous story "Sophie's Choice" in 1979 came to him during a lucid dream. In 1980, the story won the National Book Award and was nominated for the film version in 1982. In 1985, he suffered from serious depression and n 1990, Styron wrote: "Darkness Visible" actually based on awareness of depression and mental disorder.

  • Robert Waggoner

Robert Waggoner is an author, psychologist, speaker and started his career as a lucid dreamer. Since 1975, he has been a lucid dreamer, the former president of the International Association of Dreams, and a co-editor of the online magazine "The Lucid Dreaming Experience".

So he experienced controlling their dreams, gave talks, and further contributed to lucid dreaming research and awareness. He wrote many books on lucid dreaming. Recently, a remarkable book titled: "Lucid dreaming: A gateway to inner self" was also written by R.Waggoner.

  • Charlie Morley

Charlie Morley is a writer, lucid dreaming teacher and renowned LD, expert. He is the co-creator of the book titled "Mindfulness of Dream & Sleep''. He conducts workshops and teaches lucid dreaming, its techniques, and mindfulness to eastern and western people.

 

Conclusions

Lucid dreaming plays an important role in unlocking creativity and aids in the generation of original ideas. Writers use these ideas and concepts to contribute to literary arts.