Tony Stockwell quickly shows you how to master the art of lucid dreaming
Q: “Every night before I sleep, I try my hardest to bring on lucid dreams, but they never seem to happen. Is there anything you can suggest to help me become more receptive to deeper spiritual dreams?”
A: “For thousands of years, we have been fascinated by our dreams. You may not remember a dream, but it doesn’t mean that you did not dream − we all dream.
“Deep, spiritual dreams are happening to you, but it’s just a question of trying to recall them. The majority of visions come to us while we are asleep at night, but many people who are highly sensitive receive these mental impressions quite easily when awake. Often the dream, whether during the day or night, is seen as a method of communication, and the best way to prepare yourself for any form of communication is to be open to what you could receive.
“Do not dismiss your intuition or the random thoughts that come into your head, for these may just be memories of a previous night’s dream. The more open you are, the better chance you will have of being able to invoke the recollection of your visions on demand. Happy dreaming!” – TONY STOCKWELL
Tony Stockwell is a world-renowned psychic at The Arthur Findlay College. He has published a number of books including the uplifting Walking with Angels (£8.99, Hodder). For more information, visit tonystockwell.com