Conscious Mind, Sleeping Brain: Perspectives on Lucid Dreaming

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A conscious mind in a sleeping brain: the title of this book provides a vivid image of the phenomenon of lucid dreaming, in which dreamers are consciously aware that they are dreaming while they seem to be soundly asleep. Lucid dreamers could be said to be awake to their inner worlds while they are asleep to the external world. Of the many questions that this singular phenomenon may raise, two are foremost: What is consciousness? And what is sleep? Although we cannot pro­ vide complete answers to either question here, we can at least explain the sense in which we are using the two terms. We say lucid dreamers are conscious because their subjective reports and behavior indicate that they are explicitly aware of the fact that they are asleep and dreaming; in other words, they are reflectively conscious of themselves. We say lucid dreamers are asleep primarily because they are not in sensory contact with the external world, and also because research shows physiological signs of what is conventionally considered REM sleep. The evidence presented in this book-preliminary as it is-still ought to make it clear that lucid dreaming is an experiential and physiological reality. Whether we should consider it a paradoxical form of sleep or a paradoxical form of waking or something else entirely, it seems too early to tell.

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Descripción Condición: New. Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | Perspectives on Lucid Dreaming | A conscious mind in a sleeping brain: the title of this book provides a vivid image of the phenomenon of lucid dreaming, in which dreamers are consciously aware that they are dreaming while they seem to be soundly asleep. Lucid dreamers could be said to be awake to their inner worlds while they are asleep to the external world. Of the many questions that this singular phenomenon may raise, two are foremost: What is consciousness? And what is sleep? Although we cannot pro vide complete answers to either question here, we can at least explain the sense in which we are using the two terms. We say lucid dreamers are conscious because their subjective reports and behavior indicate that they are explicitly aware of the fact that they are asleep and dreaming; in other words, they are reflectively conscious of themselves. We say lucid dreamers are asleep primarily because they are not in sensory contact with the external world, and also because research shows physiological signs of what is conventionally considered REM sleep. The evidence presented in this book-preliminary as it is-still ought to make it clear that lucid dreaming is an experiential and physiological reality. Whether we should consider it a paradoxical form of sleep or a paradoxical form of waking or something else entirely, it seems too early to tell. | 1 Introduction.- I. Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Lucid Dreaming.- 2 Lucid Dreaming in Western Literature.- 3 Lucid Dreams in Tibetan Buddhism.- The Six Topics of N?rop?.- The Teaching on Lucid Dreams.- Dream Meditation.- Distinguishing Metaphysics from Phenomena.- 4 Lucidity, Sex, and Horror in Senoi Dreamwork.- Aims of This Section.- Gender and Dreams.- Are Senoi Women Oppressed?.- Senoi Notions of Sex and Gender.- Senoi Categories of Altered States of Consciousness.- Dreams.- Familiars.- Gender and Sacred Fluids.- Creative Blood.- Spiritual Powers.- Great Adepts: Lucidity and Transformation.- Summary and Conclusions.- Who Needs Trance?.- Conclusion.- References.- II. Empirical Approaches to the Study of Lucid Dreaming.- 5 From Spontaneous Event to Lucidity: A Review of Attempts to Consciously Control Nocturnal Dreaming.- Methodological Considerations.- Demand Characteristics.- General Situational Effects.- Day Residue.- The Subject's Internal Processes.- The Addition of an Altered State Procedure.- State Changes Resulting from Sleep.- Inquiry Variables.- Analysis Variables.- Controlling Dream Content by Implicit Suggestion.- Overt Presleep Suggestion Studies.- Posthypnotic Control of Dream Content.- Lucid Dreaming.- Why is Dream Control Important?.- Conclusions.- References.- 6 Lucid Dream Induction: An Empirical Evaluation.- Theoretical Framework.- Duality of Thought.- Relationship between the Dual Thought Processes.- Duality of Lucid Dreaming.- Conditions Associated with Lucid Dream Onset.- Presleep and Pre-REM Conditions.- Electrophysiological Variables.- Dream Phenomenology.- Discussion: Lucid Dream Onset.- Lucid-Awareness Training.- Personal Accounts.- Alpha Feedback Training.- Waking Fantasy Training.- Discussion: Lucid-Awareness.- Intention and Suggestion Techniques.- Action-Specific Intention.- Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD).- Posthypnotic Suggestion (PHS).- Discussion: Intention and Suggestion.- Cue "REM-Minding" Techniques.- Tactile Cues.- Auditory Cues.- Discussion: Cue "REM-Minding".- Additional Techniques.- Combined Techniques.- Hypnagogic Lucidity Techniques.- Conclusion.- References.- 7 The Psychophysiology of Lucid Dreaming.- Lucid Dreaming Physiologically Verified.- Physiological Correlates of the Initiation of Lucid Dreams.- The Temporal Distribution of Lucid Dreams.- EEG Activity during REM Lucid Dreams.- NREM Lucid Dreams.- Psychophysiological Relationships during REM Sleep.- References.- 8 Correspondence during Lucid Dreams between Dreamed and Actual Events.- Methods.- Results.- Eye-Movement Signals a. Nº de ref. del artículo: K9781475704259

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Descripción Springer US Jun 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Condición: Neu. Neuware - A conscious mind in a sleeping brain: the title of this book provides a vivid image of the phenomenon of lucid dreaming, in which dreamers are consciously aware that they are dreaming while they seem to be soundly asleep. Lucid dreamers could be said to be awake to their inner worlds while they are asleep to the external world. Of the many questions that this singular phenomenon may raise, two are foremost: What is consciousness And what is sleep Although we cannot pro vide complete answers to either question here, we can at least explain the sense in which we are using the two terms. We say lucid dreamers are conscious because their subjective reports and behavior indicate that they are explicitly aware of the fact that they are asleep and dreaming; in other words, they are reflectively conscious of themselves. We say lucid dreamers are asleep primarily because they are not in sensory contact with the external world, and also because research shows physiological signs of what is conventionally considered REM sleep. The evidence presented in this book-preliminary as it is-still ought to make it clear that lucid dreaming is an experiential and physiological reality. Whether we should consider it a paradoxical form of sleep or a paradoxical form of waking or something else entirely, it seems too early to tell. 468 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. del artículo: 9781475704259

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