Dreams have always been a source of mystery and interest. They’ve also been associated with a lot of superstitious nonsense and mumbo-jumbo. Interpretations of their meanings, over centuries, have been so diverse, it’s no wonder that only now are we beginning to make sense of them psychologically, as well as parapsychologically.Jung and others paved the way historically, so that with hindsight we could dimly analyse but a few dreams, too late, after they’d happened. Now we can use in-home high tech to monitor them psychotherapeutically, and act in them right in the moment they occur.It could be telepathy, prophecy, clairvoyance, astral travel etc we’re looking for in our dream states (dealt with briefly herein, yet more specifically in the sister book to this). Empoweringly here, we learn to be our own ‘in-dream therapist’ richly transforming self hang-ups.Why should our dark dreams and nightmares haunt us any longer, or even lighter ones puzzle us? They can be understood, questioned, turned around, put right, reasoned with, in all their seeming un-reason.High-tech goggles (lightweight, battery powered) worn as we rest and sleep, detect rapid eye movements (REMs) then signal us, via flashing lights, that we’re lucid dreaming. Then is the magic time for ‘doctoring’!Stuart, the author, a lifetime Psychospiritual Researcher, Psychotherapist and Parapsychologist, illuminates all, letting readers into priceless secrets. Even to programming themselves without high-tech!