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Lucid Dreaming Leads to Dream Novel

dreambookI met Ken Eagle Feather a couple of years ago on a train. A former Marketing Manager at Hampton Roads Publishing, Ken has published several titles on personal discovery, including A Toltec Path: A User’s Guide to the Teachings of don Juan Matus, Carlos Castaneda, and Other Toltec Seers, Tracking Freedom: A Guide for Personal Evolution, and Traveling with Power: The Exploration and Development of Perception.

This article is about The Dream of Vixen Tor, his first title to delve into “Ihis own personal experience.

“I was dreaming when I wrote this, forgive me if I go astray.”

This opening line to one of Prince’s most popular songs could easily be a disclaimer for Ken Eagle Feather’s 482300415latest book, The Dream of Vixen Tor.

He was dreaming when he wrote it. But he wasn’t sleeping.

He was conducting a seminar on lucid dreaming in Devon, England, when he simultaneously entered a dreaming-awake state, flooded with ideas for his new book.

Written live from within a dream and based on personal experiences in lucid dreaming, it is not surprising he says it also reads like a dream.

181300899Lucid and waking dreamers, he emphasized, are not to be confused with daydreamers. They have complete command of their bodies but dwell in a state of heightened awareness, in a surrounding that has become dream-like.

The rock formation and seminar site, Vixen Tor, apparently evoked this in many of his pupils. “The workshop we were doing and the energy of the land put everybody into a dreaming-awake frame of mind,” he explained. Read more…


Reprinted with permission from Voices of Central Pennsylvania.