The Sun and the Shadow My Experiment With Lucid Dreaming

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    Kenneth Kelzer's The Sun and The Shadow My Experimentation with Lucid Dreaming is actually a very important piece of fact based dream research Considering it was published in 1987 by ARE Press Association for Research and Enlightenment The Edgar Cayce Foundation only places it further on the fringe of essentially unknown yet extremely pertinent efforts towards educating the layman in lucid dream pursuits Essentially a dream journal broken by Jungian infused imagery interpretation and though a somewhat dry read the context of Kelzer discussing how to Lucid Dream and its potential significance is clearly visionary and as prescient now as it would have been in '87 Citing historic Buddhist and Hindu platforms Kelzer makes no fronts upon originality and humbly puts forth for everyday american his idea of how to pursue psycho spiritual enhancement Now some 23 years after its publication we're still living in a society that's reluctant to remember their dreams let alone engage them in a gestative fashion which places The Sun and The Shadow ahead of the curve for its unique importance and also the allure of relative obscurity I fondly remembered the words of Baba Ram Dass from one of his workshops many years ago He said 'The word 'miracle' is merely a cover for our own ignorance' By this he meant that whenever we encounter something new and mysterious in the world something impressive which we do not understand we are likely to label that event as a 'miracle' However once we begin to understand the event we become less likely to consider it a miracle and likely to view it as ordinary The ordinary is that with which we are familiar Once 'miracles' become familiar to us we usually cease to regard them as miracles and begin to view them as normal occurrences Pgs 147 148 Kenneth Kelzer