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This set of two CDs contains over two hours of material. Unfortunately, there is actually very little methodological content here. The entire first CD, and roughly two-thirds of the second one, is merely pontification from the author. There is a lot of talk about how wonderful dream yoga is, and many stories and anecdotes about what it can do, to the extent that there's not much room left for actual techniques. The technical advice that is included seems to advocate sleep habits that are quite unhealthy in a physical sense.
The content itself seems to be rather amateurishly produced, with long pauses and a rather poor organization of topics. The overall sense I got from listening to this is that Lama Surya Das just likes listening to himself talk. If you're interested in lucid dreaming, you'll make more progress with a different primer. This was a waste of my money and time.
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Surya Das (born Jeffrey Miller in 1950) is an American lama in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. He is a poet, chantmaster, spiritual activist and author of many popular works on Buddhism; a meditation teacher and spokesperson for Buddhism in the West.
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