Beyond the Simulation
This book covers some of the more advanced ideas surrounding dreams and reality and begs the question that reality may be itself a type of dream in deep immersion.
From our perception of time stretching in dreams to what can seem like days, weeks, months even an entire lifetime to glimpses into our future in our deja moments linked to past dreams. This book will challenge you beliefs and ideas regarding reality and your relationship with it.
We are on the frontier of human evolution and our dream world is just as vivid and realistic as our waking world when we make the simple choice to participate in our on going four-to-six dreams we have each night. Don’t miss out on your own dreams, you dream, animals dream, the adventure, experience and freedom that resides in this inner-cosmos of the self is best left to direct personal experience. This book will provide the techniques required to become lucid so you too can be an explorer of your own vast and uncharted inner-universe of dreams.
Buy a copy today, all proceeds are being used to fund a project with my friend and business partner Mike Marable who like me has been lucid dreaming for over 30 years. Our combined 60+ years of lucid dream expertise and experience is being funnelled into a weekly podcast, courses and seminars.
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Here are what some of the most prominant writers and researchers on dreams have to say about the Author:
|“Many years ago, through my research, Ian discovered his past dreams that were linked to future events gave rise to a form of déjà experience that involved precognition. He found out he was not alone. It turned out that many others have déjà vu experiences that derive from precognitive dreams. These are sometimes referred to as “déjà rêvé” which means “already dreamt””
— Dr. Art Funkhouser, C.G. Jung Institute Zurich and Déjà Researcher known for “The frequency of déjà vu (déjà rêvé) and the effects of age, dream recall frequency and personality factors” and his website https://deja-experience-research.org/
|“If you’re looking for a talented explorer of consciousness with lots of experience, Ian Wilson has it. Two decades of lucid dreaming to draw upon coupled with insights and ideas makes for entertaining interviews. Check out the podcasts, and see for yourself.”|
|“Ian Wilson is a true visionary, figuratively and literally. A riveting storyteller, Ian’s decades of lucid dreaming experience have yielded countless mind-blowing anecdotes that should be experienced by anyone with a serious interest in the topic. Ian’s commitment to the scientific method and rigorous research have led him to perform dream experiments that intersect with waking consciousness in astounding ways. Meticulously documenting his dream exploits in language that is wonderfully evocative, yet blessedly down-to-earth, Ian additionally excels in the “how-to” realm: providing expert guidance and easy to follow tips for novices to induce lucid dreaming, and sage advice on how to break through remaining barriers for more experienced dreamers. If you have the opportunity to attend a workshop captained by this Starship Dreamer, by all means, beam up!”
— Richard Long, bestselling author of “The Book of Paul”
|“To boldly go where no man has gone before. That’s the Star Trek motto, and for lucid dreamers it rings true, except their universe is inside of them. An entire galaxy or even universe is inside of everyone, and if you want to explore that realm you need a captain to lead the ship. That makes Ian Wilson our Captain Kirk. He’s a master of navigating the lucid dream, and for anyone that wants to go there, I suggest that you allow Ian to be your captain, too.”|
|“Ian Wilson has spent more than 30 years in the Art of Dreaming which includes his amazing ability to Lucid Dream in detail, and share his Dreaming with Others. In my opinion, as a master dreamer in the realm of Lucid, Precognitive, and Warning Dreams, Ian Wilson is also a master dreamer.”
— Kathleen (Kat) O’Keefe-Kanavos
|“Ian is the most ardent student of lucid dreaming I have met, and we are fortunate that we have access to his work. He’s gone beyond the work of Moss and Laberge in my opinion.”
— Mike Marable, Author of “Why Am I Here: A Handbook For The Human Experience”