The Master of Lucid Dreams

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Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2001 - Philosophy - 225 pages
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Why don't people heal? Why do they stay wounded--some even driven to suicide by their pain-despite the best that organic and psychological medicine can offer? To find the answers, Russian--born psychiatrist Olga Kharitidi traveled to exotic Samarkand, a major cultural and spiritual crossroads, and ancient capital of Uzbekistan, in the heart of Central Asia.

No stranger to mystical and shamanic experiences, Dr. Kharitidi had already immersed herself in Siberian native traditions of seeing and healing. Now, at the invitation of an emissary from an ancient secret brotherhood, Dr. Kharitidi set out to learn first-hand the secrets of healing deep emotional wounds. As she quickly discovered, to master these methods she would first have to heal herself.

Under the tutelage of the mysterious and charismatic Michael, the master of lucid dreams and protector of esoteric teachings first given millennia ago, Dr. Kharitidi entered another world altogether. There, she saw how our deepest emotional traumas are held in place by baleful spirits and can only be overcome by the technique of dreaming while awake.

A major contribution to experiential psychology and a vivid revelation of little-known ancient teachings, The Master of Lucid Dreams describes a startlingly different and effective approach to inner healing.

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Dr. Kharitidi is a psychiatrist and researcher from Siberia who devotes her life work to understanding the nature of human suffering and finding new ways to become liberated from it. In her private and public work, she teaches people how to recognize the roots of trauma in the depths of unconscious family memory and how to transform it into a powerful resource for healing. She traveled extensively throughout Asia, Europe and North America, learning healing approaches from different cultures about the transformation of trauma. Olga has developed a new system of healing psychological trauma. She is the author ofnbsp;Entering the Circle: Ancient Secrets of Siberian Wisdom Discovered by a Russian Psychiatristnbsp;andnbsp;The Master of Lucid Dreaming.

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