I have been lucid dreaming for six years, averaging 5-6 lucid dreams per month. I am a member of the International Association For the Study of Dreams, and a regular contributor to the Lucid Dreaming Experience Magazine, for which I was interviewed by Robert Waggoner in September 2011, only months after I began my lucid dreaming practice.
My dream related books are the non-fiction titles Lucid Dreams and the Holy Spirit, and Beyond Inception: Real Lucid Dreaming Encounters. My most recent work is the historical novel, Dreaming in Egypt-The Story of Asenath and Joseph.
I was born in Havana, Cuba. My family moved to the U.S. when I was eight months old and I grew up in Fairfax, Virginia. Reading, writing and history have been my abiding passions ever since I can remember. In college, I majored in World History, and minored in English Literature and Cultural Anthropology.
My lucid dreaming practice has transformed my life in key ways. For example, when I first began lucid dreaming, I believed in reincarnation, so in my older dreams, I interpret some of my experiences based on this belief, which I no longer hold. However, I have left the dreams, and their accompanying notes, just as I recorded them even though my thinking has since changed and developed.
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