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New York Times best-selling author David Wilcock's next captivating work of nonfiction, exploring new hidden truths about extraterrestrials, channeling your higher self, and ascension.

What happens when a UFO researcher suddenly comes into telepathic contact with the very beings he has been so avidly studying? What happens when tapes of these "readings" begin predicting the future with astonishing precision-and speaking about an incredible upcoming event in which all life in our solar system will undergo a spontaneous transfiguration?

David Wilcock is a master at weaving together cutting-edge alternative science, shocking insider information, and his own personal experiences to reveal stunning truths about humanity, extraterrestrials, and the universe we share. In Awakening in the Dream, David will once again combine his extensive research, the Law of One series, new insider revelations, and his own connection with the divine to bring humanity closer to full disclosure than ever before - as well as help you activate your full potential on the eve of ascension.

A New York Times best-selling author, TV personality, filmmaker, lecturer, and consciousness expert, David is the perfect person to guide readers through the hidden realities of our world. With its myriad information, anecdotes, "Big Picture" comparative analysis, and trustworthy messages channeled directly from the highest-level angelic sources, Awakening in the Dream promises to be his most astounding book yet.

©2020 David Wilcock (P)2020 Recorded Books

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Thankyou David for this heart centered work you do

for all! Your honesty helps myself and everyone seeking the truth! I have already shared with many ! much love Candis from Calgary

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  • Edward
  • 2020-09-20

Constant Self aggrandizing hyperbole

I really can't stand David's narration. It's bad enough he blathers on about himself in ridiculous ways, he then emphasizes words or actions that are completely uneventful. He sounds like a fourteen year old, talking about his girlfriend in college and other retarded pointless memories. There are some good shimmering moments in the book if you can tolerate all the mindless BS in between.

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  • Crabby S.
  • 2020-09-20

A must read. I didn't want it to end.

I first purchased David's book "Source Field Investigations" back in 2011. I used to listen to Art Bell when I worked mid shift back around 1995 to 1998, and became interested in David's work at some point after that. I recently became reacquainted with David's work, as I'm seeking spiritual growth. Unfortunately, due to extreme censorship, I haven't been able to view any of David's recent videos on his website. I'd like to know how I can view these? What I've learned from this book is to be kind, practice service to others, meditate, pay attention to your dreams and the messages they are sending you. Do not buy into the fearful propaganda we are fed on a daily basis. We are on the verge of something spectacular, so the more we raise our consciousness, the faster we can get there! Keep the faith!!☺️

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-09-18

Another outstanding work from David Wilcock!

Finished and went right back to begin again! There is just so much amazing information to take in. All of David's books are outstanding, but this may be my favorite yet!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-10-14

A prime example of our non-physical reality!

Narrated by David himself. Couldnt ask for a more personable book and presentation. Thank you David

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-10-13

Amazing as always

Such a rich source of information. Presented perfectly and clearly. Always an inspiration. Thank you!

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  • jmtk
  • 2020-10-26

Know what it's about before you dive in

This is my first David Wilcock book, and I think I had expectations I wasn't aware of when I started. It's filled with information I love, and he does reference other books, researchers and the like to deepen into the information presented. It feels like an overview of all the research he's done, be it UFO related, Deep State/Cabal/Illuminati etc., disclosure, lucid dreaming, Law of One, ascension, sacred geometry, synchronicity, automatic writing/readings, the great cycles and potential solar flash event, galactic family connections and more. He dives into some very specific details, like the ascension timeline within the Great Pyramid. Wilcock's most human aspect shows in a bit of a self-grandiose way, but we all have our humanity after all. I think he doesn't mean to be that way, but because half the book or so is an autobiography, mostly from his 20's, it tends to read as more as "all about him" than "us" in his experiences. Just before the Conclusion section, I wondered - "Where is he going with this, how is this all put together?", as I tend to see connections in things. Most of the conclusion is about all of his readings and some dreams, and how they came true, and his realization of being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce. I had heard this somewhere before, though not during my own graduate work at Atlantic University (the A.R.E school). He gives a beautiful ending to the book, inspiring, regarding the shift occurring and our role in it to be kind, loving, compassionate and forgiving etc. I think this was what I was hoping from the book in the end, and he ended this way. My bad for not reading the description better? Had I known going in that this was really about his journey into realizing he is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce, which I appreciate his courage for discussing, I think I would have enjoyed the book even more.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-11-19

Unhelpful, tedious and self absorbed

This book has little to no useful information. It is primarily a tedious, self absorbed, self aggrandising, overly dramatic autobiography. The author’s misogyny and racism is very apparent in the problematic language — not for the first time in his work. Someone fire the editor for this cringeworthy writing. The repeated ignorant take on an Irish accent was the nail in the coffin for me.

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  • Jaxx33
  • 2020-11-02

Meh

I listened to the first hour and am about to exchange it. This book is best suited for readers who are on the brink of a journey into questioning existence and reality. For readers at the opposite ends of the spectrum, those skeptical or "more advanced," this text is incoherent and childlike. Furthermore, another reviewer said this book was self-aggrandizing...I completely agree. This is not to say I cannot relate to his early experiences, as I have, but I really did not sign up to listen to his autobiography. It is fine to reference personal experience to support your work's main thrust, but sharing mediocre teenage poetry and creative writing (which he made sure to note was a screenplay-worthy work) was really unnecessary. Overall, I appreciate his enthusiasm for reading his own text, but many other authors and works deal with these subjects in a much more cohesive and less self-inflating manner. Ego, grandiosity, and pride are aspects of the self that most definitely impede spiritual ascension and/or transformation. Unfortunately, he and his editor failed to see the dichotomy between his good intentions and how the content was actualized into written and audio forms.

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  • Andrew Pilkington
  • 2020-10-10

Wow David, one more good release of oneness

Law of One resonates deeply, some of the pyramid time line was a little too much for me, but overall quite impressive.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-11-30

Awesome Book

I love all of David's work and this one didn't disappoint. I can't wait for his next book.