BIOGRAPHY — ABOUT DANIEL LOVE
Daniel Love (born 1976) is one of the world's leading lucid dreaming specialists.
He is the author of the bestselling lucid dreaming guidebook, Are You Dreaming?, and the inventor of multiple popular lucid dreaming techniques.
Love is an English oneirologist, futurist, and author specializing in the teaching and research of lucid dreaming and consciousness exploration.
Love first came to prominence with his invention of the Cycle Adjustment Technique (2006), a lucid dream induction technique utilizing a structured binary-phased sleeping system designed to aid in the induction of a lucid dream.
Love gained notability with his bestselling 2013 book Are You Dreaming?: Exploring Lucid Dreams: A Comprehensive Guide, which set forth a scientifically grounded and rational approach towards lucid dream induction and training.
On April 12th, 2014, Love instigated the first annual International Lucid Dreaming Day, a yearly global event in which lucid dream enthusiasts celebrate and promote the subject.
In 2017, Love performed the world's first virtual reality lucid dream seminar, these VR classes utilized the Microsoft Altspace platform.
Love regularly works as a consultant and presenter for various media organizations around the globe, examples include the BBC Radio 4 documentary The King of Dreams, and Finite Films series Anamnesis.
Through his books, lectures, tuition, and workshops, Love has taught many thousands of students around the globe.
Love is known as an outspoken opponent of those who spread misinformation regarding lucid dreaming or profiteer through the sale of misleading content or products.
Love has been teaching, promoting, and researching lucid dreaming since the 1990s, with various international media and public appearances.
Love, Daniel (2013). Are You Dreaming?: Exploring Lucid Dreams: A Comprehensive Guide. ISBN: 978-0957497702.
Love, Daniel (2016). Studies in Dreams (Annotated): Lucid Dream Classics: Digitally Remastered. ISBN: 978-0957497719
Love, Daniel (2018). Lucid: The Tao of Dreaming. ISBN: 978-0957497740